Super Rugby League Live Stream: How To Watch Every Match In 2020 From Anywhere In The World
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With the disruption caused by the pandemic, we have seen a lot of sports leagues and tournaments have to go on hiatus this year. However, most of them are now staging some sort of return, with strict testing and hygiene protocols in place, and no fans in attendance. Rugby is one of these sports, where we will see the Super League return this month. The 2020 Super League season kicked off with two matches, Huddersfield vs Leeds and St Helens vs Catalan Dragons.
The Super League restarted with one fewer team than there was in March, as the Toronto Wolfpack withdrew from the tournament due to financial concerns, leaving 11 teams to finish this season. This will not have any real impact on the rest of the teams, as teams which had already played the Canadian team will see their points from those games deducted and the result negated, to put the remaining teams on an even playing field.
Further, there will be no relegation from the league this season, while there have been other changes on the pitch as well. One of the most significant rule changes is that there will be no scrums for the rest of the 2020 league season, which does beg the question of whether the nature of the sport has been changed due to this rule change. However, given the current circumstances, it is probably needed and is thus understandable.
All the action can be followed live online, and it follows in a number of other online initiatives that rugby has seen across the globe over the last few months. One of these measures had seen India host an online rugby tournament back in May. There were 32 teams from across the country which took part, with 80 matches over 14 days in the tournament called the Try Series. It was meant to drum up support for rugby in India, with teams advancing to the next round based on votes received on social media. This was part of a general trend in India as well where a lot of online services and entertainment platforms saw a lot of interest and traffic over the last few months. Indian live casino online was also a big favourite, with many people logging on to try their hand at casino games.
Coming back to the sport of rugby, fans across the globe will be able to watch the Super League, based on the guide below.
UK: Fans in the UK can catch all the live Super League action on Sky Sports, with Sky Sports Arena covering the league. Streaming can also be done through the Sky Go app. For non-Sky subscribers, they can check out Now TV and their Sky Sports pass, with monthly and yearly subscriptions on offer.
USA: FOX Sports has the coverage rights for the Super League in the US, with the Fox Sports Plus channel having the bulk of coverage. For those without a cable connection, streaming can be an option over the likes of YouTube or fuboTV.
Australia: Australian rugby fans will need to tune into Foxtel for their Super League fix, with Fox League providing all the action. Once again, if streaming is the way to go for you, Kayo Sports is an excellent option, with coverage of all games on Fox. It is cheaper and has a free two-week trial as well. Kayo Sports has full AFL and ARL coverage as well, meaning that Australian rugby is completely covered as well, along with other sports like football, tennis, golf, NBA basketball and others.