Stream sport in style with Kayo
Kayo is Australia’s best and brightest sports streaming service showcasing a huge catalogue of sports from here and overseas. AFL, AFLW, A-league, NRL, Netball, Cricket, Basketball, Horse Racing – there’s something for every breed of sports fan.
The value you get with this streaming app with no lock-in contracts is amazing – a bit like Netflix or BINGE but for sport.
You can watch Kayo on your favourite device, including phone, tablet, or smart TV.
Streaming your favourite sport Live & On-Demand is one thing, but Kayo brings so much more to the table:
- Catch the action in HD - available on all plans 1
- SplitView - watch up to four games at once on a single screen 2
- Key Moments – skip to the best parts of a game
- No Spoilers - hide the scores and keep the suspense alive
- Personalised streaming – select your favourite teams
- Documentaries, news, analysis and commentary – delve deep and stay informed
Stream sport on Foxtel Now
Foxtel Now is a standalone service that lets you stream Foxtel to your devices with no installation or set top box required - great if you want your shows, movies and sport combined in a single subscription.
With Essentials plus the Sports pack, you can stream a huge range of sports live or on-demand including AFL, NRL, Rugby, Cricket, NBA, Baseball, Formula 1, V8 Supercars and so much more.
If you’re a Telstra customer, you can add Foxtel Now to your Telstra Account and pay the subscription as part of your bill.
Stream data free with Live Pass
Maybe you’re passionate about a single sport - Live Pass is the perfect way to zero-in and stream it on your phone or tablet. If you’re a Telstra mobile customer, you automatically get a Live Pass and can enjoy unmetered live streaming on the following apps:
- AFL Live Official
- AFLW Live Official
- NRL Official
- My Football Live Official
- Netball Live Official
You can download each app separately from the App Store (iOS) or from Google Play (android).
To confirm that you’re a Telstra mobile customer, disconnect from Wi-Fi and make sure you’re using the mobile network – then open the app and stream away, data free.
Along with live and on-demand streaming you can keep up with news, player interviews and game info.
This app has all the latest news, easy access ladder, results and fixtures, match ups and MUCH more. There is even a place where you can see injured players, everything a footy fan could ask for.
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Not a Telstra customer? You can buy a Live Pass for each app - AFL, NRL, Netball and Football (access to the AFLW Official app is free). Download the app you want and follow the prompts to subscribe. Data-charges apply across all sports.
Bring it all together on Telstra TV
It makes sense to add Kayo or Foxtel Now to your Telstra TV line up – and keep your streaming options together in one place.
You can also add Live Pass official apps to your Telstra TV and watch selected games live or catch-up on game replays:
- AFLW - watch every match live
- AFL - watch game replays and match highlights (available 12 hours after live game)
- NRL - watch game replays and match highlights (available 12 hours after live game)
- Netball live - watch selected games live and exclusive every week, plus game highlights
Here's how to add your streaming apps and get the ball bouncing:
Add Kayo, Foxtel Now or Live Pass appsIn the Telstra TV menu, go to the Apps Store. Find the app, select Add App and confirm.
LaunchOpen Kayo, Foxtel Now or Live Pass official apps from your Telstra TV home screen.
Watch sport on Australian free to air TV
Free to air TV channels are still a great way to keep up with your live sport and most channels have a companion app that offers catch-up or on-demand viewing.
- Seven – watch AFL, AFLW and Cricket (home test matches, Big Bash and Women’s Cricket Internationals) live on Channel 7. Stream AFLW live on 7plus.
- Nine – watch NRL and Suncorp Super Netball live on Channel 9 and stream live or catch-up on 9Now.
- ABC – watch Hyundai A-league live on ABC and stream on-demand via ABC iview
To make things even easier, you can watch free to air channels through the in-built tuner on your Telstra TV.
Stream sport with the speed of 5G
Bringing increased capacity, faster speeds and lower latency - 5G is great news for sports fans. If you have a 5G phone and plan, in a 5G overage area, you can enjoy super-fast downloads, extra responsiveness and less buffering.
Telstra built Australia’s first 5G network and it’s rapidly growing, check our coverage maps to find out more.
Streaming at home? Optimise your Wi-Fi coverage.
Streaming works best when you have access to reliable home internet – there’s nothing worse than losing connection at the crucial match winning moment.
If your family likes to spread out and stream sport on separate screens, you’ll also want wall-to-wall Wi-Fi coverage. The new Telstra Smart Wi-Fi Booster connects you to the optimal Wi-Fi signal and delivers more consistent Wi-Fi speeds with less video buffering - even as you move from room to room.
Now is a great time to get your home internet sorted – just in time to enjoy an action packed season of non-stop sport.
Sport-by-sport streaming summary for 2020
Let’s take a closer look at how to stream Australia’s biggest sports in 2020 – it’s been a challenging year, but here’s how to make the best of it: