The ovals across Australia are ready, the teams are arriving and the action’s underway in the 2019 Women’s Big Bash League. Devoted fans of the sport from around the world are glued to their screens for this epic tournament, which runs from October 18th through to December 8th. This season marks the fifth edition of the T20 competition, and it’s shaping up to be a spectacular event.
How to Stream WBBL Matches Live and Free in 2019
For the WBBL 2019, Foxtel has the broadcasting rights for Australia – and that means Kayo Sports has the streaming rights for the event – with each and every game, live as it happens and able to be watched on demand.
In the past, cricket fans wanting to stream the WBBL have had to contend with whatever was available online, because the emphasis was firmly on watching the matches live on TV. But Kayo Sports has changed the game when it comes to sports streaming, and the WBBL is going to be a real showcase for what Kayo can do. Launched just last year, Kayo now has hundreds of thousands of subscribers streaming their favourite sports in high definition every day. For the WBBL, with many games taking place during the working day for most Australians, Kayo’s ‘No Spoilers’ means customers will see the score only when they want to. Whilst ‘Key Moments’ which pinpoint all the best bits, including sixes and wickets, will be delivered in real-time for viewers.
Kayo offers over 50 sports live – WBBL – but you can check it out completely free for 14 days with all of its advanced streaming features unlocked, and full access to every WBBL match that’s played during that time. So if you’ve been wondering if it’s possible to stream every match of this year’s Women’s Big Bash League, it’s now easier than ever, here’s how to do it on some of the most popular streaming devices you’ll use.
Stream WBBL 2019 with Apple TV
If you’ve got any model of Apple TV released in the past few years, Kayo Sports is tailor-made for streaming on that clever little device. The Kayo app for Apple TV is one of the service’s most advanced. To get Kayo on your Apple TV, just head to the App Store on the device and go straight to the “Top Apps” tab. Kayo has had a permanent home in the top five since it launched, so you’ll see its green icon there right away! Click to download it, then run the app and follow the on-screen instructions to set up your account and start your two-week free trial.
Stream WBBL 2019 with a Smart TV
If you’ve got one of the many models of Android-powered smart TVs made by Sony in the past few years, then your TV is ready to download and use the Kayo app made especially for Android TV, which also includes selected smart TVs made by Hisense, Kogan, Mecool, Panasonic, Philips, Sharp and TCL. The Android TV app also works for popular streaming boxes like Nvidia Shield, Xiaomi Mi Box and Asus Network Player. You’ll find the app in the Google Play Store – just head into the store on your device and search “Kayo”.
Stream WBBL with Telstra TV
You’ll find the custom-built Kayo Sports app on the Apps page of your Telstra TV box – with all models of Telstra TV supported, from the original device right up to the latest, feature packed Telstra TV 3. All of Kayo’s advanced features are available on Telstra TV except Split View, and owners of the original Telstra TV can still stream Kayo in high definition, but only at 720p. One of the great things about Kayo on Telstra TV is that you can subscribe using your Telstra account, and be up and streaming your two-week free trial in seconds.
*SplitView available on selected, compatible devices.
Stream WBBL with your Phone or Tablet
Of course, Kayo Sports is available for the devices you love to take with you, so if you’re one of the millions of us with a smartphone or tablet you can download the Kayo app from the iOS App Store, or the Google Play Store, and get streaming WBBL cricket or your favourite sports in no time. For iOS devices, you’ll need to be running iOS 11 or higher, while Android users will need Android 6 (“Marshmallow”) or newer.
Stream WBBL 2019 on your Chromecast
Cricket fans who have one of Google’s highly popular streaming devices are not left out – you can stream WBBL games straight to your big-screen TV using your Chromecast and a smartphone, tablet or even a web browser. Just grab Kayo’s iOS or Android app for your mobile device, and make sure your device is on the same wi-fi network as your Chromecast. Then tap the familiar TV icon in the top right corner and select your Chromecast to send matches straight to your TV. If you’re using the Google Chrome web browser on desktop or laptop, it works just the same. Simply click on the Chromecast icon when on the Kayo site and send video to your TV directly from your computer!
Stream WBBL 2019 on your Computer
Of course, Kayo Sports is fully compatible with all modern web browsers, so no matter which one use on a daily basis on your PC or Mac, you’ll be able to head to the Kayo site, sign in and start streaming, with all the special features at your fingertips. You’ll just need to make sure your computer’s operating system is up to date since Kayo needs the support of the latest streaming tech to work its magic. That means your desktop or laptop computer should be running Windows 10 or, if you’re a Mac fan, MacOS 10.12 or higher. Chrome, Safari, Firefox and Microsoft Edge are all supported, with additional support for Chromecast devices available when streaming through Chrome.
Devices supported on Kayo
– PC/Mac: Yes – MacOS 10.12+ (Chrome, Safari, Firefox) & Windows 10 (Chrome, Firefox, Edge); web browser only
– iOS/Android Phones/Tablets: Yes – Via native apps (iOS 11+ and Android 6+)
– Google Chromecast: Yes – Chromecast Ultra, 3rd Generation and Chromecast with Google TV for optimal streaming
– Telstra TV: Yes – Split View not available; Telstra TV1 limited to 720p
– Android TV: Yes – Via
– Samsung Smart TVs: Yes – 2017 and later models
– PS4 and Xbox One: Soon – App in development
– Apple TV: Yes – tvOS 11+, 4th Generation or higher
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Stream Cricket Live – 14 Days Free Trial
Kayo Sports will deliver every Australian men’s and women’s home international, every match of the KFC BBL and Rebel WBBL, plus select international matches, LIVE and on Demand, while also offering compact (about 20 minutes) cricket on demand ‘Minis’ match replays, so you can conveniently catch-up on those late-night finishes you may have missed.
So if you’re a resident in Australia, you may wish to check out Kayo Sports which currently have a 14 day free trial and a host of game changing features such as ‘Key Moments’ and ‘No Spoilers’. Kayo offers live Cricket streaming with eligible mobile devices and browsers, including select PC and Macs, iOS and Android phones and tablets, Apple and Telstra TV, Google Chromecast, as well as Safari, Firefox, Chrome and Microsoft Edge, with new apps and platforms arriving soon.
2019 WBBL TV and Streaming Fixtures (Sydney time)
|Saturday 9 November||Melbourne Renegades v Hobart Hurricanes||1.00pm||Kayo|
|Saturday 9 November||Adelaide Strikers v Perth Scorchers||2.10pm||Kayo / Foxtel / Seven|
|Saturday 9 November||Sydney Sixers v Brisbane Heat||3.00pm||Kayo|
|Sunday 10 November||Perth Scorchers v Sydney Thunder||10.30am||Kayo|
|Sunday 10 November||Melbourne Renegades v Hobart Hurricanes||1.00pm||Kayo|
|Sunday 10 November||Adelaide Strikers v Melbourne Stars||2.10pm||Kayo / Foxtel / Seven|
|Tuesday 12 November||Perth Scorchers v Sydney Thunder||8.30pm||Kayo|
|Wednesday 13 November||Hobart Hurricanes v Sydney Sixers||11.00am||Kayo|
|Wednesday 13 November||Melbourne Stars v Brisbane Heat||2.00pm||Kayo|
|Friday 15 November||Sydney Thunder v Sydney Sixers||7.10pm||Kayo / Foxtel / Seven|
|Saturday 16 November||Melbourne Stars v Adelaide Strikers||2.00pm||Kayo|
|Saturday 16 November||Sydney Thunder v Brisbane Heat||7.10pm||Kayo / Foxtel / Seven|
|Sunday 17 November||Perth Scorchers v Brisbane Heat||10.00am||Kayo|
|Sunday 17 November||Sydney Sixers v Melbourne Renegades||2.10pm||Kayo / Foxtel / Seven|
|Wednesday 20 November||Melbourne Renegades v Brisbane Heat||10.00am||Kayo|
|Wednesday 20 November||Melbourne Stars v Perth Scorchers||2.00pm||Kayo|
|Wednesday 20 November||Sydney Thunder v Adelaide Strikers||2.30pm||Kayo|
|Wednesday 20 November||Sydney Sixers v Hobart Hurricanes||5.30pm||Kayo|
|Friday 22 November||Hobart Hurricanes v Brisbane Heat||7.10pm||Kayo / Foxtel / Seven|
|Saturday 23 November||Perth Scorchers v Sydney Sixers||1.00pm||Kayo|
|Saturday 23 November||Melbourne Renegades v Melbourne Stars||2.00pm||Kayo|
|Saturday 23 November||Hobart Hurricanes v Adelaide Strikers||7.10pm||Kayo / Foxtel / Seven|
|Sunday 24 November||Adelaide Strikers v Sydney Thunder||10.00am||Kayo|
|Sunday 24 November||Perth Scorchers v Sydney Sixers||1.00pm||Kayo|
|Wednesday 27 November||Brisbane Heat v Melbourne Renegades||2.10pm||Kayo|
|Wednesday 27 November||Melbourne Stars v Sydney Thunder||2.30pm||Kayo|
|Saturday 30 November||Melbourne Stars v Melbourne Renegades||10.40am||Kayo / Foxtel / Seven|
|Saturday 30 November||Sydney Sixers v Adelaide Strikers||2.00pm||Kayo|
|Saturday 30 November||Perth Scorchers v Hobart Hurricanes||5.00pm||Kayo|
|Sunday 1 December||Melbourne Renegades v Sydney Thunder||10.40am||Kayo / Foxtel / Seven|
|Sunday 1 December||Sydney Sixers v Adelaide Strikers||2.00pm||Kayo|
|Sunday 1 December||Melbourne Stars v Brisbane Heat||3.00pm||Kayo|
|Sunday 1 December||Perth Scorchers v Hobart Hurricanes||5.00pm||Kayo|
|Saturday 7 December||TBC v TBC||TBC||Kayo / Foxtel / Seven|
|Saturday 7 December||TBC v TBC||TBC||Kayo / Foxtel / Seven|
|Sunday 8 December||TBC v TBC||TBC||Kayo / Foxtel / Seven|