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The SBS broadcast will feature live commentary from the stadiums in France from respected broadcaster David Basheer alongside former Matilda Sarah Walsh
The new agreement will bring 79 Emirates FA Cup matches – beginning with the First Round and running through the Finals
The 10 Network is reportedly set to invest in A-League broadcast rights, but the big questions being asked by media insiders is why?
Optus Sport has brought together some of Australia’s best female journalists and football talent to lead the 2019 FIFA Women’s World Cup coverage when the tournament gets underway this June.
New England Patriots vs Los Angeles Rams plus Maroon 5 Halftime Show – NFL Super Bowl 53 Broadcast Guide
The New England Patriots will take on the Los Angeles Rams in Atlanta, Georgia next Monday Australian time on what is the biggest day in American sport, the NFL Super Bowl 53.
Australian Football Fans left frustrated as Free-To-Air Broadcasters fail to strike deal for 2019 Asian Cup
Football fans have taken to social media to express their frustration at not being able to watch Australia’s defence of the Asian Cup on free-to-air television.
Australian football fans will get the chance to farewell Australia’s greatest ever Socceroo Tim Cahill when the Socceroos clash with Lebanon
SBS has secured the exclusive free-to-air rights to two South American football competitions, with the Copa Libertadores and the Copa Sudamericana.
The Socceroos are currently in third place on the Group B ladder; a win against the ladder-leading Japan could see Australia move into one of the two automatic qualification spots for their last group match against Thailand next week.
Foxtel subscribers, whose subscription includes the Sports pack, now have access to sports programming via the beIN SPORTS CONNECT app, as part of their existing subscription, at no extra cost.
A journey from football’s humble beginnings to the international franchise powerhouse it is today.
Watford will be looking to start this season strong in front of a home crowd at Vicarage Road to make up for a poor finish in 2016-17 and The Reds, boasting one of the strongest global fan bases in the competition, are set for title challenge following a busy time in the off-season’s highly controversial transfer window.
SBS VICELAND will exclusively broadcast both blockbuster matches of the 2017 Arsenal In Sydney tour from ANZ Stadium around the country live, free and in HD next week.