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About SBS Live

The Special Broadcasting Service (SBS) is an Australian public broadcasting radio, online, and television network. SBS operates four TV channels, five radio networks and is one of five main free-to-air networks in Australia. SBS Online (sbs.com.au) is home to live streaming and SBS On Demand video service.

SBS holds the broadcast rights to a range of sports, which primarily include the Tour de France, the World Superbikes, the World Rally Championship, The Ashes, UEFA Champions League, UEFA Cup, FIFA World Cup (every tournament since 1986; shared 2002 tournament with the Nine Network), FIFA Confederations Cup, FA Cup, and the UEFA European Football Championship. SBS also produces and broadcasts a range of sport related programming including The World Game and the UEFA Champions League Magazine. Previously, the channel has broadcast other sporting events including the 2004 Summer Olympics, the 2005 Ashes series and the American National Football League's Super Bowl. Previous to this SBS also broadcast live FA Premier League matches until the early 2000s. In 2010 SBS Commenced trial Broadcasts of the FIFA World Cup in 3D on Channel 40.

The World Game

The World Game is a football show, that analytically reviews and previews Australian and international football matches and football issues. It is currently hosted by former footballer David Zdrilic and Lucy Zelic and features ex-Socceroo Craig Foster and Sydney Morning Herald football journalist Sebastian Hassett as panelists. A number of famous players, pundits and panelists appeared on the network over the time, includeing Les Murray, Michael Bridges, Patrick Zwaanswijk, David Basheer, Scott McIntyre, Andrew Orsatti, Simon Hill (since moved to Fox Sports), Tim Vickery, Liz Deep-Jones, Mieke Buchan, Stephanie Brantz, Francis Awaritefe, Anthony Peridis and many others.

The show first aired in 2001, and started out as a live 6-hour show, airing on Sunday afternoons. It was then shortened to a 3-hour show a few years later. From 2 August 2010, the show was moved to Monday nights, on SBS Two live at 9.30pm AEST, and is repeated soon after on SBS One at 11.00pm AEST. This allowed for wider coverage of the football events from the weekend prior. The show was also shortened to one-hour episodes.

Tony Palumbo, a seasoned journalist with the Italian migrant press in Australia, assists in providing some insights on major European leagues, primarily the English Premier League and Italian Serie A. Some footage is provided from Spain's La Liga, France's Ligue 1, Scottish Premier League, South America's Copa Libertadores and Germany's Bundesliga. UEFA Champions League, other cup games and internationals (European Championship) also get game footage. Former Sydney FC coach Branko Culina is a regular contributor on discussion relating to Australian football. On 1 November 2012 SBS bought the rights to show one live A-League game per week, with the remainder going to pay TV provider Fox Sports.

From August 2013, a half-hour weekly Monday night show has been aired on SBS One. The show focuses on a wide coverage of Australian and international football events from the previous week. After a brief hiatus in 2014-15, the show was revived for the 2015-16 season as a one-hour talk show edition on Sunday afternoon at 1pm.

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Round of 16
Jun 30 10:00amKazan
France 4 - 3 Argentina
Jun 30 2:00pmSochi
Uruguay 2 - 1 Portugal
Jul 1 10:00amMoscow
Spain 1 - 1P Russia
Jul 1 2:00pmNizhny Novgorod
Croatia P1 - 1 Denmark
Round of 16
Jul 2 10:00amSamara
Brazil 2 - 0 Mexico
Jul 2 2:00pmRostov-on-Don
Belgium 3 - 2 Japan
Jul 3 10:00amSaint Petersburg
Sweden 1 - 0 Switzerland
Jul 3 2:00pmMoscow
Colombia 1 - 1 England
Quarter Final
Jul 6 10:00amNizhny Novgorod
Uruguay 0 - 2 France
Jul 6 2:00pmKazan
Brazil 1 - 2 Belgium
Jul 7 10:00amSamara
Sweden 0 - 2 England
Jul 7 2:00pmSochi
Russia 2 - 2P Croatia
Semi-final
Jul 10 2:00pmSaint Petersburg
France 1 - 0 Belgium
Jul 11 2:00pmMoscow
Croatia 2 - 1 England
Third place match
Jul 14 10:00amSaint Petersburg
Belgium 2 - 0 England
Final
Jul 15 11:00amMoscow
France 4 - 2 Croatia