What time and on which channel do you watch the final match between New Zealand and South Africa?

What time and on which channel do you watch the final match between New Zealand and South Africa?

South Africa, which won over England at the end of the thriller (15-16), qualified for the 2023 World Cup final and will try to retain its title on Saturday against New Zealand. A follow-up interview live and in full on Europe 1, and broadcast on TF1.

A history-making finale. For the first time since the Rugby World Cup was established in 1987, any country will become a four-time world champion. New Zealand, world champions in 1987, 2011 and 2015, qualified for the final of the 2023 edition in France after defeating Argentina (6-44) in a one-sided match. For its part, South Africa, also the world champion three times (1995, 2007, 2019), won the semi-final over England (15-16).

A history-making finale

The two teams have previously faced each other once in a World Cup final, and that was in 1995 in South Africa. The locals won 15 to 12 under the watchful eye of their president, Nelson Mandela. For the Blacks, this final is the perfect event for revenge after their historic defeat to the Bucs last August during a preparatory match (35-7).

New Zealand – South Africa

Saturday evening from 8pm on Europe 1, and from 8:40pm on TF1

To experience this final, rugby fans will be able to tune in on Europe 1 from 8pm for the preliminary match presented by Jacques Vendreau. The meeting will be followed live and in full before debriefing until 11 p.m. On the television side, TF1 will broadcast the match at 8:40 p.m. The match, refereed by Wayne Barnes, will start at nine o’clock in the evening.

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