How to Watch the A-League in Australia

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How to Watch the A-League in Australia

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When is the A-League season?

Australia’s premiere soccer competition is the A-League, with 12 franchises from both Australia and New Zealand taking part. With expansion seemingly taking place in the A-League every season, it is one of the fastest growing football competitions on the planet. Traditionally, the A-League season gets underway in October and concludes in April/May the following year.

With COVID 19 gripping Australia, the 2019-20 A-League season was decimated before being played out behind closed doors between June and August 2020.

A-League Format

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From the 2020-21 season onwards, there will be 12 teams taking part in the A-League regular season. Each team plays 27 matches – with the top 6 teams progressing through to the play-offs.

From here, the teams placed 3rd to 6th face off for the right to take on the top 2 sides in the elimination final, with the semi-finals always featuring the two highest finishing sides in the league table before the A-League Grand Final concludes the season.

How to Watch or Live Stream the A-League

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As the most watched football league in Australasia, the global appeal of the A-League continues to rise and there are plenty of options for A-League fans to indulge in.

Live A-League streaming can be done through the Telstra Stream Football App, ensuring you never miss a game whilst on the move. In addition, all A-League games are shown on Fox Sports so can be streamed through any Foxtel subscription service.

Furthermore, ABC have the rights to 29 A-League matches per season meaning that the A-League is showing at least one game on free-to-air channels almost every weekend.

Live stream A-League on Kayo Sports

Kayo Sports has become the home of the A-League in recent times, with their comprehensive coverage a dream for most soccer fans.

All A-League fixtures are available through Kayo Sports, ensuring fans never miss a second of the action.

Every regular season fixture all the way through to the A-League Grand Final is shown live and in its entirety on Kayo Sports.

In addition to all of the action, there are weekly highlight and roundup shows for fans to enjoy as well as A-League documentaries and features to whet every fan’s appetite.

When it comes to a holistic viewing experience, Kayo Sports have you covered. With the Splitview feature, none of the action is missed – allowing fans to keep abreast of up to 4 A-League fixtures at any one time. Furthermore, the No Spoilers setting can be enabled, meaning that fans will not find out the result of a particular match, if they are not watching the action unfold live.

The basic Kayo subscription costs $25 a month, which allows users to watch all the sport they want on 2 screens at the same time, whilst a premium Kayo Sports subscription enables 3 simultaneous streams for $35 a month.

Kayo Sports offers subscribers access to over 50 sports, with action taking place all over the world – making it a must have for any sports fan.

New subscribers can also access a free, 14-day trial with Kayo Sports.

Watch the A-League on Fox Sports

Catching your team play every week is easy with Fox Sports as they are the premiere A-League broadcaster in Australia. With every game available, from round 1 to the Grand Final, Fox Sports have every A-League fan covered.

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About Sam Hayes

Combining his sports coaching career with freelance journalism, Sam is a sports betting writer for various online publications. He is looking to develop both his respective coaching and writing careers, whilst incorporating his other huge passion - travelling the world. Sam currently lives and works in Milan, Italy and playing/following/writing about cricket, football (soccer), tennis, formula 1 and golf continue to take up much of his spare time.