How can I watch the Melbourne Cup in Australia?

SUMMARY: The 2021 Melbourne Cup is on Channel 10 and 10 play,, Kayo Sports and Foxtel. You can watch on Kayo for no cost using this 14-day free trial.

Where can I watch the Melbourne Cup live online?

What time is the Melbourne Cup? You can watch the race live on Channel 78 or stream it online at

Where can I watch the Melbourne Cup 2021?

You can watch the 2021 Melbourne Cup on both free-to-air TV and streaming services, with TenPlay and Kayo offering live coverage of the race.

Where can I watch the Melbourne Cup Day?

If you need to stream the Melbourne Cup, 10Play will provide live and on-demand coverage, while Kayo Sports subscribers will be able to view the race. You can also follow the action in ABC Sport’s live blog, which will cover all the action on Cup Day from 10am AEDT.

How can I watch horse racing live in Australia?

Racing fans can watch live racing for metropolitan, provincial and country race meets in Victoria and South Australia on free-to-air digital television (Channel 68/78), via Foxtel Channel 529, or via desktop, mobile and tablet – free of charge – through the website & app (for Racing+ members).

What channel is broadcasting the Melbourne Cup?

Channel 78
Watch live racing on the website, download the app or tune in to Channel 78 (metro) and 68 (regional). And get the latest news, jump out replays, profiles and all the odds at

How can I watch Melbourne Cup on my phone?

Yes, people can watch the Melbourne Cup online through several streaming options like 10Play or or they can watch it on their phones with a TAB Account or through on Kayo.

What channel is Melbourne Cup on?

The last two years, Channel 10 have broadcast the Melbourne Cup and will do so again in 2021. Channel 7 – which had broadcast the race for a number of years – will still broadcast Victorian race meets during 2020 and 2021, except the Melbourne Cup carnival.

What time does Melbourne Cup start today?

This year’s race will start at 3pm AEDT.

What is Melbourne Cup day?

The Melbourne Cup is held on the first Tuesday in November and is one of the most famous horse races in the world. The day is celebrated with a public holiday for the state of Victoria.

Both Channel 7 and Foxtel will also broadcast the race through their live streaming services 7Plus and Foxtel Go. For more information, read our guide how to watch the Melbourne Cup in Australia.

What is the Melbourne Cup in horse racing?

Melbourne Cup is an annual Thoroughbred horse race held in Melbourne, Australia. It is one of the most famous Group 1 horse races in Melbourne. The race is a handicap for horses three-years-old and over and it is run at a distance of 3200 meters.

Is the Melbourne Cup a public holiday in Victoria?

The name can quite literally apply to parts of Victoria where the Melbourne Cup day was given the status of a national public holiday. Melbourne Cup has a long history, with the first race held back in 1861.

How hard is it to predict the Melbourne Cup?

An important fact to state is that when it comes to Melbourne Cup tips, throughout its history, the Melbourne Cup has proved notoriously difficult to predict. The main proof lies in the fact that the horses considered Melbourne Cup favourites have managed to win in only 20% of cases. That is why giving Melbourne Cup tips is not an easy task.