Over the next two weeks, there are 50 live rugby league games for you to watch – all kicking off at different times, meaning you can watch them all.
Parramatta and Melbourne start the NRL weekend on Thursday morning live on Sky Sports, and then you can watch the rest of the NRL games live on Watch NRL.
The Challenge Cup gets underway on Friday, with eight ties over the weekend – and a further four to be scheduled next weekend, likely adding to the feast of live coverage.
And then next Friday, Super League kicks-off with a double header at Headingley as champions St Helens take on Salford and newcomers Leigh face Wigan.
Games are broadcast on Sky Sports, BBC Sport, Our League and Watch NRL, all noted below.
And this doesn’t include the streaming broadcasts available each weekend from the French Elite Championship.
Fri 19th March: NZ Warriors v Newcastle Knights (7am, Watch NRL), Gold Coast v Brisbane (9am, Sky), Sheffield v York (7.45pm, The Sportsman)
Sat 20th March: Canterbury v Penrith (4am, Watch NRL), Manly v South Sydney (6.30am, Watch NRL), North Queensland v St George-Illawarra (8.30am, Watch NRL), Oldham v Barrow (12.45pm), London B v Keighley (3pm), Whitehaven v Dewsbury (5.15pm), Halifax v Batley (7.30pm)
Sun 21st March: Wests v Sydney (5am, Watch NRL), Cronulla v Canberra (7am, Watch NRL), West Wales v Widnes (12.45, BBC), Featherstone v Bradford (3pm, BBC), Swinton v Newcastle (5.15pm)
Thurs 25th March: Penrith v Melbourne (9am, Sky)
Fri 26th March: St George-Illawarra v Manly (7am, Watch NRL), South Sydney v Sydney (9am, Sky), St Helens v Salford (6pm, Sky), Leigh v Wigan (8.15pm, Sky)
Sat 27th March: Canberra v NZ Warriors (4am, Watch NRL), Brisbane v Canterbury (6.30am, Watch NRL), Parramatta v Cronulla (8.30am, Sky), Wakefield v Leeds (3pm, Sky), Catalans v Hull KR (5.15pm, Sky)
Sun 28th March: Newcastle v Wests (6am, Watch NRL), North Queensland v Gold Coast (8am, Watch NRL), Hull v Huddersfield (12.30pm, Sky), Castleford v Warrington (2.45pm, Sky)
Thurs 1st April: Manly v Penrith (10am, Watch NRL), Wigan v Wakefield (6pm, Sky), Hull KR v St Helens (8.15pm, Sky)
Fri 2nd April: Canterbury v South Sydney (6am, Watch NRL), Melbourne v Brisbane (10am, Watch NRL), Warrington v Leigh (12.45pm, Sky), Leeds v Castleford (3pm, Sky), Oldham v Swinton (5.15pm), Featherstone v Batley (7.30pm)
Sat 3rd April: Cronulla v North Queensland (7.30am, Watch NRL), Gold Coast v Canberra (9.30am, Watch NRL), Salford v Hull (12.45pm, Sky), Huddersfield v Catalans (3pm, Sky) York v Toulouse (5.15pm), Dewsbury v Whitehaven (7.30pm)
Sun 4th April: Newcastle v St George-Illawarra (7am, Watch NRL), Sydney v NZ Warriors (9am, Watch NRL), Sheffield v Bradford (12.45pm), Halifax v London B (3pm), Newcastle v Widnes (5.15pm)
Games live on Our League app unless otherwise stated.