The 2019 State of Origin dates for the 1st game has been released. Brisbane will host the first Game on the 5th of June and the kick-off will take place at 8 pm. Let’s check out complete live stream options and updates of State of Origin 2019 below.
State of Origin Game 2 live stream broadcasting channels
Rugby fans actually want to catch the State of Origin game 2 between QSD Vs NSW live on TV or online. In Australia, the live broadcast of the State of Origin is exclusive to free-to-air TV, so you can watch all three of the 2019 State of Origin games live on Nine Network.
Live Stream 2019 State of Origin to your PC or Smartphone:
You will also be able to live stream the 2019 State of Origin game 1 broadcast through the 9Now app, which is the Channel 9 network’s catch-up service. It’s free as long as you are willing to sign-up for an account.
And you can live stream State of Origin to your PC, Mac or smartphone (iOS and Android) via 9Now.
Watch the State of Origin online while overseas:
If you’re outside Australia, there is only one way you can live stream the State of Origin game 1 between QSD Vs NSW, or watch a replay on-demand. That is via Watch NRL, a feature-rich, rugby league focused portal that has every regular season game, the final series, the State of Origin and test matches all included in its subscription price. Depending on how long (or often) you head overseas, there are three price points; weekly ($19), monthly $33) and yearly ($189) passes.
The good news is, we have a State of Origin special voucher code for you. Simply head to Watch NRL and use the code ORIGIN19.
Schedule for Game 1
- Check out the event schedule for QLD vs NSW Game 1 below. Timings are in AEST
- Gates open: 5 pm
- QLD under 18s vs NSW under 18s: 5.15pm
- Pre-game entertainment: 7.35pm
- Queensland vs NSW State of Origin Game 1 kick-off: 8.10pm
State of Origin Predictions
Who will Win game 1?
Let’s make the prediction. Match 1 will be huge. QLD will do their best to make it 1-0 in their home ground. Vote your team below.
The series itself has provided a breathtaking respite from the stop-and-start nature of the club season. It also encourages the NRL to hold a standalone match on a weekend for the first time in 17 years.