International fans can watch every game of the 2022 Suncorp Super Netball Season live and on-demand, with NetballAustralia.TV launching to bring the world’s best netball league to overseas viewers.
In addition to the domestic broadcast deal with the Foxtel Group, NetballAustralia.TV has been announced as the official international subscription service for fans outside of Australia and New Zealand.
Fans can subscribe to NetballAustralia.TV, powered by Cluch, with two subscription packages – for $2.49 (AUD) per week or $29.99 (AUD) for the entire Suncorp Super Netball season, including Finals.
New Zealand fans won’t miss out on any of the action, with a broadcast announcement to be made in the coming days.
Australian viewers can watch every game of Suncorp Super Netball live and ad-break free during live play on the new home of netball – Fox Sports, available through Foxtel and Kayo.
Netball Australia CEO Kelly Ryan said the new international broadcast platform was key to inspiring more people to pick up a netball.
“We are incredibly pleased to launch NetballAustralia.TV and bring Suncorp Super Netball, the world’s best netball competition, to viewers right across the globe,” Ryan said.
“Our international fans are incredibly important to us and ensuring you are able to watch your favourite teams and players is crucial to growth of our competition.
"If more elite content is accessible to fans, be it on TV or through their mobile device, we’re helping tap into new audiences to attract them to the sport.
“This new platform allows viewers to watch Suncorp Super Netball from anywhere at any time, and we thank our overseas fans for their patience and importantly, their passion for our sport.”
The 2022 Suncorp Super Netball season begins this Saturday, headlined by a grand final re-match between the reigning premiers NSW Swifts and GIANTS Netball. The four-week finals series will begin on Saturday 18 June, before the Grand Final on Saturday 2 July.
*The streaming of Suncorp Super Netball matches on NetballAustralia.TV is not available in Australia and New Zealand. Data charges may apply.