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Fox Soccer (formerly Fox Soccer Channel) was an American television specialty channel specializing in soccer, owned by 21st Century Fox's Fox Entertainment Group, which operated from 1997 to 2013. It formerly broadcast rugby and Australian rules football, but in its final years was devoted strictly to soccer. Due to Fox consolidating its cable sports rights on the new general-interest channels Fox Sports 1
Fox Sports 1
and Fox Sports 2, and following the loss of United States
United States
television rights to broadcast Premier League soccer events to NBC,[1] Fox Soccer was replaced on September 2, 2013 by FXX, an entertainment sister network to FX.[2] The vast majority of the remaining sports programming from Fox Soccer has been moved to Fox Sports 1
Fox Sports 1
and Fox Sports 2, which launched on August 17, 2013.[3] Fox Soccer Plus, a spin-off channel which launched in 2010, will continue to operate.[4]

Contents

1 History 2 Programming

2.1 United Kingdom 2.2 Australia 2.3 Japan 2.4 United States 2.5 Other events 2.6 Sky Sports
Sky Sports
News 2.7 Fox Soccer Report
Fox Soccer Report
and Fox Soccer News 2.8 Past programming

3 Relaunch as FXX 4 See also 5 References 6 External links

History[edit] Launched on November 1, 1997 to March 27, 2005 when it was originally known as Fox Sports World, the channel took its final name March 28, 2005 to July 31, 2011 later dropping the word "channel" from its name on August 1, 2011. to September 1, 2013. Fox Soccer offered its own game programming for United States
United States
soccer leagues through arrangements with outside production companies. Most of Fox Soccer's coverage which originated outside the CONCACAF region (North America, Central America, Caribbean) consisted of picking up international broadcast feeds to which Fox Soccer had the U.S. broadcast rights. The A-League
A-League
broadcasts were produced by Fox Sports (Australia). The English coverage generally came to Fox Soccer direct from IMG, Input Media and The Media Company, which produce the Premier League
Premier League
and FA Cup/England national team world feed broadcasts and Fox Soccer News reports respectively. The network's soccer coverage was not limited to game play; Fox Soccer aired reruns of Dream Team, a British soap opera that aired in the UK on Fox Soccer's corporate cousin Sky One
Sky One
until 2007 and focused on a fictional Premiership team. The channel also televised a live soccer talk-show, Fox Football Fone-in, featuring viewer calls and predictions for that weekend's Premier League
Premier League
matches. During the Premier League
Premier League
term, Fox Soccer also produced and aired a couple of studio-based shows surrounding its game coverage.[5] In 2006, Fox Soccer announced that they had dropped coverage of other sports other than soccer. Amongst the leagues dropped were Super Rugby (rugby union), the Australian Football League
Australian Football League
(the principal Australian rules football
Australian rules football
league), and the Australian National Rugby League. The Super 14 games resided on Setanta Sports USA
Setanta Sports USA
until it went off the air in early 2010, while ESPN
ESPN
offers the AFL. In return, Setanta gave Fox Soccer the rights to some national team matches that would not otherwise air live. After Setanta's demise in the US, News Corporation acquired most of Setanta USA's former rights and created the new Fox Soccer Plus
Fox Soccer Plus
as a second broadcast outlet. Fox Sports World originally filled out its schedule with an eclectic mix of programming; among the sports featured (either in anthology form or actual events) were motorsports (prior to News Corporation's acquisition of SPEED, now Fox Sports 1), cricket, pool, darts, and extreme sports. It also aired the Final Four of the Euroleague
Euroleague
in basketball; that league is now more extensively covered by NBA TV. Cricket, pool and darts currently see American coverage on Willow and ONE World Sports, which also now broadcasts some Sky Sports programming. Until the middle of 2012, the morning hours on non-game days (when the English and European afternoon is timed to in the United States) and some odd afternoon half hours were slotted with paid programming time until additional loops of Fox Soccer News and Sky Sports
Sky Sports
News were placed in those slots. The 720p
720p
high definition simulcast of Fox Soccer launched in January 2010. Programming[edit] The channel focused on soccer throughout the world. In the final year, the network's rights included; (all rights have moved to Fox Sports 1 and Fox Sports 2) United Kingdom[edit]

Premier League: Live and tape-delayed matches each week, plus weekly magazine ( Premier League
Premier League
World), preview ( Premier League
Premier League
Preview Show, and Matchday) and recap ( Premier League
Premier League
Review and Goals on Sunday) shows. Besides matches on Fox Soccer, Fox Deportes
Fox Deportes
and Fox Soccer Plus, up to 3 matches each season were available live free-to-air on Fox. Up to 74 matches each season were sublicensed to ESPN, Inc. Contract ran through May 2013, at which point coverage went to NBC Sports/ NBCSN
NBCSN
to the present day. FA Community Shield, live through August 2017; future editions will be carried on Fox Sports 1
Fox Sports 1
or 2. FA Cup
FA Cup
through May 2013. Some matches aired on Fox Soccer Plus. England under-21 – selected home matches through May 2013. Other home matches aired on Fox Soccer Plus. England national football team
England national football team
– selected home friendlies through May 2013 and home qualifying matches for FIFA
FIFA
World Cup 2014 through October 2013 (moved to Fox Sports 1
Fox Sports 1
or 2). Other home matches aired on Fox Soccer Plus.

Australia[edit]

A-League: One live match per week, a weekly highlights package, and the A-League
A-League
Grand Final. Contract runs through April 2015, will likely move to Fox Sports 2. State of Origin series, live coverage, as well as the NRL Grand Final. Other National Rugby League
National Rugby League
matches will air on Fox Soccer Plus, with other rights moving to Fox Sports 2.[6][7]

Japan[edit]

J. League
J. League
Gambare! weekly highlights package.

United States[edit]

United Soccer Leagues, live coverage of selected matches, including:

The championship matches of all USL leagues — USL Pro, Premier Development League, and W-League.

College soccer: up to three live matches each week in September and October via an agreement with the National Soccer Coaches Association of America (NSCAA). Other matches may air on Fox Sports Networks affiliates or Fox College Sports
Fox College Sports
multiplex channels as part of multi-sport deals between various conferences and those channels.

Other events[edit]

UEFA:

UEFA
UEFA
Super Cup, live coverage through August 2014. UEFA
UEFA
Champions League, live coverage through May 2015. Fox Sports Media Group has the first, second, and third picks of live matches for each night of the competition. Different live matches will air on Fox Soccer, Fox Soccer Plus, Fox Deportes
Fox Deportes
and regional Fox Sports Net affiliates, with rebroadcasts on Fox Soccer. DirecTV
DirecTV
broadcasts all remaining matches during the playoff round and the group stage. Fox Soccer will air semifinal matches on Tuesdays and FX will air semifinal matches on Wednesdays. The final will air live free-to-air on Fox. UEFA
UEFA
Europa League, live coverage for the 2012–2015 seasons plus a highlight show for each round of the competition. Different matches will air live on Fox Soccer, Fox Soccer Plus
Fox Soccer Plus
and Fox Deportes
Fox Deportes
& DirecTV
DirecTV
ch. 480–489 in HD.

CONCACAF:

CONCACAF
CONCACAF
Champions League, live coverage including any matches that involve Major League Soccer
Major League Soccer
teams based in the U.S., plus both semifinals and the final, through April 2017. Live coverage of the 2011 CONCACAF
CONCACAF
Gold Cup, featuring all U.S. matches plus the final. Copa América Centenario, live coverage in 2016.

FIFA
FIFA
(2015–2022):

FIFA
FIFA
World Cup 2018 and 2022. FIFA
FIFA
Women's World Cup 2015 and 2019. FIFA
FIFA
Confederations Cup 2017 and 2021. FIFA
FIFA
U-20 World Cup 2015, 2017, 2019 and 2021. FIFA
FIFA
U-17 World Cup 2015, 2017, 2019 and 2021. FIFA
FIFA
U-20 Women's World Cup 2016, 2018, 2020 and 2022. FIFA
FIFA
U-17 Women's World Cup 2016, 2018, 2020 and 2022. FIFA
FIFA
Club World Cup through December 2012.

Sky Sports
Sky Sports
News[edit] Main article: Sky Sports
Sky Sports
News Fox Soccer picked up the feed from its corporate cousin, Sky Sports News in the United Kingdom. In 2007, Fox Soccer began running the feed live at 2 a.m., noon and 7 p.m. Eastern Time (the 7 p.m. edition moved to Fox Soccer Plus
Fox Soccer Plus
effective September 2010). This arrangement dates back to its days as Fox Sports World, and offers updated soccer news throughout the day (along with coverage of other international sports such as rugby, cricket and British horse racing.), along with the morning rundown of English newspaper sports pages. During the international off-season from May–August 2010 the 2am simulcast of the 7am GMT hour was replaced with a tape-delayed broadcast of Sky News at Ten from SSN & Fox Soccer sister network Sky News, which features a comprehensive recap of the day in sports; likely this was due to 2010 World Cup
2010 World Cup
highlights exclusivity by American rightsholder ESPN, in addition to Sky Sports
Sky Sports
News converting their operations to high definition. The 2am simulcast of Sky Sports News was restored in August 2010 with the start of the European season. All simulcasts of Sky Sports
Sky Sports
News were discontinued on July 1, 2013 as Fox Soccer began their wind-down of operations, with Fox apparently deciding not to carry the program over to either Fox Sports 1, Fox Sports 2, or Fox Soccer Plus. Fox Soccer Report
Fox Soccer Report
and Fox Soccer News[edit] Main article: Soccer Central From September 2002 to August 16, 2012, Fox Soccer's flagship studio program was Fox Soccer Report
Fox Soccer Report
(originally Fox Sports World Report), anchored by Michelle Lissel, Eoin O'Callaghan and Asa Rehman, with former Scottish amateur footballer Bobby McMahon, produced by the Shaw Media-owned Fox Sports World Canada
Fox Sports World Canada
at the studios of CKND Winnipeg. After Fox Sports World ceased operations in April 2012, Fox Soccer made similar arrangements with the Canadian sports channel Sportsnet for a replacement program. The Sportsnet-produced Fox Soccer News began airing August 17, 2012, with hosts Brendan Dunlop, Kara Lang, Ben Ennis, and analyst Thomas Rongen; McMahon also moved to Sportsnet and continued with Fox Soccer News, providing continuity between Fox Soccer Report and Fox Soccer News. It aired nightly at 10 p.m. Eastern (or after a live prime-time match – though highlights of that game would not be included because the show is taped), with a few re-airs overnight and during the morning. With the launch of Fox Sports 1, the program was replaced by an in-house soccer news program, Fox Soccer Daily, on August 19, 2013 ( Sportsnet
Sportsnet
continued to produce and air the prior program as Soccer Central), though that show was canceled by the end of the year. It was replaced with NFL playoff and NASCAR-focused programming and eventually, a video simulcast of Mike Francesa's radio program. Past programming[edit]

Argentina: One match every week from the Argentine Primera División, plus the weekly highlights show Fútbol de Primera, through the 2009–10 season. Mexico: Limited coverage of the Primera División through the early part of the 2007 Apertura season. Showed home games from teams such as Cruz Azul, Pachuca, Santos Laguna
Santos Laguna
and Tecos UAG. France: Ligue 1
Ligue 1
through the 2005–06 season. Germany: First Bundesliga
Bundesliga
through the 2005–06 season. Spain: Selected La Liga
La Liga
matches except those of FC Barcelona, Valencia CF, Real Madrid
Real Madrid
or Atlético Madrid, until 2004. Netherlands: Eredivisie
Eredivisie
in the 2004–05 season. United States:

Major League Soccer
Major League Soccer
(2003–2011) United States
United States
men's national soccer team and United States
United States
women's national soccer team: Selected friendlies, until 2012.

Euro 2000 FIFA:

FIFA
FIFA
Confederations Cup, through 2005. FIFA
FIFA
U-20 World Cup, through 2005. FIFA
FIFA
U-17 World Cup, through 2005.

CONMEBOL: Copa Libertadores
Copa Libertadores
and Copa Sudamericana. Other sports

Super Rugby Australian Football League 2003 Rugby World Cup
2003 Rugby World Cup
(delayed)

Relaunch as FXX[edit] Main article: FXX Fox lost the U.S. television rights to broadcast Premier League
Premier League
soccer events to NBC,[1] and the Italian Serie A, French Ligue 1
Ligue 1
and Football League Championship rights to beIN Sports.[8] As a result, Fox Soccer was replaced on September 2, 2013 by FXX, an entertainment sister network to FX.[2] All of the remaining sports programming from Fox Soccer was moved to Fox Sports 1
Fox Sports 1
and Fox Sports 2, which launched on August 17, 2013.[3] FXX's primary focus is on comedies (resulting in FX and FXX
FXX
maintaining a genre-based format similar to that of TBS and TNT) and features original and acquired comedy series, though feature films and some drama series are also broadcast on FXX
FXX
– with first-run episodes of some of the channel's original series being carried over to the channel from FX. Fox Soccer's run ended with a final full run of Being: Liverpool on September 2 from midnight-6am ET (with a FXX
FXX
disclaimer card before the program), leading into FXX
FXX
airing the pilot episode of Parks and Recreation an hour later at 7am ET, with paid programming with an FXX disclaimer card in front of each paid program in the hour between. The channel properly transferred from Fox Soccer to FXX
FXX
an hour later, when a clip of FC Barcelona's Lionel Messi
Lionel Messi
about to score a goal was broken up by Frank Reynolds (Danny DeVito) of It's Always Sunny in Philadelphia coming through a leather couch (representing a television screen being "torn" through) being "birthed" in the nude (a scene taken from the 2009 Christmas special episode A Very Sunny Christmas), suggesting the "birthing" of FXX.[9] The last live international event carried was a UEFA
UEFA
Champions League match between Celtic FC
Celtic FC
and FC Shakhter Karagandy from Celtic Park
Celtic Park
on August 28. The last live match to be carried by the network altogether was the National Women's Soccer League final between Portland Thorns FC
Portland Thorns FC
and the Western New York Flash on August 31. See also[edit]

A-League
A-League
portal Television in Australia portal

List of Australian television series

References[edit]

^ a b " NBC
NBC
secures English Premier League
Premier League
soccer rights". Associated Press. October 28, 2012.  ^ a b Andreeva, Nellie (March 28, 2013). "FX Officially Unveils FXX Channel To Launch In September, New Branding Campaign". Deadline.com. Retrieved March 28, 2013.  ^ a b "News Corp. may convert Fox Soccer into entertainment network". LATimes. Retrieved 17 January 2013.  ^ "All about FOX Soccer, FOX Sports 1". Fox Sports. Retrieved 2013-08-14.  ^ " Fox Sports on MSN – FSC Programming Guide". Retrieved 2008-03-12.  ^ "Live Origin broadcast by America's Fox Sports - NRL.com". 'NRL.com'. Retrieved 2011-07-07.  ^ Ourand, John (2012-03-12). " Fox Soccer Plus
Fox Soccer Plus
gets rights to rugby leagues". SportsBusiness Daily. Retrieved 2013-06-28.  ^ U.S. TV limited for La Liga, Serie A – ESPN
ESPN
/ AP, 17 August 2012 ^ Burke, Timothy (2 September 2013). "Watch Fox Soccer Channel Die In The Most Undignified Manner Possible". Deadspin. Retrieved 3 September 2013. 

External links[edit]

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