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France vs Fiji Rugby Live Stream
|Autumn Nations Cup||France vs Fiji | FRA v FIJI|
|Date||15 November 2020|
|Kick-off||12:45pm (UK & Ireland Time)|
|TV Coverage||Live on Amazon Prime Video|
France will take on Fiji at the Stade Geoffroy Guichard in Saint-Étienne on Sunday 15th November during the first round of the new Autumn Nations Cup tournament.
Fiji recorded their first victory over France when they beat Les Bleus 21-14 in Paris during the 2018 autumn internationals.
France and Fiji have contested a total of 10 rugby test matches since their first meeting in 1964. France have won nine of those matches, whilst Fiji have only managed the one win.
France will take on Fiji at an as-yet undecided venue on Saturday 15 November during the 1st round of the new Autumn Nations Cup tournament.
live Rugby match between France and Fiji with Eurosport. The match starts at 12:45 on 15 November 2020.
How to watch Flying Fijians Fiji vs France Rugby Game in New Zealand
There’s no free way to watch France vs Fiji Rugby in New Zealand – Sky Sports has the Autumn Nations Cup live coverage including today’s big match. For those without a subscription, free-to-air Prime will have delayed coverage of today’s game.
If you’re looking to stream Flying Fijians vs France Rugby coverage live to your mobile device, Sky Go is the service you need.
Rugby Fiji France Live Streaming TV lists
Where should you go to watch Fiji vs France Rugby Game? We’ve listed regional providers below.
- United Kingdom – Available on Sky Sports
- United States – Available on ESPN+
- Australia – Available on Fox Sports
- Canada – Available on CBC (FREE)
- France – Available on Canal+
- New Zealand – Available on Sky Sport (NZ)
- South Africa – Available on SuperSport
There are two ways to watch France vs Fiji Rugby match online.
Foxtel subscribers can stream the clash through the Foxtel App. The app is free to download, but only if you have a valid account.
If you are not a Foxtel customer, you can still tune into the game through Foxtel Now. This is a paid streaming-only service, with subscription packages available for purchase.
Autumn Nations Cup
13 November: Ireland v Wales (Aviva Stadium) – 19:00 (UK time)
14 November: Italy v Scotland (TBC) – 12:45
14 November: England v Georgia (Twickenham) – 15:00
15 November: France v Fiji (TBC) – TBC
21 November: Italy v Fiji (TBC) – 12:45
21 November: England v Ireland (Twickenham) – 15:00
21 November: Wales v Georgia (TBC) – 17:15
22 November: Scotland v France (Murrayfield) – 15:00
28 November: Scotland v Fiji (Murrayfield) – 13:45
28 November: Wales v England (TBC) – 16:00
28 November: France v Italy (Stade de France) – 20:00
29 November: Ireland v Georgia (Aviva Stadium) – 14:00
5 December: Georgia v TBC (Murrayfield) – 12:00
5 December: Ireland v TBC (Aviva Stadium) – 14:15
5 December: Wales v TBC (TBC) – 16:45
6 December: England v TBC (Twickenham) – 14:00
Rugby is an Olympic contact team sport in which the goal is to perform effective actions, namely hitting the opponent’s goal or bringing the ball into the opponent’s end zone. Unlike football, touching the ball with the hands is allowed in rugby.
Global regulation of rugby is carried out by the International Rugby Board (IRB), the headquarters of the organization is located in Dublin.
A modern rugby match was first held in the English city of Rugby in 1823 (hence the name). In the International Amateur Rugby Federation FIRA, founded in 1934. In the program of the Olympic Games 1900, 1908, 1920-1924. FIRA Cup (unofficial world championship) – since 1960. A variety of rugby – rugby 7 – was included as an demonstration sport in the program of the Sydney Olympics (2000).
The Five Nations Tournament is a rugby competition between England, Scotland, Ireland, Wales and France. Established in 1910, revived in 1947 after World War II. Held in England.
The World Cup for national teams was approved by the Congress of International Rugby Federations in 1986. In 1987 (Australia) – the winner is New Zealand; 1991 (Ireland) – winner Australia; 1995 (South Africa) – winner of South Africa; 1999 (Great Britain, France) – winner Australia.
The history of the emergence and development of rugby
Webb Ellis is considered to be the ancestor of rugby, being a student of one of the schools in the city of Rugby (England), during a football match he grabbed the ball with his hands and rushed to the opponent’s end zone. At that time, there were several varieties of football, and the rules of that match allowed touching the ball with the hand, but moving with the ball was not allowed. It is worth noting that this hypothesis has no evidence, but it is rooted in rugby culture, and Webb Ellis has become one of the symbols of the game.
In 1845, the first attempt was made by students to formulate the rules of rugby, and in 1848, students at Cambridge University issued their own set of rules, which began to be used as a regulation for subsequent matches.
In 1863, the first rugby club “Blackheath” (Blackheath) appeared; it consisted of members of the English Football Association and everyone could join it. In 1871 the Rugby Union of England was formed. The game itself at that time was called “Rugby Football”.
At the end of the 19th century, a split occurred in the English rugby community. This came as some clubs in the northern part of the country were actively pursuing their right to pay players cash compensation, as many players were forced to miss work due to matches. While the game had an amateur status, and, therefore, no payments could be made. The result of the confrontation was the exit of some teams from the union, their modification of the rules of rugby and the formation on this basis of a new game – rugby league.
On March 27, 1871, the first internationally recognized match took place between England and Scotland. Later, their teams appeared in Ireland and Wales, and with them the Home Nations Cup appeared. In 1888 the British Isles team visited Australia and New Zealand.
In 1886, the International Rugby Board (IRB) was created, which became truly global only towards the end of the 20th century.
Since 1905, a number of tours have been held by the strongest rugby teams in the United States and European countries. Since 1987, the Rugby World Cups have started, and the geography of the game has expanded significantly. The team from New Zealand became the first winner of the world championship.
In 1995, it was decided to give rugby a “free” status and abolish restrictions on the wages of athletes.
Rugby rules (briefly)
Let’s talk briefly about the rules of rugby. A rugby match consists of two halves of 40 minutes each with a break of 5-10 minutes. After the break, the teams must change goals. If at the end of the match the score is equal, then extra time is assigned – 2 halves of 10 minutes.
From each team, 15 people simultaneously act on the field, of which 8 are attackers and 7 defenders. Based on the results of the draw, the team that will put the ball into play first is determined. The ball is put into play with a kick. Points in rugby are awarded for performing effective actions:
- Try – 5 points, which are awarded after the player of the attacking team brings the ball into the end zone. The player who brought the ball into the end zone must necessarily touch the ground with it.
- Penalty try – 5 points, which are awarded if the attempt failed due to rough play by the opponent. Penalty try is counted as brought in the center of the gate, which makes it easy to implement it.
- Implementation – 2 points, which are awarded after the ball hits the opponent’s goal. The ball must pass between the two posts over the crossbar. The opportunity to execute the implementation is given after the successful implementation of the attempt.
- Free kick – 3 points. For some violations of the rules, the match referee may award a penalty kick. The blow is made from the place of violation of the rules.
- Drop goal – 3 points awarded for a field goal, the player must drop the ball on the field and kick it after touching the ground – hand shots are not allowed.
The winner of a rugby match is the team with more points than the opponent.
The rules of the game do not allow forward play. In other words, most of the actions that result in the ball being passed to a player closer to the opponent’s end zone are prohibited. In addition, it is prohibited:
- a player running after the ball to attack or push other players;
- an offside player to intentionally interfere with a player in possession of the ball;
- any player in possession of the ball after it has left the scrimmage, ruck, maul or lineout to try to force his way through the forward teammates;
- strike an opponent with a hand;
- cling from behind or kick the legs of an opponent, trip him or step on a lying opponent;
- attack or block an opponent who has just kicked the ball and is not running after the ball;
- hold, push, attack, block or tackle an opponent who is not in possession of the ball, except in a ruck, maul or scrum.
Rugby playing field
The rugby field is rectangular in shape with dimensions of 100 meters by 70 meters (144 by 70 including end zones) and grass. The field markings include several lines parallel to the goal lines, of particular importance are the center line and lines at a distance of 22 meters.
Rugby goals are H-shaped and consist of two vertical posts, located at a distance of 5.6 meters from each other, and a crossbar, which is located at a height of 3 meters from the ground.
- The rugby ball has the shape of an elongated ellipsoid and is made of leather or synthetic materials. As a rule, the surface of the ball is coated with a special compound that repels dirt. The length of the ball along the line is 280–300 mm, the longitudinal circumference is 740–770 mm, the transverse circumference is 580–620 mm, and the weight is 410–460 grams. T-shirt and shorts. Studded boots. Protective equipment: knee pads, elbow pads, fingerless gloves, shin guards, shoulder pads, mouth guard, helmet.
- T-shirt and shorts.
- Studded boots.
- Protective equipment: knee pads, elbow pads, fingerless gloves, shin guards, shoulder pads, mouth guard, helmet.
All items of equipment must comply (be marked) with the International Rugby Federation standard. Players in “non-standard” equipment are not allowed to the match.
The refereeing board in rugby consists of the chief referee and his two assistants. At high-level matches, there is a video referee who communicates with the referee by radio. The referee has the right to issue red or yellow cards for violations. A red card leads to a permanent removal from the field, and a yellow one to a temporary one.
The World Cup is the most prestigious rugby championship held every four years. The Six Nations Cup is an annual international rugby competition held among the six strongest teams in Europe: England, Ireland, Italy, Wales, France and Scotland.
The Rugby Championship is an annual rugby tournament in which the four strongest teams in the Southern Hemisphere participate: Australia, Argentina, New Zealand and South Africa.