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Rugby league fans in more than 100 countries around the world will join the capacity crowd at ANZ Stadium for every minute of the 2011 Telstra Premiership Grand Final.

The NRL’s international broadcasting agreement will ensure fans around the globe will get a virtual front-row seat to all the live action when the premiership decider kicks off on October 2.

Fans in New Zealand will see the game live on Sky Sports New Zealand, while residents in the Pacific Islands will view it live on Fiji TV.

Setanta will showcase live coverage throughout Africa and Canada, while Setanta Asia will broadcast the decider live throughout Hong Kong, Singapore, Malaysia, Brunei and Sri Lanka.

Fans in the UK can tune in to BSKYB for all the live action, while supporters in the USA will get to see every bone-crunching tackle live on the Fox Sports Soccer Channel.

Fans in Europe will get to view a delayed coverage via Eurosport – but they can still see every minute live by visiting (as can fans in all other overseas regions).

The Grand Final will also cater for a vast live audience in the Middle East through Showtime.