How To Watch: Fiji vs Barbarians FC

As we move forward from the conclusion of the Rugby World Cup, the Autumn Internationals are upon us. We won't, however, be seeing any full-on test matches. 

Instead, the world's most entertaining touring side, the Barbarians, will embark on a three-match tour beginning with a game against Fiji this Saturday at Twickenham and ending November 30th versus Wales in Cardiff. 

Watch the Barbarians take on Fiji here on FloRugby, November 16th!

The Fiji game will take place at 9:30 am (ET), and FloSports subscribers can watch the game live or on demand on FloRugby.

They will take on Fiji, Brazil, and Wales, as legends Tendai "The Beast" Mtawarira and Rory Best see off their international careers with one final tour. 

The Barbarians have brought a very strong side with them, featuring four 2019 World Cup champions and a host of stars like Mathieu Bastareaud, David Havili, Dylan Leyds, and Pete Samu. 

Made up of an assortment of players from different teams all around the globe, the Barbarians serve as an upstanding embodiment of rugby culture and how people from all over can get along. 

They play a fun, free-flowing brand of rugby full of offloads, crazy set pieces, wild kicks, and lots of laughs. 

Check out this cool video from Andrew Forde to get an idea of what a Barbarians game is like!

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