State of Origin 2024 Live Stream Channels

The highly anticipated State of Origin 2024 rugby event is set to electrify fans as it returns to the vibrant host city of Australia. Scheduled for the 5th of June 2024, the venue for this thrilling encounter will be the esteemed Accor Stadium. Rugby enthusiasts from around the globe are eagerly anticipating this clash of titans as two fierce rivals vie for supremacy on the field.

State of Origin 2024 Live Stream

Let’s check out all options to watch State of Origin Rugby online free from different countries below.

Australia and New Zealand

  • Nine
  • 9Now
  • Sky NZ (Sky Sport 4)

Other Countries

  • Sky UK — Sky Sports Arena & Main Event
  • Fox US — Fox Soccer Plus
  • Worldwide: WatchNRL or Sport24
  • Papua New Guinea: TVWAN Action
  • Digicel PNG
  • Digicel Tonga
  • TTV Solomon Islands
  • Nine Broadcasting
  • Mai TV Fiji
  • Fiji Broadcast
  • Cook Islands TV
  • beIN SPORTS France
  • Fox Netherlands
  • ESPN Africa
  • Rogers Canada
  • Sport 24 – Inflight and Cruise ships
  • Sport1 Germany
  • Fox Sports Asia

For those unable to attend the event in person, there are numerous options available to catch all the action live online. Fans in Australia and New Zealand can tune in to Nine’s streaming platform, 9Now, to witness every try, tackle, and triumph as it unfolds in real-time. Additionally, Sky NZ subscribers can access the game via Sky Sport 4, ensuring that rugby aficionados across the Tasman Sea can experience the excitement firsthand.

With the convenience of live streaming, supporters worldwide can immerse themselves in the intensity of State of Origin 2024, regardless of their location. Whether cheering from the stands or tuning in from afar, this prestigious rugby spectacle promises to deliver unforgettable moments and showcase the pinnacle of athletic prowess.

State of Origin 2024 Schedule

GameTeamsKick-off TimeDateVenueCity
1NSW vs Queensland8:00 pmJune 5thAdelaide OvalAdelaide
2NSW vs Queensland6:00 pmJune 26thSuncorp StadiumBrisbane
3NSW vs Queensland8:00 pmJuly 17thStadium AustraliaSydney