Where to watch the Bledisloe Cup online in Australia

Matt Sayer 20 October 2017


The third and final match of the Bledisloe Cup kicks off on 21 October and you can watch it live without leaving your cosy couch.

The long-running showdown between the Australian Wallabies and the New Zealand All Blacks enters its final round for 2017 at 7:30pm on Saturday 21 October, with the third match of the Bledisloe Cup kicking off at Suncorp Stadium in Queensland's sunny capital of Brisbane. Despite the All Blacks securing the 2017 trophy with back-to-back victories in August, the Wallabies will be looking to save face by preventing New Zealand from going home undefeated.

If you can't make it up to Brisbane in-person, here are all the ways to watch the match online:


FOX Sports has broadcast rights to a whole heap of rugby throughout the year, Bledisloe Cup included. If you've got a standard Foxtel subscription and you've signed up for the Sports package, you'll be able to watch Saturday's match through the Foxtel app on Android and Apple mobile devices as well as on PC or Mac.

Alternatively, you can sign up for the Sports package through Foxtel's on-demand streaming service Foxtel Now and watch the match that way.

Best of all, Foxtel is currently offering a two-week free trial of Foxtel Now with access to all channel packs, sports channels included. So long as you haven't tried Foxtel Now before, you can take advantage of this offer to watch the final match of the Bledisloe Cup online for free.

Stream the Bledisloe Cup with Foxtel Now's with a two-week free trial from Foxtel Now

Catch the final showdown between the All Blacks and the Wallabies thanks to Foxtel Now.

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If you're not a Foxtel subscriber, the best way to watch the Bledisloe Cup online is through Channel Ten's catch-up and on-demand streaming service tenplay. You'll have to sit through the occasional commercial break that Foxtel viewers won't have to, but seeing as it's completely free, that's a small price to pay.

You can catch the tenplay stream live here.

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