This Sunday, the North Queensland Cowboys will take on the Brisbane Broncos in an all-Queensland NRL Premiership Grand Final. Still working out when and where you plan to watch it? This guide has all the information you require.
Live near Sydney? The NRL Telstra Premiership Grand Final will commence on Sunday Olympic Park’s ympic Park’s ANZ Stadium. In addition to soaking in the live atmosphere of the match among 80,000 fans, there will also be a performance from ancient rock gods Cold Chisel. All tickets to the Grand Final include return travel on Sydney Trains and Major Event Buses. Head to Ticketek to get tickets before they sell out.
Channel Nine is the official free-to-air broadcaster of the National Rugby League and will provide coverage of this week’s final. The network kicks off its main broadcast from 7:15pm Sunday in the Eastern states. This equates to 5:15pm in Western Australia, 6:45pm in South Australia and 6:45pm in the Northern Territory.
Fox Sports is the official Pay TV broadcaster of the NRL. It will be covering the final on a range of packages. If you’re not a Foxtel subscriber and have no interest in its offerings, this is obviously the least cost-effective way to watch the final.
Stuck overseas during the big match? Telstra has helpfully provided a comprehensive list of international broadcast information for the NRL final. You can also try your luck with the NRL Livestream web app.
NRL Digital Pass
If you’d prefer to watch the game on your phone or tablet while on the go, subscribe to the NRL Digital Pass. You can sign up for a weekly pass for $2.99. If you haven’t signed up before, the first week is free. Hurrah!
Don’t discount your local pub — while the drinks might be overpriced, the crowd atmosphere and big screen TV should more than make up for it.