A World of Sport at Your Fingertips on Fetch

Adam Fay,

The most exciting part about being a Fetch customer in 2021 and into 2022 is summed up in one simple word – “Access”

Fetch allows you to watch endless movies and TV Shows all in one place, across Free-To-Air Channels, Streaming Apps, Catch-Up Apps, Subscription Channel Packs and more…

With sports broadcasting rights now stretching across all of these areas, there’s no better time for us to stop, take a step back and remind you how much sport is available at your fingertips.

Join us as we give you the rundown. You may be surprised at the amount of sport packed into your Fetch set top box.

Optus Sport

Optus Sport have just signed a new deal to continue as the exclusive broadcaster of the EPL (English Premier League) for another 6 seasons. Here’s what Optus Sport has to offer:

  • English Premier League – Live Streams of all games
  • FIFA Club World Cup 2022
  • FIFA World Cup Qualification
  • UEFA Internationals
  • UEFA Women’s EURO 2022
  • J-League
  • K-League
  • English Women’s Super League

How to Access

Cost: $14.99 p/m

Visit: Menu > Manage > Subscriptions > Optus Sport


Available in over 200 countries, ESPN is part of the Fetch Vibe pack for just $6 p/m. With a wide ranging portfolio of sports, here are some of the most popular available on ESPN:

  • NBA (National Basketball Association)
  • NFL (National Football League)
  • MLB (Major League Baseball)
  • World Series of Poker
  • UFC (Ultimate Fighting Championship) – Fight Nights and UFC PPV Prelims
  • WNBA (Women’s National Basketball Association)
  • NBL (National Basketball League)
  • NHL (National Hockey League)
  • College Football
  • College Basketball
  • College Baseball
  • Major League Soccer
  • Belgian Cup Soccer
  • WAFU Nations Cup Soccer
  • Granada Invitational Athletics
  • E-Sports
  • X-Games
  • Lacrosse

How To Access:

Cost: $6 p/m as part of the Fetch Vibe pack

Visit: Menu > Manage > Subscriptions > Vibe

Paramount +

Paramount+ is the new home of Australian Football with rights for A-Leagues, Socceroos and Matilda’s games streamed live. Here’s what you can expect to find with a Paramount+ subscription:

  • A-Leagues (Men and Women)
  • Socceroos games – excluding Olympics and World Cup matches
  • Matildas games – excluding Olympics and World Cup matches
  • FIFA World Cup Qatar 2022 Asian Qualifiers
  • English FA Cup
  • FFA Cup (Football Federation Australia) – From round 32
  • AFC matches (Asian Football Federation)
  • FA Community Shield

How To Access:

Cost: $8.99 p/m

Visit: Menu > Apps > All > Paramount+

Stan Sport

Stan Sport was announced in late 2020 and alongside CH9 as it’s broadcast partner, it has since acquired a compelling sports offering. Here are some of the highlights of what Stan Sport has to offer.

  • UEFA champions league
  • UEFA Europa League
  • UEFA Conference League
  • UEFA Super Cup
  • The Rugby Championship
  • Bledisloe Cup
  • Wallabies Rugby Internationals – Home games
  • Super Rugby AU
  • Super Rugby Trans Tasman
  • Super W Rugby
  • Wimbledon Tennis
  • French Open Tennis
  • The Laver Cup Tennis
  • The US Open Tennis
  • The Australian Open Tennis

How To Access:

Cost: $10 p/m for already subscribed Stan customers

Visit: Menu > Apps > All > Stan


UFC (Ultimate Fighting Championship) Pay-Per-View events are now available through Fetch and are proving to be hugely popular with Mixed Martial Arts fans across Australia. Outside of PPV events, there is also scheduled Fight Nights and main event pre-lim matches available through ESPN.

  • Pay Per View events

How To Access:

Cost: $54.95 per fight

Visit: Menu > Manage > Subscriptions to subscribe to each new UFC Pay-Per-View event.

Prime Video Sport

Amazon Prime Video is another streaming service who have dipped their toe into sports rights in Australia. We expect them to build out their offering significantly over time. At the moment they have rights to Australian Swimming Championships.

  • 2022 Birmingham Commonwealth Games Swimming Trials
  • 2022 FINA World Swimming Championships qualifiers

How To Access:

Cost: $6.99 p/m or $59 p/annum

Visit: Menu > Apps > All > Prime Video

EDGE Sport

EDGEsport is the dedicated home of action sports and is available as part of the Vibe Pack on Fetch. They feature a wide variety of niche action sports like:

  • Snowboarding
  • BMX
  • Motorcycling
  • eSports
  • Snowmobiling
  • Skateboarding

How To Access:

Cost: $6 p/m as part of the Fetch Vibe Pack

Visit: Menu > Manage > Subscriptions > Vibe


Predominantly focussed on football, beIN Sports offers a subscription package that also covers Tennis, Rugby Union and much more. These are just some of the competitions beIN covers:

  • Italian Serie A Football
  • Spanish La Liga Football
  • French Ligue Football
  • German Bundesliga Football
  • EFL (English Football League)
  • Caraoboa Cup Football
  • Scottish Premiership Football
  • Major League Soccer
  • Africa Cup of Nations
  • ATP Tennis
  • WTA Tour Tennis
  • Davis Cup Tennis
  • Fed Cup Tennis
  • European Rugby Champions Cup
  • European Men’s Handball Championship
  • Le Mans
  • FIA World Endurance Championship

How To Access:

Cost: $19.99 p/m

Visit: Menu > Manage > Subscriptions > beIN SPORTS

Horse & Country

Horse & Country is the leading international equestrian sports network and can be subscribed to through Fetch. It is the number one source for horse and equestrian enthusiasts with a long list of events that include:

  • Rolex Grand Prix
  • London International Horse Show
  • The Dutch Masters

How To Access:

Cost: $9.99 p/m

Visit: Menu > Manage > Subscriptions > Horse & Country

eGG Network

eGG Network is a channel available as part of the Fetch Vibe pack that focuses on e-sports. It broadcasts electronic games tournaments live from around the world. Events include:

  • FIFA International World Cup
  • International Dota 2 Championships
  • League of Legends World Championship

How To Access:

Cost: $6 p/m as part of the Fetch Vibe Pack

Visit: Menu > Manage > Subscriptions > Vibe

Free-To-Air Channels & Apps

Free-To-Air channels have rights to some of the most watched sports in Australia, while their accompanying Apps have become much more than just catch-up services. They now contain deep libraries that include everything from complete seasons of TV Shows, to classic movies. On top of this, each one has a growing list of sport access. Here’s a guide to what lives where:

Channel 9 & 9Now

  • NRL (National Rugby League)
  • State of Origin
  • NRL Women’s
  • Intrust Super Cup (Rugby League)
  • New South Wales Cup (Rugby League)
  • Four Nations (Rugby League)
  • Kangaroos Games (Rugby League)
  • Australian Open Series Tennis
  • US Open Tennis
  • Davis Cup Tennis
  • Bledisloe Cup Rugby Union
  • Wallabies Rugby Union
  • The Rugby Championship
  • Super Rugby AU
  • Super Rugby Trans Tasman
  • Netball
  • UCI Road World Championship (Cycling)

SBS & SBS On Demand

  • FIFA 2022 World Cup Soccer
  • Spanish Super Cup Soccer
  • NBA Basketball – 2 games per week
  • Tour de France Cycling
  • Australian National Road Championships (Cycling)
  • Herald Sun Tour (Cycling)
  • Vuelta a España (Cycling)
  • UCI Mountain Bike World Championship
  • Australian National Track Championship

Network Ten & 10 Play

  • A-leagues (Men & Women)
  • Socceroos & Matilda’s matches
  • Major League Soccer
  • FFA Cup Soccer – Finals only
  • English FA Cup Soccer
  • FA Community Shield Soccer
  • FIFA World Cup Qualification – Socceroos only
  • AFC Champions League Soccer
  • FIA Formula One
  • Melbourne Cup Carnival
  • Bellator MMA
  • NBL Basketball

Seven Network & 7Plus

  • AFL (Australian Football League)
  • WAFL (Women’s Australian Football League)
  • Men’s Test Cricket
  • Women’s Test Cricket
  • Big Bash League
  • Women’s Big Bash League
  • Winter Olympics 2022
  • Commonwealth Games 2022
  • Tour Down Under Cycling
  • Australian Open Golf
  • Australian PGA Championship Golf
  • NFL (Nation Football League) – 2 Games per week
  • Spring & Autumn Racing Carnival
  • Supercars Championship
  • Bathurst 12 Hour
  • Sydney to Hobert Yacht Race

ABC & ABC iView

  • WNBL (Women’s National Basketball League) – 2 matches per week

How To Access:

Cost: FREE

Visit: Menu > TV Guide OR Menu > TV > Catch-Up

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