Welcome to my Rugby Blog,

My Rugby Blog

Thanks for visiting my Rugby Blog.
With the 2019 Japan Rugby World Cup upon us much of this blog will reflect the RWC and develop into other areas of rugby like the Six Nations and Lions Tour in time to come. Hope you enjoy.

Logo; By Jamie King Media, Wales UK

RWC UK KO Times 2019

UK RWC Kick off times

Find all UK time zone RWC kick off times for all matches in the 2019 Rugby World Cup.

View RWC UK Times

Picture; Photo by James Giddins on Unsplash

RWC Desktop Wallpaper Download - UK Times

RWC Desktop Wallpaper Download with UK Times

Download our Rugby World Cup desktop wallpaper background that features all UK kick off times, and ITV channel listings in this RWC2019 desktop match fixtures schedule, free to download in a size to suit your device.

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Design by Jamie King Media

RWC TV Coverage for the UK

Webb Ellis Cup

Wondering what channels you can watch the Rugby World Cup on from the UK? I've got a list for that;

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Hi there! This website is a rugby enthusiasts personal blog, mainly about rugby union across the world and the high profile rugby union events like the Rugby World Cup, Six Nations, British and Irish Lions Tours and The Rugby Championship. It is intended to be a bit-of-fun, free expression and shouldn't be taken too seriously. All and any opinions are my own and don't represent third parties or third party organisations.

With that dull and boring statement out of the way, I am a great fan of Rugby Union and wanted to create my own portal of rugby information for others to enjoy. I am based in the UK and a website designer by trade.

The idea started back in 2011, when New Zealand hosted the Rugby World Cup. Due to the time differences between the UK and New Zeland I found myself googling what time kick off was and what the UK conversion of that time was. Eventually I created my own poster with UK kick off times on, instead of the New Zealand times. I then took the idea a bit further and converted times for other countries like France, Italy, USA, South Africa etc. I put the posters on the web for people to download, just in-case someone might find it useful. To my surprise the posters were downloaded thousands of times right across the world during the 2011 tournament. Come 2015 I repeated the process in web page format and provided kick off times for many countries participating in the RWC. Again I received large numbers of visitors, with some few hundred browsing my website in the hour before the start of the 2015 Rugby World Cup.

I hope to build this rugby blog to become a useful portal of information when the major rugby union events arise, so I hope you enjoy it.

This blog is an enthusiasts personal project by jamieking.co.uk, any opinions expressed within this blog are those of the author.