SBS Sport are making changes to the way we deliver our coverage to audiences across our platforms.
SBS Sport

15 Apr 2021 - 10:31 AM  UPDATED 15 Apr 2021 - 10:31 AM

Bringing some of the world’s best sports to Australians for free continues to be at the heart of what we do at SBS Sport, in the coming months we will be updating our website offering by consolidating our current sites into one online destination showcasing all our sports coverage.

The SBS Sport website will be the home of all our sports coverage, and the current websites for The World Game and Cycling Central will not be continuing.

At, you can access our coverage of key events and competitions, such as the Tour De France, NBL, NBA, and the 2022 FIFA World Cup – as well as more of the range of sports covered by SBS. 

We’ll also be increasing our focus on providing live sport streaming and improving our catch-up service on SBS On Demand, so you can easily access more of our sport coverage. 

SBS remains the home of cycling in Australia - broadcasting major cycling events including the Tour de France, which will continue to be available exclusively to Australians on SBS under our current broadcast rights deal until 2030. 

We are also proud to be the exclusive Australian rights holder to the 2022 FIFA World Cup and will continue broadcasting a number of international football events.   

While our websites for The World Game and Cycling Central will no longer exist, we will continue to engage audiences with unique and diverse content on alternative platforms.