The Women’s Rugby World Cup starts tomorrow in New Zealand, and for the first time, ITV will air all of the games live on either ITV or ITV4.
Full transmissions of the games will be available shortly after the live event on ITV Hub.
As well as that, Welsh channel S4C will also cover each of Wales’ matches and match highlights are all found on the ITV Rugby YouTube channel.
The ITV commentary line-up is composed of Nick Mullins, Johnnie Hammond, Nick Heath and Claire Thomas.
Alongside them are co-commentators former England captain Catherine Spencer, former Wales captain Rachel Taylor, ex-Scottish prop Heather Lockhart and ex-England international Topsy Ojo.
Live reporters in New Zealand are Rachel Burford and Laura Jane Jones.
Back in the studio, the host is Jill Douglas, accompanied by England legend Maggie Alphonsi, former England fullback Nolli Waterman, ex-international prop David Flatman, former Wales captain Phillipa Tuttiett and former Scotland international Deborah McCormack.
What is the schedule for the Rugby World Cup?
All times are listed at BST
First pool matches
Saturday 8 October
South Africa v France on ITV4 at 2:15am
Fiji v England on ITV at 4:45am
Australia v New Zealand on ITV4 at 7:15am
Sunday 9 October
USA v Italy on ITV4 at 0:45am
Japan v Canada on ITV4 at 3:15am
Wales v Scotland on ITV & S4C at 5:45am
Second pool matches
Saturday 15 October
Scotland v Australia on ITV at 3:00am
USA v Japan on ITV at 5:30am
France v England on ITV at 8:00am
Sunday 16 October
Italy v Canada on ITV4 at 0:45am
Wales v New Zealand on ITV & S4C at 3:15am
Fiji v South Africa on ITV4n at 5:45am
Third pool matches
Saturday 22 October
Australia v Wales on ITV & S4C at 2:15am
New Zealand v Scotland on ITV at 4:45am
France v Fiji on ITV4 at 7:15am
Sunday 23 October
Japan v Italy on ITV4 at 0:45am
Canada v USA on ITV4 at 3:15am
England v South Africa on ITV at 5:45am
Quarter-finals – channels TBC
Saturday 29 October
Quarter-final one – 4:30am
Quarter-final two – 7:30am
Sunday 30 October
Quarter-final three – 1:30am
Quarter-final four – 3:30am
Semi-finals – channels TBC
Saturday 5 November
Semi-final one – 3:30am
Semi-final two – 6:30am
Finals – channels TBC
Saturday 12 November
Bronze final – 3:30am
Final – 6:30am
More coverage for the Rugby World Cup can be found here.
Featured image via World Rugby