|Owned by||Fox Entertainment Group
Fox Pan American Sports, LLC
|Picture format||480i letterboxed widescreen (SDTV)
Not yet avaliable in HD
|Headquarters||Los Angeles, California|
|Formerly called||Fox Sports en Español (1996–2010)|
|Sister channel(s)||Fox Sports 1|
|DirecTV||Channel 425 & 624|
|Dish Network||Channel 855|
|Verizon FiOS||Channel 311 & 1521|
|Available on most cable systems||Check local listings|
Fox Deportes (formerly Fox Sports en Español) is a cable television network dedicated to broadcasting sports-related programming 24 hours a day in Spanish-language, aimed at the Hispanic population in the United States. Fox Deportes is a joint venture between News Corporation and Fox Pan American Sports LLC (an international sports programming and production entity); featuring soccer, baseball, combat sports, auto-racing, among other sporting events from both the US and Latin America. The channel relaunched with its new name on October 1, 2010.
The network hold rights to international soccer including UEFA Champions League, Copa Bridgestone Libertadores, Copa Bridgestone Sudamericana, Serie A TIM, Barclays Premier League, The FA Cup with Budweiser and FIFA Club World Cup.
The network also serves as the Spanish-language home to Major League Baseball, including the MLB All-Star Game, American and National Championship League Series and World Series. Although the Fox network itself has expanded the availability of SAP audio since the start of 2012 to expand the availability of audio description of primetime programming and Spanish language audio to their NFL package, Fox Sports has chosen to retain Spanish audio of their MLB coverage exclusively on Fox Deportes for the time being.
Auto Racing 
On October 9, 2010 Fox Deportes picked up Spanish language rights to Formula One coverage, a contract which runs though 2012. In August 2012, NASCAR and Fox Deportes made a deal to have Fox Deportes Broadcast 15 races, 6 of them live. One of the races live includes the Daytona 500.
Sports news 
Central Fox - This news show, broadcast nightly from Mexico City, covers sporting events from around the world.
La Ultima Palabra - This new program focuses on Mexican Football and the Mexican national team. Among other things discussed are the UEFA Champions League, the Barclay's Premier League and other leagues that Latino players play in.
- Fox Sports En Espanol Will Become Fox Deportes - Following Consumer Research, Name Change Set For Oct. 1 Multichannel News July 12, 2010
- Fox Deportes Drops Flag On Formula One Coverage - Network Acquires Racing Circuit's Spanish-Language Rights Through 2012 Multichannel News October 9, 2010