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Including (unbelievably) a matchup between Kyrgios and Tomic (who wasn’t bored enough to tank qualifying) in Round 1


Preliminary card from 10.00am (AEST) on FOX SPORTS 501


Wallabies and Ireland Ignite Rivalry in Historic Three Test Series

The Qantas Wallabies’ three-Test series against Ireland kicks off on Saturday (June 9), and FOX SPORTS, on Foxtel, will ensure fans don’t miss a minute of the action.

In addition to LIVE, ad-break free during play and HD coverage of the series, FOX SPORTS will be the only place to watch the All Blacks tackle France, and South Africa face England on the corresponding weekends throughout June.

It all kicks off on Saturday, with the opening clash between New Zealand and France at 4.30pm EST, before the Wallabies assemble at Suncorp Stadium to square off with Ireland.

The stage is set for a thrilling showdown, with the reigning Six Nations champions on the hunt to continue their impressive 12-game winning streak.

FOX SPORTS’ Wallabies coverage begins from 7.30pm EST, with Drew Mitchell, George Gregan and Phil Kearns teaming up with Nick McArdle to preview the action ahead.

Louise Ransome will join the panel to deliver ‘Lou’s News’.

The voice of Rugby, Greg Clark, takes over to call the action from 8.05pm, alongside Tim Horan, Kearns and Rod Kafer, who will be stationed on the sideline.

Then from 1.00am, South Africa line-up against England for the first game in their Test series.

All three series continue over the next three weeks, with the Australian Tests moving to Melbourne on June 16 and Sydney on June 23.

FOX SPORTS’ dedicated Rugby show, Test Rugby: Kick & Chase, will be the destination for fans looking for the latest news and reviews throughout the month.

Former Wallaby James Horwill will join the team as a guest panellist tonight, where he will point out his players to watch throughout the series.

The panel will also cross LIVE to Bernard Foley in Brisbane for an update on the team’s preparations ahead of Game 1.

Australia’s leading general sports website, will be the online destination for all the news, video highlights and expert analysis throughout the month.

FOX SPORTS is exclusively available on Foxtel.


Saturday 10 June:
All Blacks v France, LIVE at 4.30pm on FOX SPORTS 501
Wallabies v Ireland, LIVE at 7.30pm on FOX SPORTS 501

Sunday 11 June:
Springboks v England, LIVE at 1.00am on FOX SPORTS 501

Saturday 16 June:
All Blacks v France, LIVE at 4.30pm on FOX SPORTS 501
Wallabies v Ireland, LIVE at 7.30pm on FOX SPORTS 501

Sunday 17 June:
South Africa v England, LIVE at 1.00am on FOX SPORTS 506

Sunday 23 June:
All Blacks v France, LIVE at 4.30pm on FOX SPORTS 501
Wallabies v Ireland, LIVE at 7.30pm on FOX SPORTS 501

Sunday 24 June:
South Africa v England, LIVE at 1.00am on FOX SPORTS 501

Test Rugby: Kick & Chase, LIVE at 7.30pm Wednesdays on FOX SPORTS 501

*Times listed as AEST


2018 U.S. Open Tees Off Live And Only On Fox Sports

All four days LIVE, EXCLUSIVE and in HD on FOX SPORTS 501
Watch on Foxtel, start streaming today. Go to

The world’s best golfers descend on New York’s Shinnecock Hills Golf Club to contest the 118th edition of the U.S. Open from Thursday (June 14).

FOX SPORTS 501, on Foxtel, will be the only place to see the action unfold with LIVE, EXCLUSIVE and HD coverage across all four days of must-see competition.

FOX SPORTS’ coverage of the year’s second major will include two extra hours of daily LIVE content, with Live from the U.S. Open returning to recap the day’s action following the conclusion of each round.

Americans Dustin Johnson and Justin Thomas return to their home tournament as World No.1 and World No.2, while local hopes Jason Day and Marc Leishman aim to become the first Aussie champion since Geoff Ogilvy in 2006.

FOX SPORTS is available exclusively on Foxtel.


2018 U.S. OPEN
THU 14 JUN: Round 1, LIVE from 11:30PM
SAT 16 JUN: Round 2, LIVE from 12:00AM
SUN 17 JUN: Round 3, LIVE from 1:30AM
MON 18 JUN: Round 4, LIVE from 2:00AM

*All times listed as AEST





The International Hockey Federation (FIH) has agreed a five-year partnership with FOX SPORTS Australia, giving fans access to LIVE and EXCLUSIVE HD coverage of the Hockey Pro League, Hockey World Cups, Champions Trophies and Olympic Qualification Events until 2022.

Deal agreed for Hockey Pro League plus other flagship international events

FOX SPORTS, exclusively on Foxtel, will broadcast all 16 matches hosted by Australia’s Kookaburras (men) and Hockeyroos (women) as part of the game-changing Hockey Pro League which begins early 2019. In addition, they will also provide full visibility across multiple platforms for all 144 Pro League matches taking place between January and June each year across the world, as well as the end of season Grand Final.

Before then Australian fans will be able to tune in to FOX SPORTS’ LIVE coverage of the Kookaburra’s title defense of both the Rabobank Hockey Champions Trophy in Breda between 23 June and 1 July 2018 and the Odisha Hockey Men’s World Cup Bhubaneswar 2018, taking place from 28 November until 16 December.

All Hockeyroos matches from the Vitality Hockey Women’s World Cup London 2018 between 21 July and 5 August as well as November’s Women’s Champions Trophy Changzhou 2018 between 17-25 November will also be shown by the Australian broadcaster.

Speaking about this, FIH TV and Broadcast Director Andy Oram said: “With Australia one of the world’s greatest hockey nations it was important to engage with a broadcaster who would provide the platform their success deserves. We’re delighted that FOX SPORTS’ longstanding investment in the game will continue into what is an incredibly exciting time for hockey, both in Australia and across the world, and we look forward to developing the positive and constructive relationship we have built with them.”

He continued: “This is another important partnership agreed as part of FIH’s global distribution strategy, focused on delivering world-class production and content. It shows that the Hockey Pro League and our other flagship events are attractive propositions for broadcasters who are key to helping us engage with millions more followers across the planet.”

FOX SPORTS COO, Peter Campbell, said: “FOX SPORTS is delighted to extend its partnership with the International Hockey Federation, a deal which will provide unprecedented coverage for the sport.

“FOX SPORTS will deliver more local and international action than ever before, broadcasting the exciting new Hockey Pro League from 2019, and with the 2020 Olympics just around the corner, we will be the place for fans to follow the Aussies with coverage of major events including the World Cup and Olympic Qualifiers.

“Our Australian hockey teams have achieved enormous success on the global stage but have had little visibility outside the Olympics. This new partnership will change that, providing significantly more coverage, both internationally and domestically, which will help grow the sport and showcase these incredible athletes.”

Hockey Australia CEO Matt Favier also welcomed this news. He said: “This partnership will provide extensive, high quality coverage of our game both within Australia and through FIH’s global broadcast partners and channels throughout the year. As a result, fans will now have many more opportunities to engage with the sport on a more regular basis.

“We know that great content is key to our success. The partnership with FOX SPORTS is one important element in our strategy of giving fans – and potential fans – the opportunity to experience our sport. Our content strategy considers a range of platforms with broadcast of course being very important.”

This partnership, which runs until December 2022, is the latest significant broadcast partnership agreed by the FIH in recent weeks, with Belgian broadcaster Telenet committing to similar terms. These partnerships indicate the commercial value of FIH’s event portfolio which has undergone extensive restructuring. With growing interest in FIH events around the world, the FIH expects to announce further partnerships in the coming weeks.


That should please the 10 hockey fans in Australia!


Hockey is always a popular sport when it comes to Olympics and commonwealth games. Always rates well. I think this is a smart move by Fox there is a market for hockey in Australia. there will be a lot more than 10 watching. Plus it’s good to see a sports network broaden its base from ‘traditional’ sports.


ABC traditionally had hockey, always enjoyed stopping by to catch some. Won’t attract the casual viewer to take up a Foxtel subscription but good for hard core hockey fans to see it.


Boomers’ World Cup Qualifiers Tip Off Live and Only on Fox Sports

The Boomers complete their first round of FIBA World Cup qualifiers this week and next with two big clashes against Japan and the Philippines.

FOX SPORTS, on Foxtel, will be the only place to watch the action unfold with LIVE, ad-break free during play and HD of both games.

It all tips off in prime-time at 8.30pm EST tonight (Friday 29 June), when the Boomers square off against Japan, and continues on Monday (July 2) at 9.20pm with the second game against the Philippines.

Australia have already secured a spot in the second round in September, after winning their first four games, but will be keen to continue their impressive form as the results carry over.

FOX SPORTS is the home of basketball in Australia, with LIVE coverage of all FIBA World Cup Qualifiers, the FIBA Basketball World Cup and FIBA Women’s Basketball World Cup, FIBA Olympic Qualifying tournaments, FIBA Asia Cup, FIBA Continental Championship Qualifers, the NBL and WNBL.

FOX SPORTS is EXCLUSIVELY available on Foxtel.

FOX SPORTS’ Broadcast Schedule
Japan v Australia: Fri 29 Jun, LIVE at 8.30pm on FOX SPORTS 505
Philippines v Australia: Mon 2 Jul, LIVE at 9.20pm on FOX SPORTS 506



370+ hours of live tennis

Kim Clijsters joins FOX SPORTS commentary team

Three exclusively LIVE matches daily up until the quarter finals

The Daily Serve nightly from London

The world’s most prestigious Grand Slam swings into action from Monday (July 2), and FOX SPORTS will serve up the most comprehensive coverage, spearheaded by an expert commentary team featuring former World No.1 Kim Clijsters for the first time.

FOX SPORTS will deliver LIVE and HIGH DEFINITION coverage from the first round through to, and including the Quarter Finals, with three EXCLUSIVE matches available to Foxtel subscribers daily.

Over 370 hours of LIVE tennis will be available to viewers on two HD channels across three days, plus Foxtel subscribers can choose from up to four LIVE matches at any time on days two, three and four. and the FOX SPORTS App will offer two concurrent LIVE streams showing extra matches from multiple courts, along with video highlights, previews and reviews of each day’s play.

Australia’s number one multi sports website will also be the destination for fans to follow the action online with a dedicated Wimbledon section delivering the latest news, live scores and players to watch.

Clijsters will join former World No. 1 Boris Becker, star coach Roger Rasheed and Adam Peacock in the FOX SPORTS commentary team, to preview the action ahead each night on ‘The Daily Serve’, airing at 8:00pm (EST).

Broadcasting LIVE from London, the team will provide in-depth analysis, preview upcoming matches and interview the tennis world’s biggest names.

Fans won’t miss a minute of the action with nightly highlights packages aired at 7:00pm (EST) and all the best matches replayed throughout the day

FOX SPORTS will begin the countdown to the main event from 12.00pm EST on Monday, with a 30-minute preview show, highlights from some of the best finals featuring Andre Agassi, Pete Sampras and John McEnroe, along with the 2017 official Wimbledon film.



MON 2 JUL: FOX SPORTS’ Wimbledon Countdown, from 12:00pm AEST

1 MON 2 JUL 8:00PM 8:30PM
2 TUE 3 JUL 8:00PM 8:30PM 7:00PM
3 WED 4 JUL 8:00PM 8:30PM 7:00PM
4 THU 5 JUL 8:00PM 8:30PM 7:00PM
5 FRI 6 JUL 8:00PM 8:30PM 7:00PM
6 SAT 7 JUL 8:00PM 8:30PM 7:00PM
7 MON 9 JUL 8:00PM 8:30PM 7:00PM
8 TUE 10 JUL 9:30PM 10:00PM 8:30PM
9 WED 11 JUL 9:30PM 10:00PM 8:30PM


Fox Sports claimed two awards at the 2018 Mumbrella Sports Marketing Awards, held in Sydney last night. Fox League’s Yvonne Sampson was named best sports presenter while Fox Sports won Marketing Team of the Year.


Dedicated Open Championship Channel

From 16 July

The 147th edition of The Open Championship tees off from July 19, and FOX SPORTS, on Foxtel, is the only place to see the opening tee shot through to the closing putt, all on a dedicated, 24/7 pop up channel.

FOX SPORTS More (Ch. 507) will become the home of the year’s third major from Monday (16 July), before the EXCLUSIVELY LIVE action tees off on July 19.

In addition to start-to-finish coverage of every round, FOX SPORTS will show an additional hour of LIVE content recapping the action at the conclusion of each day’s play.

A dedicated preview show, LIVE from the British Open launches at 9.00am on Tuesday (July 17), Wednesday (July 18) and Thursday (July 19), before Round 1 tees off at 3.30pm on Thursday afternoon.

Foxtel subscribers will also have access to bonus Open Championship content via and the FOX SPORTS App, including continuous coverage of up to four additional holes, plus fans can follow the progress of two marquee playing groups.

Australia’s number one multi sports website will also be the destination for fans to follow the action online, with a dedicated Open Championship section delivering the latest news, highlights and leader boards.

Fans can warm up to the live play by reliving some of The Open’s most memorable rounds, shots and players, plus 60-minute highlights packages of past tournaments.

A contingent of nine Australians, including Jason Day, Marc Leishman and Adam Scott, lead the green and gold charge as they endeavor to become the first Australian to win The Open Championship since Greg Norman in 1993.



Monday 16 July at 12:01am
The Open Championship dedicated channel launches

Tuesday 17 July
LIVE from the British Open: 9.00am

Wednesday 18 July
LIVE from the British Open: 9.00am

Thursday 19 July
LIVE from the British Open: 9.00am
Round 1: 3.30pm

Friday 20 July
LIVE from the British Open: 6.00am
Round 2: 3.30pm

Saturday 21 July
LIVE from the British Open: 6.00am
Round 3: 7.00pm

Sunday 22 July
LIVE from the British Open: 11.00am
Final Round: 6.00pm

Monday 23 July
LIVE from the British Open: 4.30am



I’ve seen him in action on Fox Sports News on occasions and boy does he get fired up! It can be entertaining at times but what he’s done at this charity event is just ridiculous!


Big Week of Rugby Exclusively Live on Fox Sports

Super Rugby Qualifying Finals headlined by Waratahs v Highlanders on Saturday
Rugby World Cup Sevens 2018 kicks off on Saturday
Michael Hooper and Dominique Du Toit on Super Rugby: Kick & Chase tonight

Rugby fans will be spoilt for choice this weekend, with the Super Rugby Qualifying Finals and Rugby World Cup Sevens both EXCLUSIVELY LIVE, ad-break free during play and in HD on FOX SPORTS, on Foxtel.

Super Rugby launches the weekend with an all-Kiwi clash between the Hurricanes and Chiefs at 5.00pm EST on Friday (July 21), before minor premiers, the Crusaders, take on the 8th placed Sharks at the same time the following day.

The Waratahs placed third at the end of the home-and-away season, earning the right to host the Highlanders on Saturday.

Drew Mitchell, George Gregan, Nick McArdle and Louise Ransome will team up to preview the clash from 7.30pm, before Greg Clark, Tim Horan, Rod Kafer and Stephen Hoiles take over to call the action.

The final Super Rugby game of the weekend features South African outfit, the Lions at home to the Jaguares at 11.00pm on Saturday night.

The world’s best men’s and women’s Sevens teams descend on San Francisco from Saturday morning for the Rugby World Cup Sevens.

Teams are set to square off in a straight-up knockout tournament for the first time.

Fans can watch the Aussie women in action against Papua New Guinea Round of 16 at 4.28am on Saturday morning.

The men’s draw features a number of qualification matches, with the Aussie men set to play the winner of Kenya v Tonga at 12.47pm.

Sean Maloney and Tiana Penitani will team up to call the action.

FOX SPORTS will show every game from both competitions EXCLUSIVELY LIVE, ad-break free during play and in HD.

Fans can warm up to the action with Super Rugby: Kick & Chase from 7.30pm EST tonight on FOX SPORTS 501.

Waratahs and Wallabies captain Michael Hooper joins the team LIVE in studio to provide an update on his team’s preparations ahead of the weekend, along with Dominique Du Toit who will preview the Rugby World Cup Sevens.

FOX SPORTS is EXCLUSIVELY available on Foxtel.

Friday 20 July: Hurricanes v Chiefs, LIVE at 5.00pm
Saturday 21 July: Crusaders v Sharks, LIVE at 5.00pm
Saturday 21 July: Waratahs v Highlanders, LIVE at 7.30pm
Saturday 21 July: Lions v Jaguares, LIVE at 11.00pm

Saturday 21 July: Day 1 from 2.50am
Sunday 22 July: Day 2 from 2.20am
For men’s fixtures, click here
For women’s fixtures, click here

all times listed AEST



The FFA Cup returns tomorrow night (July 25), and FOX SPORTS will ensure fans get to see all the action, with LIVE coverage of all Round of 32 matches.

FOX SPORTS will deliver LIVE and EXCLUSIVE coverage of the feature match between Avondale FC and Marconi Stallions, plus all the goals from the other five games as they go in.

Coverage gets underway from 7.00pm EST, when Adam Peacock, Archie Thompson and Robbie Slater combine for a comprehensive preview of the action ahead.

The on-field action kicks off at 7.30pm, with Andy Harper and Teo Pellizzeri calling the action, while Michael Zappone delivers updates from the sideline.

As well as providing full coverage of the Melbourne match, FOX SPORTS will also have LIVE coverage of the other five games, capturing all the goals and highlights.

The games, including Port Melbourne Sharks v Apia Leichhardt Tigers, Lions v Olympic, Canberra v Broadmeadow Magic, Gwelup Croatia v Adelaide Comets and Bonnyrigg White Eagles v Hakoah Sydney City East, will all be available via LIVE stream on and the FOX SPORTS App.

FOX SPORTS will deliver all Round of 32 matches LIVE, with the action continuing on August 1 and 7.

FOX SPORTS is exclusively available on Foxtel.


FOX SPORTS More (Ch 507):
Avondale FC v Marconi Stallions FC: LIVE at 7.00pm and the Fox Sports App:
Port Melbourne Sharks SC v Apia Leichhardt Tigers FC
Lions FC v Olympic FC
Canberra FC v Broadmeadow Magic FC
Gwelup Croatia SC v Adelaide Comets
Bonnyrigg White Eagles FC v Hakoah Sydney City East FC

Rockdale City Suns FC v Sydney FC: LIVE at 7.00pm and the Fox Sports App:
Adelaide United v Central Coast Mariners
Heidelberg United FC v Charlestown City Blues FC
Cairns FC v Armadale SC

Bentleigh Greens SC v Wellington Phoenix: LIVE at 7.00pm and the Fox Sports App:
Northcote City FC v Devonport Strikers
Brisbane Roar FC v Melbourne City FC
Gold Coast Knights FC v Newcastle Jets
Perth Glory v Melbourne Victory
Hellenic AC v Western Sydney Wanderers FC

*Times listed as AEST


Super Rugby semi finals

The Waratahs have surged through to the Super Rugby Semi Finals, and FOX SPORTS, on Foxtel, will be the only place to watch LIVE as they continue their quest for Southern Hemisphere glory on Saturday (July 28).

Only four teams remain in the hunt for the Super Rugby title, with New Zealand’s Crusaders and Hurricanes squaring off ahead of the Tahs v Lions this weekend.

FOX SPORTS’ EXCLUSIVELY LIVE, ad-break free during play and HD coverage kicks off at 5.00pm EST on Saturday, when the two Kiwi teams take to the field in the first Semi Final.

Then at 10.30pm, Rod Kafer, Drew Mitchell, Nick McArdle and Louise Ransome team up to preview the Waratahs’ showdown with the Lions.

Attention turns to the field from 11.05pm, with Greg Clark, Tim Horan and Stephen Hoiles combining to call the action LIVE from Ellis Park Stadium in Johannesburg.

Fans can warm up to the action with Super Rugby: Kick & Chase from 7.30pm EST tonight on FOX SPORTS 501.

Clark sits down with Waratahs play maker Bernard Foley, plus Kafer delivers a Lions’ masterclass ahead of Saturday’s do-or-die clash.

FOX SPORTS is EXCLUSIVELY available on Foxtel.

Saturday 28 July
Crusaders v Hurricanes, LIVE at 5.00pm
Lions v Waratahs, LIVE at 10.30pm

Tonight (Wed 25 Jul) at 7.30pm

*All times listed as EST


Can’t Fox use the red button to give viewers all 6 matches?


I think red button has a limited capacity (1-2 extra channels at most).


Red button hasn’t been operational for 2 years