Where to live stream Wallabies Rugby 2018 online

Thadeus Edward Tencza 30 January 2018 NEWS

The June test series is right around the corner and you can watch it live wherever you are.

After a string of losses overseas, the Wallabies are looking for redemption on home soil. Australia is set to host Ireland in the upcoming three-match June test series. The first match kicks off on 9 June in Brisbane at Suncorp Stadium, followed up in Melbourne at AAMI Park on 16 June and finally at Allianz Stadium in Sydney on 23 June.

If you can’t make it to any of the matches, here’s where you can live stream the games.


If you have the sports package as part of your Foxtel subscription, you'll be able to watch the games through the Foxtel app on Apple and Android devices. PC and Mac will also work.

You can also use the Foxtel Now streaming service and sign up that way. You can use the service for free to watch the games too – Foxtel is offering a free one-month trial for those who haven't tried the service before.

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Many of us don’t want to pay for a Foxtel subscription just to watch the footy. Fortunately, the streaming service Tenplay from Channel Ten offers a free alternative. Since it is a free service there will be the occasional ad break but that’s to be expected.

Tenplay also posts highlights of the match afterwards so if you miss a game or don't have 80 minutes to spare, you have that option.

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