How to live stream the 2018 NRL Sydney Roosters vs Melbourne Storm Grand Final in Australia
The Sydney Roosters will square off against Melbourne Storm for the 2018 NRL Grand Final. Don't miss a minute of the action.
Finally, it all comes down to the highly-anticipated 2018 Grand Final, on Sunday 30 September, at ANZ Stadium. Stock up on snacks and refreshments and get ready for what’s safe to assume will be an explosive and memorable clash between the Sydney Roosters and Melbourne Storm. Here’s all the info you need to make sure you will be able to watch.
How to stream the 2018 NRL Grand Final
The pre-Grand Final entertainment will begin from 6:30 PM AEST. If you're hoping to catch the retirement parade and Sydney's own Gang of Youths ring in the Grand Final (and why wouldn't you?) we recommended tuning in early.
Otherwise, if you're strapped for time you will want to be on the couch, at the pub, or in the stalls by 7:20 PM AEST when the Grand Final officially kicks off.
Nine Network and Foxtel both broadcast matches during the NRL season. However, Nine is the only one with broadcasting rights to the Grand Final. In other words, the match will be shown live on free-to-air TV, so there’s no need to shell out any cash to enjoy the action. Simply sit back, relax and revel in all the fun. Nine also holds the digital rights to the Grand Final, so you will be able to stream the match live and free on 9Now.
All other matches up to the Grand Final will be available on Fox League, NRL Live Pass and Channel 9. You can watch on Foxtel or stream them with the Foxtel app, free with your Foxtel subscription, or Foxtel Now with the Sports Pack, priced at $29/month. If you go this route, you’ll also need to add a Starter Pack to your subscription. Pick between Drama, Pop, Lifestyle, Docos and Kids, with prices starting at $10/month each. Replays of the Grand Final will be available on Foxtel as well. For NRL Live Pass, a weekly pass costs $3.99.