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Brisbane Broncos 2021 TV schedule, squad and team guide

If the Broncos thought 2019 was bad, things only got worse last season. Surely the only way is up?

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The less said about the Broncos' horror 2020 season, when the once glamour club collected its first wooden spoon, the better. At least the only way is up for new coach Kevin Walters, who replaced Anthony Seibold after he was axed in August last year. But the real issue is the Broncos have arguably a worse roster than the one they possessed 12 months ago.

They have lost the experience of former skipper Darius Boyd and star backrower David Fifita, who defected to the Titans on a lucrative deal. Andrew McCullough and Jack Bird (Dragons) are gone and Joe Ofahengaue has signed with Wests Tigers.

On top of this, gun prop Payne Haas will miss the start of the season. He has been suspended for three matches after verbally abusing NSW police officers. All we can say is good luck Kevvie, you will need it!

How to watch Brisbane Broncos NRL matches

Rugby league fans can watch the majority of Broncos games live and free on the Nine Network. However, not all of Brisbane's games or NRL matches involving other teams are available on free-to-air TV. In fact the Broncos have 27% of games exclusive to Fox League, which is their highest total in years.


For those games you'll have to catch them via Kayo Sports, Foxtel or Foxtel Now. Out of those three Kayo Sports has the cheapest monthly price at $25 a month and the most features including Interactive Stats.

Take a look at our Kayo vs Foxtel guide to see how they go head to head. You can watch on Kayo using this 14-day free trial for access to more than 50 sports.

See our complete guide on how to stream the 2021 NRL season for a full breakdown of providers.

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Take Kayo Sports' Basic or Premium plan for a spin and stream over 50 sports live completely free for 14 days.

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Watch Brisbane Broncos matches overseas

Outside Australia or heading on a holiday? You can still follow the Brisbane Broncos with Watch NRL. We have a full guide on how to stream the 2021 NRL season from overseas.

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Subscribe now and start watching instantly. All 2020 NRL Premiership matches available live and on demand. Every pass includes access to every game of the finals series, including the grand final. T&Cs apply.

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When do the Broncos play next?

You can see the complete NRL draw here.

Brisbane Broncos squad

Brisbane Broncos history

The Brisbane Broncos were founded in April 1988. So far, they have won six premierships, including two NSWRL titles, a Super League premiership and three NRL premierships.

Their last NRL premiership was in 2006. Since 1991, the Broncos have only failed to qualify for the finals three times. Last year they suffered the ignominy of finishing with the wooden spoon for the first time in the club's proud history following their woeful 3-17 record. The team plays at Suncorp Stadium.

Image source: Broncos Team website

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