How to watch ESPN’s 30 for 30 online and free in Australia
ESPN’s vast library from the award-winning sports documentary series is available on-demand.
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ESPN's critically acclaimed 30 for 30 documentary series, which highlights some of the most influential and infamous people and events in sports history, is a must-see for any sporting enthusiast.
Thoroughly researched, these docos provide insight into exciting sports tales of the past. Whether they focus on lesser-known figures or larger-than-life legends, all of the documentaries are expertly put together so viewers can feel as close to what's happening on screen as possible.
Even better, the docuseries is available to stream in Australia, so you can rewatch older episodes whenever you want.
How to watch ESPN's 30 for 30 series in Australia
Long gone are the days of hoping you could catch ESPN's 30 for 30 as it went live to air or perhaps series linking it. Now you can stream the award-winning show on-demand your way. Foxtel iQ, Foxtel Now, Kayo Sports and Fetch TV are among the options. Read on for more details.
Watch ESPN's 30 for 30 with Kayo Sports
Kayo Sports offers live and on-demand coverage of over 50 sports, including content from ESPN. Even better, the service has a generous on-demand library which features the 30 for 30 series. You can watch new episodes live as they air or tune in whenever your schedule allows.
A Basic subscription to Kayo Sports lets you watch on two screens at the same time for $25 per month, while a Premium subscription costs $35 per month and supports three simultaneous streams. Whichever plan you get you have access to the entire content library, as well as exciting features like SplitView, which lets you watch four channels at once on the same screen. Read all about the platform's features in our full Kayo review.
New customers get a 14-day free trial, so you can start watching ESPN's 30 for 30 series for no cost right now. No contracts are involved so you can cancel your subscription anytime. Kayo Sports works with a variety of devices, including PC/Mac, iOS/Android, Apple TV, Android TV, Telstra TV and Chromecast.
Watch ESPN's 30 for 30 with Foxtel iQ
Both ESPN and ESPN2 are available as part of Foxtel iQ's pay TV Sports HD pack, which you need to get on top of the base Foxtel Plus pack for a total of $74 per month. Foxtel often runs special offers, so you might be able to score a discount.
Once subscribed, you can watch ESPN on TV or stream to your laptop or mobile device with the Foxtel GO app, so watching new 30 for 30 episodes is a breeze. You can also watch previous instalments of the series on-demand.
Alternatively, you can try the WatchESPN app, included for free with your Sports HD subscription. It features live streams, on-demand content and replays of recent ESPN events.
Watch ESPN's 30 for 30 with Foxtel Now
The Sports pack is a premium option at $29 per month. That means you need to add it to the basic Essential pack, which costs $25 per month. Like the previous options, you can watch new episodes live as they air or tune in on-demand.
Foxtel Now works with computers, smartphones and tablets via the Foxtel GO app. Alternatively you can watch Foxtel Now on Sony Android TVs, Telstra TV, Chromecast/Airplay, PS4 and the Foxtel Now box.
Stream ESPN 30 for 30 on Fetch TV
Both ESPN and ESPN2 are available with Fetch TV as part of the Vibe channel pack, which costs only $6 per month. You can watch new 30 for 30 episodes live when they air or when the two channels air replays.
The total price of your subscription will depend on whether you buy your Fetch box outright or subscribe through a broadband provider.
Watch The Last Dance with Netflix
Co-produced by ESPN Films and Netflix, The Last Dance is exclusive to Netflix outside the US. In other words, you will need a Netflix subscription to watch the miniseries about the career of Michael Jordan, with particular focus on his final season with the Chicago Bulls. Subscriptions to Netflix in Australia start at $10.99 per month.
List of ESPN's 30 for 30 episodes
- King's Ransom
- The Band That Wouldn't Die
- Small Potatoes: Who Killed the USFL?
- Muhammad and Larry
- Without Bias
- The Legend of Jimmy the Greek
- The U
- Winning Time: Reggie Miller vs. The New York Knicks
- Guru of Go
- No Crossover: The Trial of Allen Iverson
- Silly Little Game
- Run Ricky Run
- The 16th Man
- Straight Outta L.A.
- June 17th, 1994
- The Two Escobars
- The Birth of Big Air
- Jordan Rides the Bus
- Little Big Men
- One Night in Vegas
- The House of Steinbrenner
- Into the Wind
- Four Days in October
- Once Brothers
- Tim Richmond: To the Limit
- Fernando Nation
- Marion Jones: Press Pause
- The Best That Never Was
- Pony Excess
ESPN Films Presents
- The Fab Five
- Catching Hell
- The Dotted Line
- The Real Rocky
- Roll Tide/War Eagle
- The Marinovich Project
- The Announcement
- 26 Years: The Dewey Bozella Story
- Right to Play
- The Little Master
- There's No Place Like Home
- Ghosts of Ole Miss
- You Don't Know Bo
- Survive and Advance
- Elway to Marino
- Hawaiian: The Legend of Eddie Aikau
- Free Spirits
- No Más
- Big Shot
- This Is What They Want
- Bernie and Ernie
- Youngstown Boys
- The Price of Gold
- Requiem for the Big East
- Bad Boys
- Slaying the Badger
- Playing for the Mob
- The Day The Series Stopped
- When The Garden Was Eden
- Brian and The Boz
- Brothers in Exile
- Rand University
- The U Part 2
- Of Miracles and Men
- I Hate Christian Laettner
- Sole Man
- Angry Sky
- Trojan War
- The Prince of Pennsylvania
- The Gospel According to Mac
- Chasing Tyson
- Four Falls of Buffalo
- The '85 Bears
- Fantastic Lies
- This Magic Moment
- Doc & Darryl
- Phi Slama Jama
- Hit It Hard
- Catholics vs. Convicts
- This Was the XFL
- One and Not Done
- Celtics/Lakers: Best of Enemies
- Mike and the Mad Dog
- George Best: All by Himself
- What Carter Lost
- Year of the Scab
- Nature Boy
- The Two Bills
- The Last Days of Knight
- 42 to 1
- Deion's Double Play
- The Dominican Dream
- The Good, The Bad, The Hungry
O.J.: Made in America – a mini-series event
The Last Dance – a mini-series event
- Rodman: For Better or Worse
- Chuck & Tito
- Be Water
- Long Gone Summer
- The Life and Trials of Oscar Pistorius
- The Infinite Race
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