The 2023 Queensland Cup season will be played between Saturday, March 11, and Sunday, September 24, when it concludes with the Queensland Cup Grand Final. This is your guide to live streaming every match of the season.
This is also where you'll find each week's fixtures, with most games played across Saturday and Sunday afternoons each week.
The Queensland Cup was taken out by the Norths Devils last year, who beat the Redcliffe Dolphins 16 points to 10 in the decider.
The 2022 season sees 15 teams line up, with all of the Brisbane Broncos, Gold Coast Titans, North Queensland Cowboys, Dolphins and Melbourne Storm having feeder teams in the competition.
The Papua New Guinea Hunters, newly added Western Clydesdales and Ipswich Jets are the only teams who stand on their own, with the remaining 12 clubs all linked to an NRL outfit as follows:
Brisbane Broncos: Norths Devils, Souths Logan Magpies, Wynnum Manly Seagulls
North Queensland Cowboys: Mackay Cutters, Northern Pride, Townsville Blackhawks
Gold Coast Titans: Burleigh Bears, Tweed Heads Seagulls
Melbourne Storm: Brisbane Tigers, Sunshine Coast Falcons
The Dolphins: Redcliffe Dolphins, Central Queensland Capras
How to watch the Queensland Cup on TV in Australia
The Queensland Cup doesn't have any planned live telecasts at this time, however, has a partnership with the Nine Network.
How to live stream the Queensland Cup online in Australia
Every game this season will be live-streamed by Qplus.tv, which is the Queensland Rugby League's new option for live streaming of their competition. The service will also provide access to other competitions administered by the Queensland Rugby League.
A fee of $49.99 for an annual subscription, $9.99 for a monthly subscription or $4.99 for a single round subscription is charged, however, provides access to over 400 games during the course of the season.
All Queensland Cup matches this week
All match times are AEST.
Sunday, September 17
|Burleigh Bears vs Brisbane Tigers
|Kayo Stadium, Redcliffe