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About SBS

SBS is one of five free-to-air channels in Australia. It is owned and operated by the Special Broadcasting Service, and it was launched on October 24, 1980. It is considered as the main channel for the Special Broadcasting Service since its target audience is not limited to one specific demographic. 

SBS has focused its content on international news, current affairs, educational programs, drama, comedy, films, sports, and documentaries. One of the main differences between this channel and some of its competitors is that SBS airs a significant portion of its broadcasts in languages other than English, while also airing foreign-language films. 

Speaking about sports, SBS’ coverage has focused on international sports rather than offering popular sports in Australia. In the past, SBS has owned broadcasting rights for such events as the Tour de France, the Summer Olympics, and the Super Bowl, to name a few. When it comes to football, SBS has covered the UEFA Champions League, the UEFA Europa League, the FIFA World Cup, the FIFA Confederations Cup, and the English Premier League.

Like other Australian TV channels, SBS is available on most terrestrial feeds and on most pay-tv carriers in the country. While a Standard Definition feed is available, SBS launched its HD feed on December 14, 2006. The latter feed is available on select pay-tv carriers in the country, which is why we encourage you to check local listings and channel numbers for further details.

SBS on Satellite

160.0°EOptus D1
12532 H47300, 5/6DVB-S2, 16APSK
12532 H47300, 5/6DVB-S2, 16APSK, HD 1080
156.0°EOptus D3
11928 V30000, 3/5DVB-S2, QPSK, MPEG-4, HDIrdeto
11928 V30000, 3/5DVB-S2, QPSK, MPEG-4Irdeto

SBS Broadcast Rights

FIFA World Cup
FIFA World Cup (2018-2022)
SBS has secured broadcast rights to the 2022 FIFA World Cup for Australian viewers. All 64 matches of the men's quadrennial tournament will be shown on SBS's family of channels, live, free, and in HD. Eight live games will be also shown simultaneously on SBS Viceland, while bonus content, including match replays, pre and post game analysis, goal highlights interviews, live streaming and more will be available via SBS On Demand.
FIFA U-17 World Cup
FIFA Beach Soccer World Cup
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The published listings of live, re-aired, and on-demand match and program events published on this website are broadcast by the official rights holders. They are available on various platforms such as terrestrial TV, radio, cable, satellite, IPTV, mobile and desktop apps. Where possible, we will provide links to the streaming events available on the platforms provided by the official broadcasters. Please note that in many cases, a digital subscription or user authentication with a TV or internet provider will be required. We endeavor to provide as accurate and detailed broadcast information as possible. However, broadcast schedules are subject to change at any time. If you find incorrect or missing information, please let us know

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