How to Watch Kayo on Apple TV [Step-by-Step Guide] in 2024

G’day sports fans! Isn’t it brilliant how easy it’s become to catch all the live action without being tethered to Foxtel or those old-school cable and satellite connections? In this digital age, we’re spoiled for choice when it comes to watching our favourite sports, and one name that’s been making waves in the world of sports streaming is Kayo Sports.

Whether you’re a die-hard footy fanatic, a cricket tragic, or just love watching a bit of everything, Kayo’s got your back. It’s like having a sports heaven right at your fingertips, with a massive range of live games, replays, and all the juicy highlights you could ever want.

And the best part? You don’t need a bazillion cables or a fancy satellite dish. All you need is your trusty Apple TV box and a subscription to Kayo, and you’re ready to dive into the action.

So, grab your stubby holder, chuck on your lucky jersey, and kick back as we show you exactly how to get Kayo Sports up and running on your Apple TV. No worries, mate – we’ve got you covered!

What Can You Watch With Kayo on Apple TV?

With 50+ sports to pick from, Kayo Sports is the biggest Aussie sports streamer, packed with the year’s most anticipated sporting events from home turf and overseas. It’s a paradise for all kinds of fans, and you can tune into the following:

  • AFL: AFL Premiership, AFL Women’s Competition, AFL Sydney, AFL Draft
  • American Football: National Football League, NCAA College Football, NFL Draft
  • Cricket: BBL, Indian Premier League, Major League Cricket, ICC Cricket World Cup, Australian Series, The Hundred, Royal London Cup, and more
  • Rugby League: NRL Telstra Premiership, NRL All Stars, NSW Cup, Super League (UK), Challenge Cup, etc.
  • Motorsport: FIA Formula 1 World Championship, NASCAR Cup Series, MotoGP World Championship, WorldSBK
  • Golf: US Open, Ryder Cup, The Masters, PGA Tour, Australian Domestic Golf Tour, British Senior Open, FedEx Cup, USPGA Championship
  • Combat: Boxing and MMA PPVs (Separate Purchase), UFC Fight Night, Dana White’s Contender Series, All Elite Wrestling, WWE Premium Live Events, Weekly RAW, SmackDown, and NXT
  • Basketball: NBA, WNBA, NCAA College Basketball, NBL, WNBL, 2023 FIBA World Cup (Select Coverage)
  • Baseball: MLB (Including All-Star, Post-season, and World Series Games)
  • Cycling, Darts, Horse Racing, Rowing, Sailing, Lacrosse, Snooker, and more!

Between live sports, Kayo has heaps of documentaries from ESPN’s award-winning 30 for 30 library, awesome behind-the-scene content from Red Bull, sports highlights, plus news, in-depth analysis, commentary, and more from ESPN and Fox Sports.

Kayo Sports is also home to 10+ live sports channels, where you can catch further live and delayed sports broadcasts, along with their studio coverage. It includes seven Fox Sports channels and the network’s dedicated news stream, two ESPN ones, and three beIN Sports stations.

How to Get Kayo on Apple TV?

If you have an Apple TV (4th Gen or higher) running tvOS 13.0 or later, downloading the Kayo Sports app is as easy as any other app. With your device powered on and connected, pick up your Siri Remote and perform the following steps:

  • First, Navigate to the App Store from your Apple TV Home Screen.
  • Find the Kayo Sports app in the “Featured” section of the Discover page, or head to the Search (magnifying glass icon in the top navbar) menu and enter the app’s name into the search field.
  • Among the Kayo app’s description and screenshots, click the Get button and confirm your choice. The free app should begin downloading.

With the Kayo Apple TV app installed, return to your Home Screen and open the sports streamer from the bottom of the grid menu. Here’s how you set up Kayo on Apple TV:

  • For those new to Kayo, follow the prompts to create your account, which involves picking the Kayo Basic plan and entering your first and last name, email address, and mobile number.
  • With your details entered, Kayo will send you a one-time code to your mobile number. Enter it to confirm creating your account.
  • Confirm purchasing your Kayo subscription with your Apple ID. You should see the welcome screen, after which you follow the on-screen prompts to set up your Kayo profile(s) and start streaming!
Note: Kayo offers a 7-day free trial for new subscribers. Should you wish to cancel your subscription, navigate to Settings > Accounts > Manage Subscriptions on your Apple TV, confirm your Apple ID password, choose your Kayo subscription, and toggle off Automatic Renewal.

If you don’t cancel within the free trial period, Kayo will charge you for the subscription via the payment method linked to your Apple ID/iTunes account. If you cancel after the trial expires, your subscription will remain active till the end of the next billing cycle.

Note Regarding Kayo Subscriptions on Apple TV

Despite being the entry-level plan, Kayo Basic provides access to the same live and on-demand sports content as the costlier subscription tiers, including high-definition playback (up to 1080p) and all the great features we’ll discuss in detail shortly.

If you want to stream Kayo Sports on devices other than your Apple TV simultaneously, you must opt for the Basic or Premium package, which ups the concurrent device limit to two and three devices, respectively. However, these aren’t available for purchase via the App Store.

An easy way to get around this limitation is to sign up for Kayo through the web. Head to from your mobile or computer browser, choose your desired subscription plan, create and verify your account details, and complete the purchase via your preferred payment method.

Once your Kayo subscription is active, open the app on your Apple TV and use these steps to sign in:

  • Use your phone camera to scan the QR code on the Kayo app’s login screen. It should direct you to the service’s official website.
  • Follow the on-screen prompts to log in with your Kayo account credentials.
    • On a computer, browse to and enter the activation code displayed on the Kayo Sports Apple TV app.

Existing Kayo subscribers on Telstra can log in the same way on their Apple TV.

Kayo App Overview on Apple TV

Kayo on Apple TV features a straightforward interface, with the app divided into four distinct menus: Home, Fixtures, Shows, and Sports.

Home is where you discover, explore, and pick from Kayo’s featured live sporting events and on-demand offerings. The recommendations and content shelves adjust dynamically, tailored to your viewing preferences. The rest of the menus are self-explanatory.

And once you get into streaming your favourite sport, here are some of the game-changing features to look for:

  • SplitView: You can enjoy the thrill of watching up to four sports streams, all on the same screen simultaneously. Whether you want to keep multiple games in your sight or add an extra camera angle, SplitView keeps the action right where you want it.
  • Key Moments: Whether you want to catch up on a game or see the best parts, Kayo Key Moments make it easy. From the video player timeline, you can jump between highlights and live action since it updates as you watch.
  • From Start: Running behind for a live broadcast? No sweat! With Kayo’s ‘From Start’ feature, you can kick off from the beginning or jump straight into the live action.
  • No Spoilers: Hate accidentally seeing the score before watching a game? No worries! With Kayo’s No Spoilers feature, you can hide the scores and stats with a simple toggle. When you’re good and ready to find out the score, just flick it off. Easy as, right?
  • Interactive Stats: Interactive Stats are your game-changer if you’re a stats nerd. They give you real-time on-screen info during Australian Cricket, AFL, and NRL matches. Expect key stats like wickets, runs, tries, and more. Impress your mates with your sports knowledge!

Got time for only a quick game or race recap? You should definitely check out Minis in the Kayo Apple TV app. They’re essentially speedy replays that pack all the must-watch moments into under 30 minutes.

You can catch Kayo Minis for every AFL, NRL, Cricket, Formula One, and MotoGP event, along with ESPN Minis for selected NBA and NFL games, available for up to 72 hours.

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Bottom Line

If you’re a die-hard sports junkie keen to catch the year’s top sporting events on your telly, Kayo on Apple TV is a much more budget-friendly streaming option than Foxtel. It’s chockers with live broadcasts and on-demand content (e.g., highlights, shows, docus) from over 50 different sports, boasting some unique features you won’t come across elsewhere.

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