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State of Origin 2022 NSW vs QLD live Rugby will begin at Sydney’s Stadium Australia on June 8

The 2022 State of Origin NSW vs QLD will be the 41st annual best-of-three series between the Queensland and New South Wales rugby league teams. Before this series, Queensland has won 22 times, NSW 16 times, with two series drawn.

State of Origin 2022 series between NSW and Queensland will begin at Sydney’s Stadium Australia on June 8, before the Blues v Maroons square off at Perth’s Optus Stadium on June 26. The third match of the series will then be played at Brisbane’s Suncorp Stadium on July 13.

Game I
Wednesday, 8 June 2022 8:10pm (AEST)
New South Wales vs Queensland
Accor Stadium, Sydney

Game II
Sunday, 26 June 2022 7:50pm (AEST)
New South Wales vs Queensland | Blues v Maroons |
Optus Stadium, Perth

Game III
Wednesday, 13 July 2022 8:10pm (AEST)
New South Wales vs Queensland
Suncorp Stadium, Brisbane

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2022 State of Origin QLD Maroons vs NSW Blues Live Stream, kick-off time, Fixtures and TV Coverage

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How to watch the Women’s State of Origin 2022

You can watch the Ampol Women’s State of Origin on the Nine network, 9Now and the NRL app, with Kayo also offering live and on-demand coverage of the games. The clash will take place on Friday, the 24th of June 2022 at GIO Stadium in Canberra. The game is scheduled to kick-off at 7:45pm.

Can I watch State of Origin overseas?

Yes, each game will be televised in various countries around the world, according to Here’s a list of where to watch or stream the State of Origin series outside of Australia:

  • New Zealand: Sky Sport 4
  • USA: Fox US
  • UK: Sky UK

With seven debutants on show on the paddock and Maroons legend Billy Slater launching his coaching career, the opening game of the 2022 Ampol State of Origin series is brimming with intriguing storylines.

Blues coach Brad Fittler has handed debuts to Kotoni Staggs, Ryan Matterson and Stephen Crichton while Jeremiah Nanai, Reuben Cotter, Selwyn Cobbo and Patrick Carrigan will all get their first taste of Origin footy for Queensland.

For the first time since Game II 2020, Origin will be returning to Sydney’s Stadium Australia.

The venue hasn’t hosted a series-opener since 2016 and is sure to welcome a packed house, with New South Wales having won three of the past four series.

Brad Fittler’s side will go in with plenty of confidence – the Blues have won 19 of the 29 Origin matches at the venue.

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