The 2021 NRL season is fast approaching its finale and there are some clear front runners for a place in the Grand Final in October. The race is now down to the last four, with a big weekend coming up for our potential finalists. With everything still to play for, you’ll want to know how you can watch every game from every round, live and on demand, in the lead up to the Grand Final with Kayo. Here we’re going to show you how it’s done.
2021 NRL Premiership
There’s always plenty of live NRL action to keep up with during the Telstra Premiership season, which runs from March through to October. As well as title glory, players are constantly fighting for places in the State Of Origin teams as well the ultimate honour of playing for their countries in next year’s Rugby World Cup.
As the business end of the season draws to a close, there are a handful of sides that stand as favourites to win the Grand Final. South Sydney Rabbitohs and the Melbourne Storm are leading the way along with Penrith Panthers and Manly Sea Eagles. Melbourne and South Sydney are many pundits favourites, but this finals series has been very tough to call so far.
Wondering how to watch it all unfold as the season closes out? Then Kayo Sports is the place to stream every game from every round live and on demand.
Kayo Sports 2021 NRL Fixtures
Here are the Live games on Kayo with no ad-breaks during play. NRL finals games are available to watch on Fox League via Kayo.
|Fri, September 24||Rabbitohs vs Sea Eagles||LIVE: 7.50pm||Nine / Foxtel / Kayo|
|Sat, September 25||Storm vs Panthers||LIVE: 4.00pm||Nine / Foxtel / Kayo|
Stream NRL with Kayo Sports
You can watch NRL online with a Kayo subscription. Kayo is available with stand-alone, no lock-in contract that gives you all the same channels like Fox Sports. Once you have created a Kayo account and completed your free trial, there are two types of plans to choose from.
A Basic Kayo plan costs $25/month, allowing you to stream on up to two devices at any one time. The second option is the Premium plan, which costs $35/month, with the ability to watch on up to three devices at any given time. And best of all, you get to try it all out for free with Kayo’s 14 day trial offer.
Both of these options allow you to watch and stream AFL games live or on demand.
Stream Rugby League w/ Kayo Sports FREE trial
Watch every game from every round of the NRL season, as well as NRL Nines, Super League and more – with a Kayo Sports 14 day Free trial.
Stream League with Kayo from Telstra
Alternatively, you can access Kayo with a Kayo Telstra offer. The 12-month contract option works out $10 cheaper every month over an annual period. The Basic package is reduced to $15/month, whilst the Premium option costs only $25/month, a big saving for those all-year-round sport fans who love their cricket and soccer as much as their footy and NRL.
Cheapest way to watch sport on Kayo this season
The best offer for Kayo is on Telstra this season. As a Telstra customer, get $10 off per month your Kayo subscription (so that’s just $15/month)! Claim this before 31 May 2022.
Kayo Sports NRL features
Kayo offers a heck of a lot more than just a standard view of the game. Because it was built with a sport audience in mind, Kayo’s designers have developed some innovative special features that you can access wt the touch of a button. Check them out below.
No Spoilers: Because you’re able to load up Kayo and start streaming from the beginning of a match even while it’s still in progress, a “No Spoilers” feature is built-in – and enabled by default. What this means is that if you want to stream a match from the start, you won’t ever see the current scores that are usually a part of the Kayo interface before you get to that point of the game. You could schedule an entire afternoon of matches for yourself and stream all of them as though they were being played live.
Split View: One of those features that’s more useful than most might think, this lets you keep watching your main game but choose up to three others to stream in windows on the same screen, so you can keep track of other matches – or even other sports – in real-time while you watch. It’s easy to switch between all four streams, too!.
Key Moments: Kayo’s Key Moments feature is a great way to see all the most important bits of a game without having to watch through the whole thing – fantastic if you’re watching a replay, and easy to use as well. You’ll see markers appear on the streaming timeline, signifying the start of a half, a try, a pen goal and more. Just click on the moment to jump to and you’re watching it instantly. It’s also great for jumping straight back for an instant replay.
Live Stats: Kayo keeps track of all the vital stats from each game, and you can view them in real-time – fed by info from Fox Sports’ dedicated statisticians – simply by pulling up a heads-up display with all the vital info right in front of you.
Other NRL content on Kayo Sports
As well as live plenty of League action, Kayo has a whole heap of League shows to keep seasoned fans entertained between matches. All of these shows are available live as they are broadcast on Fox Sports or later on demand. This exclusive Fox Sports content is only available with Foxtel and Kayo.
The Late Show With Matty Johns
Matty is joined by Gordie, Hindy, Fletch, Kenty and Hannah Hollis for an entertaining look at Rugby League. There is always a laugh to be had as the team review Thursday night’s action as well well as the weekend’s upcoming games. You can catch episode after every Thursday night game.
Ben Ikin and Paul Kent examine the biggest issues in Rugby League from all angles, as well as reviewing form, games and upcoming fixtures. Catch episodes every Monday, Tuesday and Wednesday from 7.30pm.
A comprehensive look at the day in the NRL, with a whole heap of well-known guests, league opinion and breaking NRL news. This show goes out on Foxtel and Kayo, Monday-Friday at 5.30pm
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