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Finals Week 1: Everything you need to know to tune in

The regular season is done and dusted and the eight contenders get serious this weekend as they go in search of the ultimate prize.

The Telstra Premiership finals series kicks off with a heavyweight showdown between defending premiers Melbourne and Tommy Turbo's in-form Sea Eagles.

Saturday sees the Roosters and Titans square off in a sudden-death clash in Townsville before Penrith and Souths renew their rivalry, the winner earning a week off and the loser living to fight another day.

The final game of the weekend pits Newcastle and Parramatta in an elimination final which promises to be a ripping contest.

For the on-field action in week one of the finals, NRL.com will have live match centres which include updates as they happen, in-match highlights and live audio coverage.

The NRL Daily Briefing news podcast is now available on Apple Podcasts. It can also be downloaded on Google Podcasts.

And if you have an Alexa-enabled device you can download the NRL skill at amazon.com.au.

There have been changes to Telstra's Live pass in 2021. More information on the changes can be found here.

For the individual matches, fans can follow the games here (all times AEDT):

Finals Week 1

Friday, September 10 – Storm vs Sea Eagles – Sunshine Coast Stadium 7.50pm AEST

  • Nine (Sydney/Brisbane/Melbourne), GEM (Adelaide/Perth)
  • Foxtel – Fox League (nationally)
  • Sky Sport 4 (New Zealand)
  • 9Now
  • Kayo Sports
  • Radio: ABC, Triple M, 2GB, 4BC, NRL Nation

(or via the Match Centre in NRL App or NRL.COM)

International Coverage:

  • WatchNRL: Not available in Australia, New Zealand or Pacific Regions
  • TVWAN Action (Papua New Guinea)
  • Sky Sports Arena (UK)
  • Cook Islands
  • Digital Tonga
  • Fiji Broadcast
  • Fox US (Fox Soccer Plus)
  • Rogers Canada
  • Fox Netherlands
  • ESPN Africa
  • BeIN Sports (France)
  • Fox Sports Asia
  • Sport24 (Worldwide In-Flight/In-Ship – excl Australia, New Zealand or Pacific Regions)

 

Saturday, September 11 – Roosters vs Titans – Queensland Country Bank Stadium 5.40pm AEST

  • Nine (Sydney/Brisbane), GEM (Melbourne/Adelaide/Perth)
  • Foxtel – Fox League (nationally)
  • Sky Sport 4 (New Zealand)
  • 9Now
  • Kayo Sports
  • Radio: ABC, Triple M, 2GB, 4BC, NRL Nation

(or via the Match Centre in NRL App or NRL.COM)

International Coverage:

  • WatchNRL: Not available in Australia, New Zealand or Pacific Regions
  • TVWAN Action (Papua New Guinea)
  • Sky Sports Mix (UK)
  • Cook Islands
  • Digital Tonga
  • Fiji Broadcast
  • Fox US (Fox Sports 2)
  • Rogers Canada
  • Fox Netherlands
  • ESPN Africa
  • BeIN Sports (France)
  • Fox Sports Asia
  • Sport24 (Worldwide In-Flight/In-Ship – excl Australia, New Zealand or Pacific Regions)

 

Saturday, September 11 – Panthers vs Rabbitohs – Queensland Country Bank Stadium 7.50pm AEST

  • Nine (Sydney/Brisbane), GEM (Melbourne/Adelaide/Perth)
  • Foxtel – Fox League (nationally)
  • Sky Sport 4 (New Zealand)
  • 9Now
  • Kayo Sports
  • Radio: ABC, Triple M, 2GB, 4BC, NRL Nation

(or via the Match Centre in NRL App or NRL.COM)

International Coverage:

  • WatchNRL: Not available in Australia, New Zealand or Pacific Regions
  • TVWAN Action (Papua New Guinea)
  • Sky Sports Mix (UK)
  • Cook Islands
  • Digital Tonga
  • Fiji Broadcast
  • Fox US (Fox Soccer Plus)
  • Rogers Canada
  • Fox Netherlands
  • ESPN Africa
  • BeIN Sports (France)
  • Fox Sports Asia
  • Sport24 (Worldwide In-Flight/In-Ship – excl Australia, New Zealand or Pacific Regions)

 

Sunday, September 12 – Eels vs Knights  – Browne Park 4.05pm AEST

  • Nine (Sydney/Brisbane), GEM (Melbourne/Adelaide/Perth)
  • Foxtel – Fox League (nationally)
  • Sky Sport 4 (New Zealand)
  • 9Now
  • Kayo Sports
  • Radio: ABC, Triple M, 2GB, 4BC, NRL Nation

(or via the Match Centre in NRL App or NRL.COM)

International Coverage:

  • WatchNRL: Not available in Australia, New Zealand or Pacific Regions
  • TVWAN Action (Papua New Guinea)
  • Sky Sports Mix (UK)
  • Cook Islands
  • Digital Tonga
  • Fiji Broadcast
  • Rogers Canada
  • Fox Netherlands
  • ESPN Africa
  • BeIN Sports (France)
  • Fox Sports Asia
  • Sport24 (Worldwide In-Flight/In-Ship – excl Australia, New Zealand or Pacific Regions)

 

QRL Intrust Super Cup

One Saturday Intrust Super Cup match each weekend will be streamed live and free exclusively on Kayo Freebies.

This Saturday on Kayo Freebies PNG Hunters and Tweed Seagulls at 2pm (AEST).

Fans can access Kayo Freebies by downloading the Kayo Sports app or visiting kayosports.com.au/freebies and registering for an account. Kayo Freebies are free and no credit card details are required to register and start streaming.

Intrust Super Sundays will also be available on a variety of platforms including app as well as on the NRL Network.