See all 64 matches of the 2015 Netball World Cup in HD on the FOX SPORTS dedicated World Cup channel, including all Australian Diamonds matches with expanded coverage.
The Netball World Cup returns to Australia for the first time since 1991, and the Diamonds are looking to add to their impressive collection by winning their third consecutive Gold Medal. It won’t be easy, as the Diamonds are in Pool A, which includes arch rivals the New Zealand Silver Ferns, as well as Barbados, Trinidad and Tobago, but with home court advantage and a talented roster confidence is high.
This year, the top 16 netballing nations will attend, with 64 matches across ten days played at the Sydney Olympic Park to decide the world’s best. Australia has won ten of the thirteen World Cups since its inception in 1963, and are expected to dazzle again this year. Australia have hosted twice before – Perth in 1967 and Sydney in 1991. Besides New Zealand, the Diamonds’ main opposition will come from England, who has finished no worse than fourth during the last four World Cups. Other top teams include Jamaica who’s currently ranked 4th, and Malawi who’s rated in the fifth position, with each capable of doing damage if they strike their best form.
Every match in the 2015 Netball World Cup will be shown on Fox Sports 4 from the opening day on the 7th of August, and concluding with the Gold Medal game on Sunday the 16th of August. All Pool fixtures, Qualification Rounds, as well as the Semis and Medal Games will be televised, including 48 games that will be carried live.
Watch the 2015 Netball World Cup Live – 2 Weeks Free Trial Offer
In addition to being broadcast in HD where available, the games will be shown online through Foxtel Play which is currently offering a Free Live TV Trial, as well as a chance to stream the Netball World Cup livethrough the Foxtel Go app.
Customers of Foxtel Play* are offered a selection of packages that feature live channels, with the Sports Combo pick containing FOX SPORTS 1, 2, 3, 4 and 5, ESPN 1, ESPN 2, Eurosport, as well as FOX8, Arena, Lifestyle, History, Discovery, A&E, FX, SoHo, MTV, Nickelodeon and Disney Channel plus hundreds of “catch up” on-demand titles.