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Sporting events[edit]

Sport Competition Notes
American Football National Football League (NFL) Regular season: up to three live games per week including Sunday Night Football package. Post-season: Super Bowl live.
Association Football (soccer) Bundesliga Includes 1 live game per week and weekly highlights program.
Serie A Includes 2 live game per week and weekly highlights program.
FIFA Club World Cup Includes all games live.
FA Cup Classics Includes games and highlights from past FA Cup ties.
Premier League Delayed replays of every Liverpool FC and Arsenal FC game of the season via LFC TV & Arsenal TV
Australian Rules Football Australian Football League (AFL) (For 2011) Pre-season: NAB Cup. Regular season: 2 games per week. Post-season: finals and the Grand Final (Channel Ten HD feed)
Baseball Major League Baseball (MLB) Regular season: up to 5 live games per week. Post-season: delayed coverage.
Basketball National Basketball Association (NBA) Regular season: up to three live games per week. Post-season: delayed coverage.
NCAA Division I Includes a selection of major games and the Playoffs.
National Basketball League (NBL) 5 year deal, 2 games per week in first season
Bull Riding Professional Bull Riders Includes highlights from Pro Bull Riding.
Combat Sports Ultimate Fighting Championship Includes UFC Wired.
Superboxer Includes 4 live SuperBoxer events during July.
KOTV Classic Includes Classic Boxing Fights.
Commonwealth Games 2010 Delhi Commonwealth Games Official Australian Broadcaster.
Cricket Indian Premier League Every match of the season shown live.
Twenty20 Champions League Every match of the tournament shown live.
Cycling Tread BMX Highlights.
Golf Professional Golf Includes U.S. Masters, U.S. Open, World Golf Championships, and 15 additional international and domestic events.
Motorsport Formula One Includes every qualifying session (mostly delayed) and most races live with an hour long pre-race preview show. Right to be held till 2015, including IPTV rights from 2011 onwards.[1]
MotoGP Includes all Moto GP races live from 2010 to 2015 including Qualifying shown live or near live when possible.
NASCAR Includes Sprint Cup Happy Hour, Qualifying and Race Highlights (Marquee races are shown live) and Nationwide Series live.

In 2011 every NASCAR Sprint Cup race will be live.

Grand-Am Includes Rolex Sports Car Series, every round shown live or delayed.
Deutsche Tourenwagen Masters Highlights.
British Touring Car Championship Highlights.
World Rally Championship Highlights.
FIA GT Championship Highlights.
FIA GT3 European Championship Highlights.
24 Hours of Le Mans Includes live coverage of the start, middle and finish.
Australian Rally Championship Highlights.
Red Bull X-Fighters Highlights.
Race of Champions Live coverage.
Drifting Includes Formula D.
Australian National Drag Racing Association Highlights.
Australian Superbike Championship Highlights.
Isle of Man TT Highlights.
Netball ANZ Championship Every match of the season.
International Test Matches Australian internationals live.
Paintball Paintball Includes Extreme Paintball.
Poker PokerStars Includes the European Poker Tour and the Asia Pacific Poker Tour.
The Poker Star Reality show. Premiered 30 September 2009.
Professional Wrestling WWE The WWE Experience.
Slamball Slamball Includes every game, delayed.
Swimming Swimming Includes the Australian Swimming Championships, Pan Pacific Championships, Australian Short Course Championships, FINA World Swimming Championships (25 m) and Swimmer of the Year.
Tennis Hopman Cup 4 year deal from January 2011. 1 session a day to be televised for the entirety of the tournament.
Surfing Quiksilver Pro Gold Coast Between 26 February and 9 March, Live.
Roxy Pro Gold Coast 1st stop Live.
The Quiksilver Pro France October 2011, Live.
Quiksilver Pro New York September, Live.
Sports News Sports Tonight Monday to Friday 9.30pm, Sunday 7pm (AEST).
Omnisport A European sports program.
Transworld Sport Focuses on minority sports.
Sports Soup Satirical Sports program.


  1. ^ "Network Ten takes pole position in Formula 1". Network Ten. 8 December 2009. Retrieved 21 January 2010.