Travelling overseas doesn’t have to mean you’ll be missing out on all the exciting NRL action.
With the 2019 NRL season upon us, the stakes are high and the action is in full swing. No wonder you’re eager to see what happens next. There are plenty of ways to keep up with the NRL in Australia, including 9Now, NRL Live Pass, Kayo, and Foxtel. But what if you’re travelling overseas when your favourite team is playing? Not to worry, we’re talking about the most watched rugby league in the world. We’ve got you covered.
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Option 1: Watch NRL
The easiest way to watch NRL games when outside Australia is to sign up for Watch NRL, the official service that enables you to stream every game live or on demand. You can get a weekly, monthly or yearly pass and enjoy all the action on supported devices. Passes are priced at $19, $33 and $189 respectively.
The service gives you access to every NRL Premiership and Finals Series match, as well as all State of Origin clashes. Moreover, you get live access to the FOX League channel content for the latest news, analysis and entertainment.
Watch NRL is available on computers via the Watch NRL website, on iOS and Android mobile and tablet devices as well as on your TV with Airplay or Chromecast or via the Watch NRL Apple TV app. You can pause and rewind live matches as well as download matches for offline viewing.
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Option 2: Access Australian streams with a VPN
Alternatively, you can download a VPN to hide your location when outside Australia to access 9Now, Kayo or Foxtel Now, but we would advise against that since it’s not complying with the streaming services’ terms and conditions. However, you could check to see if the games are broadcast in the country you’re visiting by consulting the International Broadcasters list on the NRL website.