You can follow every kick, try and scrum from Rugby World Cup 2015 on the BBC with our comprehensive live radio and digital coverage.
The BBC has extensive live radio commentary of the event while digital coverage centres around live text commentary on every match on the BBC Sport website and via the BBC Sport App along with live scores and text alerts.
|Rugby World Cup on the BBC|
|BBC Radio will be the only place to hear commentary of matches in full|
|The best of the action will be broadcast across BBC Radio 5 live, 5 live sports extra, BBC Radio Wales, BBC Radio Cymru, BBC Radio Scotland, BBC Radio Ulster and BBC Local Radio|
|All commentary streamed via the BBC Sport website, BBC Sport app and BBC iPlayer Radio app|
Mark Pougatch and Sonja McLaughlan will present extensive coverage of the tournament on BBC Radio 5 live and sports extra, while rugby correspondent Ian Robertson and former England international Matt Dawson lead the live coverage.
In addition, Matt Dawson's Rugby Show will preview and review the action each week throughout the tournament.
Radio Wales coverage will be presented by Rick O'Shea with live commentary from Gareth Charles and Martyn Williams, while Radio Cymru coverage will be presented by Cennydd Davies.
BBC Scotland will have live commentary of all Scotland games and BBC Radio Ulster will bring audiences in Northern Ireland live commentary on all Ireland's games.
All live commentary will also be streamed on the BBC Sport website, BBC Sport app and BBC iPlayer Radio app.
The BBC Sport website and app will also carry match reports, statistics, analysis and features.
Rugby fans can get involved and share their views in the BBC Live service, and on BBC Sport's Twitter, Facebook and Instagram accounts, using #bbcrugby.
Fans can also stay across the action by signing up to the new rugby alerts service available on the BBC Sport app. This feature provides the latest line-ups, match starts, score updates and half-time and full-time scores from all the World Cup's competing teams.
Radio 5 live and sports extra commentaries
Sat 31 Oct - Final (Twickenham) - New Zealand v Australia, 16:00 GMT - live on Radio 5 live