Cluch TV to live stream championships

posted on 12 July, 2023

School Sport Australia launches new live-streaming service in partnership with Cluch. powered by Cluch to stream hundreds of hours of live sport from 16 major School Sport Australia National Championships in 2023.

School Sport Australia today announced the launch of a brand new live-streaming platform dedicated to covering its major primary and secondary national championships. will provide a world-class streaming service to allow athletes, families, friends and the entire school sport community to watch live and on-demand coverage from each event.

The platform will be available to view globally on every connected screen and device. In its first year, will stream 16 major Championships across 10 sports including Australian Football, Netball, Rugby League, Hockey, Touch Football, Basketball, Diving, Swimming, Cross Country, Football and Track & Field.

In making today’s announcement, School Sport Australia Executive Officer Phil Reeves said, ‘Streaming has quickly become an integral offering as part of our championship schedule. We know not all family members and friends can travel to watch our events live and as such, the demand for streaming across our communities is unprecedented.’

‘The launch of our new platform will enable far greater levels of engagement across all our communities as well as providing new growth opportunities for partners and all stakeholders.’

School Sport Australia has chosen to partner with Cluch, Australia’s leading community sports streaming provider, to build and deliver the platform.

‘Cluch is delighted to partner with School Sport Australia on this transformative streaming project,’ added Managing Director, Gus Seebeck. ‘School Sport Australia’s National Championships are the pinnacle of representative achievement for so many student athletes across the country.’

‘To be trusted with delivering this service to families, friends and school communities across Australia and the world is a responsibility we do not take lightly and we look forward to showcasing the talent and sportsmanship of the next generation of Aussie athletes.’

The initial schedule of streamed events in 2023 is as follows:

  • Australian Football – Boys & Girls 15 Years and Under – July 23-29 from Ballarat, Victoria
  • Netball – Girls 15 years and Under – July 30-August 4 from Perth, WA
  • Rugby League – Boys 12 years and under – July 30-August 4 from Townsville, QLD
  • Hockey – Boys & Girls 12 years and under – July 31-August 4 from Hobart, TAS
  • Australian Football – Boys & Girls 12 years and under – August 6-11 from Lavington, NSW
  • Hockey – Boys & Girls 16 years and under – August 13-19 from Adelaide, SA
  • Touch Football – Boys & Girls 15 & 12 years and under – August 14-18 from Darwin, NT
  • Basketball – Boys & Girls 16 & 12 years and under – August 20-25 from Perth, WA
  • Diving – Boys & Girls 10-19 years – August 22-27 from Sydney, NSW
  • Swimming – Boys & Girls 13 – 19 years – August 22-26 from Sydney, NSW
  • Swimming – Boys & Girls 12 years and under – August 26-29 from Sydney, NSW
  • Cross Country – Boys & Girls 10 – 19 years – August 25-28 from Stromlo, ACT
  • Netball – Girls 12 years and under – September 10-15 from Perth, WA
  • Football – Boys 16 years & under, Girls 18 years & under – September 11-15 from Canberra, ACT
  • Football – Boys & Girls 12 years and under – October 14-20 from Thornbury, VIC
  • Track & Field – Boys & Girls 12 years and under – November 24-27 from Launceston, TAS

All live and on-demand events on will be available to view globally via a modest individual tournament pass or single day pass.