W-League Season 10 broadcast details

Better late than never!

Season 10 of the W-League kicks off tonight with traditional rivals Sydney FC hosting Brisbane Roar.

This season will see more matches than ever broadcast with 27 games including the two semi finals and the grand final going to air.

Here is how you can view the action.


For Australian viewers the W-League is available through two options; Fox Sports and SBS.

Fox Sports

Fox Sports, the principle broadcaster will be showing all 27 broadcast games LIVE on their Fox channels.

Fox will also be providing a live stream on their website. as well as via https://now.foxtel.com.au/live.

SBS Viceland / The World Game

As announced on Monday, SBS will now be the free to air broadcast partner for the W-League.

SBS Viceland will be showing select matches LIVE during the season, namely on Friday nights and Sunday afternoons.

The matches will also be streamed live on The World Game website and The World Game app.

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The current schedule for the coming weeks is below.

  • 27 October from 5pm AEDT – Sydney FC v Brisbane Roar
  • 29 October from 2pm AEDT – Newcastle Jets v Western Sydney Wanderers
  • 3 November from 5pm AEDT – Melbourne City v Melbourne Victory
  • 5 November from 2pm AEDT – Brisbane Roar v Perth Glory
  • 10 November from 5pm AEDT – Adelaide United v Perth Glory
  • 12 November from 4pm AEDT – Melbourne City v Newcastle Jets


The league today announced the details for international viewers in countries where there are no current broadcast deals (ie the rest of the world).

Season 10 matches will be broadcast via https://www.oz.com.

Oz is a new pay-per-view platform for the W-League and will be streaming all the broadcast matches live.

Each match is currently $2,99 however there are a couple of options for viewers to test the platform.

30 day free trial

As the platform is new to many there is quite a bit unknown about its performance.  Having witnessed the issues that the NWSL have encountered with their move to a streaming service, it is understandable that many would be wary of paying money before testing product.

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The 30 day trial is a good way to see how it all works with little risk at https://www.oz.com/football 

Monthly Pass

If after the 30 day trial you are happy with the service (or you are an adventurer and would like to go all in early), there is a monthly viewing pass for the site available.

That pass is $4.99 per month. For the 4 month W-League it would essentially mean $19.96 for 27 matches.


Match Archives

Happily for those who aren’t quite committed to the early morning matches (sleep is for the weak!), there are replays available (A-League example below).


Ann is the Founder and Editor-in-Chief of TWG.
  • Diane (DeeG)

    Doesn’t appear that the free trial extends to W League, only A League and 2 other men’s leagues. This is the same streaming service for Damallsvenskan of Sweden and it was quite good and very reliable so I hope that holds true for W League.