FS1 launched on August 17, 2013 in approximately 90 million homes and boasts nearly 5,000 hours of live event, news and original programming annually. The channel has several pillar sports: college basketball and football, MLB, NASCAR, NFL (ancillary programs), international soccer, Bundesliga, UFC, Premier Boxing Champions (PBC) and USGA. Major events televised on FS1 include the U.S. Open, MLB Postseason, the FIFA 2018 and 2022 World Cup and the FIFA Women’s World Cup in 2019. Original programs include: SKIP AND SHANNON: UNDISPUTED; SPEAK FOR YOURSELF; THE HERD WITH COLIN COWHERD; GARBAGE TIME WITH KATIE NOLAN; NASCAR RACE HUB; FOX SPORTS LIVE WITH JAY AND DAN; MLB WHIPAROUND; THE ULTIMATE FIGHTER; UFC TONIGHT; INSIDE THE BIG EAST and more. FOX Sports GO, an authenticated live streaming platform that serves as the channel’s digital extension, is carried on a number of connected devices including: Apple TV, Android TV, Roku and XBOX among others. The app offers more than 1,100 live games and events from cross FOX Sports, FS1, FS2 and FOX Sports’ 22 regional sports networks, as well as scores, highlights, news, stats and analysis.
As an extension of FS1, FS2 capitalizes on the strength of the big and bold FOX Sports brand. FS2 delivers thrill-seeking sports like UFC and Supercross, and expands its breadth of programming to cover other top sports properties such as soccer as well as NASCAR practices and qualifying and college basketball games. Live UFC fights, weigh ins, prelims, and PPV post fight shows are proven ratings drivers and are accessible to all fans on FS2. With an abundance of knockout programming, FOX Sports keeps the action and excitement flowing on FS2.