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Wales vs France quarter-final live stream, TV guide: How to watch the Rugby World Cup online or on TV

Wales are the defending Six Nations champions. (ADRIAN DENNIS/AFP/Getty Images)
20th October, 2019

An old European rivalry reignites at the 2019 Rugby World Cup, as Wales tackle France in the quarter-finals. Here is The Roar’s ultimate guide to live streaming the quarter-final, or watching it on TV.

Wales enter this game as strong favourites after topping Group D comfortably. They defeated France 24-19 in their earlier meeting this year.

How to watch Wales vs France on TV
For this quarter-final, there will be two ways to watch the game on TV.

Fox Sports have had live coverage of every Rugby World Cup match so far this tournament, and this game is no exception. Fox Sports 503 will have pre-game coverage commencing at 5:30pm (AEDT), before kick-off takes place at 6:15pm. Their coverage continues right up until the end of the game and will flow right into the Japan vs South African quarter-final later that night.

However, you will need valid Foxtel TV subscription – with the sports package included – to access Fox Sports.

Luckily, there is also a free-to-air option for this quarter-final. Channel Ten have coverage of select quarter-finals and this is one of them. Check your local listings for details, however, as the game has been pushed to 10Boss (formerly known as One) in many areas.

How to watch live stream Wales vs France online
You’ve got a handful of options available to you if you’d prefer to live stream this match.

The best option is easily Kayo Sports, who have access to all Fox Sports’ TV content. You can stream the game – or even catch an on-demand replay – through Kayo. The service does charge a $25-per-month subscription, but you may be able to sign up for a free trial depending on availability.

Other options including Foxtel’s streaming services. Foxtel Now is similar to Kayo, but it lets you stream all Foxtel content – charging various subscription fees based on your package. If you already have a valid Foxtel TV subscription but would rather stream the game, you can use the Foxtel App.


TenPlay is the free option, which will let you stream Ten’s coverage of the quarter-final. However, you will need to sign up with a valid email address to access the free stream.

As always, The Roar will have you covered with live scores, blog and highlights of all the action.