The 2023 New South Wales Cup season will be played between Saturday, March 4, and Sunday, September 24, when it concludes with the NSW Cup Grand Final. Only select games are live streamed or broadcast in the reserve grade competition, so this is your full guide to every game that will be available to watch.
This is also where you'll find each week's fixtures, with many games played as double-headers with NRL games.
2022 saw the first full season in the NSW Cup since the onset of the coronavirus, with the Penrith Panthers crowned as the champions.
Most weeks will see six games played between 13 teams with one bye. That follows the exclusion of Mounties from the competition for this year, while the New Zealand Warriors and Sydney Roosters have joined with their own teams. The Roosters were linked with the North Sydney Bears last year, who remain in the competition and with some links to the Roosters.
The Canterbury Bulldogs, St George Illawarra Dragons, Parramatta Eels, Newcastle Knights, Penrith Panthers, South Sydney Rabbitohs, Sydney Roosters, New Zealand Warriors and Canberra Raiders field their own teams in the competition, while the Newtown Jets, Western Suburbs Magpies and Blacktown Workers Sea Eagles act as feeder teams to the Cronulla Sharks, Wests Tigers and Manly Sea Eagles respectively with the Bears the other team.
Games are generally played on Saturdays and Sundays, although a handful are played on Friday evenings before NRL games.
How to watch the New South Wales Cup on TV in Australia
Fox Sports will generally broadcast one game per week on a Saturday afternoon.
Fox Sports can be found at Fox League on Foxtel, which is located at Channel 502.
How to live stream the New South Wales Cup online in Australia
If you're looking to live stream the New South Wales Cup, then there is a guarantee of one game per week being shown through the NSWRL Facebook page on their platform, NSWRLTV.
This information is generally updated on the Thursday or Friday before each round and will be reflected in the below table of matches once confirmed each week.
Any games shown live on Fox Sports will also be able to be live-streamed through Foxtel's subscription services, either Kayo Sports or The Foxtel App, which is also known as Foxtel Go.
All New South Wales Cup matches this week
All match times are in AEDT.
Friday, March 17
|7:30pm||Blacktown Workers Sea Eagles vs Parramatta Eels||HE Laybutt Field, Blacktown||N/A||N/A|
Saturday, March 18
|2:00pm||St George Illawarra Dragons vs Newcastle Knights||Ron Costello Oval, Shellharbour||N/A||N/A|
Sunday, March 19
|11:00am||New Zealand Warriors vs North Sydney Bears||The Trusts Arena, Auckland||N/A||N/A|
|1:40pm||Canterbury Bulldogs vs Western Suburbs Magpies||Belmore Sports Ground||N/A||NSWRL.TV|
|3:15pm||Sydney Roosters vs South Sydney Rabbitohs||Wentworth Park, Glebe||N/A||N/A|
|4:00pm||Canberra Raiders vs Newtown Jets||GIO Stadium, Canberra||N/A||N/A|