Google Pixel 8 Banner

Sports Flick review

Nathan Lawrence
Apr 23, 2021
bullet1 min read

We may earn money when you click our links.

Update: Sports Flick is no longer available

As of September 2021, Sports Flick is no longer available. Apps for the sports streaming service are still available on Google Play and iOS, but the service itself has ceased operations. Some users allege to have been charged an annual subscription fee, even after the company closed the service. We recommend not downloading either app. 

For more sports streaming alternatives, follow the link below. 

What was Sports Flick?

Sports Flick was a niche sports streaming service in Australia that made headlines in 2021 when it bid a whopping $60 million on the local streaming rights to the UEFA Champions League.

It cost $14.99 per month (or $99.99 per year,) not including GST, and offered mostly obscure sports, such as Body Building and bare knuckle boxing, before it secured the rights to K-League, UAE and UEFA Women's Champions League. 

Without notice, the service ceased to operate in late 2021. 

Nathan Lawrence
Written by
Nathan Lawrence
Nathan Lawrence has been banging out passionate tech and gaming words for more than 11 years. These days, you can find his work on outlets like IGN, STACK, Fandom, Red Bull and AusGamers. Nathan adores PC gaming and the proof of his first-person-shooter prowess is at the top of a Battlefield V scoreboard.

Related Articles

woman sitting on a rocky mountain using a cell phone
What is a long expiry prepaid plan?
Let's make a long story short.
The List
The List – We Review Stuff
This week on the podcast, Dyl brings infinite possibilities and we're hit with power-ups and...
Pixel 8 leak
Safer, smarter, cheaper: Pixel 8 Pro is going through changes
It turns out you can teach an old phone a few new tricks.
small family sitting around on their phones
The best family mobile phone plans (December 2023)
If you're looking for a deal on bundling your family's mobile plans under one account...