Tokyo Summer Olympics 2021 Live TV Telecast Streaming Official Options – Update 5

Tokyo Summer Olympics 2021 Live TV Telecast Streaming Official Options – Update 1

The Summer Olympics 2021 event is about to start on the 23rd of July after a year of the COVID 19 pandemic. Yes, this time, things are looking a lot more promising as the event will be hosted in Tokyo Japan.

As per the latest norms, only the people who live in Japan will be able to watch matches being at the stadium.

Other than that, for the sports lover who lives in other countries, we have got some valuable options for you.

In such a case, you can follow the below sections and see which live streaming services for Olympic 2021 are good ones for you.

Then, you can opt for the same and watch the games of Summer Olympic 2021, the best possible way.

How to watch Summer Olympics 2021 Live Stream Online?

Uncovering some of the best ways to watch the Summer Olympics 2021 live streaming online, we have got the quality ones.

You can browse below and uncover some real good streaming options for you.

  1. NBC Universal

United States sports lovers, you can easily choose the NBC Universal platform to watch Summer Olympics 2021 Live Stream online.

It’s one of the oldest streaming companies that is offering online along with offline broadcasts to the people of America.

Of course, the plans and the pricing from NBC Universal are simple ones and you don’t have to do much in this case.

Here, you can simply look for the packages that are a good fit for you.

Additionally, the streaming quality from NBC is also top-notch. In such a scenario, you will get a far better quality of streaming from this company, every single time.

Even the device support is decent and you will not face plenty of device support issues.

With this, you can make use of a good device along with better internet and watch the Summer Olympics using NBC Universal.

  1. Sony Pictures Network

For the sports lover who lives in India, you can potentially make use of the Sony Pictures Network to watch Summer Olympics 2021 Live Stream.

Yes, Sony has been given the true license in India to broadcast the entire event live online.

Of course, with Sony, the quality of streaming you will get is bound to be above par. In such a scenario, you don’t have to do much and have a good speed net.

Also, the support for devices with Sony Pictures Network is above par too. In such a scenario, you will get much better support than most streaming service providers.

Further, even the channel package pricing from Sony Pictures Network is affordable. Almost every Indian can afford the plans of Sony Pictures Network, without any hesitation.

Therefore, you can first go ahead and opt for the company’s 1- free trial period. Once you are done with the testing, then purchase the yearly plans of Sony Pictures and watch content, the good way.

  1. FuboTV

In terms of the better streaming service providers, FuboTV is the one that’s a class apart from the rest of the streaming services.

The plans and pricing of FuboTV start at the cost of $64.99 for a month. Yes, at this pricing, you will get quality sports along with entertainment channels.

The quality with FuboTV has always been on the top-notch end. In such a scenario, you will get good streaming in every possible scenario.

Plus, the device support from FuboTV has been looked after for years. In such a case, you will get good device support from this company in every case.

Also, the company does offer massive 7-Days of the free trial period. With the free trial option, you can test the FuboTV services in and out.

Once you are done with the testing, then you can purchase the plans from FuboTV, your way.

TV Channels 100+ channels.
Plans & pricing Three Plans – Starter ($64.99/mo), Elite ($79.99/mo), Latino Quarterly ($33/mo)
Customization Channel bundles (Kids, Sports, News, Lifestyle, Hollywood, Heartland, International, Espanol, Comedy), premium channels (NBC, HBO, Showtime, Starz, Cinemax, Epix, CuriosityStream, Pantaya, UP Faith & Family, Dove Channel, Stingray Karaoke, Outside TV)
Supported devices Computer, iPhone, iPad, Android phone, Apple TV, Roku, Amazon Fire TV, Chromecast, Android TV, AirTV Player, Xiaomi, LG Smart TVs, Samsung Smart TVs, and more.
Streaming quality 4K
DVR Yes, 30 hours of Cloud DVR space at no extra charge, expandable to 500 hours via extra feature
Free trial Yes, 7 days
  1. Sling TV

Speaking about another better streaming service provider, Sling TV is the one that offers class services.

In such a scenario, you can get the packages from Sling TV at the price of $35 for a month. At this pricing, you can get the packages of your liking along with value added features.

Additionally, the streaming quality from Sling TV is above par in most cases. In this scenario, you will get top-quality streaming from Sling TV, without a doubt.

In the device support section, Sling TV delivers good device support in every case.

On top of that, you can even access the 7-Days of Sling TV Free trial options. In the free trial, you have the privilege to test and try the Sling TV services.

Once done, then you can choose among different options, choose a better one and watch Summer Olympics 2021 Live Stream, the best ever way.

TV Channels 30 to 50+ Channels depend on plan
Plans & pricing Three Plans – Sling Orange ($35/mo), Sling Blue ($35/mo), Orange + Blue Services ($50/mo)
Customization Total TV, Sports Extra, Comedy Extra, Kids Extra, News Extra, Lifestyle Extra, Hollywood Extra, Heartland Extra, 4 Extras Deal
Supported devices TV & Players: Apple TV, Roku, Amazon fireTV, Chromecast. Phones & Computers: iOS, Android, Fire Tablets, Windows 10, Chrome Browser, MAC OS. Gaming Consoles: Xbox Series X, Xbox Series S, and Xbox One consoles.
Streaming quality 4K
DVR 50 hours of free DVR storage and you can upgrade to 200 hours for $5/mo.
Free trial No, Only $10 for your first month (Latest Sling TV Deal).
  1. Youtube TV

Youtube Tv is one of the best ways to watch Summer Olympics 2021 through NBC. Youtube Tv comes with NBC. Just subscribe and choose the official channel. Let’s check out the plan and pricing below.

TV Channels 85+ top channels
Plans & pricing Single Package “YouTube TV” ($64.99/mo)
Customization Premium Add-On Networks: Acorn, ALLBLK, AMC+, Cinemax, Curiosity, EPIX, Hallmark Movies Now, HBO Max, IFC Films Unlimited, MLB.TV,NBA League Pass, Showtime, Shudder, STARZ, Sundance Now, WE tv +, YouTube TV Entertainment Plus,
YouTube TV Sports Plus.
Sports Plus Add-on: NFL RedZone, Fox Soccer Plus, MAVTV, Stadium, Fox College Sports, TVG, GOLTV
Supported devices iOS, Web Browsers, Android, Xbox, Apple TV, Android TV, Roku, LG Smart TV, Samsung Smart TV, VIZIO Smart TV, Amazon Fire TV, Google Chromecast, and PlayStation.
Streaming quality 4K
DVR Includes unlimited cloud DVR storage space.
Free trial Yes, 14 days

Summer Olympics Full TV Streaming listing

Let’s check out all TV options to watch Olympics Online below.

Territory Rights holder
 Armenia APMTV
 Asia Dentsu
 Australia Seven Network
 Austria ORF
 Argentina TyC Sports
 Barbados CBC
 Belarus Belteleradio
 Belgium ·        VRT

·        RTBF

 Bolivia Bolivisión
 Bosnia and Herzegovina BHRT
 Brazil ·        Grupo Globo

·        BandSports

 Bulgaria BNT
 Canada ·        CBC/Radio-Canada

·        Sportsnet

·        TSN

·        TLN

 Caribbean ·        International Media Content Ltd.

·        SportsMax

 Chile TVN
 China ·        CCTV

·        Migu

 Chinese Taipei ·        Chunghwa Telecom

·        EBC

·        ELTA

·        PTS

 Croatia HRT
 Colombia Caracol Televisión
 Costa Rica Repretel
 Czech Republic ČT
 Denmark DR
 Ecuador RTS
 Estonia Postimees Group
 Europe[ii] ·        Discovery, Inc.

·        Eurosport

 Finland Yle
 France ·        France Télévisions

·        Eurosport

 Georgia GPB
 Germany ·        ARD

·        ZDF

 Greece ERT
 Hungary MTVA
 Honduras VTV
 Hong Kong ·        i-Cable

·        PCCW

·        TVB

 Iceland RÚV
 Indian subcontinent Sony Pictures Networks
 Ireland RTÉ
 Italy RAI
 Japan Japan Consortium
 Kenya KTN
 Kosovo RTK
 Latin America ·        América Móvil

·        DirecTV

 Latvia LTV
 Lithuania TV3
 Luxembourg RTL
 Malaysia ·        Astro

·        RTM

·        Unifi TV

 Mexico ·        Televisa

·        TV Azteca

·        Imagen Televisión

 MENA beIN Sports
 Moldova TVR
 Montenegro RTCG
 Netherlands NOS
 New Zealand ·        Sky

·        TVNZ

  Korea SBS
 North Macedonia MRT
 Norway TVNorge
 Oceania[iii] Sky
 Paraguay SNT
 Peru Grupo ATV
 Philippines Cignal TV
 Poland TVP
 Portugal RTP
 Romania TVR
 Singapore Mediacorp
 Slovakia RTVS
 Slovenia RTV
 Spain RTVE
 South Africa ·        SABC

·        SuperSport

 South Korea ·        Coupang

·        KBS

·        MBC

·        SBS

 Sub-Saharan Africa ·        Infront Sports & Media

·        SuperSport

 Sweden Kanal 5
  Switzerland SRG SSR
 Thailand ·        AIS

·        GMM25

·        Plan B

·        JKN18

·        PPTV

·        TV Pool

·        True4U

 Turkey TRT
 Ukraine Suspilne
 United Kingdom ·        BBC

·        Eurosport

 United States NBCUniversal

2021 Olympics Schedule

Let’s check out Day 1 of Summer Olympics 2021

Day one – Friday, July 23

NBCSN 1:15a 2:00a MEN’S SOCCER
NBCSN 2:00a 4:00a MEN’S SOCCER
NBCSN 4:00a 6:00a MEN’S SOCCER
Japan-South Africa
NBCSN 6:00a 8:00a MEN’S SOCCER
NBC 6:55a 11:00a Opening Ceremony LIVE
NBCSN 8:00a 1:30p SOFTBALL
United States-Italy
United States-Canada
Qualifying heats
NBC 1:00p 4:00p Olympic preview show TAPE
United States-Sweden
NBC 7:30p Mid Opening Ceremony TAPE
USA 7:30p 2:00a ROWING
Qualifying heats and repechages
Men’s road race
Olympic Channel 10:00p 2:00a TENNIS
First round (men and women’s singles, men’s and women’s doubles)

Let’s check out important dates for Summer Olympics 2021 below.

Sport Discipline Dates
Aquatics Swimming July 24 (Saturday) – August 1 (Sunday)
Diving July 25 (Sunday) – July 28 (Wednesday), July 30 (Friday) – August 7 (Saturday)
Artistic Swimming August 2 (Monday) – August 4 (Wednesday), August 6 (Friday) – August 7 (Saturday)
Water Polo July 24 (Saturday) – August 8 (Sunday)
Marathon Swimming August 4 (Wednesday) – August 5 (Thursday)
Archery July 23 (Friday) – Julyt 31 (Saturday)
Athletics Track & Field / Marathon July 30 (Friday) – August 8 (Sunday)
Race Walk July 30 (Friday), August 6 (Friday) – August 7 (Saturday)
Badminton July 24 (Saturday) – August 2 (Monday)
Baseball/Softball Baseball July 28 (Wednesday) – August 5 (Thursday), August 7 (Saturday)
Softball July 21 (Wednesday) – July 22 (Tuesday), July 24 (Saturday) – July 27 (Tuesday)
Basketball 3×3 Basketball July 24 (Saturday) – July 28 (Wednesday)
Basketball July 25 (Sunday) – August 8 (Sunday)
Boxing * July 24 (Saturday) – August 1 (Sunday), August 3 (Tuesday) – August 8 (Sunday)
Canoe Slalom July 25 (Sunday) – July 30 (Friday)
Sprint August 2 (Monday) – August 7 (Saturday)
Cycling BMX Freestyle July 31 (Saturday) – August 1 (Sunday)
BMX Racing July 29 (Thursday) – July 30 (Friday)
Mountain Bike July 26 (Monday) – July 29 (Tuesday)
Road July 26 (Saturday) – July 25 (Sunday), July 28 (Wednesday)
Track August 2 (Monday) – August 8 (Sunday)
Equestrian Dressage July 24 (Saturday) – July 25 (Sunday), July 27 (Tuesday) – July 28 (Wednesday)
Eventing July 30 (Friday) – August 2 (Monday)
Jumping August 3 (Tuesday) August 6 (Wednesday), August 7 (Friday) – August 7 (Saturday)
Fencing July 24 (Saturday) – August 1 (Sunday)
Football July 21 (Wednesday) – July 22 (Thursday), July 24 (Saturday) – July 25 (Sunday), July 27 (Tuesday) – July 28 (Wednesday), July 30 (Friday) – July 31 (Saturday), August 2 (Monday) – August 3 (Tuesday), August 5 (Thursday) – August 7 (Saturday)
Golf July 29 (Thursday) – August 1 (Sunday), August 4 (Wednesday) – August 7 (Saturday)
Gymnastics Artistic July 24 (Saturday) – July 29 (Thursday), August 1 (Sunday) – August 3 (Tuesday)
Rhythmic August 6 (Friday) – August 8 (Sunday)
Trampoline July 30 (Friday) – July 31 (Saturday)
Handball July 24 (Saturday) – August 8 (Sunday)
Hockey July 24 (Saturday) – August 6 (Friday)
Judo July 24 (Saturday) – July 31 (Saturday)
Karate Kata, Kumite August 5 (Thursday)- August 7 (Saturday)
Modern Pentathlon August 5 (Thursday) – August 7 (Saturday)
Rowing July 23 (Friday) – July 30 (Friday)
Rugby July 26 (Monday) – July 31 (Saturday)
Sailing July 25 (Sunday) – August 4 (Wednesday)
Shooting Rifle and Pistol July 24 (Saturday) – July 25 (Sunday), July 27 (Tuesday), July 29 (Thursday) – August 2 (Monday)
Shotgun July 25 (Sunday) – July 26 (Monday), July 28 (Wednesday) – July 29 (Thursday), July 31 (Saturday)
Skateboarding Park August 4 (Wednesday) – August 5 (Thursday)
Street July 25 (Sunday) – July 26 (Monday)
Sport Climbing August 3 (Tuesday) – August 6 (Friday)
Surfing ** July 25 (Sunday) – August 1 (Sunday)
Table Tennis July 24 (Saturday) – July 30 (Friday), August 1 (Sunday) – August 6 (Friday)
Taekwondo July 24 (Saturday) – July 27 (Tuesday)
Tennis July 24 (Saturday) – August 1 (Sunday)
Triathlon July 26 (Monday) – July 27 (Tuesday), July 31 (Saturday)
Volleyball Beach Volleyball July 24 (Saturday) – August 7 (Saturday)
Volleyball July 24 (Saturday) – August 8 (Sunday)

OLYMPICS Opening Ceremony:

The Summer Olympics opening ceremony will take place on Friday, July 23 at 7 a.m. ET/4 a.m. PT. If you’re not an early bird, the ceremony will be re-broadcast at 7:30 p.m. ET/4:30 p.m. PT on NBC.


  • Artistic Director: Danny Boyle
  • Producer: Tracey Seaward
  • Designers: Suttirat Anne Larlarb and Mark Tildesley
  • Writer: Frank Cottrell-Boyce
  • Music Director: Rick Smith (Underworld)
  • Associate Director: Paulette Randall
  • Movement Director: Toby Sedgwick
  • Head of Mass Movement Choreography: Steve Boyd
  • Choreographers: Temujin Gill, Kenrick “H2O” Sandy and Akram Khan
  • Video Editor: Sascha Dhillon
  • Visual Effects Supervisor: Adam Gascoyne
  • Executive Producer, production design: Mark Fisher
  • Executive Producer, creative: Stephen Daldry
  • Lighting Designer: Patrick Woodroffe
  • Associate Lighting Designer: Adam Bassett
  • Lead Lighting Programmer: Tim Routledge
  • Soundscape Designer: Gareth Fry
  • Technical Director: Piers Shepperd
  • Technical Manager (technical design and staging): Jeremy Lloyd
  • Technical Manager (aerial): James Lee
  • Technical Manager (lighting, audio-visual, power): Nick Jones
  • Technical Manager (services and special projects): Scott Buchanan
  • Senior Production Manager (audio and communications): Chris Ekers
  • Executive Producer, broadcast: Hamish Hamilton
  • Executive Producer, production: Catherine Ugwu
  • Press & Publicity: Christopher Mitchell
  • Bike Choreographer: Bob Haro
  • Bike Project Manager: Paul Hughes
  • Announcers: Marc Edwards and Layla Anna-Lee
  • Ceremonies Sound Designer: Bobby Aitken
  • Ceremonies RF spectrum and management: Steve Caldwell
  • Ceremonies Monitor Engineer: Steve Watson
  • Ceremonies Front of House Engineer: Richard Sharratt
  • Production Manager Radio Mics and IEMs: Alison Dale
  • Artist Security Director: Richard Barry
  • Production Stage Manager: Sam Hunter
  • Show Caller: Julia Whittle

Venues for Tokyo Olympics 2021

  • Tokyo’s National Stadium: Football and Athletics
  • Tokyo Metropolitan Gymnasium
  • Yoyogi National Stadium
  • Nippon Budokan
  • Tokyo International Forum
  • Kokugikan Arena
  • Equestrian Park
  • Musashina Forest Sport Plaza
  • Tokyo Stadium
  • Musashinonomori Park
  • Ariake Arena
  • Ariake Gymnastics Centre
  • Ariake Urban Sports Park
  • Ariake Tennis Park
  • Odaiba Marine Park
  • Shiokaze Park
  • Aomi Urban Sports Park
  • Oi Hockey Stadium
  • Sea Forest Cross Country Course
  • Sea Forest Waterway
  • Kasai Canoe Slalom Centre
  • Yumenoshima Park Archery Field
  • Tokyo Aquatics Centre
  • Tatsumi Water Polo Centre
  • Sapporo Odori Park
  • Makuhari Messe Hall
  • Tsurigasaki Surfing Beach
  • Saitama Super Arena
  • Asaka Shooting Range
  • Kasumigaseki Country Club
  • Enoshima Yatch Harbour
  • Izu Velodrome
  • Izu MTB Course
  • Fuji International Speedway
  • Fukushima Azuma Baseball Stadium
  • Yokohama Baseball Stadium
  • Sapporo Dome
  • Miyagi Stadium
  • Ibaraki Kashima Stadium
  • Saitama Stadium
  • International Stadium Yokohama

Olympics 2021 Live Stream Schedule

The olympic gymnastics Schedule is here.

  • Friday, July 23 9 p.m. EDT: Twelve men’s teams compete for a spot in the final; gymnasts also compete for spots in the all-around and apparatus finals.
  • Saturday, July 24, 8:30 p.m. EDT: Twelve women’s teams compete for a spot in the final; gymnasts also compete for spots in the all-around and apparatus finals.
  • Monday, July 26, 6 a.m. EDT: The top eight teams compete in the men’s gymnastics team final at Ariake Gymnastics Center.
  • Tuesday, July 27, 6:45 a.m. EDT: The top eight teams compete in the women’s gymnastics team final at Ariake Gymnastics Center.
  • Wednesday, July 28, 6:15 a.m. EDT: The top 24 gymnasts compete in the men’s individual all-around final at Ariake Gymnastics Center.
  • Thursday, July 29, 6:50 a.m. EDT: The top 24 gymnasts compete in the women’s individual all-around final at Ariake Gymnastics Center.
  • Sunday, August 1, 4 a.m. EDT: The women compete on vault and uneven bars while the men compete on floor exercise and pommel horse.
  • Monday, August 2, 4 a.m. EDT: The women compete on floor exercise, while men compete on rings and vault.
  • Tuesday, August 3, 4 a.m. EDT: The women compete on balance beam, while the men compete on parallel bars and high bar.

Events and Venues for Summer Olympics 2021

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Let’s check out all venues and where the events happening in Japan?

Venue Events
Olympic Stadium Opening/Closing Ceremonies, Track & Field, Soccer
Tokyo Metropolitan Gymnasium Table Tennis
Yoyogi National Stadium Handball
Nippon Budokan Judo, Karate
Tokyo International Forum Weightlifting
Kokugikan Arena Boxing
Equestrian Park Equestrian
Musashino Forest Sport Plaza Badminton, Pentathlon
Tokyo Stadium Soccer, Pentathlon, Rugby
Ariake Arena Indoor Volleyball
Ariake Gymnastics Centre Gymnastics
Ariake Urban Sports Park Cycling, BMX Racing/Freestyle, Skateboarding
Ariake Tennis Park Tennis
Odaiba Marine Park Marathon Swimming, Triathlon
Shiokaze Park Beach Volleyball
Aomi Urban Sports Park 3-on-3 Basketball, Sport Climbing
Oi Hockey Stadium Field Hockey
Sea Forest Cross-Country Course Equestrian — Eventing, Cross Country
Sea Forest Waterway Canoe Sprint, Rowing
Kasai Canoe Slalom Centre Canoe Slalom
Yumenoshima Park Archery Field Archery
Tokyo Aquatics Centre Swimming, Artistic Swimming, Diving
Tatsumi Water Polo Centre Water Polo
Asaka Shooting Range Shooting
Musashinonomori Park Cycling Road
Sapporo Odori Park Marathon, Race Walking
Makuhari Messe Hall Fencing, Taekwondo, Wrestling
Tsurigasaki Surfing Beach Surfing
Saitama Super Arena Basketball
Kasumigaseki Country Club Golf
Enoshima Yacht Harbour Sailing
Izu Velodrome and MTB Course Cyling Track, Mountain Bike
Fuji International Speedway Cycling Road
Fukushima Azuma Baseball Stadium Baseball, Softball
Yokohama Baseball Stadium Baseball, Softball
Sapporo Dome Soccer
Miyagi Stadium Soccer
Ibaraki Kashima Stadium Soccer
Saitama Stadium Soccer
International Stadium Yokohama Soccer


The best ways to watch the entire summer event online are given above. In such a scenario, you have got the option to choose the way that you find most suitable.

For instance, if you want feature pack streaming, then you can go for the Sling TV or even FuboTV services.

With them, you will get feature pack streaming from the service provider in every case. Also, if you are inclined towards the official broadcasters, the above section brings those ones for you as well.

Therefore, you can take your time and browse different streaming options. Once you have done that, then you will have a clearer idea to choose a better option and watch Summer Olympics 2021 Live Stream, the best possible way. 

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