TVNZ+ Sports Hub Schedule for July

Ashes cricket, international rugby, paralympics and women’s basketball reflect the range of sport that will be free-to-stream next month on TVNZ+.

Other codes include tennis, athletics, netball and motorsport, courtesy of Spark’s defunct streaming service.

TVNZ’s streaming service is celebrating the launch of its sports hub with the platform’s July 3 premiere of five notable sporting documentaries:

  • Dogtown and Z-Boys
  • The Trials of Muhammad Ali
  • Hoop Dreams
  • Pretending I’m Superman: The Tony Hawk Video Game Story
  • Take Every Wave: The Life of Laird Hamilton

As for the sports hub, TVNZ says viewers will be able to stream live events, replays and highlights:

To ensure every sports supporter is covered, New Zealand Cricket and other major events will also be available across TVNZ broadcast channels. TVNZ’s cross platform approach will give Kiwi viewers choice and control over how and where they watch.

Here’s the sports hub schedule for July.

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One Response to “TVNZ+ Sports Hub Schedule for July”

  1. As it’s been four years since the FIH Pro League deal with Spark Sport was signed and the deal must come it an end in late Jun or early July, it makes sense that it’s not on TVNZ’s freebie (paid for by Spark Sport list). The Oceania Cup will be on TVNZ in August.

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