Based in Bristol (CT), on the East coast of the USA, ESPN, Inc. is the world’s leading multinational, multimedia sports entertainment company featuring a portfolio of over 50 multimedia sports assets. For more information about ESPN’s presence in Australia and New Zealand, visit the About Us page now.
ESPN Australia is well known for its unmatched coverage of international sports. From the US there's NFL Football including The Super Bowl, NBA Basketball, Major League Baseball, Major League Soccer, NHRA Drag racing, AMA Supercross, as well as NCAA American College Football, College Basketball, Breeders’ Cup, X GAMES and high quality studio shows.
Then from across the Atlantic we bring ESPN’s European Football coverage with the RBS 6 NATIONS, UEFA Champions League, UEFA Europa League and Spanish La Liga.
But ESPN offers far more than overseas broadcasts, with plenty of comment and opinion from our expert Australian studio team. Watch SportsCenter Australia with Jason Bennett, Thai Neave and Ant Howard. Then add in PTI Australia with Sam Kekovich and Russ Barwick as well as our ongoing exclusive series presented by Jason Bennett, Aussies Abroad.
- For a full list of ESPN broadcasts, including upcoming events, go to: Sports.
- For the full list of ESPN shows, go to: Shows and Presenters.
- For the latest Programming schedules go to: What’s On.
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This is because of the TV broadcasting rights agreements. There are times when ESPN only has rights to air certain events in a specific territory, which means we can't broadcast them to ALL ESPN networks.
Only a licensed broadcaster to receive the ESPN International signal. The signal is encrypted (scrambled) and decoders are not sold or authorised for individual satellite or decoder owners.
There are two main reasons. Firstly, the very nature of sports means that changes to the schedule can sometimes happen – due to weather for instance. And then there can also be technical issues, such as a program not arriving in time for its allotted slot, or broadcast quality issues.
ESPN focuses the best in international sports for our various regional channels. Although we also attempt to secure broadcast rights to local events, the program rights are not always available to us.
Due to last-minute changes and publishing deadlines, it's not always possible to advise individual publications or guides of late changes. To make sure you have the latest schedule, we recommend checking our website regularly.
At this point in time, these channels and services are only available in the United States. Check with your local cable or satellite operator to determine what is available in your area or visit the Get ESPN
Because many of our sports are broadcast live, we often simulcast with the ESPN US domestic channels. During these broadcasts, the US domestic channel will promote upcoming programs that relate that channel in the US. Please continue to check the local ESPN schedule
to confirm programming and schedules for Australia.
The easiest way to keep up-to-date with our programming is to check out our local guide
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