Rugby League fans around the world will be able to witness the spectacle of the 2011 Engage Super League Grand Final at Old Trafford on Saturday October 8 when the game will be televised in over 20 countries. The Grand Final between St Helens and Leeds Rhinos will be broadcast live in its entirety in Hungary, Romania, Poland, France, Malaysia, New Zealand, Norway, Singapore, Russia and Ukraine. Australian broadcaster Channel 9 will show delayed coverage of the final, as will Sportsnet World in Canada.
Rugby League fans in the United States will be able to watch delayed coverage on America One and Spanish supporters can tune into Canal+Deportes to watch the match.
In addition, One World Sports Online will be streaming the Engage Super League Grand Final live for viewers across the world.
A complete list of broadcast times by country are listed below:
Channel 9 – Delayed coverage starts at midnight on Monday October 10
Telstra (Big Pond) – Live on League TV online video subscription site
Sportsnet World – Delayed coverage on Saturday October 8 at 21.45 pm local time.
SportKlub TV – Live in Hungary, Romania and Poland. Delayed Broadcast in Bosnia, Croatia, Macedonia, Montenegro, Serbia and Slovenia,
Orange Sports – Programme starts at 18.55 local time.
Astro – Live on Astro Super Sport 2, programme coverage begins at 01.00 local time on Sunday October 9
OSN – Live on OSN Sports 3, programme starts at 19.30 local time
Sky NZ – Live on Sky Sports 2, programme starts at 05.30 local time with repeat/highlights the rest of the day
NRK – Live on NRK2
Russia and Ukraine:
NTV-Plus – Live on Sports Plus, programme starts at 21.00 local time
Starhub – Live coverage on Super Sports, programme starts 01.00 local time on Sunday October 9
Canal and Deportes – Delayed coverage starts at 12.30 local time on Wednesday October 12
United States of America:
America One – Delayed coverage starts at 18.00 Eastern time on Saturday October 8