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The NRL Nines competition this year takes place in HBF Park, Perth, and is for the first time on Australian soil, with all four previous editions taking place in Auckland, New Zealand. The first match kicks off Friday the 14th of February and you won’t have to miss a key moment by using the choices listed in this NRL Nines on TV guide.
NRL Nines live stream online (and scores) starts from Friday, February 14th, 2020 to February 15th 2020 in NRL (National Rugby League) – Australia. You can find all NRL Nines live NRL rugby league game and scores by H2H matches. You can watch NRL Nines 2020, NRL season game live, stream (HD) online if you want. Here on nrllivestream.com you can find all the NRL 2020 seasons H2H matches.
If you would like to watch this 2020 Perth NRL Nines 2020 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.
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2020 NRL NINES POOLS
|Pool 1||Pool 2||Pool 3||Pool 4|
• Wests Tigers
• Sea Eagles
2020 NRL NINES SCHEDULE for MEN’S
|Panthers at Roosters||Fri, 14 Feb.||4:30 pm||HBF Park, Perth||Foxtel/LIVE PASS/KAYO||➤LIVE|
|Warriors at Knights||Fri, 14 Feb.||4:55 pm||HBF Park, Perth||Foxtel/LIVE PASS/KAYO||➤LIVE|
|Bulldogs at Eels||Fri, 14 Feb.||5:20 pm||HBF Park, Perth||Foxtel/LIVE PASS/KAYO||➤LIVE|
|Dragons at Sharks||Fri, 14 Feb.||5:45 pm||HBF Park, Perth||Foxtel/LIVE PASS/KAYO||➤LIVE|
|Raiders at Titans||Fri, 14 Feb.||6:10 pm||HBF Park, Perth||Foxtel/LIVE PASS/KAYO||➤LIVE|
|Wests Tigers at Rabbitohs||Fri, 14 Feb.||6:35 pm||HBF Park, Perth||Foxtel/LIVE PASS/KAYO||➤LIVE|
|Cowboys at Broncos||Fri, 14 Feb.||7:00 pm||HBF Park, Perth||Foxtel/LIVE PASS/KAYO||➤LIVE|
|Storm at Sea Eagles||Fri, 14 Feb.||7:25 pm||HBF Park, Perth||Foxtel/LIVE PASS/KAYO||➤LIVE|
|Knights at Panthers||Sat, 15 Feb.||11:10 am||HBF Park, Perth||Foxtel/LIVE PASS/KAYO||➤LIVE|
|Roosters at Warriors||Sat, 15 Feb.||11:35 am||HBF Park, Perth||Foxtel/LIVE PASS/KAYO||➤LIVE|
|Sharks at Bulldogs||Sat, 15 Feb.||12:00 pm||HBF Park, Perth||Foxtel/LIVE PASS/KAYO||➤LIVE|
|Eels at Dragons||Sat, 15 Feb.||12:25 pm||HBF Park, Perth||Foxtel/LIVE PASS/KAYO||➤LIVE|
|Rabbitohs at Raiders||Sat, 15 Feb.||12:55 pm||HBF Park, Perth||Foxtel/LIVE PASS/KAYO||➤LIVE|
|Titans at Wests Tigers||Sat, 15 Feb.||1:20 pm||HBF Park, Perth||Foxtel/LIVE PASS/KAYO||➤LIVE|
|Sea Eagles at Cowboys||Sat, 15 Feb.||1:45 pm||HBF Park, Perth||Foxtel/LIVE PASS/KAYO||➤LIVE|
|Broncos at Storm||Sat, 15 Feb.||2:10 pm||HBF Park, Perth||Foxtel/LIVE PASS/KAYO||➤LIVE|
|Quarter Finals||Sat, 15 Feb.||2:40 pm||HBF Park, Perth||Foxtel/LIVE PASS/KAYO||➤LIVE|
|Quarter Finals||Sat, 15 Feb.||3:05 pm||HBF Park, Perth||Foxtel/LIVE PASS/KAYO||➤LIVE|
|Quarter Finals||Sat, 15 Feb.||3:30 pm||HBF Park, Perth||Foxtel/LIVE PASS/KAYO||➤LIVE|
|Quarter Finals||Sat, 15 Feb.||3:55 pm||HBF Park, Perth||Foxtel/LIVE PASS/KAYO||➤LIVE|
|Semi Finals||Sat, 15 Feb.||5:20 pm||HBF Park, Perth||Foxtel/LIVE PASS/KAYO||➤LIVE|
|Semi Finals||Sat, 15 Feb.||5:45 pm||HBF Park, Perth||Foxtel/LIVE PASS/KAYO||➤LIVE|
|Grand Final||Sat, 15 Feb.||7:00 pm||HBF Park, Perth||Foxtel/LIVE PASS/KAYO||➤LIVE|
2020 NRL NINES SCHEDULE for WOMEN’S:
|Warriors at Roosters||Fri, 14 FEB||4:05 pm||HBF Park, Perth||Foxtel/LIVE PASS/KAYO||➤LIVE|
|Broncos vat Dragons||Fri, 14 Feb||8:05 pm||HBF Park, Perth||Foxtel/LIVE PASS/KAYO||➤LIVE|
|Roosters at Broncos||Fri, 15 Feb||10:20 am||HBF Park, Perth||Foxtel/LIVE PASS/KAYO||➤LIVE|
|Warriors at Dragons||Fri, 15 Feb||10:45 am||HBF Park, Perth||Foxtel/LIVE PASS/KAYO||➤LIVE|
|Broncos at Warriors||Fri, 15 Feb||4:20 pm||HBF Park, Perth||Foxtel/LIVE PASS/KAYO||➤LIVE|
|Dragons at Roosters||Fri, 15 Feb||4:45 pm||HBF Park, Perth||Foxtel/LIVE PASS/KAYO||➤LIVE|
|Women’s Final||Fri, 15 Feb||6:25 pm||HBF Park, Perth||Foxtel/LIVE PASS/KAYO||➤LIVE|
NRL Nines TV and Broadcast Guide
There are several options for watching the NRL Nines 2020 in Australia, but for this edition at least, there is actually no free to air broadcaster for the tournament. Foxtel has an arrangement with the NRL Live Pass network to screen all thirty matches, that is more than 12 hours of NRL Nines over two days and live, a partnership they’ll share.
Coverage from Foxtel comes from their Fox Footy channel which specializes in the Rugby League world. In addition to the NRL Nines Perth series, Fox Footy will be showcasing several other head-to-head pre-season matches including the Indigenous and Māori All Star game, as well as the World Club Challenge and Super League 2020 matches. Fortunately on Australia TV, there is more than one way to access Fox Footy, like Foxtel, Foxtel Now and the streaming channel of Kayo Sports, with each live and HD game available.
Watch the NRL Nines Live Stream Online Foxtel for FREE
In addition to televising live Fox Footy games, Telstra’s Foxtel and Foxtel will typically offer the same matches with NRL Nines TV replays airing later that day, as well as the ability to watch the NRL live online via compatible smartphone and internet connected devices via the Foxtel Go app.
You also have the option to watch NRL Nines 2020 online using Foxtel Now, which allows you to view all Fox Sports channels without a Pay TV subscription (via Foxtel Now Sport Pack). For good measure, Foxtel Now currently offers a 10-day FREE trial so you can try all of its content (over 50 sports in total) before any charge, and if you want to subscribe you can cancel at any time if you don’t use it anymore.
Watch the NRL 9s with NRL Live Pass
The NRL Live Pass is an option available during this same period for those who are not interested in the variety of other sport. Nonetheless, the consistency of the screenings does not deliver higher resolution from the other platforms and buffering issues are known to occur. The platform offers weekly, monthly or annual subscriptions and will screen live every game of the pre-season, regular season and playoff season including the NRL Nines 2020.
Subscriptions are available through the NRL App, which is included free, if you have one, with selected Telstra Mobile Phone plans. If you don’t just download the app from the Apple Store and play Google on a compatible device, choose from three payment options: $3.99/week, $14.99/month, or $99.99/an. There is also a 14 day cancel at anytime trial during pre-season games only.
Stream the 2020 Perth NRL Nines FREE on Kayo Sports
Another way to watch the NRL Nines live in Australia would be to use the 14 day Kayo Sports free trial, which does not have a lock-in contract and is available on two computers if you want to share it. Because Kayo is partnered with Fox Sports, it will broadcast the very same live Fox Footy games as Foxtel, but without the expense of Pay TV contracts. Kayo provides live NRL streaming for qualifying mobile devices and browsers, including select PC and Macs, iOS and Android phones and tablets, Google Chromecast, Apple and Telstra TV, as well as Safari, Firefox, Chrome and Microsoft Edge browsers, with new apps and services coming soon.
Kayo will also provide replays of the matches they are televising on request, should you need to catch up on the action that week. Furthermore, each game will be shown in High Definition, offering you greater clarity, while the No Spoilers choice enables fans to mask all outcomes, a very useful feature if you don’t want to know the outcomes before you’ve had a chance to watch a key On Demand case, along with a wide range of viewing options that aren’t accessible with alternatives.
Watch the Perth Nines Live Stream For Free
Although you won’t find the 2020 Perth Nines on Free to Air TV, Fox Sports will provide exclusive live coverage of play without ad-breaks, along with main match replays for those who want to watch the action again. Fans also have the option to use a number of internet connected devices to watch the Perth Nines online.
So if you’re an Australian citizen you might want to try out the 14-day free trial of Kayo Sports that provides almost the same live coverage as Fox Sports. You can watch the Perth Nines live with Kayo using selected PCs and Macs, iOS and Android phones and tablets, Apple and Telstra TV, Google Chromecast, Safari, Firefox, Chrome and Microsoft Edge. And you can use their No Spoilers feature to
2020 Perth NRL Nines Preview
The proper season might not start for a few months, but when the fifth edition of this event heads to Perth, NRL fans will get a taste of high class NRL action. Each of the 16 NRL teams, split over four pools, will play three games, with eight qualifying for the finals, and from that stage on it will be knockout until the last side is up.
When: Saturday 14th February – Sunday 15th February
Where: HBF Park, Perth
Back in 2014, the North Queensland Cowboys won the inaugural edition of this game, before the South Sydney Rabbitohs greeted in a thrilling final against the Cronulla Sharks which required extra time. The Parramatta Eels won the following year, although they were eventually stripped of the title due to salary cap violations that were later discovered and in the tournament’s most recent edition in 20
While many will question the legitimacy of such a competition in the lead-up to the season, organizers have ensured that teams will have plenty of incentive to give their best players a $1 million reward to the winner. In top of that, any team that is able to win both the Perth Nines and the NRL 2020 Premiership will earn a $1 million bonus, so expect to see the best of the best out of their putting on a display, and you can watch the Perth Nines live from start to finish.
About 2020 NRL Nines
The 2020 NRL Nines will be the NRL Nines ‘ fifth edition, and the first to be played outside Auckland. It will be held from 14-15 February 2020 at HBF Stadium, Perth. As previous tournaments, it will be contested by all 16 National Rugby League clubs, but the four NRL Women’s Premiership teams will also be competing for the first time as opposed to the Jillaroos and Kiwi Ferns as in for. The team plays 2 games in their pool, which will be against the teams in the other division. Then playoff in a knockout style tournament with the top 2 teams in each pool. While, the women’s tournament is a round robin with each team playing 3 games, one against each other, before the top 2 teams end up in the final. On 6 December 2019 the competition was drawn