How to watch 2020/21 EuroLeague basketball online in Australia

After coronavirus forced the cancellation of last season's tournament, Europe's top basketball competition is back. This is how you can watch the EuroLeague.

We’re reader-supported and may be paid when you visit links to partner sites. We don’t compare all products in the market, but we’re working on it!

The coronavirus pandemic and its subsequent travel restrictions forced the 2019/20 EuroLeague to be abandoned just as it was moving towards the play-offs. Now the competition is back, with all teams retaining their place in the event for the rescheduled campaign.

Russia's CSKA Moscow are still the title holders following their triumph over Turkish outfit Anadolu Efes in the 2019 championship game. Anadolu had the best record when last season was cancelled, but will face stiff competition now the top-shelf tournament has returned.

Rosters are typically filled with some of Europe's best talents, American imports and often a smattering of Australians looking to further their careers. Boomers like Joe Ingles, Aron Baynes and David Andersen were able to convert European stints into NBA contracts.

When is the 2020/21 EuroLeague competition?

This season's competition got underway on Friday 2 October Australian time. At the time of writing, the dates for the play-offs and championship game are yet to be determined. The 18 teams compete for 8 spots in the postseason.

How to watch 2020/21 EuroLeague in Australia

In Australia, Fox Sports holds the broadcast rights to the 2020/21 EuroLeague competition. That means Foxtel iQ, Foxtel Now and Kayo Sports are your viewing options. You can also stream games through NBL TV or EuroLeague TV.

Stream the EuroLeague on Kayo Sports

Basketball is just 1 of more than 50 sports you can enjoy on Kayo Sports. Right now you can explore it all for no cost using Kayo's 14-day free trial. After the trial period, a Basic subscription costs $25 a month and you can watch games on 2 screens or devices. The Premium option is $10 more per month and gives you 3 screens.

Another major selling point of Kayo is its unique special features, such as Kayo Minis. Available shortly after matches have completed, you can then watch a condensed version if you are short on time. Other features include SplitView, where you can watch four sports at once, Interactive Stats and a Key Moments Timeline.

The platform is compatible with Android, iOS, Apple TV, Telstra TV, Android TV and Samsung TV (2017 or later), Sony Bravia TVs, PS4 and PS5, Mac and PC as well as Chromecast or AirPlay. We have a comprehensive review of Kayo for you.


10-day free trial of Foxtel Now

No installation and no lock-in contract. New customers only. Sign up now.

Stream Kayo Sports for 14 days FREE and no lock-in contract

Take Kayo Sports' Basic or Premium plan for a spin and stream new sports content daily plus 15,000+ hours of on-demand archives.

Watch the EuroLeague on Foxtel Now

Foxtel Now is the pay TV giant's digital streaming service. You have to subscribe to the Essentials pack in addition to the Sport pack for a total of $54 a month. If you haven't tried it previously, Foxtel Now offers a 10-day free trial. We have also got a full guide which includes the list of compatible devices.

Watch the EuroLeague on EuroLeague TV

You can also watch games live through the competition's own streaming service. It also has highlights, on-demand videos and more. It has two subscriptions models, $147.99 for a season pass or $25.69 a month.

Stream EuroLeague on NBL TV

Australia's professional basketball league the NBL also has access to EuroLeague games through its official website. An All Access pass is a minimum of $5 a month and has every game live, full replays and more content on demand.

Which teams are in the 2020/21 EuroLeague competition?

There are 18 teams from 10 countries across Europe participating in this year's competition:

    • Barcelona (Spain)
    • Baskonia (Spain)
    • Real Madrid (Spain)
    • Valencia Basket (Spain)
    • Olympiacos (Greece)
    • Panathinaikos OPAP (Greece)
    • Maccai Tel Aviv (Israel)
    • Anadolu Efes (Turkey)
    • Fenerbahce (Turkey)
    • Olimpia Milano (Italy)
    • Zalgiris (Lithuania)
    • CSKA Moscow (Russia)
    • Khimki (Russia)
    • Zenit St Petersburg (Russia)
    • Alba Berlin (Germany)
    • Bayern Munich (Germany)
    • Crvena zvezda (Serbia)
    • ASVEL (France)

Image source: Kayo Sports website

Latest sports streaming news

More guides on Finder

Ask an Expert

You are about to post a question on

  • Do not enter personal information (eg. surname, phone number, bank details) as your question will be made public
  • is a financial comparison and information service, not a bank or product provider
  • We cannot provide you with personal advice or recommendations
  • Your answer might already be waiting – check previous questions below to see if yours has already been asked

Finder only provides general advice and factual information, so consider your own circumstances, or seek advice before you decide to act on our content. By submitting a question, you're accepting our Terms of Use, Disclaimer & Privacy Policy and Privacy & Cookies Policy.
Go to site