Remaining sports will be shown across a range of channels depending on the competition schedule.
A full guide including all broadcast times will be announced by July 1.
There will be two studios inside London’s Olympic Park, one of which will run 24 hours a day. A second studio will feature Tiffany Cherry, Adam Peacock, Sarah Jones and Jason Dunstall.
Foxtel will also have a team of roving reporters on the ground in London, including Rove McManus who will present daily stories including London streets, the athletes’ village and Aussie athletes. Gus Worland will also add colour stories, alongside local British television personality Tania Bryer and roving sports journalists Ben Damon and Will McCloy.
Commentators include Susie O’Neill, Rebecca Wilson, Ray Hadley, James Tomkins (Rowing), Kerri Pottharst (Beach Volleyball), Scott McGrory (Cycling), Liz Chetkovich (Gymnastics), Debbie Watson (Water Polo), Andrew Gaze (Basketball), Jane Flemming (Athletics), Peter Donegan (Athletics), Daley Thompson (Athletics), Damian Brown (Weightlifting), Mike Murphy (Diving), Lucinda Green (Equestrian), Rechelle Hawkes (Hockey) and David Wansborough (Hockey).
Residential subscribers will also be able to watch via a Foxtel tablet app.
Coverage will go live on July 25 AST to include live coverage of the 14 football matches that precede the Opening Ceremony. Competition will commence on air at 6.00pm on Saturday, July 28 (AEST).
Pricing for non-sports subscribers has not yet been revealed.
* Some sports listed may appear across different channels as determined by the competition schedule.