FOX Sports


#41

AFC U23 Championship Live And Only On Fox Sports
LIVE, ad-break free during play and EXCLUSIVE coverage begins January 11 on FOX SPORTS, on Foxtel

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Australia’s brightest young footballers will be on show from next week, when the AFC U23 Championship kicks off LIVE and only on FOX SPORTS, on Foxtel.

FOX SPORTS’ LIVE and ad-break free during play coverage begins at 7.00pm EDT on January 11, with Australia’s first Group D match against Syria available to stream LIVE via foxsports.com.au/live and the FOX SPORTS App.

The second half will be broadcast on FOX SPORTS 501, immediately after Just For Kicks, with every goal from the first half shown throughout the show.

Australia’s second and third group matches against Vietnam (January 14) and Korea Republic (January 17) will be shown LIVE and in full on TV.

The Vietnam fixture will be broadcast on FOX SPORTS 506, while the clash with Korea Republic will be shown on FOX SPORTS 501.

Simon Hill and Ned Zelic will team up to call the action in all three clashes.

Football fans will be able to follow the team’s progress throughout the competition, with every final featuring Australia U23 LIVE, EXCLUSIVE and ad-break free during play on FOX SPORTS.

With Foxtel’s new streaming service, Foxtel Now, fans can get instant access and be signed up and streaming all the action LIVE within minutes. To try two weeks for free, go to www.getfoxsports.com.au

FOX SPORTS is EXCLUSIVELY available on Foxtel.

FOX SPORTS’ AFC CHAMPIONSHIP BROADCAST SCHEDULE

Thursday 11 January
Australia v Syria
LIVE at 7.00pm via Foxsports.com.au & the FOX SPORTS App

LIVE at 8.00pm on FOX SPORTS 501, after Just For Kicks
All goals from the first half broadcast on Just For Kicks

Sunday 14 January
Vietnam v Australia
LIVE at 7.00pm on FOX SPORTS 506

Wednesday 17 January
Korea Republic v Australia
LIVE at 10.30pm EDT on FOX SPORTS 501


#42

Foxtel Remains The Home Of The Masters
FOX SPORTS to broadcast start-to-finish Masters coverage in new partnership
Fans to enjoy ad-break free during play coverage for the first time on FOX SPORTS

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Golf’s most celebrated event, the Masters Tournament, will remain on FOX SPORTS and, for the first time, viewers will enjoy ad-break free coverage in a new agreement announced today.

The new partnership will see start-to-finish coverage broadcast LIVE on FOX SPORTS and streamed on Foxtel Now along with the Nine Network, who becomes the free-to-air broadcast partner in 2018.

FOX SPORTS CEO, Patrick Delany, said: “The Masters is one of those special sporting events that captures our imagination; an event that the nation stops and watches.

“Since we began broadcasting the Masters Tournament live in 2014, we have constantly innovated our coverage. Our subscribers can now enjoy high definition, multi-camera coverage every day, all on a dedicated Masters channel.

“This year viewers will see our coverage improve even further, now having the ability to watch ad-break free during play for the first time.

“It’s great to see the Masters remain on Foxtel, the home of golf.”

FOX SPORTS will deliver its most comprehensive Masters coverage from April 5 to 8, 2018, all LIVE, ad-break free and HD with multi-camera coverage allowing fans to watch Featured Groups, Amen Corner or the 15th and 16th holes with a team on the ground at Augusta National Golf Club covering all the action.

FOX SPORTS is the only place to watch all four major championships with LIVE coverage of The Open, PGA Championship and the U.S. Open Championship, along with the Masters. In 2018, Foxtel viewers will continue to receive the best and biggest golf line-up including The Players, U.S. PGA Tour, U.S. LPGA Tour, PGA European Tour, Ladies European Tour and the World Golf Championships all LIVE on FOX SPORTS.


#43

Men’s And Women’s Sevens Live From Sydney And Only On Fox Sports
Every game across both competitions exclusively live on FOX SPORTS, on Foxtel
Cam Clark and Nicole Beck make FOX SPORTS commentary debuts

LIVE coverage of classic Wallabies v Classic Fiji featuring Drew Mitchell and Radike Samo
Fans taken closer to the action with certain players mic’d up on the field

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The fast and furious HSBC Sevens World Series returns to Sydney over the Australia Day long weekend, and FOX SPORTS, on Foxtel, will be the only place to watch the action unfold LIVE.

Coverage begins from 9.30am EDT on Friday (January 26), and continues across the weekend, with every game from both the men’s and women’s competitions LIVE, with no ad-breaks during play and in HD on FOX SPORTS 506.

And with Foxtel’s new streaming service, Foxtel Now, fans can be signed up and streaming all the action LIVE within minutes. To try two weeks for free, go to www.getfoxsports.com.au.

Former Rio Olympian and Waratahs’ winger Cam Clark and the Olympic gold-medal winning Nicole Beck will make their FOX SPORTS commentary debuts, offering their expert insight and analysis on the pre and post-game panel with Nick McArdle and Rod Kafer.

Greg Clark, Sean Maloney, Scott Stevenson, Karl Te Nana and WillieLose will team up to call the men’s action, with Louise Ransome delivering updates from the sideline.

The women’s commentary box will feature Tiana Penitani, Sue Day,Hugh Cahill and Ken Laban, with Natalie Yoannidis capturing all the reaction from the players on the field.

In addition to LIVE coverage of every game across the weekend, rugby fans will also witness a collection of former rugby stars in action, including Drew Mitchell, Adam Freier and Radike Samo, for a Classic Wallabies v Classic Fiji clash, kicking off at 6.20pm on Sunday.

The FOX SPORTS player mic will also return, with players from an unprecedented seven teams, including the Aussie men’s and women’s teams, wearing a microphone in various games throughout the weekend.

The footage will be broadcast on FOX SPORTS across the three day competition, offering fans a unique perspective of the on-field action.

FOX SPORTS is exclusively available on Foxtel.

HSBC SYDNEY SEVENS BROADCAST SCHEDULE:

FRI 26 JAN: LIVE from 9.30am on FOX SPORTS 506
SAT 27 JAN: LIVE from 8.30am on FOX SPORTS 506
SUN 28 JAN: LIVE from 9.30am on FOX SPORTS 506


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#46

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#48

Gillette T20 International Series
Three pool games, plus the Final LIVE and EXCLUSIVE on FOX SPORTS, on Foxtel

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Australia, New Zealand and England cross the ditch for the New Zealand leg of the Gillette T20 International Series from tomorrow (February 13), and FOX SPORTS, on Foxtel, will be the only place to watch the action unfold LIVE.

Australia has already booked their spot in the Final on February 21, following an impressive, undefeated run in the Australian leg of the series.

The Final, plus the three remaining pool clashes will be broadcast LIVE, in HD and only on FOX SPORTS.

The action continues tomorrow, when New Zealand take on England, before Australia face their final pool clash against the Black Caps on Friday (February 16).

And with Foxtel’s new streaming service, Foxtel Now, fans can be signed up and streaming all the action LIVE within minutes. To try two weeks for free, go to www.getfoxsports.com.au.

Former Australian cricket Captain and FOX SPORTS commentator, Allan Border will feature in an expert commentary team to guide viewers through the action.

Border will be joined in the commentary box by former England captain Nasser Hussain and former English all-rounder David ‘Bumble’ Lloyd, along with a selection of Kiwi cricketing legends including Ian Smith, Simon Doull, Craig Cumming, Scott Styris and Mark Richardson.

FOX SPORTS is EXCLUSIVELY available on Foxtel.

FOX SPORTS’ BROADCAST SCHEDULE
Tue 13 Feb: New Zealand v England, LIVE at 4.30pm on FOX SPORTS 505
Fri 16 Feb: New Zealand v Australia, LIVE at 4.30pm on FOX SPORTS 505
Sun 18 Feb: New Zealand v England, LIVE at 4.30pm on FOX SPORTS 505
Wed 21 Feb: Final, Australia v TBA, LIVE at 4.30pm on FOX SPORTS 507
*Times listed as AEDT


#49

Australia’s Best FIFA 18 Gamers Square Off In Inaugural E-League Live On Fox Sports
E-League launches tomorrow (February 15)
Every game LIVE on FOX SPORTS’ platforms

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TheMasterBucks, Jarrad HD, Amy Harrison, Nathan Patrick and Brittany Austin join the commentary team

Gaming fans, get excited. The global eSports phenomenon has arrived at FOX SPORTS, on Foxtel, with the brand new E-League kicking off tomorrow (Thursday 15 February).

Attracting a global audience of 385 million people, with nearly 4 million Aussie fans, competitive video gaming is one of the fastest growing sport and entertainment competitions in Australia.

Enter, the E-League; a national competition that brings together the country’s best EA SPORTS FIFA 18 ULTIMATE TEAM players to crown an inaugural champion on both X-Box and Playstation 4.

Representing each of the Hyundai A-League’s ten clubs, the gamers will square off in nine rounds of intense competition every Thursday night at 8.00pm EDT.

At the completion of the regular season, the top two teams will go head-to-head in the Final Event where the champions will be crowned.

FOX SPORTS will broadcast the Grand Final LIVE and will ensure fans don’t miss a minute of the action with every game across the 10 week competition streamed LIVE via www.foxsports.com.au/football/e-league.

FOX SPORTS has assembled an expert commentary team to guide viewers through the action.

Brittany Austin will host the coverage each week alongside professional FIFA YouTubers TheMasterBucks and JarradHD, Matildas and Sydney FC star Amy Harrison and FOX SPORTS’ esports Analyst Nathan Patrick.

The E-League will also be available through Twitch and via a Facebook LIVE stream on the Hyundai A-League’s Facebook page.

FOX SPORTS is EXCLUSIVELY available on Foxtel.

ROUND 1 BROADCAST SCHEDULE

Thursday 15 February, LIVE at 8.00pm EDT

All games available via www.foxsports.com.au/football/e-league

Melbourne Victory v Brisbane Roar
Melbourne City v Sydney FC
Western Sydney Wanderers v Newcastle Jets
Wellington Phoenix v Perth Glory
Adelaide United v Central Coast Mariners


#50

Rugby League Goes Global With Launch of Fox Sports Watch NRL

GLOBAL NRL FANS WILL NEVER MISS THEIR TEAM IN ACTION WITH THE NEW WATCH NRL STREAMING SERVICE
FREE TRIAL FOR FANS WHO SIGN UP BEFORE MARCH 15, 2018

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The first Rugby League international streaming service of its kind, Watch NRL, will ensure Rugby League fans travelling or living abroad can watch their team every round live with Watch NRL featuring every game of the 2018 NRL Telstra Premiership season, finals series and Grand Final LIVE.

In addition fans will be able to watch LIVE all three State of Origin matches, Australian men and women’s Tests played on local soil along with games from the Intrust NSW and QLD state competitions.

FOX SPORTS Director, Operations and Digital, Les Wigan said: “Now NRL fans travelling or living overseas can watch their team in action every week live with the launch of Watch NRL. This service is a game changer.

“It will help take Rugby League to thousands of fans in more markets, across more platforms, than ever before delivering the best on-field coverage plus FOX SPORTS’ award-winning NRL shows and the most loved commentary team in the business.”

NRL CEO Todd Greenberg said the Watch NRL service would help grow the game globally.

“We know people want to watch the best of Rugby League when they are overseas and this will deliver the game to them live wherever they are,” he said.

The Watch NRL streaming service will be the only destination for fans outside of Australia, New Zealand and certain Pacific Nations* to watch every NRL match live and on demand.

Included in the package is access to FOX LEAGUE, the only dedicated 24/7 Rugby League channel, which includes favourite NRL shows NRL 360, The Late Show with Matty Johns and the award-winning League Life.

FOX LEAGUE’s expert team of analysts including greats Mal Meninga, Gorden Tallis, Matty Johns, Greg Alexander and current stars including Cooper Cronk and Luke Lewis will feature across the week’s NRL line-up.

The game’s biggest and best commentary team including Warren Smith, Andrew Voss, Brenton Speed and Matt Russell will make fans feel like they’re at the game wherever they are watching.

Watch NRL will also deliver LIVE coverage of the upcoming World Club Challenge, the anticipated Cam Smith and Johnathan Thurston Testimonial Match and the traditional Charity Shield along with Rugby League’s night of nights, the Dally Ms.

The innovative streaming service will allow viewers to choose where they want to start watching from with instant full match replays available, plus fans can download matches to watch offline and set games to auto-download for their favourite team.

Games are spoiler-free, with the ability to turn scores off, while pre and live match notifications means subscribers will never miss a minute of action.

Users can choose the way they watch, from the dedicated website http://www.watchnrl.com, via the Watch NRL mobile and tablet apps for iOS and Android or through screens with Airplay or Chromecast enabled for Watch NRL.

Fans can trial the Watch NRL service with a free two week trial offer for those that sign up between 14 February and 15 March, 2018. Fans who sign up during the trial offer will be able to enjoy The World Club Challenge and International Double Header featuring South Sydney, St George Illawarra and English Super League powerhouses Wigan and Hull FC.

For more information visit www.watchnrl.com

*Watch NRL content will be accessible outside of Australia, New Zealand and the following Pacific Nations – Fiji, Samoa, Tonga, the Cook Islands, East Timor, Solomon Islands, Niue, Nauru, Vanuatu, Kiribati, Northern Marianas, Tokelau, Tahiti, Tuvalu, New Caledonia, American Samoa, Marshall Islands, Palau, and Federated States of Micronesia, Papua New Guinea, Wallis and Futuna, Iles esparses and French Polynesia.


#51

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#52

New Look Super Rugby Returns Live On Fox Sports
Every game EXCLUSIVELY LIVE, with no ad-breaks during play and in HD on FOX SPORTS, on Foxtel
Super Rugby: Kick & Chase season premiere on Wednesday (February 21) in new timeslot of 7.30pm EDT
Brand new Super Saturday launches February 24

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The 2018 Vodafone Super Rugby season launches this weekend, and FOX SPORTS, on Foxtel, will be the only place to watch every game LIVE, with no ad-breaks during play and in HD.

Super Rugby returns to a 15-team, three conference model in 2018, with the Waratahs, Reds, Brumbies and Rebels all featuring in the Australian conference alongside Japan’s Sunwolves.

The re-vamped competition will feature more Australian derbies, with local rivalries once again coming to the fore.

Round 1 kicks off this weekend, with a South African only round. A LIVE, ad-break free during play and HD double header kicks off from midnight on Sunday (February 18), with the Stormers at home to the Jaguares, before the Lions clash with the Sharks.

The Australian teams take to the field in Round 2, with the Rebels in action against the Reds on February 23, before the Sunwolves clash with the Brumbies and the Waratahs host the Stormers the following day.

FOX SPORTS will complement its unrivalled on-field coverage with the best entertainment and analysis.

Super Rugby: Kick & Chase returns in 2018 in the new timeslot of Wednesdays at 7.30pm, with the season premiere launching next week (Wednesday 21 February).

Nick McArdle returns to the hosting chair alongside an expert panel featuring Drew Mitchell, George Gregan and Brendan Cannon.

Each week, the team will review the week’s biggest stories and offer their expert opinion and analysis, plus sit down with some of the biggest names in the game.

Then on Saturdays, Rugby fans have their day sorted, with up to four LIVE games, ad-break free and back-to-back on the all-new Super Saturday.

Rod Kafer and George Gregan will offer their expert insight and analysis alongside host McArdle, while Louise Ransome joins the team to deliver the latest and breaking news from around the grounds.

The voice of Rugby, Greg Clark returns to lead a team of Wallabies legends and rugby experts. Clark is joined by Tim Horan, Greg Martin, Stephen Hoiles, Mitchell, Kafer and Gregan, alongside Rugby pundits Sean Maloney, Andrew Swain, McArdle, Natalie Yoannidis and Ransome to guide viewers through the action each week.

And with Foxtel’s new streaming service, Foxtel Now, fans can be signed up and streaming all the action LIVE within minutes. To try two weeks for free, head to www.getfoxsports.com.au.

Australia’s only 24/7 sports news channel, FOX SPORTS News 500 will be the place to stay across all the latest news and developments in the lead up to the weekend’s action with a full wrap up of all the results and highlights following each round.

The country’s number one multi-sport website Foxsports.com.au will be the online destination for fans with a Super Rugby Match Centre featuring live scores, stats and video highlights.

Fans can share their excitement for the new Vodafone Super Rugby season and join the conversation by using the hashtag #somethingSuper.

FOX SPORTS is EXCLUSIVELY available on Foxtel.

FOX SPORTS’ BROADCAST SCHEDULE

Vodafone Super Rugby
All LIVE, ad-break free during play and in HD on FOX SPORTS 505

ROUND 1

Sun 18 Feb: Stormers v Jaguares, LIVE at 12.00am
Sun 18 Feb: Lions v Sharks, LIVE at 2.15am

ROUND 2

Fri 23 Feb: Highlanders v Blues, LIVE at 5.00pm
Fri 23 Feb: Rebels v Reds, LIVE at 7.30pm
Sat 24 Feb: Crusaders v Chiefs, LIVE at 5.30pm
Sat 24 Feb: Waratahs v Stormers, LIVE at 7.30pm
Sun 25 Feb: Lions v Jaguares, LIVE at 12.00am
Sun 25 Feb: Bulls v Hurricanes, LIVE at 2.15am

Super Saturday: Premieres Sat 24 Feb, LIVE at 3.00pm

Super Rugby: Kick & Chase, Wed 21 Feb, LIVE at 7.30pm on FOX SPORTS 501

*All times listed as AEDT


#53

Fox Sports Live and Exclusive Coverage of Australian Tour of South Africa
First Test begins Thursday March 1 live at 6pm AEDT on Fox Sports 507

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Australia will be looking to back up their Ashes glory when they take on Test nation powerhouse South Africa in their four Test series beginning Thursday 1 March.

FOX SPORTS, exclusive on Foxtel, is the only place to see every ball of the series LIVE and in HD with Brendon Julian and Allan Border heading up the commentary team in Durban.

It’s the first time since 1970 that Australia has tackled the Proteas in a four-Test series on foreign soil and Steve Smith’s side will be looking for revenge following their 2-1 home series defeat to South Africa last year.

South Africa will come into the series brimming with confidence after easily disposing of the number one ranked Test nation, India, last month.

Cricket fans can expect to see a full-on pace attack from both nations with six out of the top 11 top ranked Test bowlers participating in the series.

The opening clash will be played in Durban (March 1-5), followed by Port Elizabeth (March 9-13), Cape Town (March 22-26) and Johannesburg (March 30-April 3) with all matches LIVE and exclusive on FOX SPORTS.


#54

Biggest Ever Supercars Season Cranks Into Gear Live On Fox Sports

Every practice, qualifying session and race across the season LIVE, ad-break free during play and in HD on FOX SPORTS, on Foxtel

Supercheap Auto Bathurst 1000 LIVE and ad-break free during racing for the first time

Brand new show, Supercars Trackside: Thursday at 7.30pm EDT and Sunday after the race

All new race graphics package with an enhanced leader board

FOX SPORTS Race Centre available via foxsports.com.au and the FOX SPORTS App

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A new era for the Virgin Australia Supercars Championship begins this week, when the season opening Adelaide 500 cranks into gear on FOX SPORTS, on Foxtel.

For the first time, fans will be able to enjoy every practice, qualifying session and race from every event – including the iconic Supercheap Auto Bathurst 1000 – LIVE, ad-break free and in HD on FOX SPORTS.

A brand new show will feature in FOX SPORTS’ line up in 2018, with Supercars Trackside premiering at 7.30pm EDT on Thursday (March 1).

Broadcast from the track at each race, the show will set the agenda on Thursday nights, before dissecting the action every Sunday after the race.

FOX SPORTS’ Jess Yates, Mark Skaife and Russell Ingall return to host the 60-minute programs alongside Supercars experts Neil Crompton and Greg Murphy, and technical analyst Mark Larkham.

Chris Stubbs and Riana Crehan will keep fans up to date with the latest and breaking news from Pit Lane.

All new race graphics will feature in FOX SPORTS’ unrivalled broadcast in 2018, including an enhanced leader board that will allow fans to track their favourite drivers and teams.

FOX SPORTS’ coverage of the Adelaide 500 kicks off at 10.30am EDT on Thursday, and continues across the weekend, with all practice and qualifying sessions, plus both 250km races LIVE, ad-break free and in HD.

FOX SPORTS’ expert commentary team, featuring Skaife, Ingall and Yates will analyse every session and all the big talking points across the weekend.

And with Foxtel’s new streaming service, Foxtel Now, fans can get instant access and be signed up and streaming all the action LIVE within minutes. To try two weeks for free, go to www.getfoxsports.com.au.

FOX SPORTS’ Race Centre will be the ultimate companion to the TV broadcast. Available via foxsports.com.au and the FOX SPORTS App, the Race Centre will offer fans unrivalled access to team radio and car telemetry for all 26 Supercars, plus live timing and racing stats, and an up to the minute blog of key events during each race.

FOX SPORTS is exclusively available on Foxtel.

FOX SPORTS’ BROADCAST SCHEDULE

Virgin Australia Supercars Championship: Adelaide 500

All on FOX SPORTS 506

Thu 1 Mar: LIVE from 10.30am
Fri 2 Mar: LIVE from 9.00am
Sat 3 Mar: LIVE from 9.30am
Sun 4 Mar: LIVE from 9.00am
Supercars Trackside: Thu 1 Mar at 7.30pm and Sun 4 Mar after the race


#55

Record Long Weekend Of Live Sport On Fox Sports
304 hours of LIVE sport, across 13 different codes broadcast LIVE on FOX SPORTS, on Foxtel, from Friday - Monday

JLT Community Series, Australia’s first Test v South Africa, Supercars Adelaide 500, Hyundai A-League, Super Rugby NBL Semi Finals, AFLW and the Matildas at the Algarve Cup just some of the sport on show

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FOX SPORTS, on Foxtel, will set a new LIVE sports broadcast record this weekend, with 304 hours of LIVE action delivered from midnight on Friday (March 2), through to 1.00pm EDT on Monday (March 5).

Whether it’s the round ball, the oval, the track or the bat, FOX SPORTS has sports fans covered, with wall to wall coverage of 13 different codes available right throughout the weekend.

Foxtel CEO, Patrick Delany, said: “The choice of live sport on offer for fans across the first weekend in March is fantastic. It really drives home the fact that if you love live sport, you need Foxtel, and it’s never been more affordable for Australian families than right now. For only $39 a month, sports fans will have access to all of their favourite sports, all in the one place, with live, ad-break free during play and HD coverage of the best codes from Australia and around the world.”

Footy fans will be able to watch the best male and female players LIVE in action, with Round 2 of the JLT Community Series, while the AFLW heats up with four massive games.

The Virgin Australia Supercars Championship returns for another explosive season, with fans able to watch Jamie Whincup launch his Championship defence at the season opening Adelaide 500.

The best international cricket will be on display with Australia in action against South Africa in the first Test, plus Aussie Rugby rivalries will come to the fore with a Reds v Brumbies showdown headlining the Super Rugby action.

The Hyundai A-League hits the business end of the season, with just five rounds remaining until the finals series, while the Matildas square off against Portugal in the Algarve Cup.

It’s finals time in the NBL, and the top four teams will square off in two huge clashes across the weekend. Melbourne United face New Zealand Breakers in a 1 v 4 showdown on Saturday, before Adelaide 36ers host Perth Wildcats on Sunday.

AFL
2018 JLT Community Series
2018 NAB AFL Women’s Competition

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2018 Virgin Australia Supercars Championship: Adelaide 500

CRICKET
Qantas Tour of South Africa: First Test
2018 New Zealand v England: Third ODI

FOOTBALL
Hyundai A-League 2017/18
2018 Algarve Cup
Indian Super League

RUGBY
2018 Vodafone Super Rugby
2017/18 World Rugby HSBC Sevens Series: Las Vegas
2017/18 Aviva Premiership Rugby

NBL
2017/18 NBL Semi Finals

GOLF
2018 European Tour: Tshwane Open
2018 World Golf Championship: Mexico Championship
2018 Asian Tour: ISPS Handa New Zealand Open
2018 USLPGA: HSBC Women’s World Championship

TENNIS
ATP 250 World Tour: Sao Paulo

MMA
UFC 22: Weigh Ins, pre-fight show, prelims

BOXING
WBC Heavyweight Title: Deontay Wilder v Luis Ortiz

CYCLING
UCI Track Cycling World Championships

DARTS
2018 Coral UK Open
2018 Premier League Darts

BASEBALL
Japan v Australia


#56

Westfield Matildas At The Algarve Cup Live And Only On Fox Sports
Live and Exclusive Coverage Of All Matlidas’ Matches And The Final On Fox Sports, On Foxtel

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The Westfield Matildas go head to head with some of the best teams in women’s football this week, and FOX SPORTS, on Foxtel, will be the only place to watch the action unfold.

FOX SPORTS’ coverage of the Algarve Cup includes every Matildas’ match, along with the Grand Final LIVE, with no ad-breaks during play and in HD.

It all kicks off tomorrow (Thursday 1 March), with the Matildas’ opening game against Norway at 5:30am AEDT.

The action continues on Saturday (March 3), with a showdown against Portugal, before Australia face their final pool clash against China PR on Tuesday (March 6).

The top two teams will square off in the Final on March 8.

The Matildas placed fourth at last year’s tournament, and since then have won 10 games straight. All eyes will be on the squad as they look to cap off a stellar year with a victory in Portugal.

With Foxtel’s new streaming service, Foxtel Now, fans can get instant access and be signed up and streaming all the action LIVE within minutes. To try two weeks for free, go to www.getfoxsports.com.au.

FOX SPORTS is exclusively available on Foxtel.

FOX SPORTS’ ALGARVE CUP BROADCAST SCHEDULE

Westfield Matildas v Norway

5.30am AEDT, Thu 1 March

LIVE on FOX SPORTS 503

Westfield Matildas v Portugal

2.00am AEDT, Sat 3 March

LIVE on FOX SPORTS 506

Westfield Matildas vs China PR

6.00am AEDT, Tue 6 March

LIVE on FOX SPORTS 501

Final

5.00am EDT, Thu 8 March

LIVE on FOX SPORTS 501


#57

News Corp and Telstra sign definitive agreements to combine Foxtel and FOX SPORTS Australia

News Corp and Telstra today announced they have signed definitive agreements to combine Foxtel and FOX SPORTS Australia, which will deliver premium and innovative content to Australians with ever greater quality, variety and efficiency.

The key commercial arrangements include:
•News Corp will have 65 per cent shareholding in the combined entity and Telstra will have 35 per cent.
•News Corp will appoint four directors (including the Chairman) to the combined entity’s board and the
senior executives, and Telstra will appoint two directors.
•News Corp will consolidate the combined entity into its financial statements

The combined company will provide Australian viewers with the best possible experiences by:
•Putting greater emphasis on live streaming products and an expanded library, including Australian written, produced and directed programming;
•Delivering new and creative products and packages across devices and platforms, with investment in
exclusive content and technology, including a focus on high quality FOX SPORTS Australia productions;
•Expanding distribution channels for Foxtel and FOX SPORTS Australia products, along with developing greater operating efficiencies across the combined businesses; and
•Levering the benefits of the assets and experience of News Corp in Australia and around the world.

News Corp Chief Executive Robert Thomson said: “The launch of the combined company will mark the dawn of a new era for our Australian business, and Foxtel and FOX SPORTS Australia will together be a formidable force. We will be able to use our powerful media platforms to promote the unique sports and entertainment assets in the two companies, and improve services for consumers and advertisers. Patrick Delany and his talented team will be absolutely focused on serving viewers compelling, contemporary
Australian content and superlative sports coverage on personalized platforms.”

Mr Delany will be Chief Executive Officer of the combined company.

Telstra CEO Andy Penn said the combination of Foxtel and FOX SPORTS Australia with their content assets would position the company to strongly compete in the dynamic media market, and it would continue to be an important part of Telstra’s media strategy.

“Our customers are streaming more and more sport and entertainment on their TV at home and on their mobile devices while on the move. Telstra will be the exclusive telco sales agent for the combined entity on mobile and IP products and we will continue with our broadcast reseller arrangements,” Mr Penn said.
News Corp Australasia Executive Chairman Michael Miller said: "Under the leadership of Patrick Delany, this company will provide the exclusive and quality content that Australian consumers demand and expect. It will broadcast and stream in the most exciting, innovative and engaging ways across all platforms.”

The transaction is expected to close during the fourth quarter of Fiscal Year 2018.


#58

Our tour of India will be broadcast LIVE in Australia on Fox Sports! 🙌 First game is Monday, 2.30pm AEDT 👊 pic.twitter.com/SjVqStTqGy

— Australian Women's Cricket Team 🏏 (@SouthernStars) March 11, 2018

#59

Fox Sports Remains Home To Roland Garros

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FOX SPORTS, on Foxtel, continues to be the only place to watch LIVE, start-to-finish coverage of Roland Garros in a new three year agreement announced today.

Foxtel viewers will receive the most comprehensive daily coverage from the opening day to the Men’s and Women’s Final LIVE and in HD, in the new arrangement which will see SBS become the free-to-air broadcast partner.

FOX SPORTS will deliver prime-time daily coverage starting at 7pm with the first three hours of each day’s play EXCLUSIVELY LIVE until the Quarter Finals.

From the Quarter Finals onwards, FOX SPORTS will continue to deliver LIVE and HD coverage right through to the Men’s and Women’s Finals simulcast with SBS.

FOX SPORTS’ coverage includes the best men’s and women’s singles, doubles and mixed doubles matches, including additional court feeds and hours of exclusive content across the tournament, all broadcast LIVE and in HIGH DEFINITION.


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Watch AFL
FOX SPORTS TAKES AFL TO MORE FANS AROUND THE WORLD WITH WATCH AFL GLOBAL PASS
Fox Sports Delivers Every AFL Game Live To International Fans With Watch AFL
FREE TRIAL FOR FANS WHO SIGN UP BEFORE MARCH 31 2018

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Following last year’s successful launch, the ground-breaking international streaming service Watch AFL returns to deliver LIVE and on demand coverage of every game in the 2018 Toyota AFL Premiership Season to footy fans living or travelling outside Australia.

Watch AFL will also deliver all the Finals action including the showcase event, the 2018 Grand Final, LIVE and on demand.

In addition to being able to watch your team every round live, fans will receive FOX FOOTY’s unrivalled line-up of award-winning shows keeping them entertained and informed across the week.

Fan favourites including AFL 360, Bounce, Open Mike and the new look On the Couch will return plus a host of new shows will deliver the biggest and most exciting line-up ever.

The best team of callers, presenters and experts will guide viewers through the action making fans feel they are at the game and in the thick of the battle, wherever they are around the world.