Where to live stream the Hyundai A-League online
The Hyundai A-League is now streaming on Foxtel and ONE.
The 2017/18 Hyundai A-League reached its halfway mark in January, but there are still plenty of big matches to go. The season will run all the way through April, with the grand final set for Sunday, 6 May.
Sydney FC is going strong, currently in the lead and fiercely defending its title. The Sky Blues are on the hunt for their fourth championship win in the Hyundai A-League, followed closely by Newcastle Jets, Melbourne City FC, Melbourne Victory and Adelaide United.
How to stream A-League matches online
This season, all A-League games are broadcast on Foxtel’s Fox Sports, with just one game per week airing on Network Ten on Saturday evening. The Saturday 7.30pm blockbuster is also a live simulcast on Fox Sports and ONE. The best thing? You can stream all matches online without breaking the bank.
If you already have a Foxtel subscription with the Sport Pack, you can simply use the Foxtel app to watch the games on your preferred device. The free app is included with your subscription and allows you to stream content on laptops, smartphones and tablets. All you need to do is download the app and start streaming.
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Alternatively, you can watch all Hyundai A-League matches live with a Foxtel Now subscription. This is Foxtel’s streaming service that gives you access to selected channels live and also allows you to watch content on demand. The Sport Pack is a Premium Pack, priced at $29/month. To access it you also need a Starter Pack, which costs either $10/month (Lifestyle, Docos, Kids) or $15/month (Drama and Pop). Once subscribed, you can follow your favourite teams on a variety of devices. The list includes PCs, smartphones, tablets, PS4, and streaming boxes. There’s a two-week free trial that lets you test-drive the platform.
Finally, the Saturday game is also live streamed on Ten’s streaming service, TenPlay. Accessing the service is free of charge.
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