What To Watch on Kayo
Kayo Sports delivers the biggest and best sporting events for real Aussie sports fans, from NRL and AFL to Cricket and Formula 1. In total, Kayo offers over 50 live sports throughout the year. Here are just a few one the ones you won’t want to miss in November.
Last audited 11 November 2020
1. Tri Nations Rugby
The Rugby Championship will become the Tri-Nations again for one year only as Australia, New Zealand and Argentina battle it out in South Africa’s absence.
|Sat, Nov 7||Australia v New Zealand||LIVE: 7.45pm||Foxtel / Kayo|
|Sat, Nov 14||New Zealand vs Argentina||LIVE: 7.45pm||Foxtel / Kayo|
|Sat, Nov 21||Australia vs Argentina||LIVE: 7.45pm||Foxtel / Kayo|
2. State Of Origin
Replays from all three games of this year’s State Of Origin series can be viewed on Kayo, straight after the final whistle.
|Wed, Nov 4||NSW Blues v QLD Maroons||Full Replay: 11.00pm||Kayo / Foxtel|
|Wed, Nov 11||NSW Blues v QLD Maroons||Full Replay: 11.00pm||Kayo / Foxtel|
|Wed, Nov 18||QLD Maroons v NSW Blues||Full Replay: 11.00pm||Kayo / Foxtel|
3. Masters Golf
The last major of the year is set to take place at the world-famous Augusta Golf Club in Georgia, USA. Can Tiger claim another Green Blazer, or will the likes of Dustin Johnson and Rory McIlroy take the glory?
|Fri, Nov 13||Round 1||LIVE: from 2.00am||Foxtel / Kayo|
|Sat, Nov 14||Round 2||LIVE: from 2.00am||Foxtel / Kayo|
|Sun, Nov 15||Round 3||LIVE: from 2.00am||Foxtel / Kayo|
|Sun, Nov 16||Final Round||LIVE: from 2.00am||Foxtel / Kayo|
4. Formula 1
Lewis Hamilton is aiming for a record-equalling seventh F1 title, but the likes of Max Verstappen, Charles Leclerc and Sebastian Vettel will all be out to spoil the party. The season may have been shortened due to coronavirus, but if anything this will just make it more exciting. You can watch every F1 race live with Kayo Sports.
|Sun, Nov 1||LIVE: San Marino GP||Foxtel / Kayo|
|Sun, Nov 15||LIVE: Turkish GP||Foxtel / Kayo|
|Sun, Nov 29||LIVE: Bahrain GP||Foxtel / Kayo|
MotoGP is the number one when it comes to motorcycles on tarmac. There are very few motorsports that consistently provide such wheel-to-wheel action, and you can watch every practice, qualifying and race live on Kayo.
|Sun, Nov 8||Europe Grand Prix||LIVE: 10.00pm||Foxtel / Kayo|
|Sun, Nov 15||Valencia Grand Prix||LIVE: 10.00pm||Foxtel / Kayo|
Sign up to Kayo’s FREE 14 day trial offer
Live sport returns to Kayo, with every game and every action from the Super Rugby, UFC and V8 Supercars – all available on Kayo’s 14 day trial.
The NFL season is well underway with teams battling it out to reach next year’s Super Bowl in Tampa, Florida.
|November||5 Games Per Week||Kayo / Foxtel|
7. La Liga
Two of the biggest teams in the world ply their trade in La Liga, meaning there is world-class on show week in, week out. Check out some of the best fixtures to watch in November below.
|Oct 8||Barcelona v Real Betis||LIVE: 2.15am||Foxtel / Kayo|
|Oct 23||Atletico v Barceona||LIVE: 3.00am||Foxtel / Kayo|
Dane White ensured the UFC was one of the first sports to get back underway after lockdown with behind closed doors events in Florida and Abu Dhabi. The fighting continues this month live on Kayo.
9. Sheffield Sheild Cricket
Australia’s state cricketers are battling it out for the Sheffield Sheild this November, and possibly a place in Justin Langer’s squad for the summer internationals.
|November 2020||Games Every Weekend throughout November||Foxtel / Kayo|
10. PGA Tour
The PGA Tour is the leading golf tour on the planet, and is home to some of the biggest names in the sport. With tournaments running most weeks of the year, the Tour’s consistent presence and high quality make it must see for golf fans worldwide.
|Nov 2-8||LIVE: The Houston Open||Foxtel / Kayo|
|Nov 16-22||LIVE: The RSM Classic||Foxtel / Kayo|
Join Telstra Plus – rewards program
Earn points when you pay your bills on your Telstra subscriptions. Get access to benefits like a free Telstra TV, 3 months free Kayo Sports streaming, 9 months free BINGE streaming TV, NRL and AFL tickets, movie tickets.
Try Kayo Sports Free with this Trial Offer
One of the best things about choosing Kayo for watching your favourite sports online is that the first two weeks, a full 14 days, is completely free! All you need to do to take advantage of the 14 day free trial offer is to sign up and from there, you can choose to continue streaming either on the Basic or Premium plans.
The Basic plan, for a remarkably cheap $25/month, and lets you stream on 2 screens at the same time, while the Premium plan at $35/month is perfect for busy households, letting you stream on 3 screens simultaneously. No matter which plan you choose, you get all the features that Kayo has to offer included with no restrictions – and with no lock-in contracts whatsoever.
What people are asking about Kayo Sports
A company called Streamotion owns and operates Kayo, which is why you’ll occasionally see references to things like creating and managing your Streamotion account. Streamotion is a full-owned division of the Foxtel group of companies, which is how Kayo gets access to all the content from Fox Sports.
The pricing for Kayo Sports is kept very simple and straightforward. It’s either $25/month for Basic (which allows streaming on up to 2 screens at one time) or $35/month for Premium (3 screens at a time). Telstra mobile customers who choose to add Kayo to their bill can get a $10/month discount off either of those plans for the first 12 months.
While the exact amount of data you’ll use while streaming Kayo varies depending on what you’re watching and whether you’re using any of the special features (especially Split View) in general you should expect data usage to average around 3.25GB per hour. If you want to limit your data usage, you can set Kayo to stream in Standard Definition, which takes data usage down to 0.5GB per hour.
Thanks to its access to the full resources of Fox Sports as well as ESPN and beIN Sports, Kayo delivers over 30 sporting codes featuring multiple different leagues and competitions from Australia and around the world. If there’s a sport you follow, you’re almost certainly going to find it on Kayo. The 14-day free trial lets you check out the range of sports for yourself without spending a cent.
Because Kayo is the Australian licensee of the various sports that it streams from Australia and around the world, the service can’t be used from outside of Australia, even if you’re an Australian customer who’s travelling. Using a VPN to access Kayo from overseas is also not supported. Remember that as there’s no lock-in contract, you can pause your Kayo subscription if you’re heading overseas and seamlessly resume it when you return.
With a user base of nearly 3 million Australians, PlayStation 4 is a hugely popular device not just for games, but also for streaming video. Kayo is well aware of that, and has been working on a PS4 app for Kayo which is expected to be released before the end of 2020.
The versatile Apple TV is one of Kayo’s best-supported devices, and accessing Kayo on it is as easy as heading to the App Store app on the Apple TV itself. If you then move over to the “Apps” tab, you’ll see a list of the top free apps. Find the green Kayo logo in that list, click on it, and select “INSTALL”. You then just need to run the app from the Apple TV’s main menu and follow the on-screen instructions to get started.
You can have as many compatible devices as you like set up to access your Kayo account, but the amount of them that can access Kayo at the same time depends on which Kayo plan you’re on. For Basic plan users, up to 2 devices can stream at one time; the Premium plan increases that to 3 at once.
The Kayo app for Samsung smart TVs works on all smart Samsung models released in 2017 and later. You can find it by pressing the Smart Hub button on your TV remote, then heading to the Samsung Apps tab. Find the green Kayo app icon and select Download Now. The Kayo app will then be added to your Smart Hub menu.
While the Main Event channel doesn’t always appear on Kayo, you can now order and stream events from the channel as they happen and watch them directly on Kayo. You don’t need to have a current Kayo subscription to watch. You can see what’s coming up and buy access to the events you want at Kayo Sports’ website.
No – as a streaming service, Kayo doesn’t offer a recording feature at all. But it doesn’t need to, since all sports streamed by Kayo can be watched live, on delay “as live” or watched any time after the event has finished, complete with extra features for many sporting codes. On-demand replays are generally available for several weeks after the event, though how long depends on the particular sport.
Not at this stage; there have been plans mentioned to bring Kayo to Xbox One but at the moment, no time frame has been given for an app for that game console. For Fetch TV it’s unlikely there’ll ever be a Kayo app.
Because it’s designed to be used as a service focused on sporting codes and events rather than a TV schedule, Kayo doesn’t have a regular TV guide even though it offers some live channels. Instead, there’s a “Fixtures” menu which lays out what games are on when, code-by-code, making it easy to jump straight to what you want to watch.
Aside from the free 14-day trial which gives you access to all of Kayo Sports for free, you can actually access free months of Kayo if you’re a Telstra Plus member on the Silver or Gold tiers. Silver members get one month free, while Gold members get a full three free months of full Kayo access. Check your Telstra account page for details.
If you’re done with Kayo and want to cancel, head onto the Kayo web site and make sure you’re signed in. Click the menu icon at the top right, then click on “My Account”. Scroll to the bottom of that menu and click “Cancel Subscription,” then follow the prompts.