2021 U20 & Ivor Burge Championships to be streamed live

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Basketball Australia is delighted to confirm that all games of the 2021 Australian Under-20 and Ivor Burge Championships will be streamed live and free across Australia.

To be contested from May 3 – 7 at the McDonalds Mackay Multi-Sport Stadium in Queensland, the 2021 Championships will feature 70 games of elite level basketball featuring 25 teams in total.

In partnership with Australia’s leading sports streaming service, Kayo Sports, 19 of the games including the Men’s, Women’s and Ivor Burge Gold Medal Games will be streamed live and free on Kayo Freebies featuring multi cameras with expert commentary.

The remaining 51 games of the 2021 Championships will be streamed live without commentary and accessible via the Basketball Australia YouTube account.

View and download the Full Championship Fixture PDF HERE.

Kayo Freebies
Access Kayo Freebies by downloading the Kayo Sports app or visiting https://bit.ly/KayoFreebies and registering for a Freebies account. Kayo Freebies are free, and no credit card details are required to register and start streaming.

KayoFreebies Schedule

DATE TIME (AEST) GAME TEAM   TEAM
Monday 12noon U20 Men Pool A NSW White v WA Gold
May 3 2:00pm U20 Women Pool B VIC Navy v QLD
4:00pm U20 Women Pool B TAS v NSW White
6:00pm U20 Men Pool D QLD v TAS
Tuesday 10:00am U20 Men Pool C NSW Blue v NBAGA
May 4 12:00pm U20 Men Pool B SA Red v VIC Navy
2:00pm U20 Women Pool A WA v SA
4:00pm U20 Women Pool A VIC v NSW Blue
Wednesday 1:00pm U20 Women Quarter Final v
May 5 3:00pm U20 Men Quarter Final v
5:00pm U20 Women Quarter Final v
7:00pm U20 Men Quarter Final v
Thursday 12noon U20 Women Semi Final v
May 6 2:00pm U20 Men Semi Final v
4:00pm U20 Women Semi Final v
6:00pm U20 Men Semi Final v
Friday 10.00am Ivor Burge Men Gold Medal v
May 7 12noon U20 Women Gold Medal v
2:00pm U20 Men Gold Medal v

The 2021 and 2022 Australian Under-20 and Ivor Burge Championships are supported by the Queensland Government, Tourism and Events Queensland, Mackay Regional Council and Mackay Basketball.