Live stream NRL from Canada with Watch NRL
Watch NRL allows you to live stream every match from Canada on a huge range of devices. There's weekly, monthly or annual packages are available.
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With the 2020 NRL regular season now back, with round 3 resuming on 28 May (Australian time), the stakes are high and the clashes will be more exciting than ever. No wonder you’re eager to see what happens next!
But if you’re based overseas or happen to be travelling when your team is gearing up for a huge showdown, how do you catch all the big hits and breathtaking tries live? Fear not, we’re talking about the most watched rugby league competition in the world here. We’ve got you covered.
The easiest way to watch NRL games when outside Australia is to sign up for Watch NRL. It’s 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 AU$20, AU$39 and AU$199 respectively.
The service gives you access to every NRL Premiership and Finals Series match, all State of Origin clashes and every Men’s and Women’s International match played in Australia. Moreover, you’ll get live access to the FOX League channel content for the latest news, analysis and entertainment.
Watch NRL is available on computers via the sign up for 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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Another option for catching NRL action in Canada is via a subscription to Rogers Sportsnet. With international subscription service Sportsnet World you get access to three NRL matches per round. You can watch on TV, online or with a smartphone through the Sportsnet app. There are a couple of subscription options available and you can check it all out in our guide to Sportsnet Now.
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