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Fox Sports Asia

Fox Sports Asia
Launched January 28, 2013
Network Fox International Channels
Owned by 21st Century Fox (through STAR TV and Fox International Channels)
Picture format Fox Sports SD, Fox Sports 2 SD, Fox Sports 3 SD and Fox Sports News: 576i (SDTV)
Fox Sports HD, Fox Sports 2 HD and Fox Sports 3 HD: 720p (HDTV)
Slogan We Are FOX SPORTS
Where Sport Goes Boom!
Broadcast area Hong Kong (channel based in Asia Pacific available: Singapore, Indonesia, Philippines, Malaysia, Brunei Darussalam, South Korea Vietnam, Thailand and Taiwan)
Headquarters Corporate office: 13/F One Harbourfront, 18 Tak Fung Street, Hunghom, Kowloon City District, Kowloon, Kowloon Peninsula, Hong Kong
Studios and production facility: Fusionopolis, Singapore
Formerly called ESPN Asia (1992-2013)
STAR Sports (1993-2014, renamed as Fox Sports Asia 2)
Sister channel(s) Fox Sports Asia 2
Fox Sports Asia 3
Fox Sports News Asia
Astro (Malaysia) Channel 812 (Fox Sports SD)
Channel 813 (Fox Sports 2 SD)
Channel 818 (Fox Sports 3 SD)
Channel 832 (Fox Sports HD)
TelkomVision (Indonesia) Channel 332 (SD)
Indovision (Indonesia) Channel 302 (SD)
Channel 416 (HD)
Macau CATV (Macau) Channel 32 (SD)
OkeVision (Indonesia) Channel 71 (SD)
Astro Nusantara (Indonesia) Channel 71 (SD)
GMM Z (Thailand)

Channel 403 (Fox Sports HD)
Channel 370 (Fox Sports News)
Channel 402 (Fox Sports 2 HD)

Channel 401 (Fox Sports 3 HD)
TrueVisions (Thailand) Channel 690 (SD)
Channel 680 (HD)
Skynindo (Indonesia) Channel 49 (Fox Sports SD)
Channel 48 (Fox Sports News)
Channel 3 (Fox Sports 3 HD)
G Sat (Philippines) Channel 37 (Fox Sports 3 HD)
Cignal Digital TV (Philippines) Channel 48 (Fox Sports SD)
Channel 121 (Fox Sports 3 HD)
Channel 51 (Fox Sports News)
K+ (Vietnam) Channel 56 (SD)
Channel 74 (HD)
VTC Digital (Vietnam) Channel 60 (SD)
Channel 27 (HD)
CBTV Sat (China) Channel 305
D-Sky (Taiwan) Channel 10
146 Sky-Net (Taiwan) Channel ???
Aora TV (Indonesia) Channel ??? (SD)
Channel ??? (HD)
One TV (Cambodia) Channel 58 (SD)
CTH (Thailand) Channel 48
PSI (Thailand) Channel 315
TransVision (Indonesia) Channel 301 (Fox Sports 2 SD)
Channel 332 (Fox Sports SD)
First Media (Indonesia) Channel 157 (SD)
Channel 300 (HD)
SCTV (Vietnam) Channel 49 (SD - Analog)
Channel 1 (SD - Digital)
Channel 3 (HD)
Vietnam cable television (VCTV) (Vietnam) Channel 40
HTVC (Vietnam) Channel 26 (SD)
Channel 10 (HD)
Jogja Medianet (Indonesia) Channel 17
Top TV (Indonesia) Channel 302
SkyCable (Philippines) Channel 31 (Fox Sports SD - Digital)
Channel 32 (Fox Sports 2 SD - Digital)
Channel 86 (Fox Sports News)
Channel 176 (Fox Sports 3 HD)
Destiny Cable (Philippines) Channel 31 (Fox Sports SD - Analog/Digital)
Channel 32 (Fox Sports 2 SD - Digital)
Channel 86 (Fox Sports News - Digital)
Cablelink (Philippines) Channel 53
Cable Star Iloilo (Iloilo City) Channel 36
Kalibo Cable (Kalibo, Aklan) Channel 35
SPC-New World Cable TV (San Jose Del Monte, Bulacan) Channel 30 (Fox Sports 2 SD)
Channel 31 (Fox Sports SD)
Telmarc Cable (Laguna) Channel 37
Parasat Cable TV (Cagayan De Oro City) Channel 32
USATV (Dagupan City, Pangasinan) Channel 20
StarHub TV (Singapore) Channel 208 (Fox Sports HD)
Channel 210 (Fox Sports 3 SD)
Mostly services (Taiwan) Channel 73 (Fox Sports SD)
Channel 74 (Fox Sports 2 SD)
Channel 2?? (Fox Sports 3 HD)
now TV (Hong Kong) Channel 670 (Fox Sports SD)
Channel 672 (Fox Sports HD)
IndosatM2 (Indonesia) Channel 232
mio TV (Singapore) Channel 114 (HD)
Channel 115 (Fox Sports 2 HD)
Channel 116 (Fox Sports 3 HD)
M2V Mobile TV (Indonesia) Channel 17
MOD (Taiwan) Channel 178 (Fox Sports 3 HD)

Fox Sports Asia is an Asian cable sports network owned by STAR TV and Fox International Channels. It is the official Asian station of Singapore, Malaysia, Vietnam, Thailand, Taiwan, Philippines and other Asian territories.

On January 28, 2013, ESPN Asia was rebranded into Fox Sports Asia after News Corporation acquired 50% stake of ESPN Star Sports venture from its former co-owner ESPN International.[1][2]

In addition, Fox Sports Plus replaced ESPN HD and Fox Sports News replaced ESPNEWS Asia.

On August 15, 2014, STAR Sports and Fox Sports Plus were rebranded as Fox Sports 2 and Fox Sports 3.


  • Fox Sports Asia Channels 1
  • Programs broadcast by Fox Sports Asia 2
    • Motorsports 2.1
    • Baseball 2.2
    • Basketball 2.3
    • Extreme sports 2.4
    • Football (Soccer) 2.5
    • Tennis 2.6
    • Professional wrestling 2.7
    • Golf 2.8
    • Mixed Martial Arts 2.9
    • Rugby football 2.10
    • News 2.11
  • See also 3
  • References 4
  • External links 5

Fox Sports Asia Channels

  • Fox Sports (formerly ESPN)
  • Fox Sports 2 (formerly STAR Sports; except in China, Korea, India, Bangladesh, Nepal, Bhutan, Sri Lanka, Pakistan and Maldives)
  • Fox Sports 3 (formerly ESPN HD and Fox Sports Plus HD respectively)
  • Fox Sports HD (simulcast with SD version of Fox Sports)
  • Fox Sports 2 HD (simulcast with SD version of Fox Sports 2)
  • Fox Sports 3 HD (simulcast with SD version of Fox Sports 3)
  • Fox Sports News (formerly ESPNews)

Programs broadcast by Fox Sports Asia

Broadcast rights for various sports properties contain territorial limitations and in a lot of instances, the rights indicated below may not pertain to all territories in which Fox Sports Asia operates.




Extreme sports

Football (Soccer)


Professional wrestling


Mixed Martial Arts

Rugby football


See also


  1. ^ News Corporation to Buy ESPN's Equity Stake in ESPN STAR Sports
  2. ^ ESPN fades off in Asia as Fox takes over

External links

  • FOX Sports Asia on Twitter
  • FOX Sports on Twitter (Philippines)
  • FOX Sports Asia on Facebook
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