The Rugby League World Cup will finally get underway this weekend, some 12 months later than initially planned!
England will play host to this year's event, which was pushed back a year due to the effects of the coronavirus. But with 16 nations chomping at the bit to get going, everything is in place for a hard-hitting month of action.
If you're looking to watch all of the action live then you have come to the right place, as we have compiled a list of all of the main broadcasters from across the globe.
Will the Rugby League World Cup be broadcast in the UK?
Yes! The entirety of the tournament will be broadcast in the United Kingdom, with the BBC holding the rights for the men's, women's and wheelchair competitions.
Every single match will be available live via the BBC, with coverage split across BBC One, BBC Two and the BBC iPlayer service.
Coverage begins on Saturday with coverage of the competition's opening fixture between England and Samoa.
Will the Rugby League World Cup be broadcast in Australia?
Yes! Fox League is the leading broadcaster of domestic rugby in Australia, and they have retained their status as the go-to rugby league channel by securing exclusive rights to the 2022 Rugby League World Cup.
Every minute of every game will be available to watch live on Fox League.
Will the Rugby League World Cup be broadcast in New Zealand?
Yes! Those supporting the Kiwis will be able to watch their progress thanks to Spark Sport.
Spark Sport have tied down exclusive rights for New Zealand's matches, with the Kiwis' games set to be shown live on Channel Three and ThreeNow.
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