Three to host free-to-air women’s rugby world cup matches

Daniel Dunkley
Thu, 21 Apr 2022

People can catch the Black Ferns free-to-air on Three. (Image: Getty)
People can catch the Black Ferns free-to-air on Three. (Image: Getty)
Daniel Dunkley
Thu, 21 Apr 2022
Three has won the rights to broadcast free-to-air games at this year’s women’s rugby world cup in New Zealand.The station, owned by US giant Warner Bros Discovery, will broadcast eight matches from the prestigious tournament, which will be held in Auckland and Whangārei from October.The US multimedia group has struck a deal with Spark Sport, the primary broadcaster of the world cup. Spark will broadcast every game live and on-demand.The partnership is the first major agreement struck by Warner Bros Discovery in NZ since Discovery&rs...

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