What’s on Kayo Sports – TV Show Top 10 Highlights
Kayo Sports is all about delivering the hottest and most watched sporting events from Australia and beyond, and making it more accessible to loyal viewers in the country. Featuring major sporting codes like the NRL, AFL, Formula 1, NBA, Cricket, Tennis, among many others, Kayo offers over 50 sports that’s available as it happens live and on demand for your own convenience.
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What’s great about Kayo is how it not only features some of the major sporting events in the world, but it delivers it in such a way that’s interactive and innovative to sports fanatics looking to experience their favourite events in the best way possible. Some of Kayo’s game-changing features include Key Moments, which gives you the best highlights of each match/game, No Spoilers, which allows you to see the scores only when you’re ready, and SplitView, which lets you stream up to 4 games at once in real time. There’s also the new Kayo Minis, which gives you a condensed version of the whole game from start to finish, making you feel as though you’ve actually watched the entirety of it but without taking up too much of your time.
The Best Content Available on Kayo Sports
September is a big month for sports with several major events reaching its final and championship stages. Of course, there’s also the kick off of the 2019 Rugby World Cup, plus continuing games from FIBA Basketball World Cup. So without further ado, here are the top sporting events that you can catch both live and on demand all month long on Kayo.
1. 2019 Rugby World Cup
The 2019 Rugby World Cup runs from the 20th of September until the final on November 2nd, and Kayo Sports will have every match LIVE with no ad-breaks during play. For the first time ever, the tournament will be held in Japan. This is great news for Aussie viewers as the tournament will be on in a perfect time zone – no more 5 am wake ups! While New Zealand are deserved favourites (as expected), several teams have made great strides since the last World Cup, making the 2019 edition perhaps the most open in recent memory. Australia’s dominant win over the All Blacks in Perth in August 2019 – followed up by an equally devastating loss to the All Blacks in Auckland just one week later – has shown that anything can happen in Rugby Union.
|Sept 20 – Oct 13||Rugby World Cup Matches|
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2. 2019 FIBA Basketball World Cup
The 2019 FIBA Basketball World Cup will see 32 teams from around the globe compete, a significant increase on the 24 who played in previous versions of the event. Eight pools of four teams will compete against one another, with the top two from each advancing to the Second Group Stage, where four new pools of four teams will be formed. Again, each side will play those in the same pool once, with the top two from each pool advancing to the Knockout Phase. The USA will, as usual, head in as favourites, but after a huge swathe of talent decided to focus their attention on the upcoming NBA season and opted out of the tournament, they appear far more vulnerable than they might have. Teams like Serbia, Greece, Spain, and of course the Aussies will be looking forward to the prospect of upsetting a USA team which has dominated the last two editions of the tournament.
|Aug 31 – Sept 15||Continuing games|
3. 2019 US Open Tennis
The final Grand Slam on the Tennis circuit heads to Flushing Meadows in New York once again for the 2019 US Open, where most eyes will be on several veteran players for different reasons. The Big Three of Djokovic, Nadal and Federer will, as usual, be the comfortable favourites on the men’s side of this year’s event, while Serena Williams looks ready to rock and roll at her home town open. She has plenty of high quality competition though, and you won’t miss a minute of this premier hard-court action when watching live on TV or streaming on Kayo.
|Aug 27 – Sept 9||Continuing matches|
4. 2019 AFL Premiership Finals
The 2019 AFL Finals have finally arrived, after a season filled with high intensity matches and lots of talking points has left eight teams still standing to fight it out for the greatest prize in Australian football. The West Coast Eagles are the defending premiers, but will have some stiff competition for this year’s Grand Final match up.
|Sept 5-7||Finals Week 1|
|Sept 13-14||Finals Week 2|
|Sept 20-21||Finals Week 3|
|Sept 28||Grand Final|
5. 2019 NRL Premiership Finals
The final round of the 2019 NRL Premiership continues this month, which will be followed by the long awaited Qualifying and Elimination finals, Semi-finals, Preliminary finals, and Grand Final on October 6. The Sydney Rabbitohs continue their fight as defending champs, but not without any challenges coming from the rest of the other remaining teams in the league. For the roundup of NRL fixtures, check out the list below:
|Sept 5-8||Round 25|
|Sept 13-15||Qualifying and Elimination Finals|
|Sept 27-28||Preliminary Finals|
|Oct 6||Grand Final|
6. Formula 1 World Championship
The excitement continues with the Formula 1 Grand Prix races this September. From the practices to the qualifiers, and all the way to the grand prix, you can tune in to two of the races that will be happening all month long. Check out the complete list of F1 Grand Prix races for September below:
|Sept 6-9||Italian Grand Prix|
|Sept 20-22||Singapore Grand Prix|
|Sept 27-29||Russian Grand Prix|
7. V8 Supercars Auckland SuperSprint
The pinnacle of motor racing in Australia is the V8 Supercars, and the twenty-first edition of this popular competition promises to be one of the best yet with the return of your favourite drivers, teams and vehicles, who will compete in 15 fixtures over the course of the year. The 2019 championship chase begins with the Adelaide 500 in South Australia, and finishes at the Newcastle 500 in New South Wales, and you can catch all races live and on demand on Kayo.
|Sept 13-15||Auckland SuperSprint|
8. 2019 MotoGP World Championship
The most popular motorcycle racing season in the world has begun with nineteen exciting fixtures on this year’s MotoGP, Moto2, and Moto3 calendar. The 2019 MotoGP races kicked off with a season opener in Qatar and will end with the closing event in Valencia. This month, we’ll see three races that you can tune in to. Check out the race schedules for September below:
|Sept 13-15||Grand Prix San Marino Live|
|Sept 20-22||Grand Prix Aragon Live|
9. WSL Championship Tour
Surf’s up with the fifth season of the World Surf League Championship Tour, which consists of the top 22 surfers from last year, the ten best from the previous years’ Qualifying Series Rankings who haven’t already qualified, plus two wildcards. Both Gabriel Medina (men’s) and Stephanie Gilmore (women’s) are looking to defend their titles with continuing tours happening this month.
|Sept 19-22||Surf Ranch Pro|
10. 2019/20 NFL Season
Entering the 2019-20 season the New England Patriots are the reigning champs, but a number of teams have improved their rosters and will be looking to upend the Tom Brady and Bill Belichick led dynasty. Don’t miss a minute of the available NFL Season action when you can watch live at home or stream games to a mobile device with Kayo Sports.
|Sept 6||Season kick off match|
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