Watch New Zealand All Blacks vs USA Eagles Live Streaming 2014 End Of Year Rugby Test 01 November Saturday

Watch New Zealand All Blacks vs USA Eagles Live Streaming 2014 End Of Year Rugby November Test Live Online.This Rugby Union match will be kick off at Soldier Field Stadium in Chicago, Illinois,Saturday 01 November 2014 online, Time 14:30 CDT and its broadcast on NBC, Fox Sports 2,Sky Sports.

ALL Blacks vs USA Eagles Live Stream

The All Blacks travel to Chicago to play the USA Eagles at Soldier Field. The match kicks-off 9am in New Zealand.

What: End of Year Tour match – All Blacks vs USA Eagles
When: Kick-off Sunday, November 2 at 9am (NZT)
Where: Soldier Field, Chicago
I can watch it on: Sky Sport

What they did last time:
The All Blacks scored a try on the stroke of fulltime and Colin Slade kicked the conversion in a tense 29-28 win over Australia two weeks ago. The last gasp win followed up a similarly nail-biting 27-25 loss to South Africa.

The Eagles beat Uruguay 30-5 in the Americas Rugby Championship, where they also defeated Canada and lost to Argentina Jaguars – the Argentines’ second team.

What you need to know:
Soldier Field is home to the Chicago Bears NFL team. American rugby fans sold out the stadium a week in advance of the game.

The Eagles played the New Zealand Maori side in November last year, putting on a great show in a 29-19 loss to the Kiwis.

Sonny Bill Williams is expected to play for the All Blacks for the first time since 2012.

High-profile All Blacks including captain Richie McCaw, Aaron Smith, Sam Whitelock and Owen Franks are all expected to be rested.

Dan Carter is finally fit, but could be on the bench in favour of Aaron Cruden who will start his first match in the black jersey since hitting the bottle too hard and missing a team meeting.

Yes, the All Blacks will win handily, but the match is seen as a stepping stone in the USA’s progression from second tier rugby playing nation, to first tier.

Did you know?
New Zealand first played the USA way back in 1913 in Berkeley, California. New Zealand won 51-3.   Their next meeting was an exhibition match in San Diego in 1980, won 53-6 by the Kiwis. The most recent Test match was at the 1991 Rugby World Cup in England where the ABs won 46-6.

The USA has never scored a try against the All Blacks. All points in the three matches played to date have been penalties.

Over 1.4 million people are registered rugby players in America. That’s second only to England in sheer numbers participating.

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Say what:
Steve Hansen spoke to All Blacks TV about sightseeing in America’s third largest city.

“It’s exciting coming to a new place and not many people have been to Chicago. It’s a very sporting town and there’s a lot happening. There’ll be a bit of stargazing I guess, ‘look at that, look at that’ but other than that, it’ll just be another Test match.

“We’re showcasing rugby in the states and our expectations are that we’ve gotta play well and put on something special to try and promote the game, particularly the All Black brand. The States are a big side, they’re certainly not lacking in size and pace and we’ll have to prepare well as we always do and go out and play well.”

Japan vs Maori All Blacks Live Streaming End Of Year November Test Rugby 01 November 2014

Watch Japan vs Maori All Blacks Live Streaming 2014 End Of Year Rugby November Test Live Online.This Rugby Union match will be kick off at Kobe City Misaki Park Stadium in Hyōgo-ku, Kobe, Japan,Saturday 01 November 2014 online, Time 14:05 UTC and its broadcast on JSports1 & NTV BS (Broadcasting Satellite) Channels,Sky Sports.

Japan vs Maori All Blacks Live Stream

The Maori All Blacks left for Japan last night on their two-match tour.

And even with three replacement players for the injured Tasman trio of Shane Christie, Liam Squire and Joe Wheeler, they can whistle up in-form men. Lock Hayden Triggs, for one, was in sterling form for North Harbour.

“We had to make quick decisions and the Crosswell brothers (Nick and Mitch) were playing good rugby, one covering eight and lock and the other six and seven,” said second year coach Colin Cooper.

The original 27-man squad looked light on locks, but Blade Thomson can cover there and should be right for at least the second international against Japan after being a late scratching from the ITM Cup final with a neck issue.

Other men like Auckland flanker Sean Polwart, Manawatu fullback Nehe Milner-Skudder and Tasman three-quarter James Lowe demanded selection with their work over the past two months in the ITM Cup.

“The selection was on the money. Tabs [assistant coach Tabai Matson] got around the country and we met every week, so there are guys in form,” said Cooper.

The All Black selectors had a strong influence on the final selection, and some of these players could be on their radar over the next 12 months. The side looks stacked with attacking talent, so the onus will go on set-piece coach Carl Hoeft to get the tight five up to speed to combat Japan, ranked 11th in the world.

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“The legacy of the Maori All Blacks is a proud record. I think we’ve won 16 [internationals] in a row, so there’s a lot at stake,” Cooper said.

“It’ll be tough against Japan in their backyard.

“They’ve got an outstanding coach (Eddie Jones) and some really quality players.”

The Maori All Blacks have 12 debutants and 11 of the squad which went 2-0 in North America in 2013. Kickoff on Saturday in Kobe is at 6.15pm.

Rugby Namibia vs Germany Live Stream Free 2014 End Of Year November Test Rugby Union

Watch Namibia vs Germany Live Streaming 2014 November Test Rugby Union match.This Match will be kick off at Trustco United Rugby Club, Windhoek,Wednesday 29 October 2014 online, 19:05 EST and its broadcast on Fox Network/Channel 10/Channel 7/Fox Sports/Network 11/Sky Sports.

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The Namibian rugby union team, nicknamed the Welwitschias or Biltongboere, is a professional national rugby team. They are a tier-three nation in the International Rugby Board (IRB) tier system, and have participated in four Rugby World Cup competitions since their first appearance in 1999. They are governed by the Namibia Rugby Union.

Namibia has been playing international rugby since the early 1900s. As well as having competed at the World Cup, Namibia annually competes in the Africa Cup. Until independence, players for Namibia were also eligible to represent South Africa, with Namibian-born Springboks including Jan Ellis and, more recently, Percy Montgomery. As of 29 July 2013 they are ranked 23rd in the world.

Rugby union has been played in Namibia since 1916 when it was introduced by soldiers from South Africa who had invaded the German-run colony. Before Namibia gained its independence in 1990, the team, as South West Africa, played in South Africa’s domestic club competition, the Currie Cup. The team achieved their best result in the 1989 season, where they finished third.

The Namibia Rugby Union was formed in March 1990, and it joined the International Rugby Board in the same month. Independence came too late for Namibia to qualify for Rugby World Cup 1991. Hardened by regular, tough competition in the Currie Cup, the first few years of Namibian rugby union were relatively successful, their highest point being 2–0 home series victories over Ireland and Italy in 1991. That year the Welwitschias won all 10 of their Tests, the others being five victories against Zimbabwe and one against Portugal in Lisbon. One of Namibia’s players, Andre Stoop was signed by English champion rugby league club, Wigan.

Germany is a third-tier Rugby Union playing nation. Germany currently plays at the second level of European rugby but has never managed to qualify for the Rugby World Cup. The national team first played in 1927, with Rugby Union in Germany being administered by the Deutscher Rugby-Verband.

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The German national team regularly competes in the European Nations Cup, the senior men’s rugby tournament for European nations below the Six Nations. Following victory in Division 2A of that tournament in 2007–08, Germany competed in Division One, the top tier of the European Nations Cup, where it suffered defeat in every game and relegation.[1] With the exception of some players who play in France, the German team is still largely an amateur side.

Germany’s greatest achievement in men’s rugby is arguably the silver medal won at the 1900 Olympic Games.

Germanys declared aim was originally to qualify for the 2015 Rugby World Cup in England, but it has since lowered this ambition to the 2019 Rugby World Cup in Japan.

End Of Year November Test Rugby Fixtures

End Of Year November Test Rugby Fixtures

Week 1
29 October 2014
Namibia vs Germany
Time 19:00
Trustco United Rugby Club, Windhoek

01 November 2014
Japan vs Māori All Blacks
14:00 JST (UTC+9)
Noevir Stadium, Kobe
Referee: Luke Pearce (England)

01 November 2014
Barbarians vs Australia
14:30 GMT (UTC+0)
Twickenham, London
Referee: Jaco Peyper (South Africa)

01 November 2014
United States vs New Zealand
14:30 CDT (UTC-05)
Soldier Field, Chicago
Referee: Craig Joubert (South Africa)

02 November 2014
England vs Canada
15:15 GMT (UTC+0)
RFU Championship XV
Sixways Stadium, Worcester
Referee: RFU Appointment (England)

Week 2
04 November 2014
Leicester Tigers England vs Barbarians
19:30 GMT (UTC+0)
Welford Road, Leicester
Referee: RFU Appointment (England)

07 November 2014
Canada vs Namibia
19:00 GMT (UTC+0)
Eirias Park, Colwyn Bay [10][11]
Referee: Stuart Berry (South Africa)

08 November 2014
Japan vs Māori All Blacks
14:00 JST (UTC+9)
Chichibunomiya Rugby Stadium, Tokyo
Referee: Angus Gardner (Australia)

08 November 2014
Hong Kong vs Russia
18:00 HKT (UTC+8)
Kings Park Sports Ground, Hong Kong
Referee: Akihisa Aso (Japan)

8 November 2014
Georgia vs Tonga
17:00 GET (UTC+4)
Mikheil Meskhi Stadium, Tbilisi
Referee: Pascal Gaüzère (France)

08 November 2014
Italy vs Samoa
15:00 CET (UTC+1)
Stadio Cino e Lillo Del Duca, Ascoli Piceno
Referee: Steve Walsh (Australia)

08 November 2014
14:30 GMT (UTC+0)
England vs New Zealand
Twickenham, London
Referee: Nigel Owens (Wales)

08 November 2014
Wales vs Australi
14:30 GMT (UTC+0)
Millennium Stadium, Cardiff
Referee: Craig Joubert (South Africa)

08 November 2014
Romania vs United States
18:30 EET (UTC+2)
Stadionul Arcul de Triumf, Bucharest
Referee: Leighton Hodges (Wales)

08 November 2014
France vs Fiji
17:45 CET (UTC+1)
Stade Vélodrome, Marseille
Referee: Glen Jackson (New Zealand)

08 November 2014
Ireland vs South Africa
17:30 WET (UTC+0)
Aviva Stadium, Dublin
Referee: Romain Poite (France)

08 November 2014
Scotland vs Argentina
17:30 GMT (UTC+0)
BT Murrayfield Stadium, Edinburgh
Referee: Wayne Barnes (England)

Week 3
11 November 2014
Cook Islands vs New Zealand New Zealand Heartland XV
National Stadium, Cook Islands

14 November 2014
French Barbarians France vs Namibia
19:00 CET (UTC+1)
Stade Mayol, Toulon
Referee: Leighton Hodges (Wales)

14 November 2014
Samoa vs Canada
19:00 CET (UTC+1)
Stade de la Rabine, Vannes
Referee: George Clancy (Ireland)

14 November 2014
Cook Islands vs    New Zealand New Zealand Heartland XV
National Stadium, Cook Islands

15 November 2014
Asia Pacific Dragons vs Māori All Blacks
14:30 SST (UTC+8)
New Singapore National Stadium, Singapore
Referee: ARU Appointment (Australia)
Cancelled

15 November 2014
Hong Kong vs Russia
18:00 HKT (UTC+8)
Hong Kong Football Club Stadium, Hong Kong
Referee: Shuhei Kubo (Japan)

15 November 2014
Italy vs Argentina
15:00 CET (UTC+1)
Stadio Luigi Ferraris, Genoa
Referee: Craig Joubert (South Africa)

15 November 2014
Romania vs Japan
16:00 EET (UTC+2)
Stadionul Arcul de Triumf, Bucharest
Referee: JP Doyle (England)

15 November 2014
England vs South Africa
14:30 GMT (UTC+0)
Twickenham, London
Referee: Steve Walsh (Australia)

15 November 2014
Wales vs Fiji
14:30 WET (UTC+0)
Millennium Stadium, Cardiff
Referee: Pascal Gaüzère (France)

15 November 2014
Tonga vs United States
16:45 GMT (UTC+0)
Kingsholm Stadium, Gloucester
Referee: Mike Fraser (New Zealand)

15 November 2014
Scotland vs New Zealand
17:30 GMT (UTC+0)
BT Murrayfield Stadium, Edinburgh
Referee: Romain Poite (France)

15 November 2014
France vs Australia
21:00 CET (UTC+1)
Stade de France, Saint-Denis
Referee: Nigel Owens (Wales)

16 November 2014
Ireland vs Georgia
14:30 WET (UTC+0)
Aviva Stadium, Dublin
Referee: Mathieu Raynal (France)

Week 4
21 November 2014
Fiji vs United States
19:00 CET (UTC+1)
Stade de la Rabine, Vannes
Referee: John Lacey (Ireland)

22 November 2014
Italy vs South Africa
15:00 CET (UTC+1)
Stadio Euganeo, Padua
Referee: Jérôme Garcès (France)

22 November 2014
Brazil vs Uruguay ‘A’
12:15 BRST (UTC-2)
Estádio da Cidadania, Volta Redonda

22 November 2014
Scotland vs Tonga
14:30 GMT (UTC+0)
Rugby Park, Kilmarnock
Referee: JP Doyle (England)

22 November 2014
Portugal vs Namibia
15:00 WET (UTC+0)
Estádio Nacional, Lisbon
Referee: Federico Anselmi (Argentina)

22 November 2014
Ireland vs Australia
16:30 GMT (UTC+0)
Aviva Stadium, Dublin
Referee: Glen Jackson (New Zealand)

22 November 2014
Romania vs Canada
18:30 EET (UTC+2)
Stadionul Arcul de Triumf, Bucharest
Referee: Nick Briant (New Zealand)

22 November 2014
Wales vs New Zealand
17:30 GMT (UTC+0)
Millennium Stadium, Cardiff
Referee: Wayne Barnes (England)

22 November 2014
England vs Samoa
19:00 GMT (UTC+0)
Twickenham, London
Referee: Jaco Peyper (South Africa)

22 November 2014
France vs Argentina
21:00 CET (UTC+1)
Stade de France, Saint-Denis
Referee: George Clancy (Ireland)

23 November 2014
Georgia vs Japan
17:00 GET (UTC+4)
Mikheil Meskhi Stadium, Tbilisi
Referee: Romain Poite (France)

Week 5
29 November 2014
England vs Australia
14:30 GMT (UTC+0)
Twickenham, London
Referee: Jérôme Garcès (France)

29 November 2014
Wales vs South Africa
14:30 GMT (UTC+0)
Millennium Stadium, Cardiff
Referee: John Lacey (Ireland)

29 November 2014
Brazil vs Paraguay
TBA

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Australia Kangaroos vs New Zealand Kiwis Live Streaming Four Nations Rugby League 2014 Saturday 25 October

Watch Australia Kangaroos vs New Zealand Kiwis Live Streaming Four Nations Rugby League 2014 match will be kick off at Suncorp Stadium, Brisbane, Australia,Saturday 25 October 2014 online, 18:30 AEDT and its broadcast on Fox Network/Channel 10/Channel 7/Fox Sports/Network 11/Sky Sports.

Kangaroos vs Kiwis Live Streaming

The Kangaroos host the Kiwis in the Four Nations opener at Suncorp Stadium on Saturday, October 25. The match kicks off at 7.30pm (AEDT).

What: 2014 Four Nations opener
Who: Australia v New Zealand
When: Saturday, October 25 – 7.30pm (AEDT)
Where: Suncorp Stadium
I Can Watch It On: Channel Nine

Australia are missing an entire team of players including Dally M medallist Johnathan Thurston, Billy Slater (shoulder), Darius Boyd (depression), Brett Morris (shoulder), Matt Scott (shoulder), Nate Myles (biceps), Paul Gallen (drugs ban) and James Tamou (neck). NFL hopeful Jarryd Hayne, Justin Hodges, Josh Dugan, Trent Merrin, Will Hopoate and Andrew Fifita are also unavailable for various personal reasons. Five debutants – Aidan Guerra, Daniel Tupou, Aaron Woods, Dylan Walker and Josh Mansour – have been named in Tim Sheens’ squad for their Four Nations opener. Only six players – Greg Bird, Daly Cherry-Evans, Cooper Cronk, Greg Inglis, Corey Parker and skipper Cameron Smith are backing up from the Anzac Test.

New Zealand are boosted by the inclusion of gun Cowboys forward Jason Taumalolo, who will make his Test debut. Five-eighth Kieran Foran returns after missing the Anzac Test to join Shaun Johnson in a formidable halves combination. Penrith youngster Dallin Watene-Zelezniak was also named but has since been ruled out with a broken foot. Gerard Beale is expected to replace DWZ on the wing. Penrith utility Lewis Brown is back in the Kiwi side after a three-year absence.

To see how this new-look Kangaroos team goes. Some of the veterans are still playing but Saturday night is very much a preview to the future for Kangaroos fans. For Kiwis fans, you might just see you team score their first rugby league victory over Australia in four years.

“Obviously the senior players in the squad are not going to be here forever. There comes a time when the new blood comes in and gets a taste of it. This is that moment and they’ve been picked because they’ve been playing great footy at club level all year,” – NSW hooker Robbie Farah on the changing of the guard within the Kangaroos squad.

“I feel like this group has a good balance about it and we’ve certainly trained very well over the last couple of days, so you can feel the combinations starting to come together,” Kiwis coach Stephen Kearney is feeling quietly confident heading in.

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Players List:

Australia: 1. Greg Inglis, 2. Josh Mansour, 3. Michael Jennings, 4. Dylan Walker, 5. Daniel Tupou, 6. Daly Cherry-Evans, 7. Cooper Cronk, 8. Aaron Woods, 9. Cameron Smith (c), 10. Sam Thaiday, 11. Beau Scott, 12. Ryan Hoffman, 13. Greg Bird.

Interchange: 14. Robbie Farah, 15. Aidan Guerra, 16. Josh Papalii, 17. Corey Parker, 18. Boyd Cordner, 19. David Klemmer, 20. Sione Mata’utia (three to be omitted).

New Zealand: 1-Peta Hiku, 2-Jason Nightingale, 3-Shaun Kenny-Dowall, 4-Dean Whare, 5-Dallin Watene-Zelezniak, 6-Kieran Foran, 7-Shaun Johnson, 8-Jesse Bromwich, 9-Thomas Leuluai, 10-Adam Blair, 11-Simon Mannering (captain), 12-Kevin Proctor, 13-Jason Taumalolo

Interchange: 14-Lewis Brown, 15-Greg Eastwood, 16-Martin Taupau, 17-Tohu Harris, 18-Suaia Matagi (one to be omitted).

Rugby England vs Samoa Live Streaming 2014 Four Nations Rugby League Live Online 25 October Saturday

Watch England vs Samoa Live Streaming Four Nations Rugby League 2014 match will be kick off at Suncorp Stadium, Brisbane, Australia,Saturday 25 October 2014 online, 16:30 AEDT and its broadcast on Fox Network/Channel 10/Channel 7/Fox Sports/Network 11/Sky Sports.

England vs Samoa Live Stream

The Four Nations kicks off this weekend, with England beginning their campaign against Matt Parish’s Samoa side in Brisbane. With the game kicking off in the early hours of the morning in the UK, it promises to be an early morning for Rugby League fans all across the country, as they cheer England on to an opening weekend win.

And TotalRL TV have been looking over England’s chances of success in the tournament, starting with the opening encounter against the Samoans this Saturday. Here, League Express editor Martyn Sadler and reporter Aaron Bower discuss the team Steve McNamara has chosen to field for the game, as well as all the big talking points surrounding the opener.

England play Samoa in the first game of the Four Nations double header at Suncorp Stadium on Saturday, October 25. The match kicks off at 5pm (AEDT).

What: 2014 Four Nations opener
Who: England v Samoa
When: Saturday, October 25 – 5pm (AEDT)
Where: Suncorp Stadium
I Can Watch It On: Channel Nine

“We have four players in the squad making debut. They are ready. They’ve been in our system for a long time. All four have been in great form during the Super League season. There is a slight evolution to the squad this year with some new faces on show. The debutants are exciting and they can prove themselves on the international stage,” – England coach Steve McNamara.

“They are professional athletes and they knew we were training the next day. You’ve got to turn up in an appropriate condition to train. Personally I’m very (disappointed) but that’s what rugby league is about. You get your ups and downs you’ve got to move on. You can’t change what’s happened. It’s how you react to it,” – Samoa coach Matt Parish not happy with players who got on the booze last week.

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Players List:

England: Sam Tomkins, 2. Josh Charnley, 3. Kallum Watkins, 4. Michael Shenton, 5. Ryan Hall, 6. Gareth Widdop, 7. Matty Smith, 8. George Burgess, 9. Josh Hodgson, 10. James Graham (c) 11. Liam Farrell, 12. Joel Tomkins, 13. Joe Westerman.

Interchange: 14. Daryl Clark, 15. Brett Ferres, 16. Tom Burgess, 17. Chris Hill.

Samoa: 1. Tim Simona, 2. Antonio Winterstein, 3. Ricky Leutele, 4. Joey Leilua, 5. Daniel Vidot, 6. Ben Roberts, 7. Kyle Stanley, 8. Sam Tagaetese, 9. Michael Sio, 10. David Fa’alogo, 11. Frank Pritchard, 12. Leeson Ah Mau, 13. Josh McGuire.

Interchange: 14. Pita Godinet, 15. Jesse Sene-Lefao, 16. Isaac Liu, 17. Mose Masoe, 18. Dunamis Lui (one to be omitted).