Today the 2023 rugby league season starts which means soon enough we will get to stick our teeth in more and more games as they are broadcast on TV week in and week out.
There are more ways to watch rugby now than ever. Sky Sports of course dominate the coverage of Super League whilst Channel 4 also chips in with some brilliant coverage of Super League.
Meanwhile, BBC of course show the Challenge Cup as do Viaplay – Premier Sports renamed – whilst they also cover the Championship.
Lets not forget the likes of The Sportsman and of course the OurLeague app.
Coverage of the new season starts today on the OurLeague app.
They are showing Barrow Raiders take on Toulouse Olympique today after showing Leeds Rhinos take on Bradford Bulls last week as well as showing the Rhinos take on Wakefield Trinity on December 26th.
The game kicks off at 15:00 and can be watched for £10 today as the Raiders host the former Super League side as they try to kick on after their amazing fourth place finish last season.
Meanwhile, on Monday at 19:15 Viaplay begin their Championship coverage for 2023.
They’re showing the 19:45 kick off between Keighley Cougars and Featherstone Rovers as the Championship favourites head over to Keighley and take on former Man of Steel Luke Gale in his debut for his new club after leaving Hull FC for the Cougars in 2023 in one of the biggest transfer stories of the season.