Transport for London
Rugby World Cup comes to the Tube
Don't miss a moment of action as the Rugby World Cup goes Underground.
Live updates, news and results from the 2015 World Cup games will be broadcast across the Tube and DLR network following a tie-up between TfL and broadcaster ITV.
Wherever passengers are on the network, they won't miss any of the action as the information will be available on all digital information boards at station entrances and on platforms.
The partnership is part of TfL's wider plans to generate £3.4bn in non-fare revenue by 2020/21 to reinvest in the running and vital modernisation of the transport network.
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