From Monday, glow sticks will be in hand as FOX FOOTY looks back on one of the greatest decades in footy history.
After a long wait, the Seven Network will welcome all Australians to a momentous 17 days in history, beginning with the Opening Ceremony.
Sound the alarm – Ryan Papenhuyzen, the form player of the season before missing many weeks through concussion, returns on Friday Night Footy
Its another big weekend of action live coming up on KAYO.
The 100-ball competition will be the shortest format professional cricket competition in the world and will see eight newly-created franchises, each featuring a male and female team, representing seven cities across the UK.
WWE (NYSE: WWE) and the Foxtel Group today announced a major new multi-year agreement to deliver WWE’s weekly flagship programming Raw®, SmackDown® and NXT® , as well as WWE’s monthly pay-per-views, live to Australia fans via Main Event on the Foxtel Group’s platforms.
The gripping NBA Finals series between the Milwaukee Bucks and Phoenix Suns continues with a must-win Game Six for the Suns live on ESPN.
The Wallabies take on France in the third and final Test match this Saturday night at Suncorp Stadium in Brisbane, with extended ad-free coverage on Stan Sport from 7:15pm AEST, and from 7:30pm AEST on Channel 9.
Tonight on Macca’s Friday Night Footy, the Sea Eagles and Dragons battle on the Gold Coast.
Australia’s most loved and respected sports broadcaster Bruce McAvaney returns for his 11th Olympic Games coverage. Seven’s team featuring some of Australia’s greatest ever Olympians, who between them have...
Formula 1, NBA Finals, International Cricket, Supercars, AFL, NRL, WNBA and British Open Golf.
Due to the network’s commitments in Tokyo, Seven has opted not to broadcast Sunday afternoon AFL during the Olympics period.
With no All-Star game taking place last season, the best in baseball are certainly making up for the missed time.
The 2021 OPEN CHAMPIONSHIP will provide golf fans with a dedicated Live pop-up channel in a week-long celebration of the 149th Open Championship on FOXTEL and Kayo.
Supercars series leader Shane van Gisbergen yesterday secured his second thrilling victory of the weekend at the NTI Townsville 500, with the Seven Network’s live and free coverage reaching a combined 2.18 million people nationally and 1.32 million in the capital cities across Saturday and Sunday.
The series follows every aspect of the Wests Tigers’ 2021 season - the triumphs and tears - taking viewers into the inner sanctum of the rugby league club during four, hour-long episodes.