|Picture format||576i (SDTV)|
|Owner||Fox Sports Pty Limited|
|Sister channels||Fox Sports News|
|Launched||27 February 2017|
|Replaced||Fox Sports 502|
|Foxtel Go||Channel 502|
|Kayo Sports||Channel 502|
Fox League is an Australian subscription television channel dedicated to screening rugby league (both domestic and international) matches and related programming. It is owned by Fox Sports Pty Limited and is available throughout Australia on Foxtel. The channel was launched on 27 February 2017.
On 27 November 2015, the Australian Rugby League Commission announced that Fox Sports had secured the rights to air all National Rugby League games excluding the NRL Grand Final live for the 2018-22 seasons. Additionally, it was announced that the current rights agreement had been altered to allow Fox Sports to also have the live rights for all games excluding the Grand Final for the 2016 and 2017 seasons, however, a dedicated yet-to-be-named NRL channel to showcase these rights would not launch until the 2017 season.
Sports programming on Fox League includes the following:
- National Rugby League (2017–present; every game live except the Grand Final)
- Challenge Cup (2017–present)
- Super League (2017–present; three live games per weekend)
- Pacific Rugby League Internationals (2017–present)
- NSW Cup (2017–present; one or two games per weekend & Finals)
- Queensland Cup (2017–present; full replay midweek and Grand Final live in 2021)
- NRL State Championship (2017–present)
- NRL Schoolboy Cup (2017–present)
- Pre Season Games (2017–present)
- Charity Shield (2017–present)
- Harvey Norman All-Stars (2017–present)
- International Rugby League (2017–present)
- NRL Touch Premiership (2018–present)
- NRL Women's Premiership (2018–present)
- Rugby League European Championship (2018–present)
- Rugby League World Cup 9s (2019–present)
- Oceania Cup (2019–present)
- Auckland Rugby League (2020–present)
- Auckland Rugby League National 20's (2021–present)
News and analysis programming
Fox League airs several studio shows including the programs listed below:
- Hisense Thursday Night Football (2017–present) 
- VB Friday Night Footy (2017–present) 
- Bundaberg Rum NRL Super Saturday (2017–present) 
- Chemist Warehouse Sunday Ticket (2017–present) 
- The Late Show With Matty Johns (2017–present)
- Sunday Night with Matty Johns (2017–present)
- NRL 360 (2017–present)
- NRL Tonight (2017–present)
- Narrow World of Sports (2017–present)
- The Sunday Wrap (2017–present)
- The Fan (2018–present)
- Big League Wrap (2018–present)
- NRL Try Time (2018–present)
- Controversy Corner (2018–present)
- The Matty Johns Podcast (2019–present)
- The Final 5 (2020–present)
- Top 5 Rivalries (2020–present)
- Vossy's Awesome 80s (2020–present)
- Season's Best (2020–present)
- Benji (2022–present)
- League 13 – to –1 (2017)
- League Legends (2017)
- On the Couch with Sterlo (2017)
- Holden Cup (2017)
- Queenslanders Only (2017–2019)
- League Life (2017–2019)
- The Greatest (2018–2019)
- NRL Nines (2020)
Network personalities and the media attended the launch for Fox League's 2018 programming slate on 20 February 2018. Further key hosting personnel were announced, in addition to some pre-existing roles from 2017.
Thursday Night League
Friday Night Footy
Big League Wrap
NRL Try Time
Matty Johns Face to Face
- Fox Cricket
- Fox Footy
- Fox Netball
- Fox Sports
- Fox Sports 2 & Fox Soccer Plus (American simulcast partners for matches)
- List of sports television channels
- "Fox Sports NRL channel to push game in Queensland with Suncorp Stadium launch". The Courier Mail. 12 February 2017.
- Knox, David (27 November 2015). "New NRL channel coming as FOX Sports confirms multi-year deal". TV Tonight. Retrieved 23 February 2017.
- Knox, David (27 November 2015). "Nine varies NRL deal, new Thursday night game". TV Tonight. Retrieved 23 February 2017.
- Perry, Kevin (5 February 2017). "Foxtel confirms date for Fox League channel launch". DeciderTV. Retrieved 23 February 2017.
- PaigeTurner (6 February 2017). "Foxtel combines sport and broadband in new promo bundle". Foxtel. Retrieved 23 February 2017.
Fox League will replace Fox Sports 2 on 27 February 2017.
- PaigeTurner (16 February 2017). "FOX SPORTS More launches 23 February on channel 507 in HD". Foxtel. Retrieved 17 February 2017.
- 2017 TV: the final word - TV Tonight, 2 February 2018
- "Women take pride of place in new FOX League channel". TV Tonight. 16 February 2017. Retrieved 23 February 2017.
- Knox, David (17 February 2017). "Fox League: Dedicated rugby league, Channel 502, full season TV schedule". Fox Sports. Retrieved 17 February 2017.
- "Fox League 2017: TV schedule, programs, guide". 16 February 2017.
- "NRL stars, new all-female panel of hosts launch the new dedicated channel Fox League". The Daily Telegraph. 16 February 2017.
- "Fox League: The Juicy Details". News.com.au. 16 February 2016.
- "Fox League Gets Bigger and Better in 2018". Fox Sports. 20 February 2018.
- Official website