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Optus Sport Football Schedule
About Optus Sport
Optus Sport is a group of channels operating in Australia launched on July 13, 2016. It is owned and operated by Singtel Optus Pty Limited. The channel was formerly known as Optus Television in the early 2000s, but it was later changed to Optus Sport in 2015 after a decision by CEO Allen Lew.
The first live broadcast by Optus Sport took place on July 22, 2016. The International Champions Cup clash between Manchester United and Borussia Dortmund kicked things off for this channel, with a variety of other sports broadcasting rights being added to the channel’s grid. At one point, Optus Sport has offered coverage of certain events with eleven multiplex channels.
Optus Sport has cemented its reputation as a premier sports channel by purchasing broadcasting rights to some of the top competitions in the world. This channel has aired football competitions such as the English Premier League, the J1 League, the K1 League, the FA Women’s Super League, and more. Optus Sport has also aired international club competitions such as the UEFA Champions League, the UEFA Europa League, the UEFA Super Cup, and the International Champions Cup.
This channel has not devoted itself to air club competitions, as it has also broadcast FIFA World Cup games for both men and women, the UEFA Nations League, and other national team tournaments such as the Copa América and the UEFA European Championship.
Optus Sport is available as an IPTV channel, as a channel included in satellite TV services, and on the network’s website. Since all these alternatives do not share the same technology, a standard definition feed and a High Definition feed is available for users to watch. Check local listings in your region for further details.

Optus Sport on Satellite

PositionFrequencySymbolSystemEncryption
156.0°EOptus 10
12727 V30000, 3/5DVB-S2, 8PSK, MPEG-4, HD 1080Irdeto

Optus Sport

FIFA World Cup
FIFA World Cup (2022)

All 64 games LIVE.

UEFA Euro
UEFA Euro (2021)
UEFA Champions League
UEFA Champions League (2018-2021)

Optus Sport has acquired exclusive UEFA Champions League rights in Australia, following a three-year deal signed in 2018, which runs until the end of the 2020/21 season. The deal, which also covers the UEFA Europa League and UEFA Super Cup, will see Optus Sport air all 137 Champions League matches live on its platform and official apps for tablets, smartphones and smart TVs.

UEFA Europa League
UEFA Europa League (2018-2021)

Optus Sport has acquired exclusive for the UEFA Europa League in Australia. The internet TV service will show all matches live in HD on its platform. Coverage includes edited match highlights and goals compilations, as well as mini matches and full replays available on demand. Extra programming includes magazine shows, such as the UEFA Europa League Show and Europa League Highlights Show, along with season reviews, documentaries and exclusive interviews.

UEFA Super Cup
UEFA Super Cup (2018-2021)
Premier League
England – Premier League (2019-2022)

Optus Sport has secured exclusive to live English Premier League games in Australia. The network will also make all 380 EPL matches available on demand. Every fixture will be available for subscribers to via IPTV provider Fetch TV, or via Optus Sport’s very own apps for smartphones and tablets.

Women's Super League
England – Women’s Super League (2019-2022)
J1 League
Japan – J1 League (2020-2022)

Optus Sport has acquired exclusive Australian rights to the Japanese J-League in a three-year deal that will run through 2022. Optus Sport will air four J-League matches live every weekend, with on-demand available. Coverage will be provided in English-language, and a weekly highlights show will also be produced for fans to catch-up on all the action.

K League 1
Korea Republic – K League 1 (2020-2024)

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