Where to Watch Munster vs Crusaders Rugby game today New Zealand & UK, Ireland TV listing

Here is our full guide to 2024 Munster vs Crusaders Rugby live streaming watch Clash of Champions Rugby on TV. Following their match Crusaders against Munster in Limerick or Cork on February 3, the Crusaders Rugby will play the English team Bristol Bears on February 9 – Television, Radio and Online. Crusaders vs Munster & Super Rugby Pacific season is here!

Munster vs Crusaders

Munster vs Crusaders Rugby will square off in the famous ‘Clash of Champions’ next February at Páirc Uí Chaoimh, the team has revealed. The Crusaders Rugby will play English team Bristol on February 9 after taking on Munster in Limerick or Cork on February 3.  All the action Crusaders game today in New Zealand.

the Crusaders are a professional rugby union team from New Zealand that plays in the Super Rugby league. With 12 titles under their belt plus two regionalized titles in 2020 and 2021, they are the most successful team in the competition’s history.

Munster vs Crusaders: Date and Time

This Munster vs Crusaders Rugby will take place on February 3. It will be held at the Páirc Uí Chaoimh as part of Clash of Champions. The URC United Rugby Championship and the current Super Rugby winners will play them other for the first time ever in this encounter.

  • Date: Saturday, February 3
  • Start time: TBA.
  • Main event ring walks (approx): TBA

Timings for this event have not been confirmed at the time of writing.

Crusaders Super Rugby Fixtures & Schedule

Saturday, February 3, 2024

Munster Rugby v Crusaders, Venue TBC, 5pm;

Friday February 9, 2024

Bristol Bears v Crusaders, Ashton Gate, 7.30pm;

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Crusaders vs Munster Match Preview

In 2024, Munster Rugby, the United Rugby Champions, will likely carry on their custom of hosting visiting teams in the province. The renowned Irish regional team will now take on Super Rugby heavyweights the Crusaders, having already vanquished the All Blacks, South Africa, and the Wallabies.

After winning Super Rugby for the seventh time in a row over the weekend, the Crusaders will be hoping to make a statement against the dominant team in the northern hemisphere when they get to Limerick.

Crusaders v Munster Exhibition match at Thomond Park Limerick

URC Champions Munster Rugby and Super Rugby Pacific Champions Crusaders will play an exhibition match. In 2024, Munster Rugby, the United Rugby Champions, will likely carry on their custom of hosting visiting teams in the province.

The Crusaders will play Munster and the Bristol Bears on a European tour next February, the newly-crowned Super Rugby Pacific champions confirmed on Thursday.

According to reports on Monday, Munster and the Super Rugby champion Crusaders are scheduled to play a significant friendly early in the upcoming season.

With their first medal in twelve years, Munster defeated the Stormers in the Grand Final in Cape Town last month to win the 2022–23 URC championship.

Following the announcement of their Champions Cup draw for the upcoming season, an exclusive report from RugbyPass on Monday indicates that Munster supporters may be in for even more excitement early in the new year when the URC champions take on the 2022 Super Rugby champions in a massive intercontinental friendly.

Catching the action Crusaders game today New Zealand

While radio commentary is broadcast Super Rugby Pacific live on Newstalk ZB, Gold Sport, and iHeartRadio, the Herald will provide real-time updates. Matt Heath and Manaia Stewart of the Alternative Commentary Collective will call the Crusaders Rugby game on Sky Sport 9 and for free on iHeart Radio.

The match is screening on Sky Sport 1 and Rugby live streaming on Sky Sport Now.

Crusaders Teams Squad 

Crusaders: Will Jordan, Dallas McLeod, Braydon Ennor, Jack Goodhue, Leicester Fainga’anuku, Richie Mo’unga, Mitch Drummond, Christian Lio-Willie, Tom Christie, Sione Havili Talitui, Sam Whitelock, Scott Barrett (capt), Oli Jager, Codie Taylor, Tamaiti Williams. Reserves: George Bell, Kershawl Sykes-Martin, Reuben O’Neill, Quinten Strange, Dom Gardiner, Willi Heinz, Fergus Burke, Chay Fihaki.