Winter has arrived, and with the cold weather comes a slew of amazing sporting events, hosted both here and abroad.
There’s no need to go to the game or spend thousands on flights and tickets. All you need to secure the best seat at every game is a rock-solid internet connection to watch every moment with crystal clear resolution!
Here are some of our favourite upcoming events we’ll be streaming from the couch with a blanket and a hot cup of tea.
State of Origin - Game Three. Date: July 12
It’s state versus state and mate versus mate.
After Game 1 in Adelaide and Game 2 in Brisbane, the final game in the annual series between the New South Wales Blues and Queensland Maroons will be held in Sydney. Can the Blues save face? Or will the Maroons go for a clean sweep?
Wimbledon. Dates: July 3 - July 16
It’s one of the most famous sporting events in the world, attracting tens of thousands of spectators and millions of viewers each year.
While the time differences will result in many long, sleepless nights for us Aussie viewers, we can’t wait to cheer on some of our local tennis stars, including Jordan Thompson, Ajla Tomljanovic, Alex de Minaur and Daria Saville.
Tour de France Dates: July 1 - July 23
Why travel to the other side of the globe when you can enjoy the scenic surroundings of the French countryside from the comfort of your home?
Cycling enthusiasts are gearing up for the most prestigious event of the year, the Tour de France. While Jonas Vingegaard and Tadej Pogaca are the pre-event favourites, we’re sure to be cheering on local hero Jai Hindley!
Netball World Cup. Dates: July 28 - Aug 6
After losing to New Zealand in the nailbiting 2019 final, the Netball World Cup returns this July. As the teams make their way to South Africa, Australia will look to take back its title.
We can’t wait to watch the Aussie team shine bright like a diamond! Check out the Diamond’s schedule below!
- Australia vs Zimbabwe - Friday 28th July, 7pm
- Australia vs Tonga - Saturday 29th July, 7pm
- Australia vs Fiji - Sunday 30th July, 5pm
Women's FIFA World Cup. Dates: July 20 - Aug 20
It’s official: World Cup Fever has well and truly hit us! For the first time ever, the Women’s FIFA World Cup will make its way to the Southern Hemisphere!
While all matches are hosted across Australia, the best seat to catch all the action is right in front of your TV. Can Sam Kerr lead the Matildas to claim the crown? Check out the Matildas' schedule below:
- Australia vs Ireland - Thursday 20th July, 8pm
- Australia vs Nigeria - Thursday 27th July, 8pm
- Australia vs Canada - Monday 31st July, 8pm
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