Network 10 currently have the broadcast rights to the Australia Cup 2022. All games from the play-offs and round of 32 onwards can be streamed on 10 Play, while select matches will also be shown on television via Channel 10 or 10 Bold.
|HOW TO WATCH|
TV Channel: Network 10
|WATCH LIVE FROM HERE|
Some preliminary round games will also be available on the Australia Cup Facebook page or My Football YouTube channel.
Ways to Watch Australia Cup Live on TV:
The Australia Cup won’t be broadcast on TV, so you’ll need to access the LIVE events the following ways:
During event times, the 10 Sport logo and associated match will appear where you currently find the 10, BOLD, SHAKE and PEACH icons. Click the icon as you currently would any of the other channels to be taken to the LIVE stream on the latest version of the following TV Apps:
- Apple TV
- Android TV
- Telstra TV
- Samsung TV
- Amazon Fire TV
Samsung Tizen TV
10 Play have a new Samsung app for models that are 2018 and newer which includes features such as Live TV.
If you have a model older than 2018 it is recommended you use Chromecast or Airplay to get the most out of your 10 play experience.
During event times, the LIVE stream is available via your mobile internet browser and also the 10 play app on your iPhone, Android and tablet in the Live section on the 10 play app homepage.
If you have a newer Chromecast device, you will still need to cast directly from the 10 play app on your mobile device. There are different ways to enable Chromecast depending on the device you are using to cast content.
For countries without a broadcast rights deal, all matches will be shown on the My Football YouTube Channel.
|Bosnia, Croatia, Kosovo, North Macedonia, Montenegro, Serbia and Slovenia||Arena Sport||Semi finals and Finals|
|China||KBALL||Semi finals and Finals|
|Germany, Switzerland, Austria||Sport Digital||Semi finals and Finals|
|Hong Kong||MYTV Super||Semi finals and Finals|
Belize, Costa Rica, El Salvador, Guatemala, Honduras, Mexico, Nicaragua
Panama, Argentina, Bolivia, Brazil, Chile, Colombia, Ecuador, French Guiana, Guyana, Paraguay, Peru, Suriname, Uruguay, Venezuela, Cuba,
Dominican Republic, Haiti, Guadeloupe, Martinique, Puerto Rico
Saint-Barthelme and Saint-Martin
|ESPN +||All matches from round of 32 onwards|
|South East Asia – Brunei, Cambodia, Indonesia, Malaysia, Singapore, Thailand||BeIN Sports||Selected matches from Round of 32 + 16
All matches from QF onwards
|USA||ESPN +||All matches from round of 32 onwards|
|United Kingdom||BT Sport||All matches from QF onwards|
|Vietnam||VEION||Semi finals and Finals|
How to Watch on FOXTEL with the Sports Pack
A FOXTEL Subscription with Sports Pack gives you access to:
WATCH ALL TV MATCHES OF THE FFA CUP:
Live and exclusive match coverage of the FFA Cup games on TV (From Round of 32 onwards).
If you have a FOXTEL Subscription with the Sports Pack, you could be eligible for a complimentary FOX SPORTS Digital Subscription which gives you access to:
- LIVE STREAM OF THE FFA CUP
- FULL REPLAYS OF EVERY GAME
Foxtel Sports Pack Customers, using their FOXTEL My Account login, may receive complimentary access to the FOX SPORTS Digital Subscription, including access to the FOX SPORTS App, FOXSPORTS.com.au and registered access to the network of trusted News websites.
If you do not have your FOXTEL My Account login details, you need to register by visiting www.foxtel.com.au/myaccount
The Round of 32 commences on Thursday, July 21 with a full line up of four matches on one night. The remaining matches will be played over three (3) weeks in late July and early August. See fixtures here.
Select matches are available to watch via live stream on the My Football YouTube channel as well as Australia Cup and Member Federations Facebook pages.