Don’t miss all the action from the 2019 Hyundai A-League games and start streaming on Kayo Sports or Foxtel from Telstra.
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Now into its 14th season, the A-League has been steadily growing since its inauguration in 2005, and is now as popular as it’s ever been. The 2018/19 season kicked off in October, and will see each team play one another three times over the course of a little over six months before the finals take place in May of 2019. Last year’s champions Melbourne Victory and the best team throughout the course of the 2017/18 season in Sydney FC join Perth Glory as the clear front-runners heading into the new year, though Melbourne City are nipping at the heels of the three primary contenders. With so much action still remaining in the season, however, there is still more than enough time for things to change.
Foxtel is the home of the A-League, and Fox Sports of Australia is the only place where you can catch every single game of the season live. The best way to access Foxtel is through Foxtel from Telstra, which offers the world’s best sports at discounted prices and will have you cheering on every goal throughout the A-League season. Foxtel from Telstra and Kayo Sports are the streaming alternatives, and with the 14 days Kayo Sports free trial you have the option of watching the Hyundai A-League online at home using Apple TV, Telstra TV, or Chromecast, or if you’re out and about you can stream every A-League game directly to an eligible mobile device. Alternatively, you can watch just one live match per week of the A League free to air on the Ten Network.