2019/20 NBL Schedule: all the match and venue details

Austadiums   |  Monday 9th September 2019


The new National Basketball League season tips-off on October 3 with an all-Melbourne affair featuring new team South East Melbourne Phoenix.

Following a record-breaking season in 2018/19 and the current success of the Australian Boomers at the FIBA World Cup, anticipation is high ahead of the new NBL campaign.

11 venues around Australia and New Zealand will host NBL games this season, with Melbourne Arena hosting the most fixtures, with 26. The number of venues will rise with three games still TBC – Illawarra are expected to take games to Canberra, while the NZ Breakers may also take two of their games elsewhere.

Two clubs will have new home venues this upcoming season. The Adelaide 36ers will play at the centrally-located and larger Adelaide Entertainment Centre, moving from Titanium Security Arena. While the Brisbane Bullets will play all their home fixtures at the new Queensland State Netball Centre, moving from the Brisbane Convention Centre.

Melbourne United are considered front-runners on betting sites Australia, followed by Brisbane, Perth and Sydney.

New expansion franchise South East Melbourne Phoenix will play the majority of their home games at Melbourne Arena, sharing with Melbourne United, while they’ll also play two home games at their training base – the 3,200-capacity State Basketball Centre in the eastern suburbs of Melbourne.

An open-air game between Melbourne and Cairns at Melbourne Arena on Boxing Day, while the Australian Open game will be played on January 29 between Melbourne and Perth. Other highlights include two games on Australia Day including Sydney v Melbourne at Qudos Bank Arena, a Melbourne Cup Eve blockbuster between Melbourne United and the Sydney Kings, and two games on New Year’s Eve and a game on New Year’s Day featuring Adelaide and Perth at the Adelaide Entertainment Centre.

03/10/19 7:30 PM NBL: Melbourne v South East Melbourne Melbourne Arena
04/10/19 7:30 PM NBL: Cairns v Sydney Cairns Convention Centre
05/10/19 3:30 PM NBL: Perth v Melbourne RAC Arena
06/10/19 3:00 PM NBL: Illawarra v Brisbane WIN Entertainment Centre
11/10/19 6:30 PM NBL: Brisbane v Cairns Queensland State Netball Centre
11/10/19 6:30 PM NBL: Perth v Illawarra RAC Arena
12/10/19 5:30 PM NBL: Sydney v Adelaide Qudos Bank Arena
13/10/19 3:00 PM NBL: South East Melbourne v Brisbane Melbourne Arena
14/10/19 7:30 PM NBL: Illawarra v Cairns WIN Entertainment Centre


Meanwhile, more games will be shown on free-to-air during NBL20, with the announcement of a new broadcast rights deal. Games will be split between ESPN (including Kayo Sports) and SBS VICELAND (and SBS On Demand).

View the full NBL20 fixture on Austadiums and view venue info, seating maps, nearby accommodation and buy tickets. Stream all matches live on Kayo Sports: sign-up now for a free 14-day trial.


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