2020 Perth Nines Live Stream and NRL on Air TV Replay Schedule


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If you’re excited about the 2020 NRL season the Perth Nines is the place to be as all sixteen teams descend on HBF Park for two days of fast-paced league action, and you can enjoy every minute of the action when watching live on a standard or HD TV, or streaming the event to a mobile or internet connected device with a Free trial.

2020 Perth Nines Preview

The season proper might not start for a couple of months, but NRL fans will get a taste of high-class NRL action when the fifth edition of this event heads to Perth. Each of the 16 NRL teams, spread across four pools, will play three games, with eight qualifying for the finals, and from then it’s knockout until the last side is standing.

When: Saturday 14 February – Sunday 15 February
Where: HBF Park, Perth

The North Queensland Cowboys won the inaugural edition of this event back in 2014, before the South Sydney Rabbitohs saluted in a thrilling final which required extra time against the Cronulla Sharks. The next year the Parramatta Eels won, though they were ultimately stripped of the title due to salary cap breaches which were later discovered, and in the most recent edition of the tournament in 2017, the Sydney Roosters took it out.

Though many may question the legitimacy of such a tournament in the lead-up to the season, organisers have ensured that teams will have plenty of motivation to field their best teams courtesy of a $1 million prize which will be given to the winner. On top of that, a $1 million bonus will be awarded to any team that is able to win both the Perth Nines and the NRL 2020 Premiership, so expect to see the best of the best out their putting on a show, and you can watch the Perth Nines live from start to finish.

Perth Nines LIVE TV Times

DateEventTime (AEDT)Channel
Saturday 14 FebruaryPerth Nines Day 17.00pm – 11.30pmFoxtel / Kayo
Sunday 15 FebruaryPerth Nines Day 21.30pm – 10.30pmFoxtel / Kayo

*Shown as Sydney time and includes both the Men’s and Women’s matches. For exact teams and times see the NRL Nines TV schedule below. Perth Nines Free to Air not available in Australia.

Watch the Perth 9s Live and Free

While you won’t find the 2020 Perth Nines on Free to Air TV, Fox Sports will provide exclusive Live coverage with no ad-breaks during play, along with the key match replays for those who want to enjoy the action once again. Fans also have the option to watch the Perth Nines online using a variety of internet connected devices.

So if you’re a resident of Australia you may wish to check out the Kayo Sports 14 day free trial which offers the exact same live coverage as Fox Sports. With Kayo you can stream the Perth Nines live using 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. And with their No Spoilers feature you can hide the scores while you check out the other sport action happening at the same time.

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NRL Nines Day 1 & Day 2 LIVE TV Fixtures (Sydney time)

Date Event Time Channel
Friday 14 February Pre Game Show6.30pm Kayo / Foxtel
Friday 14 February LIVE: Warriors (w) v Roosters (w) 7.05pm Kayo / Foxtel / NRL Live Pass
Friday 14 February LIVE: Panthers v Roosters 7.30pm Kayo / Foxtel / NRL Live Pass
Friday 14 February LIVE: Warriors v Knights 7.55pm Kayo / Foxtel / NRL Live Pass
Friday 14 February LIVE: Bulldogs v Eels 8.20pm Kayo / Foxtel / NRL Live Pass
Friday 14 February LIVE: Dragons v Sharks 8.45pm Kayo / Foxtel / NRL Live Pass
Friday 14 February LIVE: Raiders v Titans 9.15pm Kayo / Foxtel / NRL Live Pass
Friday 14 February LIVE: Tigers v Rabbitohs 9.40pm Kayo / Foxtel / NRL Live Pass
Friday 14 February LIVE: Cowboys v Broncos 10.05pm Kayo / Foxtel / NRL Live Pass
Friday 14 February LIVE: Storm v Sea Eagles 10.30pm Kayo / Foxtel / NRL Live Pass
Friday 14 February LIVE: Broncos (w) v Dragons (w) 10.55pm Kayo / Foxtel / NRL Live Pass
Saturday 15 February Pre Game Show1.00pm Kayo / Foxtel
Saturday 15 February LIVE: Roosters (w) v Broncos (w) 1.20pm Kayo / Foxtel / NRL Live Pass
Saturday 15 February LIVE: Warriors (w) v Dragons (w) 1.45pm Kayo / Foxtel / NRL Live Pass
Saturday 15 February LIVE: Knights v Panthers 2.10pm Kayo / Foxtel / NRL Live Pass
Saturday 15 February LIVE: Roosters v Warriors 2.35pm Kayo / Foxtel / NRL Live Pass
Saturday 15 February LIVE: Sharks v Bulldogs 3.00pm Kayo / Foxtel / NRL Live Pass
Saturday 15 February LIVE: Eels v Dragons 3.25pm Kayo / Foxtel / NRL Live Pass
Saturday 15 February LIVE: Rabbitohs v Raiders 3.55pm Kayo / Foxtel / NRL Live Pass
Saturday 15 February LIVE: Titans v Tigers 4.20pm Kayo / Foxtel / NRL Live Pass
Saturday 15 February LIVE: Sea Eagles v Cowboys 4.45pm Kayo / Foxtel / NRL Live Pass
Saturday 15 February LIVE: Broncos v Storm 5.10pm Kayo / Foxtel / NRL Live Pass
Saturday 15 February LIVE: 1st Pool 1 v 2nd Pool 2 5.40pm Kayo / Foxtel / NRL Live Pass
Saturday 15 February LIVE: 1st Pool 2 v 2nd Pool 1 6.05pm Kayo / Foxtel / NRL Live Pass
Saturday 15 February LIVE: 1st Pool 3 v 2nd Pool 4 6.30pm Kayo / Foxtel / NRL Live Pass
Saturday 15 February LIVE: 1st Pool 4 v 2nd Pool 3 6.55pm Kayo / Foxtel / NRL Live Pass
Saturday 15 February LIVE: Broncos (w) v Warriors (w) 7.20pm Kayo / Foxtel / NRL Live Pass
Saturday 15 February LIVE: Dragons (w) v Roosters (w) 7.45pm Kayo / Foxtel / NRL Live Pass
Saturday 15 February LIVE: Winner QF1 v Winner QF2 8.20pm Kayo / Foxtel / NRL Live Pass
Saturday 15 February LIVE: Winner QF3 v Winner QF4 8.45pm Kayo / Foxtel / NRL Live Pass
Saturday 15 February LIVE: Women’s Final 9.25pm Kayo / Foxtel / NRL Live Pass
Saturday 15 February LIVE: Men’s Final 10.00pm Kayo / Foxtel / NRL Live Pass

Perth Nines Players to Watch

Nine players on the field with plenty of free space means there will be lots of room for James Tedesco to remind the Rugby League world how good he is. Of course, the winner of the 2019 Dally M has little to prove, but with the wide open spaces which will be on offer for the dynamic fullback, he will be keen to get off to another big start in the lead-up to the 2020 NRL Season.

Melbourne Storm’s Josh Addo-Carr has, at just 24 years of age, already established himself as one of the exciting players in the world, and the winger will relish the format of the Perth Nines. Arguably the fastest player in the NRL, Addo-Carr loves nothing more than getting out in space, and with so few players on the field he should be able to showcase his skills throughout this tournament.

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