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How to watch Rugby League World Cup Games 2022 [ RLWC APP ]

One option to watch the Rugby League World Cup (RLWC) games is via the RLWC app. The app gives fans the best opportunity to watch their teams play from October through to November 2022.

The World Cup warm-up between England and Fiji was shown live on the RLWC2021 app and was free to watch, making it the first international game to be shown live on the app. Reports have indicated that this was the largest view they've ever seen since 2017. 

There are hopes for more free games live via the RLWC app. But, most of the games are viewable on a subscription basis.

See the video on how to install the app, sign up and watch the RLWC games live

RLWC app download and features

The new app was updated on the 6th of October 2022. There are over 50,000 installations, including some 230,000 members on the RLWC website.

The RLWC App is the best place for all your World Cup needs with other features including a matching centre with live scores, stats and commentary updates.

It can be downloaded for free from the App Store or the Play Store by searching for RLWC2021.

61 games - men, women and wheelchair tournaments 

One of the biggest international Rugby League tournaments to date is taking place across England this autumn. 

All 61 games from the men, women and wheelchair tournaments will be live on the app.

More on PNG Kumuls here.


Rugby League World Cup 2022 Men’s full fixtures

AEST time

England vs Samoa 15 October 2022

St James’ Park, Newcastle

RLWC Kick off : 2:30 PM


Australia vs Fiji 15 October 2022

Headingley Stadium, Leeds

RLWC Kick off : 7.30 pm

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Scotland vs Italy 16 October 2022

Kingston Park (Newcastle)

RLWC Kick off : 2.30pm


Jamaica v Ireland 16 October 2022

Headingley (Leeds)

RLWC Kick off : 5pm


New Zealand v Lebanon 16 October 2022

Halliwell Jones Stadium (Warrington)

RLWC Kick off : 7:30pm

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France v Greece 17 October 2022

Keepmoat Stadium (Doncaster)

RLWC Kick off : 7:30pm

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Tonga v Papua New Guinea 18 October 2022

Totally Wicked Stadium (St Helens)

RLWC Kick off : 7:30pm  

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Wales v Cook Islands 19 October 2022

Leigh Sports Village (Leigh)

RLWC Kick off : 7:30pm

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Australia v Scotland 21 October 2022

Ricoh Arena (Coventry)

RLWC Kick off : 7:30pm

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Fiji Bati Fiji v Italy 22 October 2022

Kingston Park (Newcastle)

RLWC Kick off : 2:30pm


England v France 22 October 2022

University of Bolton Stadium (Bolton)

RLWC Kick off : 5pm


New Zealand v Jamaica 22 October 2022

MKM Stadium (Hull)

RLWC Kick off : 7:30pm

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Lebanon v Ireland 23 October 2022

Leigh Sports Village (Leigh)

RLWC Kick off : 2:30pm


Samoa v Greece 23 October 2022

Keepmoat Stadium (Doncaster)

RLWC Kick off : 5pm

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Tonga v Wales 24 October 2022

Totally Wicked Stadium (St Helens)

RLWC Kick off : 7:30pm

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Papua New Guinea v Cook Islands 25 October 2022

Halliwell Jones Stadium (Warrington)

RLWC Kick off : 7:30pm

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New Zealand v Ireland 28 October 2022

Headingley (Leeds)

RLWC Kick off : 7:30pm

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England v Greece 29 October 2022

Bramall Lane (Sheffield)

RLWC Kick off : 2:30pm


Fiji v Scotland 29 October 2022

Kingston Park (Newcastle)

RLWC Kick off 5pm


Australia v Italy 29 October 2022

Totally Wicked Stadium (St Helens)

RLWC Kick off 7:30pm

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Lebanon v Jamaica 30 October 2022

Leigh Sports Village (Leigh)

RLWC Kick off 12pm

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Tonga v Cook Islands 30 October 2022

Riverside Stadium (Middlesbrough)

RLWC Kick off 2:30pm


Samoa v France 30 October 2022

Halliwell Jones Stadium (Warrington)

RLWC Kick off 5pm

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Papua New Guinea v Wales 31 October 2022

Keepmoat Stadium (Doncaster)

RLWC Kick off 7:30pm

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  • RLWC Quarter Final 4/5/6 November 2022
  • RLWC Semi Final 11/12 November 2022

Rugby League World Cup Tours PNG Kumuls and British Lions

THE Papua New Guinea Kumuls will compete in two major Rugby League International Federation-sanctioned challenges this year.

WATCH THE RLWC GAMES LIVE ON 2021 RLWC APP


Southern hemisphere general manager Jeremy Edwards was in the country yesterday to present the RLIF calendar highlighting the inaugural Oceania Cup and the British Lions tour, of which the Kumuls will be part.

Competing in the Oceania Cup are Tonga, Samoa, Fiji, PNG, and co-hosts Australia and New Zealand.

Australia, New Zealand and Tonga make up pool A while Samoa, Fiji and PNG occupy Pool B.

Pool A and Pool B will compete for a trophy and shield respectively.

The last-placed nation in pool A will be demoted to pool B and the first-placed side in pool B will be promoted to pool A.

“The exciting thing about this is to see the nations play for something that is meaningful and will start every mid-year,” Edwards said.

The Kumuls' first Oceania Cup fixture is against Samoa in Sydney on June 22 and the second against Fiji in Christchurch, New Zealand, on Nov 9.

The Kumuls as with similar mid-year Tests is set to feature mostly Australian based talent with players from the Hunters and Q-Cup as well as the NRL to be considered.

Head coach Michael Marum, pictured, as well as the PNGRFL, are yet to confirm whether players from the UK will be considered for the June international.

Meanwhile, the Lions tour will be held in New Zealand and PNG, with the Brits playing Tonga on Oct 26, New Zealand on Nov 2 and Nov 9, and the Kumuls in Port Moresby on Nov 16.

The PNG Orchids (women) will also get an opportunity to play an international test against a Pacific All-Stars side on Nov 16.

In attendance to witness the launch were New Zealand Rugby League chief executive Greg Peters, PNG Rugby Football League chairman Sandis Tsaka, Immigration and Border Security Minister Petrus Thomas and PNG Sports Foundation chief executive Peter Tsiamalili Jr.

Tsaka said more international fixtures would improve PNG’s ranking.

Fixtures – Oceania Cup:


Pool A – New Zealand v Tonga (at Mt Smart on June 22), Australia v New Zealand (in Wollongong on Oct 25), Australia v Tonga (at Eden Park on Nov 2);

Pool B – Samoa v PNG (in Sydney on June 22), Fiji v Samoa (at Eden Park on Nov 2), PNG v Fiji (in Christchurch on Nov 9)

Lions Tour:

Lions v Tonga (in Hamilton on Oct 26), Lions v New Zealand (at Eden Park on Nov 2), Lions v New Zealand (in Christchurch on Nov 9), Lions v PNG (in Port Moresby on Nov 16).

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