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How to watch All Elite Wrestling (AEW) live in Australia

The action-packed AEW has made a significant impact to the world of professional wrestling in a short period.

AEW Wrestling

After being founded in 2019, All Elite Wrestling (AEW) has quickly made major inroads into the world of professional wrestling and is giving the established WWE a run for its money.

It boasts a roster of well-known wrestlers such as ex-WWE superstars Jon Moxley and Chris Jericho, plus some emerging stars from the independent scene including Kenny Omega and "Hangman" Adam Page.

There are weekly shows as well as pay-per-view (PPV) events and you can watch them all in Australia.

How to watch AEW in Australia

In Australia, there are multiple ways you can watch AEW in Australia.

You can watch on AEW Plus via FITE or on ESPN via a regular subscription to Foxtel Now, Foxtel iQ, Kayo Sports or Fetch TV.

There is also limited AEW programming available on YouTube.

Stream AEW with AEW Plus on FITE

FITE's AEW Plus broadcasts all of AEW's weekly shows live with no commercial breaks in Australia including AEW: Dynamite, AEW: Rampage, AEW: Dark and AEW: Dark Elevation.

FITE is also the exclusive digital platform for live AEW PPV events in Australia.

An AEW Plus subscription costs US$6.99 a month and comes with a 7-day free trial.

FITE can be streamed on iOS and Android devices, Mac/PC, Apple TV, Chromecast, gaming consoles, cast to selected smart TVs from the FITE mobile app and more.

Watch AEW on Foxtel Now

AEW is available to watch on ESPN in Australia, which is available via Foxtel Now. You will be able to catch AEW: Dynamite on Thursdays AEDT and AEW: Rampage on Saturdays, with same-day replays and episodes made available on-demand. In addition, fans will have access to all of AEW's quarterly PPV events on delay through ESPN.

To watch AEW via ESPN you'll need the Sport Pack from Foxtel Now, which costs $29 a month. For that price, you get access to sporting events plus entertainment content. Foxtel Now is also one of the streaming services that calls WWE home, so you can get lots of wrestling included in your subscription. A 10-day free trial is available for new customers.

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10-day free trial of Foxtel Now

No installation and no lock-in contract. New customers only. Sign up now.

If you want to watch ESPN via the Foxtel iQ set-top box, you can subscribe to Foxtel's Sports HD pack, which is $100 a month but comes with no free trial.

Stream AEW on Kayo

ESPN content is also available in Australia on Kayo. Prices for Kayo start at $25 a month. A 7-day free trial is available for new customers.

Aside from AEW, Kayo users get access to over 50 sports live and on demand. Like with Foxtel, wrestling fans will be pleased to find WWE content such as its PPVs and weekly shows on there alongside the AEW shows.

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Stream Kayo FREE for 7 days

Take Kayo Sports for a spin and stream over 50 sports live, plus get 15,000+ hours of on-demand archives.

Watch AEW on Fetch

ESPN is also accessible via Fetch TV, meaning you can watch AEW here. The cheapest option for the channel is having it as part of the Vibe pack, which costs $6 a month.

However, the total price of your subscription depends on whether you purchase a Fetch box via a broadband provider or buy it outright.

Watch AEW on YouTube

AEW's YouTube channel has AEW: Dark and AEW: Dark Elevation, which you can watch for free.

Compare streaming services for AEW

1 - 5 of 5
Name Product Free trial period Max video quality Simultaneous streams Monthly price
AEW Plus on FITE
AEW Plus on FITE
7 days
HD
1
$6.99
Foxtel Now - Sport Pack
Foxtel Now - Sport Pack
10 days
HD
2
$29
Foxtel Sport
Foxtel Sport
N/A
4K
2
$100
Kayo Sports One
Kayo Sports One
7 days
HD
1
$25
Kayo Sports Basic
Kayo Sports Basic
7 days
4K
2
$35
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Mark Neilsen writes about streaming at Finder. He has over 20 years experience in entertainment media, having worked for street bible The Drum Media as well as The Music's magazine and website. He's partial to movies and TV shows featuring explosions and/or zombies, as well as the genteel pace of Test cricket. He's also trying to invent a time machine so as to whittle down the shows on his various watchlists. See full bio

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