Monthly Archives: September 2019
KERA 19 – 5: Stars & Stripes Military Rugby Korea
The Stars & Stripes team used their home ground advantage to great effect by claiming wins against both Ulsan Goblins and Seoul Survivors. It is the second time this year that the up-and-coming military team has claimed a Survivor scalp. They made it 2 wins from 2 matches played.
KERA 19 – 5: Seoul Survivors
The Seoul Survivors registered a win against the Ulsan Goblins and yet another loss to the athletic Stars & Stripes team. Although comfortably leading the KERA Log, they seem to have found a new nemesis.
KERA 19-5: Ulsan Goblins
The Ulsan lads once again put in some spirited performances with new players added to their ranks. They welcomed Spencer Ferguson who played his first KERA tournament in Ulsan colours. Unfortunately they could not manage to register a win on the day.
KERA 19-5: Busan Bandits
The Busan Bandits rugby team was an unfortunate late withdrawel from the KERA 19 – 5 tournament. This was due to a spate of injuries and pre-arranged Rugby World Cup 2019 travel plans.
KERA 19-5 After Party
Click on the image for directions to Tailgate Tavern.
A big “thank you” to the Stars & Stripes team for hosting a successful KERA 19-5 tournament and congratulations on the two good wins.
It’s Rugby World Cup time and the air is buzzing with excitement … literally, as you just have to access Facebook to get what we mean. But, the pressing matter at hand is … how to watch the rugby world cup online here in Korea, or the rest of Asia for that matter.
Then, of course, there are a fair number of watering holes across Korea who’ll be screening most, if not all, of the games. If pubs and bars are not your thing, or you’d just like to chill at home and watch online, then we have two solutions for you.
- Official Rugby World Cup 2019 website
- ITV website
It seems that rugbyworldcup.com are streaming the matches live (or possibly delayed), and it is a win-win situation for all rugby fans worldwide.
If you experience any problems with rugbyworldcup.com streams, then your next option is itv.com.
What Is ITV
Let us explain …
ITV is a UK based online video on demand service accessible through the main ITV website, itv.com. The service offers a variety of programs across ITV, ITV2, ITVBe, ITV3, ITV4 and CITV. Most important of all is that all 48 Rugby World Cup matches will be available on ITV for free (ITV 4 and ITV Hub).
As long as you are in the UK, you can stream all the matches online for free. Okay, so we are not in the UK! How are we going to do this?
Easy … we are going to use a VPN (virtual private network).
What VPN To Use
For the sake of simplicity we recommend you use ExpressVPN. Here’s why …
ExpressVPN is really easy to use, is incredibly fast and works everywhere (incuding China). Also, signing up for ExpressVPN only takes a few minutes. All you have to do is select their pricing plan, enter in your e-mail, and put in your purchase information. There aren’t any long-winded questionnaires involved. Just a quick 1,2,3 and you’re done.
You can use ExpressVPN on your computer, smartphone, or tablet. You’re allowed up to three connections per subscription. So if you’re person with multiple devices you won’t get left out in the cold.
Unlike other VPNs that require you to enter your login information every time you use their software, you only have to enter an activation code (which is given to you when you sign-up and download ExpressVPN) once and you’re ready to watch World Cup Rugby 2019 online. They have a monthly subscription available if you are not interested in subscribing to a VPN service for the long haul.
After you have subscribed to, and downloaded ExpressVPN, you then access ITV.
Remember to have your VPN activated with your location set to UK, London, before you click through to ITV. Then all you need to do is sign up for a free ITV account, confirm your e-mail address, and you’re good to go. Just note that you’ll be asked to enter a (UK) post code. You can find a way around that here.
We hope this information helped you to watch the Rugby World Cup 2019 online in Korea and that your team exceeds your expectations.
It’s that time folks – Rugby World Cup 2019 (Japan) and you can catch the vibe right here in Busan.
We’ve been waiting for this event for the last four years and the excitement levels are on an all-time high. The Busan Bandits RFC have decided to show their support for the most prestigious event on the rugby union calendar by organizing a pub crawl in Gwangan, Busan.
Gorilla Brewing Co, LA Bar&Grill and Evas Pub & Lounge, have made it possible for us to enjoy 6 or 7 hours of drinking beer, eating delicious food and sharing great banter. There are rugby matches to be watched and supporters will no doubt froth over the big hits and cheap shots.
Times and Venues
The pub crawl kicks off 4pm – 6:30pm at the Gorilla Brewing Co. The first stage of the crawl includes …
- 2 Craft beers and scrumptious chicken wings.
- Live Screening – France vs Argentina
Next, from 6:45pm – 9pm, we move on to LA Bar&Grill, where you’ll be treated to …
- 3 Craft beers and a mouth watering light buffet.
- Live Screening – South Africa vs New Zealand
Finally, we crawl to Evas Pub & Lounge at 9:30pm – 11:30pm. The final stage of the crawl includes …
- 2 Sexy cocktails
- Rooftop banter and …
- Great music.
What Is The Cost?
For the first 20 people, it’ll be KRW 40 000 and after that it’s KRW 45 000. Please note that space is limited. So please contact Justin Haynes via private message ASAP.
How To Get To Gorilla Brewing Co.
Bring your friends and come out to Gwangan to enjoy the Busan Rugby World Cup 2019 Pub Crawl with us and our club supporters!