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BROADCAST GUIDE | The final WORLD CUP qualifier is here as Australia’s SOCCEROOS get ready to face PERU
Liverpool FC will be chasing its first ever FIFA Club World Cup title this December, and Optus Sport will be the only place to watch the 11-day tournament exclusively live
Saturday’s Pool B match between New Zealand and Italy and the Pool C match between England and France have been cancelled
Foxtel continues to change the game for Australian sport with the arrival of its second dedicated 4K Ultra HD channel, bringing subscribers exclusive coverage of every match of every nation of the Rugby World Cup 2019 LIVE, ad-break free during play
As his mates go off to battle on the world stage, Nick Phipps will join 10’s Rugby World Cup commentary team, adding first-hand insight from the eyes of a current squad member.
Fox Sports has responded swiftly to complaints from subscribers, implementing an all Aussie commentary team for the FIBA World Cup.
The month-long FIFA Women’s World Cup tournament comes down to the final match on Monday morning when the USA play the Netherlands in Lyon, France.
Four teams remain in the FIFA Women’s World Cup tournament, with the semi-final line up finalised after two big matches.
Optus Sport confirms broadcast schedule for Quarter-Finals action at FIFA Women’s World Cup | #WWC2019
Following the conclusion of the Round of 16 on Wednesday morning, the FIFA Women’s World Cup quarter-final matches are confirmed.
Big matches across the Round of 16 include the host nation France taking on Brazil, England will face Cameroon, USA tackle Spain and of course, the Matildas are in action.
Four goals from the sensational Sam Kerr have carried Australia to a 4-1 win over Jamaica, and sealed their passage to the knockout stages of the FIFA Women’s World Cup™ in France.
All eyes are on Australia, the defending champions, going into the tournament with ten ODI wins in a row and strengthened by the long-awaited return of Steve Smith and David Warner, who are both in red-hot form.
Settle into the sidelines and get your green and gold ready, with SBS covering the biggest games of the tournament, live, free and in HD
The SBS broadcast will feature live commentary from the stadiums in France from respected broadcaster David Basheer alongside former Matilda Sarah Walsh