K-LEAGUE continues live this weekend on Optus Sport

K League (image – Outlook India)


Round two of the K League gets underway this weekend, with the following matches exclusively live on Optus Sport.

Saturday May 16 (all times listed AEST)

5.15pm: Daegu v Pohang

Sunday May 17

5.15pm: Suwon v Ulsan


  • Ahead of Ulsan Hyundai’s first K League game on Optus Sport on Sunday, 5.15pm AEST against Suwon, their defender Jason Davidson caught up with Optus Sport for this week’s Big Interview. Read it here.
  • Find out more with the Optus Sport team-by-team guide to the K League.
  • Former Socceroos defender Robbie Cornthwaite thrived for four years in the K League and says football fans on Optus Sport will get to know a “really physical, end-to-end league” in the coming months where hopefully the likes of Adam Taggart, Brandon O’Neill, Rashid Mahazi and Terry Antonis thrive. Hear more from Cornthwaite here.


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In addition to the K League, customers can still access a wealth of quality football from all Optus Sport competitions, including archives of classic matches, season reviews and special features, a wide variety of shows and much more.


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