Your guide to what is changing on SBS with more FIFA World Cup matches added to tonight's TV schedule
22 Jun 2018 - 11:48 AM  UPDATED 22 Jun 2018 - 11:50 AM

SBS continues to broadcast every 2018 FIFA World Cup™ match live on free-to-air television until the end of Group Stage on Friday 29 June. This means that there are some changes this weekend 22-24 June 2018 with the addition of matches to the broadcast schedule.

SBS’s existing 2018 FIFA World Cup™ programming schedule including FIFA World Cup Today highlights show at 5.30pm AEST daily and the SBS Match of the Day replay at 6.30am AEST daily will remain in place.

FRIDAY

Eastern States - NSW/ACT/QLD/TAS/VIC

9:30pm 2018 FIFA World Cup: Brazil V Costa Rica [LIVE]
12:30am 2018 FIFA World Cup: Nigeria V Iceland [LIVE]
3:00am Road To the FIFA World Cup
3:30am 2018 FIFA World Cup: Serbia V Switzerland [LIVE]

Central States - SA/NT

9:00pm 2018 FIFA World Cup: Brazil V Costa Rica [LIVE]
12:00am 2018 FIFA World Cup: Nigeria V Iceland [LIVE]
2:30am Road To the FIFA World Cup
3:00am 2018 FIFA World Cup: Serbia V Switzerland [LIVE]

Western Australia

7:30pm 2018 FIFA World Cup: Brazil V Costa Rica [LIVE]
10:30pm 2018 FIFA World Cup: Nigeria V Iceland [LIVE]
1:00am Road To the FIFA World Cup
1:30am 2018 FIFA World Cup: Serbia V Switzerland [LIVE]
4:00am Destination Flavour Scandinavia
4:30am Food Lovers Guide to Australia

Due to schedule changes, the advertised Michael Mosley: Trust Me, I'm a Doctor, Spring Tide (episodes 9+10), and Last Panthers (episodes 1+2) will not be broadcast. Killer Volcanoes will not be broadcast in SA/NT/WA and Where Are You really From (Episode 3) will not be broadcast in WA, but will be available to stream anytime at SBS On Demand

 

SATURDAY

Eastern States - NSW/ACT/QLD/TAS/VIC

7:30pm Sinkholes: Deadly Drops (Episode 1)
8:30pm
Sinkholes: Deadly Drops (Episode 2)
9:30pm
 2018 FIFA World Cup: Belgium V Tunisia [LIVE]
12:30am 2018 FIFA World Cup: Korea V Mexico [LIVE]
3:00am Road To the FIFA World Cup
3:30am 2018 FIFA World Cup: Germany V Sweden [LIVE]

Central States - SA/NT

7:30pm Sinkholes: Deadly Drops (Episode 1)
8:30pm Travel Man (St Petersburg w/ Rob Beckett)
9:00pm 2018 FIFA World Cup: Belgium V Tunisia [LIVE]
12:00am 2018 FIFA World Cup: Korea V Mexico [LIVE]
2:30am Road To the FIFA World Cup
3:00am 2018 FIFA World Cup: Germany V Sweden [LIVE]

Western Australia

7:30pm 2018 FIFA World Cup: Belgium V Tunisia [LIVE]
10:30pm 2018 FIFA World Cup: Korea V Mexico [LIVE]
1:00am Road To the FIFA World Cup
1:30am 2018 FIFA World Cup: Germany V Sweden [LIVE]
4:30am Destination Flavour Scandinavia

Due to schedule changes, the advertised Mamma Mia, ABBA: In ConcertEurovision Top 40, Studio At The Memo With Tim Rogers, and Crystal Maze  (Episode 3) will not be broadcast. The good news is that Mamma MiaABBA: In Concert, and Eurovision Top 40, will instead air Friday 29 June.

 

SUNDAY

Eastern States - NSW/ACT/QLD/TAS/VIC

9:30pm 2018 FIFA World Cup: England V Panama [LIVE]
12:30am 2018 FIFA World Cup: Japan V Senegal [LIVE]
3:00am Road To the FIFA World Cup
3:30am 2018 FIFA World Cup: Poland V Colombia [LIVE]

Central States - SA/NT

9:00pm 2018 FIFA World Cup: England V Panama [LIVE]
12:00am 2018 FIFA World Cup: Japan V Senegal [LIVE]
2:30am Road To the FIFA World Cup
3:00am 2018 FIFA World Cup: Poland V Colombia [LIVE]

Western Australia

7:30pm 2018 FIFA World Cup: England V Panama [LIVE]
10:30pm 2018 FIFA World Cup: Japan V Senegal [LIVE]
1:00am Road To the FIFA World Cup
1:30am 2018 FIFA World Cup: Poland V Colombia [LIVE]
4:00am Destination Flavour Scandinavia
4:30am Food Lovers Guide to Australia 

Due to schedule changes, the advertised April 9th, Outrage Beyond, and Poh & Co Bitesize will not be broadcast. Michael Mosley: Trust Me, I'm a Doctor (Season 7, Episode 4) will not air in the Eastern States or Western Australia. Great Fire Of London (Episode 1) will not air in Western Australia, while Great Fire Of London (Episode 2) will not air in SA/NT/WA. Great Fire Of London will be available to stream at SBS On Demand.

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