Fox Sports Arizona
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- FIFA Confederations Cup (2019 - 2025)
- FIFA U-17 World Cup (2019 - 2025)
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- Women's Friendly (2019 - 2019)
- CONCACAF Nations League (2019 - 2022)
Fox Sports Arizona is a regional television channel under Fox Sports Networks (FSN) in USA. It serves the Arizona state, as well as New Mexico, Utah and Southern Nevada. It is owned by Diamond Sports Group, and broadcasts both in 480i (SDTV) and 720p (HDTV).
Fox Sports Arizona initially launched in September 1996 as Prime Sports Arizona, before being rebranded to its current name shortly after. As the holder of regional cable TV rights to major franchises under its broadcast area, Fox Sports Arizona provides comprehensive coverage of games from teams like the Arizona Diamondbacks (baseball), Phoenix Suns (basketball), Arizona Coyotes (ice hockey) and Arizona Cardinals (American football). It also provides live games from college teams within its zone.
In 2008, an overflow channel under the name Fox Sports Arizona Plus was launched. The alternate feed kicks in whenever the main Fox Sports Arizona channel experiences scheduling conflicts due to season overlaps. This gives the network the ability to televise two live games at the same time. Fox Sports Arizona is available in USA through cable, satellite and IPTV providers.
- DirecTV: Channel 686 (HD)
- DISH: Channel 415 (HD)
It is also part of the channel line-ups of many other providers across the country; however, exact channel numbers for both SD and HD versions may vary based on the location. Such additional TV providers include Cox Communications, Century Link, Aztech Cable, Beamspeed, Cable One, Comcast, Mediacom, Orbitel Communications, San Carlos, Suddenlink/Altice, Time Warner Cable, Valley Connections and Western Broadband.
For Fox Sports Arizona Plus, viewers may find the channel on:
- Cox: Channel 73 (SD) and Channel 1073 (HD)
- DirecTV: Channel 686-1 (HD)
- Century Link Prism: Channel 763 (SD) and Channel 1763 (HD)
- Century Link Choice: Channel 999 (SD)
Streaming Fox Sports Arizona’s games online and on mobile is also possible via partner OTT platforms, including Fubo TV, Sling TV and PlayStation Vue. Customers of participating providers may additionally sign into streaming service Fox Sports Go to access the live content; nonetheless, geo-restrictions may apply.