Australia’s only Super Rugby finalist, the Brumbies will put their season on the line as they play host to South African franchise the Sharks in the fourth quarter-final. This is The Roar’s guide to streaming the match online, or watching it on TV.
Kick-off is scheduled for 8:05pm (AEST) on Saturday, June 22, with the match set to be played at the Brumbies home ground in Australia’s Capital Territory, GIO Stadium.
The Brumbies qualified with a home position for the finals by virtue of finishing at the top of the tree in the Australian conference. With the Rebels and Waratahs both losing must-win games in the final round of the regular season, it means the Canberra-based franchise are the only team into the final eight from Australia.
The winner of this clash will play the winner of the Jaguares and Chiefs in the semi-finals next week. Should the Jaguares win, it will be held in Buenos Aires, however, should the Chiefs get up, the Brumbies or Sharks would hold home ground advantage.
As Fox Sports are the only broadcaster of Super Rugby in Australia, you will need to use their coverage to stream the match online.
The best way to do that is through Kayo Sports, who have the rights to all of Foxtel’s channels plus other selected events from $25 per month.
Foxtel’s streaming applications can also be used to access the broadcast. If you don’t already have a TV subscription, go with Foxtel Now and ensure your package has the sports channels included.
If you do already have a TV subscription with the sports channels included, then login to the Foxtel App and watch the games online as part of your package.
If you are looking to get involved in some banter throughout the match, then be sure to stop by The Roar, where you can get involved with our live blog and watch all the of the video highlights so that you won’t miss a moment of the action.
Prefer to watch the game on the big screen in Australia? Then there is only one option to do so.
As mentioned, Fox Sports have the exclusive rights in Australia, so you’ll need to tune in through their broadcast, which will begin at the conclusion of the earlier game between the Hurricanes and Bulls, which kicks off at 5:35pm (AEST).
To watch the coverage on Fox, you will need to have a valid Foxtel TV subscription.