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How to watch Eurosport in Australia

Eurosport is no longer available on Foxtel, with its long list of sports making the jump to Fetch TV exclusivity.

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For many of the boutique sporting events coming out of Europe, there's always been one clear destination for Australian fans. That destination is Eurosport. However, in 2020 there has been a seismic shift in the way Australian sports fans can watch Eurosport and its unique catalogue of live sports like snooker, cycling, athletics and more.

For years, Eurosport had been a signature channel in Foxtel's Sport pack. Even when Kayo Sports came along and totally blew Foxtel out of the water, there was one channel the Pay TV giant didn't gift to its sister app. You guessed it: Eurosport. However, as of February 2020, Foxtel has quietly shelved the Eurosport channel. Go on take a look sports fans; see, it's not there anymore!

Foxtel kept that one on the quiet! So where can you watch Eurosport in Australia in 2020?

Watch Eurosport on Fetch TV in Australia

There is now only one destination in Australia you can head to for your Eurosport fix and that's Fetch TV. In fact, Eurosport is now a Fetch TV exclusive. Fetch TV celebrated the announcement by offering Eurosport free to all users for the entirety of February 2020. After that time, it became a special interest channel costing an additional $8.99/month.

Of course, the total cost of your Fetch TV experience depends on how you acquired it. The box comes bundled with a host of broadband and mobile plans, many of which we have compared in a table at the bottom of this article for you. Just note that if you got your Fetch TV box via Dodo or iPrimus, then Eurosport isn't available to you.

Alternatively, you can choose to buy the box outright for $169 and then add on the channel packs you want. You'll have to pay an additional one-off, $1 activation fee, too.

In addition, you can stream your channel packs to a mobile device via the Fetch TV app. So you can still live stream sport on the go.

Is the Eurosport Player available in Australia?

Like many other sports broadcasters around the world, Eurosport does have its own direct viewing service. Called Eurosport Player, it is accessed via a web browser. Unfortunately, this player is not available in Australia as an option. It's Fetch TV or bust, sports fans.

List of sports you can watch on Eurosport

As its name would suggest, Eurosport focuses on delivering sports content out of Europe. Most of the big European sports have country-specific broadcast deals with bigger providers. For example, the Formula 1, La Liga and Super League is on Kayo Sports, while the Premier League and Champions League are on Optus Sport. All the smaller, niche sporting events are signed up to Eurosport on a more global basis.

Here is the list of sports you can watch on Eurosport in Australia. Note: These are subject to change.

  • IAAF Diamond League Athletics
  • European Athletics Championships
  • FIBA EuroBasket
  • Milan-San Remo Cycling
  • Paris-Roubaix
  • Amstel Gold Race
  • ATP Tour 250
  • Liège–Bastogne–Liège
  • Giro d'Italia
  • Vuelta a España
  • PGiro di Lombardia
  • Presidents Cup
  • FIA World Endurance Championship
  • 24 Hours of Le Mans

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