Watch Canberra Raiders Game Live Stream Online 2020

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Canberra Raiders live stream online (and score) starts from Friday, March 13th, 2020 in NRL (National Rugby League) – Australia. You can find all Canberra Raiders live NRL rugby league game and score by their H2H matches. You can watch Canberra Raiders 2020 NRL season game live, stream (HD) online if you want. Here on you can find all Canberra Raiders the NRL 2020 seasons their H2H matches.

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If you would like to watch this Canberra Raiders 2020 all season NRL rugby league game on TV you’ll probably find it on some more popular channels like FOXTEL (Australia), Channel 9 (Australia), Kayo Sports (From Anywhere), Premier Sports (UK), Fox Sorts Go (USA), OSN (Middle East citizens), BeIN Sports (France), DZAN (Japan and German), Roger Sportsnet (Canada) etc.

Canberra Raiders NRL 2020 Telstra Premiership Regular Season schedule:

1Raiders at TitansFri, 13 Mar.6:00 pm (AEDT)GIO Stadium
2Warriors at RaidersSat, 21 Mar.3:00 pm (AEDT)Eden ParkLive
3Raiders at DragonsThu, 26 Mar.8.05 pm (AEDT)GIO StadiumLive
4Raiders at Sea EaglesFri, 3 Apr.8.05 pm (AEDT)GIO StadiumLive
5Panthers at RaidersSun, 12 Apr.4:05 pm (AEST)Panthers StadiumLive
6Raiders at KnightsSat, 18 Apr.3:00 pm (AEST)McDonalds ParkLive
7Raiders at RabbitohsSun, 26 Apr.2:05 pm (AEST)GIO StadiumLive
8Bulldogs at RaidersSat, 2 May5:30 pm (AEST)Suncorp StadiumLive
9Tigers at RaidersSat, 9 May5:30 pm (AEST)Scully ParkLive
10Raiders at PanthersSun, 17 May2:05 pm (AEST)GIO StadiumLive
11Roosters at RaidersSat, 23 May7:35 pm (AEST)HBF ParkLive
13Storm at Raiders6 Jun. 67:35 pm (AEST)AAMI ParkLive
14Raiders at WarriorsSun, 14 Jun.2:05 pm (AEST)GIO StadiumLive
15Raiders at RoostersSun, 28 Jun.4:05 pm (AEST)GIO StadiumLive
16Sharks at RaidersSun, 5 Jul.4:05 pm (AEST)Netstrata Jubilee StadiumLive
17Raiders at BroncosFri, 10 Jul.5:30 pm (AEST)GIO StadiumLive
18Raiders at EelsSat, 18 Jul.5:30 pm (AEST)GIO StadiumLive
19Dragons at RaidersSun, 26 Jul.2:05 pm (AEST)WIN StadiumLive
20Cowboys at RaidersSat, 1 Aug.7:35 pm (AEST)Townsville StadiumLive
21Sea Eagles at RaidersSat, 8 Aug.7:35 pm (AEST)LottolandLive
22Raiders at TigersSun, 16 Aug.4:05 pm (AEST)GIO StadiumLive
23Rabbitohs at RaidersSat, 22 Aug.5:30 pm (AEST)Central Coast StadiumLive
24Titans at RaidersSun, 30 Aug.2:05 pm (AEST)Cbus Super StadiumLive
25Raiders at StormSat, 5 Sep.7:35 pm (AEST)GIO StadiumLive

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About The Canberra Raiders Rugby League Club

The Canberra Raiders are a Australian professional rugby league football club based in Canberra, Australian Capital Territory, the national capital. We have played since 1982 in Australasia’s elite competition for rugby league, the National Rugby League (NRL) premiership. The club won 3 Premierships over this time (out of 6 Grand Finals played). Since 1994 they have not won a grand final and in 2019 they last played in a grand final. They won 1 wooden spoon and selected to play for the Australia National Rugby League Team a total of 15 of their players (9 New South Wales Blues and 6 Queensland Maroons). Current home ground for the Raiders is Canberra Stadium (GIO Stadium) in Bruce, Australian Capital Territory. The team had previously played home matches at Seiffert Oval in Queanbeyan, New South Wales, with the 1990 move to AIS Stadium in Bruce. For the Canberra Raiders the official emblem is the Viking. The Viking is also known as Victor the Viking, a mascot at Raiders ‘ games.

In the 1982 season, the Raiders were admitted to the League as part of the first extension of the New South Wales Rugby Football League premiership outside of Sydney, along with the Illawarra Steelers. They progressed gradually in the following years, making a 5th playoff in their third season, and becoming the first non-Sydney team to finish in the finals (1987), appear in a grand final (1987) and win a premiership (1989). That heralded a period of great club success, with five grand Final appearances in eight years and three Premierships. The Raiders boasted international players like Mal Meninga, Laurie Daley, Ricky Stuart, Glenn Lazarus, Bradley Clyde, Gary Belcher, Brett Mullins, and Steve Walters during this time. The Super League War came after this, with the Raiders returning to rebel competition before deciding to play in the re-unified NRL. The Raiders endured an exodus of experience during the 2000s. The Raiders roster at the start of the 2009 season featured only four players who had played at the national stage. Joel Monaghan and Terry Campese both led the Australian team during the 2008 Rugby League World Cup, with Monaghan featuring for the NSW blues in the 2008 State of Origin Series third game as well.