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Stan Sport is the best streaming provider. No ad breaks at all during play


Don’t all paid streamers do that (bar ESPN)? Actually no one shows ads during play.

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Roland Garros on Stan Sport. All courts on and ad-free


Details for the second last round of TCR Australia Series at Sydney Motorsport Park, to be held on November 3 and 4, were revealed today.

Coverage of both night races on Friday and Saturday will be live and ad-free on Stan Sport with the sole day race on Saturday carried on 9Gem as part of three hours of free-to-air coverage.


2023 US Open tennis coverage on Stan Sport

Battle on the Reef PPV - October 7 in Townsville

Tickets are now on sale from Ticketek.


Stan Sport’s live and exclusive coverage of 2023 Laver Cup from Vancouver, Canada, starts this Saturday (September 23) at 6am AEST, with the first three singles matches and the first doubles match. Nick Kyrgios was initially picked in the Team World squad for the three-day tournament, but withdrew due to injury, meaning there are no Aussies in the squad.


That’s disappointing, always liked the coverage on Stan Sport but can understand why with much of the motorsport coverage in Aus on Fox Sports.

It’s not surprising, to be honest. Yes, the coverage was great but why they did a deal like this is beyond me. It was never a good idea.


That’s on TCR, not Stan Sport though. Unbeknownst to everyone, they signed the deal with Stan Sport. Yes in that time they got Indy Car and a few other series but still not enough to draw the eyes.


I don’t think it was TCR i think it was done by Motorsport Aus. TCR is only part of it. But either way yeah your right.

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Waiting for the comments to say, this will be a good pick up for Ten… :joy:


I’m surprised they managed to pick up a few different Motorsport categories, nothing major of course, but still IndyCar as you mentioned as well as Formula E and WRC + the Speed Series.

Not a good look for the Speed Series though IMO, chopping and changing broadcasters every few years for a category which is trying to gain momentum.

Best outcome really is that they align with Fox/Kayo and then maybe Supercars and F1 fans may casually tune in.


The issue is, the “casual” fan isn’t the one with Fox/Kayo, they are already the diehard Motorsport fan. Moving it to that platform is just doing the same thing as leaving it on Stan.

To capture the casual new viewer it needs to be solely on FTA, but that horse has bolted, unless Nine/ten (all jokes aside)/seven go for all rights.

Even if they started with just live coverage of the TCR races and try and build support.

The Supercars at the moment hold the crowds, placing it on Fox/Kayo, will mean it sits in the shadows of all the other Motorsport, it’s one reason why TCR etc went with another network, to try and build, but when it’s solely behind a paywall, it won’t be build anything besides grumbles from the teams.

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Brisbane international on Stan


Been considering adding-on Stan Sport package (currently have a Stan sub anyway) with the Oz Open commencing tomorrow, anyone reckon it’s worth it? Would definitely consider for Paris 2024 as well.

Saw this comment today on TVT in Knoxy’s AO post:

I am a tennis/sport fan and do love major events like the Olympics, Winter Olympics, Comm Games and Grand Slam Tennis for their festival-esque atmosphere, dipping in/out of events/matches and having multiple screens on the go and playing around.



Can you split screen?

I have it for the last 3 years and it’s fantastic.



​Featuring legends of Australian women’s football and current Matildas stars including inaugural captain Julie Dolan, Sam Kerr, Steph Catley, Mary Fowler, Ellie Carpenter and more, Trailblazers showcases the incredible journey and rise of women’s football and the team’s journey to success.

Stan , Australia’s unrivalled home of original productions, today announced that the highly anticipated Stan Original Documentary Trailblazers , will premiere on Stan ahead of Olympic Games Paris 2024. This announcement follows the Matildas incredible 10-0 win overnight against Uzbekistan, securing their ticket for Paris 2024.
​Showcasing the transformational journey of the Matildas​, Trailblazers is supported by MECCA M-POWER and Documentary Australia , who seek to harness that change and further progress gender equality and leadership across society.
Trailblazers will take viewers on the incredible journey and rise of the Matildas , Australia’s beloved women’s national football team, and women’s football in Australia. From the first FIFA recognised game in 1979 and the early years of paying-to-play, to the Matildas striking for equal pay in 2015, heartbreak at the Tokyo 2020 and Australia co-hosting the largest women’s sporting event on the planet, the FIFA Women’s World Cup 2023 to qualifying for Paris 2024. This triumphant story honours the early players who paved the way for future generations and the rockstar players who are household names today.

Created by an all female production team, Trailblazers features past Matildas legends including first captain Julie Dolan and current stars: Captain Sam Kerr, Vice-Captain Steph Catley, Mary Fowler, Ellie Carpenter, Teagan Micah, Melissa Barbieri, Kate Gill and Moya Dodd. Trailblazers also features contributions from ex Socceroos Captain and Stan Sport commentator Craig Foster, Coach Tommy Sermanni and the first Indigenous female player Karen Menzies.

Trailblazers will premiere later this year in the lead up to Paris 2024 where the Matildas are striving to win a coveted Olympic Gold Medal.

Stan Chief Content Officer Cailah Scobie said: “Stan is delighted to be working with the filmmakers of Trailblazers, Documentary Australia and Mecca to amplify and celebrate the incredible rise of women’s football. The Matildas are one of Australia’s most beloved teams and we know this documentary will inspire, educate and drive important conversations ahead of Paris 2024.”

Executive Director of MECCA M-POWER Lisa Keenan said: “Sport, like art, has the power to bring people together and help us to see the world in new ways. Last year, during the 2023 FIFA Women’s World Cup, the Matildas didn’t just kick their way into the collective hearts of Australia. They showed the world the beauty of teamwork, the unique skill and artistry of women’s football, and they inspired a new generation of girls to pick up the ball and run with it.”

Screen Australia Head of Documentary Richard Huddleston said:Trailblazers will strike a chord with Australian audiences – opening our minds to the power sport has to drive change in society. It’s a story that lays bare the heart, soul and perseverance of these legendary female athletes and gives hope for a future where women and girls have equal access, opportunity and pay in sport. Screen Australia is immensely proud to have supported this powerful documentary."

VicScreen CEO, Caroline Pitcher said: “Last year, the Matildas took the world by storm with their incredible World Cup campaign and their extraordinary talent and determination. Produced by a female-led creative team, this powerful documentary captures the trailblazers and the pioneers who paved the way for women’s football, and the leaders who continue to champion equality and inclusion today. Rousing and inspiring - VicScreen is proud to have supported Trailblazers through both our development and production funding.”

Trailblazers is a Savage Films, Milestone Films and LM Films Production for Stan Originals. Principal Production Funding from Mecca M-Power in association with Screen Australia. Developed and produced in association with VicScreen.

DOP Maggie Eudes, Editor Sara Edwards, Executive Producers Caitriona Fay & Kate Gill, Stan Executive Producers Cailah Scobie & Alicia Brown. Producer Lucy Maclaren, Producers-Writers-Directors Maggie Miles & Maggie Eudes.

The Stan Original Documentary Trailblazers is coming soon, only on Stan. ​