8 sport moments you can’t miss in 2019

With over 50 sports Live and On Demand, Kayo has content from FOX SPORTS Australia, ESPN and beIN Sports. Kayo is available on the web, on iOS and Android devices, and on TV with Apple TV, Telstra TV and Chromecast Ultra. Go to kayosports.com.au to sign up for your 14-day free trial.
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The New Year is almost upon us and 2019 looks set to be jam-packed with sporting events around the globe.

From the 53rd Super Bowl in the US to the Bathurst 1,000 and NRL Telstra Premiership at home, now is the time to start planning how to watch your favourite events.

We’ve rounded up the key sporting moments you shouldn’t miss, and the best bit is you can watch them all on new sport streaming service Kayo.

What sport can you watch on Kayo?

Showing over 50 sports live and on demand, Kayo — powered by FOX SPORTS Australia, ESPN and beIN Sports — features the best Australian sports, including the Domain Test Series cricket, AFL, NRL, Hyundai A-League and the Virgin Australia Supercars.

You’ll also be able to watch your favourite international competitions, such as NBA, NFL, Formula 1, MLB, European football, international rugby and American college basketball and football.

Kayo also comes with game-changing features like SplitView to watch up to four feeds simultaneously on selected devices, Key Moments to see only the highlights of a game, and No Spoilers to remove all scores from the app.

Best Sporting Events To Stream In 2019

Here’s our pick of what sport to watch in 2019.

Super Bowl LIII: February 3

The pinnacle of American football, the 53rd Super Bowl, is scheduled to take place at the Mercedes-Benz Stadium in Atlanta to determine the league champion for the 2018 NFL season. Maroon 5 are rumoured to be playing the famous Super Bowl Halftime Show.

2019 NRL Telstra Premiership: March 14 – October 6

Melbourne Storm vs Brisbane Broncos will kick off the 25-round NRL season, taking place on March 14 at AAMI Park in Melbourne.

NCAA March Madness: March 19 – April 8

A US institution and one of the country’s biggest sport tournaments, 68 teams battle it out to be the NCAA Division I college basketball national champion for the 2018–19 season.

2019 Toyota AFL Premiership Season: March 21 – September 28

Aussie Rules returns, with Carlton and Richmond meeting at the MCG for the first night of the 2019 opening round.

The Masters: April 11-14

The first of the major golf tournaments begins in April with the likes of Tiger Woods, Jordan Spieth and Justin Rose expected to join last year’s unlikely champion Patrick Reed on the hallowed Augusta National course.

ICC Cricket World Cup 2019: May 30 – July 14

It’s going to be the year of cricket as England and Wales host the 12th Cricket World Cup. Kicking it off is England versus South Africa at The Oval. The other countries competing are India, Australia, New Zealand, Pakistan, Bangladesh, Sri Lanka, Afghanistan and West Indies, with the final taking place at Lord’s.

Best of International Grand Slams: May – September

Tennis always provides some of the most unexpected thrills in sport and you can see coverage of every overseas Grand Slam on Kayo. The first is Roland Garos (French Open) from May 26 to June 9, then Wimbledon from July 1 to July 14 and the US Open, which starts on August 26 and ends on September 8.

Supercheap Auto Bathurst 1000: October 13

Australia’s greatest race returns in October for its 62nd running, as drivers descend on the Mount Panorama Circuit to vie for victory.

Watch all these events and more on Kayo, available on the web, iOS and Android devices, and on TV with Apple TV, Telstra TV and Chromecast Ultra. Sign up is easy — go to kayosports.com.au for your 14-day free trial and check every sporting event on Kayo here.

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