Beginning August 17, 2013, FOX Sports 1 has replaced SPEED on Channel 219. A 24-hour multi-sport network, FOX SPORTS 1 airs many programs that were formerly on SPEED, including NASCAR Camping World Truck Series (NCWTS) races; the NASCAR Sprint All-Star race; and all SpeedWeeks, including Daytona 500 Qualifying, Sprint Unlimited at Daytona, the Budweiser Duel, and NASCAR Sprint Cup Series and NCWTS Practice and Qualifying sessions. Additionally, FOX Sports 1 will carry NASCAR RaceDay, NASCAR Victory Lane and Race Hub shows.
Other motorsports like Monster Energy Supercross; MotoGP World Championship; ARCA racing Series; the popular Barrett-Jackson Collector Car auctions will be on either FOX Sports 1 or FOX Sports 2 (which replaces FUEL TV on Channel 618. Learn more about FOX Sports 2.
In addition to comprehensive NASCAR coverage, FOX Sports 1 features:
- College football (45+ games)including regular season coverage of Big 12, Pac-12, and Conference USA games
- College basketball (130 games)from the Big East (including conference tournament), Pac-12, Conference USA, Big 12 (women’s only)
- Soccer. World-class soccer competitions previously on FOX Soccer will be on FOX Sports 1. You’ll see FIFA Women’s World Cup (2015 and 2019), FIFA Men’s World Cup (2018 and 2022). In addition, the world’s most prolific club soccer competition UEFA Champions League, UEFA Europa League, and CONCACAF Champions League. FOX Sports 1 will carry the world’s oldest soccer competition, the FA Cup; CONCACAF Gold Cup and CONCACAF Qualifiers. A weekday live studio show, FOX Soccer Daily will premiere on FOX Sports 1.
- UFC. In addition to Saturday pay-per-view preliminary cards, Wednesday nights are home to the UFC with UFC Tonight, live events and The Ultimate Fighter. UFC events that were formerly on FX will now be on FOX Sports 1
- Major League Baseball. Starting in April 2014, 40 regular season games and 1 MLB League Championship Series and 2 Division Series post season games are coming to FOX Sports 1.