RL on TV: Every rugby league game you can watch LIVE this week

Josh McAllister
Rugby league on TV

There is plenty of rugby league to watch on the TV this week, including the State of Origin decider and Saturday’s Super League.

The first televised game of the week comes from Down Under on Wednesday. It’s the State of Origin 2022 series decider, live from Suncorp Stadium. Queensland and New South Wales go head-to-head for the third time on Wednesday morning UK time, with a 11:10am kick-off on Sky Sports.

The NRL season continues on Friday, as in-form North Queensland Cowboys host fourth-placed Cronulla Sharks live on Sky Sports from 9:00am.

A top-end Super League clash then takes place Friday night live on Sky Sports with St Helens hosting Huddersfield at the Totally Wicked Stadium. Both go into the clash following wins at Magic Weekend.

There’s more NRL on Saturday morning live on Sky Sports. First up, Manly Sea Eagles take on Newcastle Knights at 8:30am, before Brisbane Broncos travel to Gold Coast Titans at 10:35am.

Then, Daryl Powell returns to the Mend-A-Hose Jungle as his Warrington side take on Castleford on Saturday. The game kicks off at 3:00pm.

In League 1, Cornwall’s trip to unbeaten Keighley on Sunday will be broadcast live on Our League with a 1:00pm kick-off.

Rugby league on TV this week:



Queensland v New South Wales | 11:10am | Sky Sports Arena



North Queensland Cowboys v Cronulla Sharks | 9:00am | Sky Sports Arena

Super League

St Helens v Huddersfield | 8:00pm | Sky Sports Arena



Manly Sea Eagles v Newcastle Knights | 8:30am | Sky Sports Arena

Gold Coast Titans v Brisbane Broncos | 10:35am | Sky Sports Arena

Super League

Castleford Tigers v Warrington Wolves | 3:00pm | Sky Sports Arena


Keighley v Cornwall RLFC  | 1:00pm | Our League

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