What’s on Kayo Sports – the Top 10 Sporting Events to Watch
In the short time it’s been available to Australia’s millions of sports fans, Kayo Sports has become the go-to way to watch the best of premium sport streamed live from across Australia and all around the world. Backed by the huge resources of Fox Sports, Kayo delivers live sport to fans in a brand new way – letting you take control of the way you watch, where you watch and when.
Kayo Sports delivers the sporting codes that matter and the sporting events that keep people glued to the screen – NRL, AFL, Formula 1, NBA, Cricket, Tennis and many more. In fact, Kayo offers over 50 sports with more being added all the time. You can follow the sports that mean the most to you, stream matches live, on delay or on demand, and take advantage of world-leading special features that bring your sports viewing into the 21st century.
There’s more sports covered by Kayo than anyone else, all of them delivered with superb high definition picture quality that looks just as great on your tablet as it does on your TV. Massively popular sports covered by Kayo include:
What Features does Kayo Sports Offer?
Because Kayo operates entirely via broadband internet, it’s able to do more than just broadcast live streams of sporting events at you. The internet is a two-way medium, and Kayo Sports has built their apps with that very much in mind. So alongside the many and varied high quality streams of live sports, you get access to a range of Kayo’s game changing features that give you more options and ways to watch.
One of the best examples is Key Moments, which you can access when watching a game on delay or replay, putting markers on the video timeline for all the big events of the game – marks, wickets, tries and so on – which you can jump directly to. Speaking of watching on delay, not only is Kayo the only way you can start watching a game from the start if you come in half way through, but the No Spoilers feature means you won’t find out the result before you finish watching the game. Split View lets you put up to four streams of different events or camera angles on screen at the same time, great for busy footy weekends! And the brilliant Kayo Minis offer a way to catch up with a condensed version of a game that includes all the important stuff but lets you get up to speed in 15 to 30 minutes, rather than hours.
Compare Kayo Sports Plans
- 14 Day Free Trial
- No Contract
- Watch on 3 devices concurrently
- Over 50 sporting events available Live and On Demand.
This Month’s Highlights on Kayo Sports
January is a big month for sports with several major events reaching their final and championship stages. Of course, there’s also the continuation of the 2019/20 Hyundai A-League season, the NBA, NHL and NFL, as well as plenty of international cricket action and the Australian Open. 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. Australia v New Zealand Test Series
Australia has kicked off the summer in style after they enjoyed a few months off to celebrate their win of The Ashes in England earlier this year. They demolished both Sri Lanka and Pakistan in their respective T20 series, and began the five-day cricket season with an innings win over Pakistan. New Zealand are a good side and will likely pose a more significant challenge as they hunt for their first Test series win on Australian soil since 1986. Check out the lineup of Test cricket matches set for this month:
|3-7 January||Australia v New Zealand 3rd Test from 10.30am AEDT|
Get Kayo Sports FREE Trial
Stream over 50 sports like Cricket (including BBL), NBA and A-League Live and On Demand. Get your 14 day FREE trial with no lock in contracts!
2. Australia v India ODI Series
The summer of cricket doesn’t end with the Australia v New Zealand Test series, with a three-game ODI series against India set to continue the action from the 14th of January. Clashes between these two sides are always fierce, and with the likes of many of the world’s best players involved, including Virat Kohli, Rohit Sharma, David Warner and Steve Smith, this series isn’t likely to be any different.
|14 January||Australia v India 1st ODI|
|17 January||Australia v India 2nd ODI|
|19 January||Australia v India 3rd ODI|
3. 2019/20 Big Bash League
One of the biggest domestic T20 tournaments in the world and a highlight of the Australian summer of cricket, the Big Bash returned on the 17th of December, 2019. The Renegades will be looking to defend their title after an incredible victory in the 2018/19 final against cross-town rivals the Stars, but there are a number of potential challengers. Take a look below to find out how you can watch every game throughout January:
|Saturday 4 January||Melbourne Stars v Melbourne Renegades||7.10pm||Kayo / Foxtel|
|Sunday 5 January||Sydney Sixers v Adelaide Strikers||6.40pm||Kayo / Foxtel / Seven|
|Sunday 5 January||Perth Scorchers v Hobart Hurricanes||9.40pm||Kayo / Foxtel|
|Monday 6 January||Sydney Thunder v Brisbane Heat||7.10pm||Kayo / Foxtel / Seven|
|Tuesday 7 January||Melbourne Renegades v Perth Scorchers||7.10pm||Kayo / Foxtel / Seven|
|Wednesday 8 January||Adelaide Strikers v Sydney Sixers||3.40pm||Kayo / Foxtel|
|Wednesday 8 January||Melbourne Stars v Sydney Thunder||7.10pm||Kayo / Foxtel / Seven|
|Thursday 9 January||Brisbane Heat v Hobart Hurricanes||7.10pm||Kayo / Foxtel / Seven|
|Friday 10 January||Melbourne Renegades v Melbourne Stars||7.10pm||Kayo / Foxtel / Seven|
|Saturday 11 January||Sydney Thunder v Hobart Hurricanes||6.10pm||Kayo / Foxtel|
|Saturday 11 January||Perth Scorchers v Brisbane Heat||9.10pm||Kayo / Foxtel|
|Sunday 12 January||Adelaide Strikers v Melbourne Renegades||3.40pm||Kayo / Foxtel|
|Sunday 12 January||Melbourne Stars v Sydney Sixers||7.10pm||Kayo / Foxtel / Seven|
|Monday 13 January||Hobart Hurricanes v Perth Scorchers||7.10pm||Kayo / Foxtel / Seven|
|Tuesday 14 January||Brisbane Heat v Adelaide Strikers||3.40pm||Kayo / Foxtel|
|Wednesday 15 January||Sydney Thunder v Melbourne Renegades||6.10pm||Kayo / Foxtel / Seven|
|Wednesday 15 January||Perth Scorchers v Melbourne Stars||9.10pm||Kayo / Foxtel / Seven|
|Thursday 16 January||Sydney Sixers v Hobart Hurricanes||7.10pm||Kayo / Foxtel / Seven|
|Friday 17 January||Adelaide Strikers v Brisbane Heat||3.40pm||Kayo / Foxtel|
|Saturday 18 January||Melbourne Stars v Perth Scorchers||3.40pm||Kayo / Foxtel|
|Saturday 18 January||Sydney Thunder v Sydney Sixers||7.10pm||Kayo / Foxtel / Seven|
|Sunday 19 January||Hobart Hurricanes v Adelaide Strikers||2.45pm||Kayo / Foxtel / Seven|
|Sunday 19 January||Brisbane Heat v Melbourne Renegades||7.10pm||Kayo / Foxtel / Seven|
|Monday 20 January||Sydney Sixers v Melbourne Stars||6.40pm||Kayo / Foxtel / Seven|
|Monday 20 January||Perth Scorchers v Sydney Thunder||9.40pm||Kayo / Foxtel / Seven|
|Tuesday 21 January||Melbourne Renegades v Hobart Hurricanes||7.10pm||Kayo / Foxtel / Seven|
|Wednesday 22 January||Adelaide Strikers v Melbourne Stars||7.10pm||Kayo / Foxtel / Seven|
|Thursday 23 January||Brisbane Heat v Sydney Sixers||7.10pm||Kayo / Foxtel / Seven|
|Friday 24 January||Hobart Hurricanes v Sydney Thunder||6.10pm||Kayo / Foxtel / Seven|
|Friday 24 January||Perth Scorchers v Adelaide Strikers||9.10pm||Kayo / Foxtel / Seven|
|Saturday 25 January||Sydney Sixers v Melbourne Renegades||3.40pm||Kayo / Foxtel|
|Saturday 25 January||Melbourne Stars v Brisbane Heat||7.10pm||Kayo / Foxtel|
|Sunday 26 January||Sydney Thunder v Perth Scorchers||2.45pm||Kayo / Foxtel / Seven|
|Sunday 26 January||Adelaide Strikers v Hobart Hurricanes||7.10pm||Kayo / Foxtel / Seven|
|Monday 27 January||Melbourne Renegades v Brisbane Heat||2.45pm||Kayo / Foxtel / Seven|
|Thursday 30 January||Eliminator||TBD||Kayo / Foxtel / Seven|
|Friday 31 January||The Qualifier||TBD||Kayo / Foxtel / Seven|
4. 2019/20 Hyundai A-League
The 2019/20 A-League season kicked off on October 11 and will run until May 16, with this season showcasing 11 teams for the first time: ten located across Australia and one from New Zealand. Check out the schedule below for rounds 9 to 12:
|1-4 January||Round 13|
|10-12 January||Round 14|
|17-19 January||Round 15|
|24-26 January||Round 16|
5. 2020 Australian Open
The 2020 tennis season will as always begin with a bang courtesy of the Australian Open, one of the season’s four Grand Slams and one of the biggest events on the Australian sporting calendar. The action kicks off on the 20th of January and runs through until the 2nd of February, and will see the world’s best battle it out for supremacy at the iconic Melbourne Park.
6. 2019/20 Rugby Sevens season
This exciting adaptation of rugby union returned on the 6th of December, when the first of ten men’s events kicked off the new season in Dubai. The season will run through until the end of May when it culminates in Paris, and you can check out all the fixtures for the month of January below:
|25-26 January||Hamilton Sevens|
7. NBL 2019/20 season
Australia’s top level basketball association is rapidly growing in popularity, thanks in no small part to the presence of former NBA players like Andrew Bogut and Aaron Brooks and future top ten draft picks Lamelo Ball and RJ Hampton. The NBL season continues throughout January and will culminate with a finals series in March of 2020.
8. 2019/20 NBA Regular Season
The NBA 2019/20 season began on October, 2019 and will run until April 15, 2020. This season is the closest we’ve seen for a while with a number of highly talented teams in contention for the Championship, and January will see teams look to consolidate their positions in the standings as we head towards the latter stages of the season. The playoffs will begin on April 18, 2020 and will end with the finals in June 2020.
9. 2019/20 NFL Playoffs
Entering the 2019-20 season the New England Patriots were the reigning champs, but they were knocked out in the Wild Card playoffs by the Titans and the race is wide open. 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.
10. 2019/20 NHL Season
Now in its 103rd season, the National Hockey League is more exciting than ever with 31 teams competing in an 82-game regular season that began on October 2. Games will continue on until April 4, 2020, after which the 2020 Stanley Cup playoffs shall begin.
Get Discounted Movie Tickets with Telstra Plus
Telstra Plus members get discounted movie tickets from $12.50 every day of the week, plus a free large popcorn and drink combo upgrade. Also get access to discounted music, arts and sporting events. Join now!
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.