Here's how to watch the 2018 NRL Grand Final live from anywhere

Michael Dodge/Getty ImagesBilly Slater of Melbourne Storm

The NR grand final kicks off this Sunday, September 30 at 7:20pm AEST.

The Roosters of Sydney’s east will take on last year’s champions Melbourne Storm at ANZ Stadium.

Here’s how to watch the game live, even if you’re overseas.

On free-to-air TV

Channel 9 holds the rights to the NRL. Depending on the region you are in, it might be Channel 9 or Gem on your TV.

On your smartphone or tablet

If you sign up to Channel 9’s free live and on-demand streaming service 9Now, you can watch the game live via the app for Android and iPhone.

You could also sign up to Foxtel which offers a free 2-week trial of its subscription service.

Both of these options support Chromecast, so you can stream the game to your TV.

And if you’re a Telstra mobile customer, you’re in luck because you can download the NRL Live Pass app for free for Android and iPhone here.

However, NRL Live Pass doesn’t support Chromecast streaming.

On the PC or laptop

Similar to the options for your smartphone and tablet, if you sign up to 9Now, you can watch the game there.

You could also sign up to Foxtel with its free 2-week trial.

On radio

2GB and Triple M in Sydney, 4BC in Brisbane, and ABC Radio Australia-wide will be airing the match.

From a pub in Australia

GameOn! has a nifty list and map of all the pubs and clubs in Australia showing the game if you’re in the mood to get loud and rowdy.

From overseas

To watch on your smartphone or tablet, you will need to download the Watch NRL Global app here for Android and iPhone.

If you’re on a PC or laptop, head to Watch NRL.

Unfortunately it’s not free, and will set you back $25 for a weekly pass.

Apart from finding a local pub or club showing the game, it’s your only option for catching the game if you’re overseas.

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