High fives for sports action
Foxtel has a sizzling line-up for viewers
FOXTEL is serving up a sportfilled summer.
This southern summer, sport lovers are spoiled for choice as a feast of LIVE sport is laid out across Foxtel’s incredible line-up of 12 dedicated sport channels with FOX CRICKET, FOX FOOTY, FOX LEAGUE, ESPN, BeIN and Eurosport, bringing a host of the best in Aussie sport, including LIVE cricket in 4K, plus the in international sport to living rooms across the country.
Sunday Territorian sport fans have a special opportunity to get in on every wicket and goalthrough an exclusive Foxtel offer that delivers first time customers all of Foxtel’s sport, movies, drama and entertainment HD packs for only $68 a month.
The non-stop sporting action airs LIVE and ad-break free during broadcast every week, all summer long and includes play-by-play commentary from the nation’s most experienced experts.
This summer FOX CRICKET will broadcast every Australian Test match on home soil with coverage available in 4K. The high-stakes action has already seen Australia take on South Africa in the Gillette ODI Series as well as facing off against arch-rival India in two Test matches, with the upcoming Boxing Day Test in Melbourne and the New Year’s Test in Sydney set to keep the rivalry hot.
Rounding out a huge Test cricket schedule this summer will be a two-game series against Sri Lanka, with a daynight Test in Brisbane followed by a Test match in Canberra.
The Hyundai A-League season also heats up in December with three rounds of action LIVE and ad-break free during play on FOX SPORTS.
December match-ups will see Keisuke Honda’s Melbourne Victory takes on Melbourne City in the massive derby. Derby action continues when the Central Coast Mariners and Newcastle battle it out in the F3 Derby.
Football fans can also celebrate New Year’s Day in style when the Western Sydney Wanderers take on Melbourne City, with the month continuing to offer cracking matchups including the grand final rematch and the Australia Day double-header.
Australia’s premier men’s and women’s basketball competition, the NBL and WNBL, continue throughout December and the New Year across four jam-packed rounds of competition. The huge month of hoops is headlined by a Boxing Day finals rematch between 2017/18 NBL Champions Melbourne United and runners-up Adelaide 36ers. Aussie Opals will be hoping to use the experience gained at the FIBA Women’s World Cup to provide a platform for a strong 2018/19 WNBL season.
To sign up for Foxtel’s special offer and experience an action-filled summer of sport go to www.foxtel.com.au/news or call: 1300 137 757
Australia's Nathan Lyon, left, is congratulated by Shaun Marsh in the first Test against India