The NRL Season 2019 is upon us. A few codes of football Australia enjoys quite but Rugby League is undeniably one of the country’s favorites. Aussies love their rugby league all the action this year there are plenty of ways to catch live and free and we also love watching it from the comfort of our living rooms. To provide your footy fix and the good news is there is no shortage of broadcasting options. Here is all the ways you can watch the 2019 NRL season – live, online and free watching the NRL on free-to-air TV can be a pretty lousy experience. With only a handful of matches broadcast on traditional you miss out on more than half the action every round.
Live streaming NRL in HD with Kayo
If you are into all things NRL Kayo Sports has access to all FOX SPORTS channels, including FOX League and Kayo may be top list it is dedicated exclusively to sports. As a result, Australia’s latest the streaming service offers extensive coverage of the NRL season 2019. Subscribers can view each game of the NRL Telstra Premiership live coverage for every game of both the regular and post-season. The Final Series of the NRL streaming platform also offers every game. The Grand Final stream live is not available and on free-to-air as it is exclusively shown. Including the 2019 NRL Premiership with no lock-in contracts to keep you tied and can view your heart’s content all the sports you want.
HD live streams is Kayo offers and works with Macs/PCs, smartphones and laptops, Chromecast, and Telstra TV. You can choose Kayo subscriptions start from $25 per month to be able to watch on two screens. You can enjoy three simultaneous streams at the same time or pay $35 per month. For new customers with a 14-day free trial is available.
Live Streaming NRL on Channel 9 & 9NOW
For years easiest way the NRL fans you can see Channel 9 has been in the home and rights for the 2019 season with the network securing some of the digital rights. With live streams additionally available via the free 9NOW service on free-to-air TV Fans can catch three of the eight games, including Thursday night footy, one of the Friday night games, and the Sunday afternoon game.
Channel 9 has the sole rights for the live stream of the Grand Final to the regular season game and for the State of Origin games with live streams additionally available. The easiest way the fans would be to download the Nine Network’s 9Now app, available Desktop, Android and iOS. All the matches of the live stream you will be able to view that the network holds the rights in the finals matches.
Streaming NRL matches on Telstra & NRL Live Pass
NRL streaming the NRL Live app serves as your gateway to the world. Your best option is to get yourself an NRL Live Pass if you aren’t too keen on switching between the Nine Network and Foxtel/Kayo. NRL live streaming the NRL Live app as part of their mobile plan is available via both Google Play and the App Store for $3.99 a week or $99.99 a year subscription. Every game this will provide you with a live stream and with the exception of the State of Origin series.
To the world NRL streaming the NRL Live app serves as your gateway. The fans available the NRL Live Pass app you can download the app for free on Apple, Android and Windows mobile devices. That there are limitations on the display size of the live stream and so you would not be able to cast it to a bigger screen like your TV.
Live streaming NFL in HD with Foxtel
Splitting the NRL regular season coverage with Channel 9 and Foxtel has secured the rights to five games per round broadcasts of the NRL Telstra Premiership with the exception of the Grand Final. Which are available via the NRL live stream and replay on both Foxtel Now and the Foxtel app and Sport Packagesyou will need. This app is free subscription while the regular season games it has secured the rights to the majority.
Rugby fans can also stream NRL matches with Foxtel Now Now subscription for $25 a month and you will need to add the Sports pack to the subscription monthly costs up to $54 a month and 14-day free trial for new subscribers. The NRL live streaming service is easily available on PCs/Macs, mobile devices, Chromecast/Airplay, PS4, Telstra TV.