Indian Premier League is kicking off on 26th March, In Maharashtra. All the 10 teams are ready for the big battle. Players have already started their training with their respective teams. And fans are also excited to support their favorite teams. Although fans won't be able to watch the match at the stadiums because only 25% of the crowd capacity is allowed in the stadium. Check IPL 2022 TV Rights for the UK.
Not only Indian fans but fans all over the world are excited to watch out for the IPL. IPL is one of the most popular sports leagues in the world. Its popularity is not limited to Asia only but it is also popular in the whole world. The United Kingdom (UK) with a population of around 7 crores also has a big fanbase for IPL. But still many of them don't the exact way to watch the IPL. So, here are the details for the people of the UK, how they can watch IPL 2022.
How to watch IPL 2022 in United Kingdom (UK) ?
Sky Sports have the right to telecast the world's biggest Sports League (IPL) in the UK. People in the United Kingdom can watch all the IPL 2022 matches Live on Sky Sports Cricket and Sky Sports Main Event. The Sky Sports Network buy the telecast rights for UK and Ireland for three years.
How to watch IPL 2022 on online platforms in UK?
People of the UK now can watch IPL on Disney + Hotstar, as Star India announced that Disney + Hotstar is available in the UK. So, fans now can stream IPl on the digital platform (Disney+Hotstar).
Time when you can watch IPL in UK
IPL matches start at 3:00 pm according to UK time (7:30 IST). IPL also has double Headers every Sunday. On Sunday first match starts at 11:00 Am in the UK (3:00 IST). The matches will be over in 180 minutes, each inning will finish in 90 minutes. If the bowling team takes more than 90 minutes to blow all 20 overs then a penalty will be fine against the captain.
IPL Broadcaster in other countries
|USA and Canada||Willow TV|
|new zealand||sky sports|
|UK and Ireland||Sky Sports of Cricket|
|South Africa and Sub-Sharan Africa||super sports|
|Southeast Asia||Fox Network Group|
|Singapore, Malaysia, and Hong Kong||StarHubTV+|