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How to Watch Olympics Live? List of TV Channels for Every Country




Move over PUBG, COD, and anime, because the 2021 Tokyo Olympics are about to start! The Olympics will officially start with a must-watch opening ceremony on Friday 23rd July, 7 A.M Eastern Time. And, with 339 gold medals on the line, the competition will be tough. USA viewers can watch the Olympics on NBC. Continue reading to find out where you can watch Tokyo Olympics free live stream from anywhere in the world.

New Stars Of Olympics 2021

More than 11000 athletes will take part in different Olympic events covering almost 35 varieties of sports and 53 disciplines. The 100-meter sprint God, Usain Bolt may have retired from his job, but there are still many star athletes who will be competing for the gold medal. Some famous names on which every sports fan is going to bet on are:

  • Megan Rapinoe for Football
  • Naomi Osaka for tennis
  • Kevin Durant for basketball
  • Simone Biles for gymnast
  • Dina Asher-Smith for sprint
  • Laura Kenny for cycling
  • Jade Jones for taekwondo
  • Caeleb Dressel for freestyle swimming
  • Sky Brown for skateboarding

Tokyo Olympics 2021: New Games And Events

The 2021 Tokyo Olympics, scheduled for 14 days, will contain unmatchable sporting action. Those who love to watch sports will find themselves treated to a variety of new sports that includes softball, baseball, karate, sport climbing, surfing, and skateboarding. Including all the sports, there is a total of 15 new events. The mixed-gender competition and the pickup-game style 3×3 basketball are among those events to which everyone is looking forward.

The prestigious Olympics mainstay will begin from Sunday, August 1, as the very day we will witness the men’s 100m sprint. The day is also being referred to as the “Golden Sunday“, as players of different sports will compete against each other for 25 Gold medals. Being a sports fan, another day that you should mark on the calendar is August 7. On that day, players will participate in 34 medal events that include the gold medal basketball and football matches.

How to Watch Olympics Live in different countries?

Wondering where you can watch Tokyo Olympics 2021 in your country? Here’s a complete list of all the broadcaster and live streaming platforms that will telecast the Olympics in different countries.

  • Armenia: APMTV
  • Asia: Dentsu
  • Australia: Seven Network
  • Austria: ORF
  • Belarus: Belteleradio
  • Belgium: VRT
  • Bosnia and Herzegovina: BHRT
  • Brazil: Grupo Globo
  • Bulgaria: BNT
  • Canada: CBC/Radio-Canada Sportsnet TSN TLN
  • Caribbean: International Media Content Ltd. SportsMax
  • China: CCTV
  • Croatia: HRT
  • Czech Republic: ČT
  • Denmark: DR
  • Estonia: Eesti Meedia
  • Europe: Discovery Communications Eurosport
  • Finland: Yle
  • France: France Télévisions Canal+
  • Georgia: GPB
  • Germany: ARD ZDF
  • Greece: ERT
  • Hungary: MTVA
  • Iceland: RÚV
  • Indian subcontinent: Sony Pictures Networks
  • Ireland: RTÉ
  • Japan: Japan Consortium
  • Kosovo: RTK
  • Latin America: América Móvil
  • Latvia: LTV
  • Lithuania: TV3
  • Luxembourg: RTL
  • Macedonia: MRT
  • MENA: beIN Sports
  • Montenegro: RTCG
  • Netherlands: NOS
  • New Zealand: Sky Television
  • North Korea: SBS
  • Norway: TVNorge
  • Oceania[iii]: Sky Television
  • Poland: TVP
  • Portugal: RTPRomania: TVR
  • Singapore: Mediacorp
  • Slovakia: RTVS
  • Slovenia: RTV
  • South Africa: SABC SuperSport
  • South Korea: SBS
  • Sub-Saharan Africa: Kwesé Sports
  • Sweden: Kanal 5
  • Switzerland: SRG SSR
  • Ukraine UA: PBC
  • United Kingdom: BBC/Eurosport
  • United States: NBCUniversal

Tokyo Olympics 2021: Complete Schedule

So, here’s a complete schedule of all the games that will take place in the Tokyo Olympics 2021. The games have been arranged date-wise so that it becomes easy for you to mark on the calendar the day on which your favorite sports are going to happen.

  • Olympics Opening Ceremony – July 23
  • 3×3 Basketball – July 24-28
  • Archery – July 23-31
  • Artistic Gymnastics – July 24 – August 3
  • Artistic Swimming – August 2-7
  • Athletics – July 30 – August 8
  • Badminton – July 24 – August 2
  • Baseball/Softball – July 21 – August 7
  • Basketball – July 25 – August 8
  • Beach Volleyball – July 24 – August 7
  • Boxing – July 24 – August 8
  • Canoe Slalom – July 25-30
  • Canoe Sprint – August 2-7
  • Cycling BMX Freestyle – July 31 – August 1
  • Cycling BMX Racing – July 29-30
  • Cycling Mountain Bike – July 26-27
  • Cycling Road – July 24-28
  • Cycling Track – August 2-8
  • Diving – July 25 – August 7
  • Equestrian – July 24 – August 7
  • Fencing – July 24 – August 1
  • Football – July 21 – August 7
  • Golf – July 29 – August 7
  • Handball – July 24 – August 8
  • Hockey – July 24 – August 6
  • Judo – July 24-31
  • Karate – August 5-7
  • Marathon Swimming – August 4-5
  • Modern Pentathlon – August 5-7
  • Rhythm Gymnastics – August 6-8
  • Rowing – July 23-30
  • Rugby Sevens – July 26-31
  • Sailing – July 25 – August 4
  • Shooting – July 24 – August 2
  • Skateboarding – July 25-26, August 4-5
  • Sport Climbing – August 3-6
  • Surfing – July 25 – August 1
  • Swimming – July 24 – August 1
  • Table Tennis – July 24 – August 6
  • Taekwondo – July 24-27
  • Tennis – July 24 – August 1
  • Trampoline Gymnastics – July 30-31
  • Triathlon – July 26-31
  • Volleyball – July 24 – August 8
  • Water Polo – July 24 – August 8
  • Weightlifting – July 24 – August 4
  • Wrestling – August 1-7
  • Olympics Closing Ceremony – August 8

Lastly, comment down which country you think will bring the most Gold medals this year.

Aman Kumar
Hy, I am Aman, a tech-enthusiast who loves to work around the latest technology. When I am not playing video games, I will be seen writing articles mainly on tech, entertainment, and the latest news.
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