Foxtel Now’s Sport pack is a sports lovers dream. Allowing you to stream a vast range of high quality sports from around the globe live to various devices, it ensures you won’t ever have to miss out on the big game again.
What do I get in the Foxtel Now Sports Pack?
If streaming on the go is something that you’re keen on having, Foxtel Now’s sport pack is your best bet. It delivers over 50 sports live and on demand with no ad-breaks so you can watch all of the much-awaited sport events this year. Never miss the action with Foxtel Now’s ultimate Sports pack to stream all the latest in sports, including the Rugby World Cup.
What are the Channels in the Foxtel Now Sport Pack?
The sports channels included in this pack are comprehensive to say the least. You’ll get access to four FOX Sports channels, Fox Footy, Fox Cricket, Fox League, ESPN 1 and 2, as well as beIN Sports 1, 2 & 3.
In terms of the Essentials pack, there’s plenty of networks to keep you occupied if you manage to get sick of all the sport. The likes of FOX8, FOX Showcase, TLC, and FOX Comedy will keep you entertained for hours, as will Lifestyle, E, and Arena.
Fox Showcase, FOX8, MTV, Arena, Fox Funny, Fox Comedy, Boxsets, Lifestyle, Lifestyle Home, Lifestyle Food, E!, TLC, Fox Sports News, Sky News, Sky News Weather, Sky News UK, Sky News Extra, Fox News, CNN, TVSN, Bloomberg Television, BBC World News, CNBC, MTV Hits, MTV Classic, Club MTV, CMT, Nick Music, Foxtel Arts, Sky Racing 1, Sky Racing 2, and Sky Thoroughbred Central.
For the full list of channels that you can get with each Foxtel Now channel pack, check out the table below:
Full list of Foxtel Now Channels by genre
|Channel Pack||Channels Included|
|Essentials (Pop & Lifestyle)||Fox Showcase, FOX8, MTV, Fox Funny, Fox Comedy, Fox Arena, Lifestyle, Lifestyle Home, Lifestyle Food, E!, TLC, Fox News, Fox Sports News, Sky News, Sky News Weather, Sky News UK, Sky News Extra, CNN, TVSN, Foxtel Arts, MTV Hits, MTV Classic, Club MTV, CMT, Nick Music, Boxsets, Bloomberg Television, BBC World News, CNBC, Sky Racing 1, Sky Racing 2, Sky Thoroughbred Central|
|Sport||FOX Cricket, FOX Footy, FOX League, FOX Sports 503/505/506/507, beIN Sports 1/2/3, ESPN, ESPN2|
|Movies||Movies Premiere, Movies Kids, Movies Drama, Movies Action, Movies Romance, Movies Thriller, Movies Family, Movies Comedy, Movies Hits, Movies Greats, Lifetime Movie Network|
|Drama Extra||BBC First, UKTV, Fox Crime, Universal, Fox One, Fox SciFi, Fox Sleuth|
|Kids||Cartoon Network, CBeebies, Nickelodeon, Nick Jr., Boomerang|
|Docos||Discovery Channel, National Geographic, Discovery Turbo, Crime + Investigation, A&E, BBC Earth, History, Nat Geo WILD, Animal Planet, Investigation ID|
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What Sports are Available on the Foxtel Now Sports Pack
Depending on your taste in sports this list could vary significantly, but these are some of the more popular sports and shows available in the Foxtel Now Sports pack. Select sports are now back on the screen live with many others you can relive on-demand.
How much does Foxtel Now Sport cost?
Considering all that you get in this pack, and that you can stream it whether you’re at home or on the go, it comes in relatively cheap. The base Essentials pack is $25/month, while all the sports channels are $29/month, meaning in total you’ll pay $54/month. And that’s it – there are no sign-up fees, installation fees, or other hidden costs.
If you’re mainly after this pack for the sports, though, you probably don’t need or want the extra channels, because all your time’s gonna be spent soaking up all the live sport action from around the globe. And the good news is that there’s now a much cheaper option that’ll bring you all the sport you can handle for only $25/month – Kayo Sports.
What are the Foxtel Now Streaming Alternatives
Revolutionising sports streaming in Australia by removing the focus on “channels” and instead letting you browse, follow and stream your favourite specific sports and teams, Kayo Sports is a groundbreaking sports-only streaming service that’s backed by the global power of the Fox Sports network. That means you get access to every sport and every event that you’d find on Foxtel Now – but you don’t have to pay for channel packs you don’t want.
Kayo delivers sports streamed live, on delay (you can come in whenever you like and start from the beginning, even if the game’s still in progress) or replayed on demand. It includes innovative features such as Split View (letting you watch multiple sports feeds on screen at once), Key Moments and Live Stats. And it’s all in full high definition, too.
You can check out what Kayo Sports has to offer by trying it completely free for two weeks, and if you like what you see, it’ll only cost $25/month for full access to everything. As a cheaper alternative, you can also subscribe to Kayo via Telstra to get $10/month discounts for 12 months. If you’re a Telstra AFL or NRL Live Pass customer, you get $20/month off for 12 months.
Sign up to Kayo’s FREE 14 day trial offer
Live sport returns to Kayo, with every game and every action from AFL, Supercars, NRL, A-League, T20I Cricket and more – all available on Kayo’s 14 day trial.
Foxtel Now Sport Pack Compatible Devices
The greatest benefit of Foxtel Now compared to regular Foxtel is that you stream all your favourite sports and shows – all you need is a broadband connection and an eligible device. And the list of those is comprehensive. Take a look at your options below:
Devices supported on Foxtel Now
– Foxtel Now Box: Yes
– Sony Android TV: Yes – OS 7.0 and above
– iOS Mobiles/Tablets: Yes – Via Foxtel Go app (iOS 9.3.5 or above)
– Android Mobiles/Tablets: Yes – Via native app (Lollipop 5.0 or above)
– PC/Mac: Yes – Web browser only (Google Chrome and Safari)
– Google Chromecast: Yes – Via casting
– Google Nest: Yes – on Foxtel Go via a compatible Chromecast device connected or built-in to your TV
– Apple TV: Yes – Via AirPlay
– Telstra TV: Yes – All models
– PlayStation 4: Yes – All models (Foxtel Play on PlayStation 3)
– Samsung Smart TVs: Yes – Select 2017 models and above, running on Tizen 3.0 or above
– LG Smart TVs: Yes – Select 2017 models and above, running webOS 3.5 or above
– Hisense Smart TVs: Yes – Select 2019 – 2020 models
– Shield TV: Yes – on Shield TV and Shield TV Pro
If you’re already a subscriber to Foxtel via satellite or cable, you have free access to Foxtel Go – a streaming service that works very much like Foxtel Now, but on a more limited range of devices. Foxtel Now customers on iOS and Android phones and tablets now also use this app to stream Foxtel Now on these devices. You can access Foxtel Go on the following:
How can you sign up to Foxtel Now?
It’s easy to sign up to Foxtel Now’s Sport pack. All you need to do is head to the Foxtel Now online shop, choose the relevant package, and you’re away. And since there’s no installation required, you can start watching the moment you subscribe.
Foxtel Now Review
Foxtel is Australia’s most popular entertainment service, and thanks to Foxtel Now you can enjoy all that it has to offer without having to get anything installed. Enabling you to watch exactly what you want, when and where you want, it’s a great way to make sure you keep on top of your favourite shows and sports. To learn more about Foxtel Now, take a look at our in-depth Foxtel Now review.
Get in contact with Foxtel Now
If you need to speak with Foxtel for whatever reason, simply call 1300 130 799 at various times of the week depending on your query or problem. Alternatively, you can head to the Foxtel website to see if the Foxtel community can help, or contact them via Facebook or Twitter. For a full list of available contact methods and customer service hours, check out our Foxtel contact page.