Watch every NRL game live from overseas
How to stream and watch NRL games in the UK
Being in the UK doesn’t mean you have to miss out on all the exciting National Rugby League action from Down Under.
The 2021 NRL season is here with all 16 teams fighting to take out the premiership. A full 25-round draw has been scheduled after the coronavirus led to a reduced fixture list last year. It will be a season full of excitement and breathtaking skill.
If you’re based overseas or happen to be travelling when your team is gearing up for a huge showdown, how can you ensure you don’t miss any of the action? We’ve got you covered with how to catch the best and most watched rugby league competition in the world.
Stream games live with 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. If you’re in the UK, passes are priced at £13 for a week, £25 for a month and £130 for the entire year.
The service gives you access to every NRL Premiership and Finals Series match, as well as the Grand Final and all State of Origin clashes. Subscribers also enjoy 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 and on iOS and Android mobile and tablet devices. You can also watch on the big screen with Airplay or Chromecast or via the Watch NRL Apple TV app. Users can pause and rewind live matches as well as download matches for offline viewing.
Watch NRL on Sky Sports
Another option for catching NRL action in the UK is via a subscription to Sky Sports. With Sky Sports you get access to three NRL matches per round, plus the finals, grand final and the renowned State of Origin series. There are a number of options available depending on whether you are a new or existing Sky customer. We have a guide to Sky Sports for you here.
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