NRL trials 2022: Full games schedule and broadcast options
The 2022 season is almost here and all NRL clubs will take the field one last time before the offical kick-off.
After most teams left out the bulk of their first grade squads in the first week of the trials. This week fans get a proper glimpse at their sides starting 17.
New recruits Josh Addo-Carr, Matt Burton, Jackson Hastings, Jamal Fogarty, Chad Townsend, Nicho Hynes and more will all step out for their first hit out in their new club colours this week.
NRL trials schedule week 2
- Friday 25 Feb: Sea Eagles vs Raiders 6:00pm (AEDT)
- Friday 25 Feb: Roosters vs Wests Tigers 8:10pm (AEDT)
- Saturday 26 Feb: Warriors vs Titans 4:00pm (AEDT)
- Saturday 26 Feb: Panthers vs Eels 6:00pm (AEDT)
- Saturday 26 Feb: Rabbitohs vs Dragons 8:00pm (AEDT)
- Saturday 26 Feb: Cowboys vs Broncos 9:00pm (AEDT)
- Sunday 27 Feb: Storm vs Knights 5:45pm (AEDT)
- Monday 28 Feb: Sharks vs Bulldogs 7:00pm (AEDT)
How to watch NRL trials 2022
The only way to watch all trial games in 2022 is through Fox League. Rather than getting unreliable Facebook streams from your clubs (albeit free ones), this year they will all be available only via Foxtel IQ, Foxtel Now or Kayo Sports.
While they won't be free, at least the streams will be reliable and should also have commentators that you're familiar with.
You can see a full breakdown in our where to watch NRL 2022 guide.
Kayo Sports details
- Price: $25–$35 month
- Free trial: 14 days
- Simultaneous streams: 2–3
- Devices: iOS and Android devices, PC, Mac, Apple TV, Telstra TV, Chromecast, PS4, PS5, Smart TVs (Samsung, Hisense, LG, Sony Bravia, Android)
If you aren't familiar with Kayo Sports, it's heading its fourth year now and has completely flipped sports streaming in Australia. It has all of the Fox Sports channels available including ESPN. That means in addition to this weekend's NRL, your free trial will also get you access to the NBA, UFC and more.
Kayo will also have every NRL and NRLW game live this year too. If you check out our Kayo Sports review, you will see that we're big fans of it. Like any service, it has some small problems, but overall it annihilates the competition.
Be sure to check back in with Finder before the NRL season begins. We will be putting some more essential 2022 NRL guides together for fans breaking down who has the most games on free-to-air, the most expensive team to watch and more.
Image source: Kayo Sports