Japan vs Chile Rugby World Cup

Japan will take Chile today in the Rugby World Cup 2023 Pool D fixture. Chile will make history as they will play their debut match of the tournament, taking place at Stadium de Toulouse.

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Pool D already went underway last night, with England winning by 27-10 against Argentina. Samoa is the other team in this Pool, and five teams will play for two spots in the knockout phases.

Here you can follow the Japan vs Chile Rugby World Cup live stream, date, kick-off time, preview, teams, head-to-head, and how to watch on TV.

  • Rugby World Cup 2023
  • Japan vs. Chile | Pool D
  • Date: Sunday, 10 September 2023
  • Kick-off Time: 12:00 pm BST / 1:00 pm local time / 7:00 am ET
  • Venue: Stadium de Toulouse, France

Japan vs Chile: Teams


Semisi Masirewa; Kotaro Matsushima, Dylan Riley, Ryoto Nakamura, Jone Naikabula; Rikiya Matsuda, Yutaka Nagare; Keita Inagaki, Atsushi Sakate, Jiwon Gu; Jack Cornelsen, Amato Fakatava; Michael Leitch, Kanji Shimokawa, Kazuki Himeno (captain).

Replacements: Shota Horie, Craig Millar, Asaeli Ai Valu, Warner Dearns, Shota Fukui, Naoto Saito, Tomoki Osada, Lomano Lemeki.


Inaki Ayarza; Santiago Videla, Domingo Saavedra, Matias Garafulic, Franco Velarde; Rodrigo Fernandez, Marcelo Torrealba; Javier Carrasco, Diego Escobar, Matias Dittus; Clemente Saavedra, Javier Eissmann; Martín Sigren (captain), Raimundo Martínez, Alfonso Escobar.

Replacements: Augusto Bohme, Salvador Lues, Inaki Gurruchaga, Pablo Huete, Santiago Pedrero, Ignacio Silva, Lukas Carvallo, José Ignacio Larenas.


This will be the first international rugby meeting between Japan and Chile as the fans are eagerly waiting to witness a new rivalry on the world stage.

How to Watch Japan vs Chile Rugby World Cup on TV

The Rugby World Cup Pool D match between Japan and Chile will be available on J Sports and NHK in Japan at 8:00 pm Japan time.

Chile’s debut Rugby World Cup match against Japan will be available on Star+ in Chile.

In the UK, fans can watch this match on ITV1, and the live streaming will be available for free on the ITVX app and website.

Fans can watch the Rugby World Cup matches on NBC in the United States and on Stan Sport in Australia.

Here are the official TV and live-streaming broadcasters of the Rugby World Cup 2023 in different territories.

Country TV Channel Live Stream
USA NBC Peacock, FuboTV, Sling
France TF1, M6, France TV MYTF1
New Zealand Sky Sports NZ, Prime Sky Go
Australia Stan Sport, Nine Stan App, 9Now
South Africa SuperSport DStv App
Argentina TVP, Star+ Star+
Ireland RTE, Virgin Media RTE Player
Japan J Sports, NHK, NTV
Italy Sky Sports, RAI Sky Go

Japan vs Chile Live Stream Free

Today’s Japan vs Chile Rugby World Cup live stream will be available on the ITVX app and website for free in the UK.

Here are the live-streaming options in different territories.

  • UK: ITVX
  • USA: Peacock, FuboTV, Sling Blue
  • New Zealand: Sky Go
  • Australia: Stan App
  • Argentina: Star+


ITVX is the streaming home for all of ITV, meaning fans can enjoy the Rugby World Cup 2023 live stream on ITVX.

You can easily download the app from your app store. You can watch ITVX for free or buy a premium subscription for £5.99 a month or £59.99 a year. ITVX Premium lets you watch ad-free and download shows to your mobile device.


Peacock will provide the live stream of all 48 matches of the Rugby World Cup in the USA.

To access all of the content Peacock offers, you can sign up for a Peacock Premium subscription at $5.99 a month (+tax) or $59.99 per year (+tax).


Cord cutters can watch the Japan vs Chile  RWC match live stream on NBC through FuboTV. The fuboTV pro pack costs $74.99 monthly and offers a 7-day free trial.

Japan Takes on Tournament Debutants Chile in Pool D

Japan will begin their Rugby World Cup campaign today against the tournament debutants Chile. The Brave Blossoms’ recent form has been a concern. They lost to Samoa and Fiji.

Japan made a run to the quarter-finals four years ago in the Rugby World Cup. They will be favorites to get on with a win today.

The South Americans have been knocking on the door for some time, and finally, they have qualified for the biggest stage. Chile cliniced two comeback wins in the qualifying phase against Canada and then the USA.

Chile will look to prove that they shouldn’t be treated lightly.

Golam Muktadir is a passionate sports fan and a dedicated movie buff. He has been writing about both topics for over a decade and has a wealth of knowledge and experience to share with his readers. Muktadir has a degree in journalism and has written for several well-known publications, including Surprise Sports.


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