Sky Sports will again broadcast the pinnacle of the Women's game, which will be held in Paris from August 1-17.
It will also broadcast matches live from New Zealand in June, as Auckland hosts the IRB Junior World Championship from June 2-20, the final of which will be held at the iconic Eden Park.
With levels of participation in the Women's game at an all-time high, and just days before International Women's Day, it is further good news for one of the fastest growing sports in the World.
IRB Chairman Bernard Lapasset said: "Sky Sports are renowned for their passion and support for rugby and we are delighted to be extending our partnership with a broadcaster who shares our vision for Women's and age-grade rugby.
"It's also further proof of the great leaps made by the Women's game. In a Women's Rugby World Cup year and with the growth of the IRB Women's Sevens World Series, it's good to see the game reaching out to new audiences."
Sky Sport managing director Barney Francis said: "It's fantastic that this summer we will have the best Women's rugby on Sky, adding to our strong year-round portfolio of women's sport.
"Both tournaments are going to be excellent additions to our unrivalled coverage of the Game and our summer of live sport."
The IRB Junior World Championship has been the finishing school for just under 300 current international players since its inception in 2008, and Sky Sports have broadcast all the action from the start.
Sky Sports will show pool stage matches plus the semi-finals and final of both tournaments. The full schedule for the Women's Rugby World Cup will be announced in due course.
Tickets for the pool stages of the 2014 Women's Rugby World Cup can be found here, while fans travelling to the IRB Junior World Championship in New Zealand find out more information on tickets here.
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