New Zealand vs Argentina live stream: how to watch Rugby Championship fourth round from anywhere

All Blacks look to turn the tables on the Pumas after shock defeat

New Zealand's Jordie Barrett (R) is tackled by Argentina's Guido Petti
(Image: © Getty Images / MARTY MELVILLE)

The pressure is very much back on under-fire All Blacks head coach Ian Foster as they look to reverse last weekend's shock defeat to Argentina. Having eased the pressure after a string of poor results with a rousing win over South Africa, New Zealand were left stunned after they lost to Argentina on home soil for the first time last Saturday. Expect the All Blacks to make this one personal. Read on as our guide explains how to watch a New Zealand vs Argentina live stream from anywhere in the world.

New Zealand vs Argentina live stream

Date: Saturday, September 3

Kick-off time: 7.05pm NZST / 5.05pm AEST / 9.05am SAST /  8.05am BST / 3.05am ET

Venue: FMG Stadium Waikato, Hamilton, New Zealand 

Global live streams: Stan Sport (Aus) | SuperSport (SA) | Sky Sport (NZ) | Sky Sports (UK) | FloRugby (US)

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Argentina took down the All Blacks 18-25 in Christchurch with winger Emiliano Boffelli kicking 20 points for the visitors. That result moved Michael Cheika's Pumas to the top of the 2022 Rugby Championship and underlined the South American's growing reputation as an international team to now be reckoned with.

Foster has opted to persevere with the All Blacks side that played in the shock defeat, with his starting XV unchanged for this Saturday's Rugby Championship Test. Cheika has meanwhile made four changes to his Argentina team, with lock Guido Petti, back-rower Santiago Grondona, half-back Tomas Cubelli and winger Santiago Cordero all promoted from the bench.

Follow our guide as we explain all the ways to get a New Zealand vs Argentina live stream of the Rugby Championship wherever you are right now.

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How to watch New Zealand vs Argentina in Australia


Rugger fans can watch New Zealand vs Argentina on Stan Sport in Australia, with a subscription costing $10 per month (on top of a $10 Stan sub).

Better still, you can live stream New Zealand vs Argentina for free if you're a new customer, thanks to the 7-day Stan Sport FREE trial. Kick-off is set for 5.05pm AEST on Saturday evening.

If you're outside Australia and want to tune in to Stan Sport, you can use a quality VPN to tap into its coverage from wherever you are.

How to live stream New Zealand vs Argentina from outside your country

If you're outside your country of residence - whether that be the UK or anywhere else - and try to start streaming the rugby via your native broadcaster, you'll soon discover that you can't, as it's location restricted. But there is a way to tune in regardless.

By downloading and installing a VPN, you can effectively trick your computer into thinking that it's back at home. That way you can enjoy your home coverage without having to find an illegal stream - assuming you comply with the broadcaster's fine print, of course - specifically its terms and conditions.

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Using a VPN is as easy as one-two-three...

1. Download and install a VPN - as we say, our top choice is ExpressVPN

2. Connect to the appropriate server location - open the VPN app, hit 'choose location' and select the appropriate location

3. Go to the broadcaster's live stream - so if you're from Australia, just head over to Stan.

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Watch All Blacks vs Argentina live stream in New Zealand


Sky Sport is showing the All Blacks vs Argentina game in New Zealand, with kick-off set for 7.05pm NZST on Saturday evening.

Sky Sport subscribers can live stream the game via the Sky Go service, while cord-cutters and anyone else can try the Sky Sport Now streaming-only platform - where a weekly pass costs just $19.99. The service is showing every Rugby Championship match.

Anyone in New Zealand from abroad or vice-versa can use the VPN route outlined earlier to access their preferred coverage just like they would at home.

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How to watch New Zealand vs Argentina: live stream Rugby Championship in South Africa

via the network's streaming service

Rugby fans looking to watch the New Zealand vs Argentina game in South Africa can tune in via subscription service SuperSport, which is the place to watch every Rugby Championship game.

Kick-off is set for 9.05am SAST on Saturday morning, with coverage starting ten minutes earlier.

And if you're away from your TV for this game, you can also watch the action via the network's streaming service for PC and Mac, as well as via SuperSport's dedicated app.

If you want to catch SuperSport's coverage but are out of the country, you can use a VPN to tune in from anywhere. 

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How to watch New Zealand vs Argentina: live stream Rugby Championship in the UK

Sky Sports

In the UK, live coverage of the New Zealand vs Argentina game comes courtesy of Sky Sports, which is showing all of the Rugby Championship action.

The game starts at 8.05am BST on Saturday morning, with coverage on Sky Sports Arena starting at 7.30am.

Sky subscribers can watch on-the-go or stream on a range of devices with the provider's Sky Go app, which is available on nearly all modern phones, tablets, laptops, PCs and consoles. 

For rugby fans without Sky, the best alternative is the more flexible streaming option, Now TV, where you can buy a Sky Sports membership.

Not in the UK right now? No worries - you can download and install a VPN to port yourself back home to tune in as normal. 

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How to watch New Zealand vs Argentina: live stream Rugby Championship in the US


Dedicated rugby streaming service FloRugby has the broadcast rights to show the New Zealand vs Argentina game in the US. 

Kick-off isn't at the most convenient of times Stateside, with the match set to start at 3.05am ET / 12.05am PT on Friday night / Saturday morning.

FloRugby is the home of all of the Rugby Championship action, and a monthly subscription costs $29.99, with an annual subscription costing $150. 

Both packages give you access to the entire FloSports network, which includes coverage of cycling, motorsport and American Football, all of which can be watched on a range of devices, including iOS, Android, Roku, Fire TV, Chromecast and Apple TV.

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How to watch New Zealand vs Argentina: live stream Rugby Championship in Canada 

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In Canada, you can live stream New Zealand vs Argentina courtesy of TSN, which is showing every Rugby Championship game online.

With kick-off set for 3.05am ET / 12.05am PT on Friday night / Saturday morning, prepare to lose some sleep.

The game is being shown online-only, and the good news is that the TSN Direct streaming service costs just $7.99 a day or (much better value) $19.99 a month and can be purchased by anyone - regardless of whether you have the channel as part of a pay TV package in the country or not.

Having said that, existing subscribers should note they can log-in to watch TSN live streams at no extra charge with details of their provider. 

If you decide to subscribe or already have, remember you can take your favorite sports streaming service with you wherever you go - just try our No. 1 overall rated VPN 100% risk-free for 30-days and follow the instructions above.

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