The 2020 Australian Football League Premiership Season heads into Round 5 this weekend with five matches live on the FOX Sports family of networks, including a key matchup between undefeated Port Adelaide and third-ranked Brisbane Lions on Saturday at 5:30 AM ET on FS1.
This Friday on FOX SPORTS: THE HOME GAME, FOX MLB lead game analyst and Hall of Famer John Smoltz faces off against his former Boston Red Sox teammate, two-time World Series champion Kevin Youkilis to see who knows more about sports and pop culture trivia. Hosted by FOX Sports broadcaster Chris Myers, FOX SPORTS: THE HOME GAME airs Friday at 5:30 PM ET on FS1 and is produced remotely.
Three National Rugby League Round 8 Telstra Premiership matches hit FS1 this week, highlighted by the third-place Sydney Roosters facing the fourth-place Melbourne Storm on Thursday live at 5:30 AM ET.
FOX Sports, the official English-language broadcaster of the FIFA Women’s World Cup™, congratulates the host of the 2023 FIFA Women’s World Cup™, Australia and New Zealand.
To help celebrate the occasion, former Matildas captain, current Deputy Chief Executive of Professional Footballers Australia and FOX Sports analyst for the FIFA Women’s World Cup France 2019™ Kate Gill shares her thoughts on the impact that Australia and New Zealand will have by hosting the event.
The 2020 Australian Football League Premiership Season heads into Round 4 this weekend with four live matches across the FOX Sports family of networks, including top-ranked Port Adelaide looking to stay undefeated on Friday at 11:00 PM ET on FS2.
OX Sports kicks off its MLS is Back Tournament slate on Friday July 11 at 8:00 PM ET with Atlanta United vs. New York Red Bulls on FOX and FC Cincinnati vs Columbus Crew SC at 10:30 PM ET on FS1. Among the nine group stage matchups are past MLS Cup champions, historic rivalries and recent additions to the league. The lineup features two appearances each by Columbus Crew SC, Houston Dynamo, New York Red Bulls and LA Galaxy along with matches featuring Atlanta United, Chicago Fire FC, D.C. United, FC Cincinnati, Inter Miami CF, LAFC, New England Revolution, New York City FC, Philadelphia Union and Portland Timbers.
FOX Sports’ coverage of the all-new tournament includes nine group stage matchups, four knockout stage matches, two quarterfinals and a semifinal.
Full schedule can be found below.
Three National Rugby League Round 7 Telstra Premiership matches come to FS1 this week, highlighted by the top-ranked Parramatta Eels against the fifth-place Canberra Raiders live at 5:30 AM ET on Saturday.
n the eve of the 10th anniversary of the U.S. Men’s National Team’s monumental win over Algeria in the 2010 FIFA World Cup South Africa™ group stage, U.S. Soccer legend Landon Donovan, former Men’s National Team midfielder Maurice Edu and former head coach Bob Bradley join a special episode of FOX INDOOR SOCCER. Produced remotely and hosted by Rob Stone, alongside analysts Alexi Lalas and Stu Holden, FOX INDOOR SOCCER airs at 7:00 PM ET on FS1.
Donovan, Edu and Bradley will discuss the 10-year anniversary of the historic match, the 2010 US team and MLS’ upcoming return to play. Additionally, Edu will detail the new Black Players Coalition of MLS.
Following the episode, FOX Sports offers an encore presentation of USA vs. Algeria at 7:30 PM ET on FS1 in addition to a second half live watch party with Donovan, Stone, Holden, Edu and several other U.S. Soccer stars on the @FOXSoccer Twitter, Facebook and YouTube channels as well as on the FOX Sports app. In one of U.S. Soccer’s most historic moments, Landon Donovan netted the match’s only goal in stoppage time to lift the Red, White and Blue past Algeria. With the victory, the USA won its group for the first time in 80 years and advanced to the knockout stage.
FOX FOOTBALL NOW Q&A Edition welcomes Green Bay Packers offensive lineman Billy Turner and San Francisco 49ers defensive tackle Arik Armstead tonight on FS1 at 6:30 PM ET. The two NFL linemen discuss current social issues with lead FOX NFL reporter Erin Andrews, FOX NFL KICKOFF host Charissa Thompson and FOX NFL insider Peter Schrager. The show is produced remotely.