Kayo Sports

What's Streaming on Kayo Sports


Kayo is Australia’s newest way to watch sports. Stay ahead of the game with access to over 50 different sports, live or on-demand, able to be streamed to a number of eligible devices. Join the Kayo Generation. Your sports. Your way.

Having launched late last year, Kayo Sports is Australia’s biggest sports-dedicated streaming service. Offering the best in sports from both Australia and abroad, Kayo orders all of the action into one convenient place, putting over 50 sports at your fingertips. Using the best sports and shows from the Foxtel TV guide – including ESPN, beIN Sports and Fox Sports – there’s always something on offer, and with the ability to watch up to four different events simultaneously on the one screen you’ll be able to pack more sport into your life than ever before. This includes the Supercars Championship, Formula One, Super Rugby, every NRL and AFL match on the schedule before the grand final, as well as the entire 2019 ICC Cricket World Cup plus so much more.

Kayo TV Guide

Kayo offers two different plans, both of which offer great value for subscribers. You can choose either the Basic or the Premium Plan, the former of which allows you to stream on two devices at one time for $25/month, and the latter of which gives you three devices for $35/month. A comprehensive review of Kayo reveals many other game-changing features including Key Moments, which allows you to catch all the highlight the easy way, and No Spoilers, which enables you to see the scores only when you’re ready. With over 50 different sporting codes shown live, and the latest matches, featured events and shows available on-demand, the Kayo TV guide has everything you’re looking for and more.

Kayo Sports vs Free to Air TV

One of the biggest advantages of Kayo, in addition to being able to watch at home on Mac desktop or stream to a mobile device such as your Apple iPhone, is the amount of sport you can find on the service that’s not available on any Free to Air TV guide. The range of both local and international sport available on it that can’t be found on a non-subscription service makes it an attractive prospect for sports lovers, with the list of exclusive sport events that will be airing on Kayo shown below this page.

Current Eligible Devices

The range of eligible mobile and desktop devices is expanding weekly, and you can check back here for the most up-to-date list. Currently, Kayo can be streamed on the following devices:

  • Mac and PC desktops and laptops
  • iOS 11+ powered mobiles and tablets, and 4th generation Apple TV’s
  • Android powered tablets and mobiles
  • Chromecast Ultra and above, and similar capability Android TVs

Live Streaming and a Free Trial Offer

Not only do Kayo Sports let you stream over 50 Aussie and international sports, shows and documentaries from the likes of Fox Sports, ESPN, beIN Sports, RedBull TV and more, they also give you the opportunity to try out their service using a 14 day free trial. If you should decide the service isn’t for you prior to the end of the 2 week period, simply cancel and you won’t pay a cent.

Kayo TV Highlights for June 2019

  • F1 Canada Grand Prix Live: Saturday 8 June – Monday 10 June
  • F1 French Grand Prix Live: Friday 21 June – Monday 24 June
  • US Open Golf Live: Friday 14 June – Monday 17 June
  • MotoGP Grand Prix Italy Live: Sunday 2 June
  • MotoGP Grand Prix Spain Live: Sunday 16 June
  • MotoGP Grand Prix Netherlands Live: Sunday 30 June
  • WSL – Margaret River Pro Live: May 29 – June 9 (Australia)
  • WSL – Oi Rio Pro Live: June 20 – June 28 (Brazil)
  • NBA Finals Live: Finals begin Friday May 31 – June 16 (TBD)
  • 2019 NRL premiership Live: Rounds 12-15
  • 2019 AFL premiership Live: Rounds 11-15
  • Rugby Championship Live: July 18 – August 14
  • V8 Darwin Supercars Live: June 14 – June 16
  • Le Mans 24 Hours Live: June 15 – June 16
  • Super Rugby 2019 Live: Rounds 16-18
  • Super Rugby Finals Live: June 22 – July 6
  • NHL Stanley Cup Finals Live: May 27 – June 12 (TBD)
  • Cricket World Cup: Every match Live June 1 – July 14
  • State of Origin (Replays only): June 5 and June 23
  • The 2019 Wimbledon Tennis Live: July 3 – 16

Kayo Sports TV highlights and live match fixtures shown as Sydney time, adjust schedule for regional differences. See the complete 2019 Cricket World Cup live TV fixtures list below this section.

Kayo Plans

Basic
  • Service Only Plan
  • 1 Content Genres
$25/mth
$25 for Basic subscription; no lock-in contracts

Premium
  • Service Only Plan
  • 1 Content Genres
$35/mth
$0 for two-week free trial, $35 for Premium subscription; no lock-in contracts.

Kayo Sports Library with Date List

SportEventDates
AFLAFL Premiership
Mar-Sept
AFLAFL Finals Series (excluding Grand Final)Sept
AFLAFLXFeb
AFLJLT Community SeriesFeb-Mar
AFLU18 ChampionshipJune
AFLNAB Rising Star Award CeremonySept
BaseballMLBMar-Oct
BasketballFIBA BasketballAll Year
BasketballNBLOct-Feb
BasketballWNBLOct-Dec
BasketballNBAOct-June
BasketballWNBAMay-Sept
BasketballNCAA BasketballNov-Mar
CricketAustralia v India TestNov-Jan
CricketAustralia v Sri Lanka
Jan-Feb
CricketAustralia v India ODIJan
CricketKFC Big Bash LeagueDec-Jan
CricketCommbank Series – Women’sNov-Feb
CricketRebel Women’s BBLDec-Jan
CricketAllan Border Medal/Belinda Clark MedalFeb
CricketJLT One Day SeriesSept-Oct
Cricket2019 World CupMay 30 – July 14
CricketIntl & Domestic Tests, ODI’s and T20’sAll Year
CyclingUCI CyclingFeb-Nov
DartsPremier League DartsFeb-May
DartsWorld Darts ChampionshipDec
DartsWorld MatchplayJuly
DartsWorld Cup of DartsFeb
DartsDarts Grand PrixOct
DartsThe MastersNov
DartsMelbourne/Perth MastersAug
EquestrianTop global eventsYear-round
Field HockeyHockey World CupDec
FootballHyundai A-LeagueOct-May
FootballW-LeagueOct-May
FootballFFA CupJuly-Dec
FootballAustralia SocceroosAll Year
FootballAustralia MatildasAll Year
FootballAFC Champion LeagueFeb-Nov
FootballFIFA Club World CupDec
FootballLa LigaAug-May
FootballSerie AAug-May
FootballLigue 1Aug-May
FootballBundesligaAug-May
FootballMajor League SoccerMar-Dec
FootballEFLAug-May
FootballFA CupAug-May
GolfUS MastersApril
GolfUS OpenJune
GolfBritish OpenJuly
GolfUSPGA ChampionshipsAugust
GolfUSPGA Fedex CupJan-Nov
GolfAsian Tour GolfFeb-Dec
GolfEuropean PGA TourJan-Dec
GolfChampionship TourJan-Nov
GolfLadies European TourFeb-Dec
GolfUSLPGAJan-Nov
GolfWorld Golf ChampionshipFeb-Aug
GolfAmateur Golf ChampionshipJune
GolfBritish Senior OpenJuly
GymnasticsGymnastics AustraliaAll Year
MMAUFCJan-Dec
MotorsportMotoGPMar-Nov
MotorsportWorld Superbike ChampionshipMar-Nov
MotorsportVirgin Australia Supercars ChampionshipMar-Dec
MotorsportFIA Formula 1 World ChampionshipMar-Nov
MotorsportIndyCar SeriesMarch – Sept
MotorsportFIM SpeedwayApr-Oct
MotorsportFIA World RallycrossApr-Nov
MotorsportFIA Formula E ChampionshipDec-July
RowingWorld Rowing CupMay-July
RowingWorld Rowing ChampionshipSeptember
Rugby LeagueCharity ShieldFebruary
Rugby LeagueNRL PremiershipMar-Sept
Rugby LeagueNRL Telstra Premiership Finals Series (excluding Grand Final)September
Rugby LeagueNRL Women’sSept-Oct
Rugby LeagueRugby League Test MatchesMay-Nov
Rugby LeagueIntrust Super Premiership/Supercup/NRL State ChampionshipMar-Oct
Rugby LeagueSuper League (UK) Challenge CupFeb-Oct
Rugby UnionVodafone Super RugbyFeb-Aug
Rugby UnionSuper WMar-Apr
Rugby UnionRugby ChampionshipAug-Oct
Rugby UnionBledisloe CupAugust 10 & 17
Rugby UnionSix NationsFeb-Mar
Rugby UnionNational Rugby ChampionshipAug-Nov
Rugby UnionCurrie CupJuly-Oct
Rugby UnionRugby World CupSept 20 – Nov 2
Rugby UnionRugby 7’s MenDec-May
Rugby UnionRugby 7’s WomenDec-May
Rugby UnionAviva Premiership Rugby (UK)Sept-May
SailingWorld Match RacingJuly-Feb
SailingSail GPFeb-Sept
SailingSuperfoilers GPFeb-Dec
SurfingWorld Surfing League (Men and Women)Feb-Dec
SurfingBig Wave TourApr-Oct
TennisRoland GarrosMay-June
TennisWimbledonJune-July
TennisUS OpenAug-Sept
TennisATP 250 World TourJan-Oct
TennisDavis CupFeb-Nov
TennisWTAJan-Oct
TennisFed CupFeb-Nov
TraithlonITU World Triathlon SeriesMar-Sept
US FootballNFLSept-Feb
US FootballNCAA College FootballAug-Dec
VolleyballInternational Volleyball TournamentsAll Year

Cricket World Cup Live on Kayo: Full Fixtures List (AEST)

DateEventTimeChannel
Tuesday 18 JuneEngland v Afghanistan7.30pmFoxtel / Kayo
Wednesday 19 JuneNew Zealand v South Africa7.30pmFoxtel / Kayo
Thursday 20 JuneAustralia v Bangladesh7.30pmNine / Foxtel / Kayo
Friday 21 JuneEngland v Sri Lanka7.30pmFoxtel / Kayo
Saturday 22 JuneIndia v Afghanistan7.30pmFoxtel / Kayo
Saturday 22 JuneWest Indies v New Zealand10.30pmFoxtel / Kayo
Sunday 23 JunePakistan v South Africa7.30pmFoxtel / Kayo
Monday 24 JuneBangladesh v Afghanistan7.30pmFoxtel / Kayo
Tuesday 25 JuneEngland v Australia7.30pmNine / Foxtel / Kayo
Wednesday 26 JuneNew Zealand v Pakistan7.30pmFoxtel / Kayo
Thursday 27 JuneWest Indies v India7.30pmFoxtel / Kayo
Friday 28 JuneSri Lanka v South Africa7.30pmFoxtel / Kayo
Saturday 29 JunePakistan v Afghanistan7.30pmFoxtel / Kayo
Saturday 29 JuneNew Zealand v Australia10.30pmNine / Foxtel / Kayo
Sunday 30 JuneEngland v India7.30pmFoxtel / Kayo
Monday 1 JulySri Lanka v West Indies7.30pmFoxtel / Kayo
Tuesday 2 JulyBangladesh v India7.30pmFoxtel / Kayo
Wednesday 3 JulyEngland v New Zealand7.30pmFoxtel / Kayo
Thursday 4 JulyAfghanistan v West Indies7.30pmFoxtel / Kayo
Friday 5 JulyPakistan v Bangladesh7.30pmFoxtel / Kayo
Saturday 6 JulySri Lanka v India7.30pmFoxtel / Kayo
Saturday 6 JulyAustralia v South Africa10.30pmNine / Foxtel / Kayo
Tuesday 9 JulySemi Finals 1st vs 4thNine / Foxtel / Kayo
Thursday 11 JulySemi Finals 2nd vs 3rdNine / Foxtel / Kayo
Sunday 14 JulyCricket World Cup FinalNine / Foxtel / Kayo