Olympics 2021 Live Telecast via VPN

The 2020 Tokyo Olympic games have been rescheduled for 2021. Now the Olympics 2020 will be held on 23rd July to 8th August, 2021. Watch the biggest sports events Olympics 2021 live streaming via VPN everywhere in the world.

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Now this time Olympics will be held in 2021 its called Olympics 2020, announced by IOC. Check out the some answers about Olympics 2020.

2021 Olympics dates: When are the Tokyo Olympics?

The 2020 Summer Olympics was scheduled to be held between July 23 and August 8, 2021.

Which sports will be in the Tokyo Olympics?

The Tokyo Olympics will feature 33 different sports. The sports at this year’s Olympics are:

  • Aquatics (swimming, diving, synchronized swimming, and water polo)
  • Archery
  • Badminton
  • Baseball and softball (will be held at the main venue of the Yokohama Stadium)
  • Basketball
  • Boxing
  • Canoe/kayak
  • Cycling (including track, road, mountain bike, and BMX. Track cycling and mountain bike events will take place 120 kilometers away from Tokyo in Izu)
  • Equestrian
  • Fencing
  • Football (soccer)
  • Golf
  • Gymnastics (artistic, rhythmic, and trampolining)
  • Handball
  • Hockey
  • Judo
  • Karate (six kumite and two kata categories. To be held at the Nippon Budokan in central Tokyo)
  • Modern pentathlon
  • Rowing
  • Rugby sevens
  • Sailing
  • Shooting
  • Skateboarding (men and women’s street and park skateboarding events)
  • Sport climbing (bouldering and lead and speed combined climbing)
  • Surfing (men’s and women’s shortboard surfing, to be held about one hour from Tokyo at Shida Shita Point)
  • Table tennis
  • Taekwondo
  • Tennis
  • Track and field
  • Triathlon
  • Volleyball (indoor and beach volleyball)
  • Weightlifting
  • Wrestling (Greco-Roman and freestyle)

Summer Olympics 2021 Venues, Dates & Schedule

Here are the venues slated for the Tokyo Olympics this year. All dates and times are in Eastern Time (U.S.).

Heritage Zone

The Heritage Zone is in Tokyo’s central business district.

Date      Event    Venue

  • Jul 24     Opening ceremony         New National Stadium
  • Jul 24–Aug 8       Handball              Yoyogi National Gymnasium
  • Jul 24–Aug 1 and Aug 1–9             Boxing  Ryōgoku Kokugikan
  • Jul 24–31 and Aug 2–6    Table tennis       Tokyo Metropolitan Gymnasium
  • Jul 24–Jul 31       Judo      Nippon Budokan
  • Jul 24–28 and Jul 31–Aug 4           Weightlifting      Tokyo International Forum
  • Jul 30–Aug 8       Athletics (track and field)             New National Stadium
  • Aug 5–8                Karate   Nippon Budokan
  • Aug 6     Football (women’s final)               New National Stadium

Aug 9     Closing ceremony            New National Stadium

Tokyo Bay Zone

Facilities in the Tokyo Bay Zone are all close to Tokyo Bay, for example on Ariake, Odaiba, and other nearby islands.

Date      Event    Venue

  • Jul 23–30              Rowing Central Breakwater and Sea Forest Waterway
  • Jul 23–Jul 31       Archery                Yumenoshima Park
  • Jul 24–Aug 8       Volleyball            Ariake Arena
  • Jul 24-29               3×3 basketball   Aomi Urban Sports Venue
  • Jul 24–30 and Aug 2–4    Gymnastics (artistic)       Ariake Gymnastics Centre
  • Jul 24–Aug 7       Beach volleyball                Shiokaze Park
  • Jul 30–Aug 3       Equestrian (eventing)    Central Breakwater and Sea Forest Waterway
  • Jul 24–Aug 1       Tennis   Ariake Coliseum
  • Jul 25–Aug 1       Aquatics (swimming)      Tokyo Aquatics Centre
  • Jul 25–Aug 8       Water polo         Tokyo Tatsumi International Swimming Center
  • Jul 24–Aug 6       Field hockey       Oi Hockey Stadium
  • Jul 25–31              Canoeing (slalom)            Kasai Rinkai Park
  • Jul 25–26 and Aug 4–5    Skateboarding   Olympic BMX Course
  • Jul 26–29 and Jul 31–Aug 7           Aquatics (diving)              Tokyo Aquatics Centre
  • Jul 26–27 and Jul 31         Triathlon              Odaiba Marine Park
  • Jul 29–Aug 1       BMX cycling        Olympic BMX Course
  • Jul 30–31              Gymnastics (trampolining)           Ariake Gymnastics Centre
  • Aug 3–5 and Aug 7–8      Aquatics (synchronized swimming)          Tokyo Aquatics Centre
  • Aug 2–7                Canoeing (sprint)             Central Breakwater and Sea Forest Waterway
  • Aug 4–7                Sport climbing   Aomi Urban Sports Venue
  • Aug 4 (women’s) and Aug 5 (men’s)       Aquatics (marathon swimming) Odaiba Marine Park
  • Aug 6-8 Gymnastics (rhythmic)  Ariake Gymnastics Centre

Outlying venues

In addition to the Heritage Zone and Tokyo Bay Zone, Olympic events will be held at various outlying venues.

Date      Event    Venue

  • Jul 21–22              Softball (opening matches)         Fukushima Azuma Baseball Stadium
  • Jul 22–23              Football (opening round matches)           Tokyo Stadium
  • Jul 24–27              Taekwondo        Makuhari Messe
  • Jul 24–Aug 2       Shooting              Camp Asaka
  • Jul 24–Aug 1       Fencing                Makuhari Messe
  • Jul 24-Aug 2        Badminton          Musashino Forest Sports Plaza
  • Jul 25–Aug 8       Basketball           Saitama Super Arena
  • Jul 26–31              Rugby sevens    Tokyo Stadium
  • Jul 25–Aug 5       Sailing   Enoshima
  • Jul 27–28              Cycling (mountain biking)             Izu Mountain Bike Course
  • Jul 24–27              Softball Yokohama Stadium
  • Jul 25–26 and Jul 28–29  Equestrian (dressage)    Baji Koen Park
  • Aug 4–5 and Aug 7–8      Equestrian (jumping)     Baji Koen Park
  • Jul 24–25 and Jul 28         Cycling (road – finish road races, time trial)          Fuji International Speedway
  • Jul 28–Aug 6       Baseball               Fukushima Azuma Baseball Stadium
  • Jul 29–Aug 1 and Aug 4–7             Golf       Kasumigaseki Country Club
  • Aug 1–8                Wrestling             Makuhari Messe
  • Aug 3–8                Track cycling       Izu Velodrome
  • Aug 5     Modern pentathlon (fencing)    Musashino Forest Sports Plaza
  • Aug 6     Athletics (race walking) Odori Park, Sapporo
  • Aug 7–8                Modern pentathlon (excluding fencing)                Tokyo Stadium
  • Aug 7     Baseball (finals)                Yokohama Stadium
  • Aug 7–8                Athletics (marathon)      Odori Park, Sapporo

Football venues

Date      Event    Venue

  • Jul 22     Women’s opening round             Tokyo Stadium
  • Jul 23     Men’s opening round    Tokyo Stadium
  • Jul 25 and 28       Women’s preliminaries International Stadium Yokohama[1], Miyagi Stadium[2], Kashima Soccer Stadium[3], and Sapporo Dome[4]
  • Jul 26 and 29       Men’s preliminaries        International Stadium Yokohama[1], Miyagi Stadium[2], Kashima Soccer Stadium[3], and Sapporo Dome[4]
  • Jul 31     Women’s quarter-final  Miyagi Stadium[1], Kashima Soccer Stadium[2], and International Stadium Yokohama[3]
  • Aug 1     Men’s quarter-final        Miyagi Stadium[1], Kashima Soccer Stadium[2], and International Stadium Yokohama[3]
  • Aug 3     Women’s semi-final       International Stadium Yokohama[1] and Kashima Soccer Stadium[2]
  • Aug 4     Men’s semi-final              Saitama Stadium[1] and Kashima Soccer Stadium[2]
  • Aug 6     Women’s 3rd place playoff          Kashima Soccer Stadium
  • Aug 7     Men’s 3rd place playoff                Saitama Stadium
  • Aug 6     Women’s final   New National Stadium
  • Aug 8     Men’s final         International Stadium Yokohama

Which countries are competing in the 2021 Summer Olympics?

The following countries will participate in the 2021 Summer Olympics (this list is current as of February 2, 2021):

  • Albania, Algeria, American Samoa, Andorra, Angola, Antigua and Barbuda, Argentina, Armenia, Australia, Austria, Azerbaijan,
  • Bahamas, Bahrain, Bangladesh, Barbados, Belarus, Belgium, Benin, Bermuda, Bhutan, Bosnia and Herzegovina, Botswana, Brazil, British Virgin Islands, Bulgaria, Burkina Faso, Burundi,
  • Canada, Cayman Islands, Chad, Chile, China, Chinese Taipei, Colombia, Cook Islands, Costa Rica, Croatia, Cuba, Cyprus, Czech Republic,
  • Denmark, Djibouti, Dominican Republic,
  • Ecuador, Egypt, El Salvador, Eritrea, Estonia, Ethiopia,
  • Fiji, Finland, France,
  • The Gambia, Georgia, Germany, Ghana, Great Britain, Greece, Grenada, Guatemala, Guyana,
  • Hong Kong, Hungary,
  • Iceland, India, Indonesia, Iran, Ireland, Israel, Italy, Ivory Coast,
  • Jamaica, Japan (host), Jordan,
  • Kazakhstan, Kenya, Kuwait, Kyrgyzstan,
  • Latvia, Lebanon, Lesotho, Liberia, Libya, Liechtenstein, Lithuania, Luxembourg,
  • Malaysia, Mexico, Moldova, Mongolia, Morocco, Mozambique,
  • Namibia, Netherlands, New Zealand, Niger, Nigeria, North Korea, North Macedonia, Norway,
  • Pakistan, Panama, Paraguay, Peru, Philippines, Poland, Portugal, Puerto Rico,
  • Qatar,
  • Romania, Rwanda,
  • Samoa, San Marino, São Tomé and Príncipe, Saudia Arabia, Serbia, Seychelles, Singapore, Slovakia, Slovenia, South Africa, South Korea, Spain, Sri Lanka, Sweden, Switzerland, Syria,
  • Tanzania, Thailand, Togo, Trinidad and Tobago, Tunisia, Turkey,
  • Uganda, Ukraine, United States, Uruguay, Uzbekistan,
  • Venezuela, Vietnam,
  • Zambia, and Zimbabwe

When is the Olympics 2021 opening ceremony?

The Summer Olympic Games officially begin on July 23, 2021. The Watch Live Olympic opening ceremony, which will take place at the New National Stadium in Tokyo, is expected to be a huge event, so remember to check start times with your broadcaster(s) of choice and tune in.

Where will the 2024 Summer Olympics be held?

The 2024 Summer Olympics will be held in Paris, followed by the 2028 Summer Olympics in Los Angeles.

Watch the Olympics 2021 live Streaming on the BBC (UK)

Price: Free

The BBC holds broadcasting rights for the 2021 Summer Olympics in the UK. Be sure to check the BBC’s official schedule to learn when to watch your favorite events.

  • To watch the Olympics on the BBC:
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Tokyo Olympics 2021 Live Streaming on the CBC (Canada)

Price: Free

The CBC is one of the official broadcasters in Canada for the Summer Olympics. Be sure to check with the CBC’s schedule to know when to tune in. Signing up is painless.

To watch the Olympics on the CBC:

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  • Connect to a server location in Canada.
  • Go to CBC Gem and sign up. (You may need to enter a valid Canadian postal code, e.g., R3T 4A7, V1M 1Y8.)
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  • Watching on mobile? Fire up the CBC Gem app on your Android or iOS device.

Live stream the Olympics on 7plus (Australia)

Price: Free

Channels: The Olympic Channel

The Australian streaming service 7plus recently added the Olympic Channel to its channel lineup. On 7plus, you can catch various sports during the Summer Olympics. And it’s completely free.

To watch the Olympics on 7plus:

Watch summer Olympics streams on TVNZ (NZ)

Price: Free

Channels: TVNZ 1

TVNZ will be airing the 2021 Summer Olympics in New Zealand, providing 12 hours of free-to-air coverage each afternoon and evening during the event. For the start time of the broadcasts, check the TVNZ TV Guide.

To watch the Olympics on TVNZ:

Watch Olympic streams on Sportsnet (Canada)

Price: 10 CAD and up

Sportsnet in Canada also holds broadcasting rights for the Tokyo Olympics. Sportsnet offers two subscription plans: SN Now (20 CAD/month) and SN Now+ (7-Day Pass for 10 CAD, monthly subscription for 28 CAD/month, or Annual Pass for 20.83 CAD/month).

To watch the Olympics on Sportsnet:

Stream the Tokyo Games live on TSN (Canada)

Price: 5 CAD/day or 20 CAD/month

TSN also has broadcasting rights for the Tokyo Olympics. You’ll also get a full range of TSN sports channels for streaming your favorite sports online.

To watch the Olympics on TSN:

Watch Olympics live online on Eurosport (UK)

Price: 5 GBP/month or 25 GBP/year

Eurosport is the other official broadcaster of the Summer Olympics in the UK.

To watch the Olympics on Eurosport:

Get live Olympic streams on Sling TV Blue (U.S.)

Price: 20 USD/month and up

Channels: CNBC, Golf Channel, MSNBC, NBC, NBCSN, Olympic Channel, USA Network

Sling TV offers all channels for watching the Summer Olympics in the U.S. If you want to watch CNBC, use the “News Extra” add-on for 5 USD/month. If you prefer to watch on the Golf Channel and the Olympic Channel, get the “Sports Extra” add-on for 10 USD/month. A seven-day free trial is available for Sling TV.

To watch the Olympics on Sling TV:

Schedules for Olympic event telecasts on Sling TV vary:

  • NBC: Primarily evenings, and weekend afternoons
  • CNBC: After the stock market closes
  • MSNBC: Early mornings
  • USA Network: Overnight
  • NBCSN: Various hours

Stream the 2021 Tokyo Games live on Hulu (U.S.)

Price: 55 USD/month

Channels: CNBC, Golf Channel, MSNBC, NBC, NBCSN, Olympic Channel, USA Network

Hulu also offers all channels that hold broadcasting rights for the Tokyo Olympics in the U.S. A seven-day free trial is available.

To watch the Olympics on Hulu:

Schedules for Olympic event telecasts on Hulu vary:

  • NBC: Primarily evenings, and weekend afternoons
  • CNBC: After the stock market closes
  • MSNBC: Early mornings
  • USA Network: Overnight
  • NBCSN: Various hours

Watch the Olympics live on AT&T TV Now (U.S.)

Price: 65 USD/month (get the “Max” package for 80 USD/month to watch the Golf Channel and the Olympic Channel)

Channels: CNBC, Golf Channel, MSNBC, NBC, NBCSN, Olympic Channel, USA Network

AT&T TV Now (formerly DirecTV) also offers every channel that broadcasts the Summer Olympics in the U.S. A seven-day free trial is available.

To watch the Olympics on AT&T TV Now:

Schedules for Olympic event telecasts on AT&T TV vary:

  • NBC: Primarily evenings, and weekend afternoons
  • CNBC: After the stock market closes
  • MSNBC: Early mornings
  • USA Network: Overnight
  • NBCSN: Various hours

Stream the Tokyo Olympics live on fuboTV (U.S.)

Price: 55 USD/month

Channels: CNBC, Golf Channel, MSNBC, NBC, NBCSN, Olympic Channel, USA Network

Internet television provider fuboTV offers every channel that broadcasts the Tokyo Olympics in the U.S., as well as U.S. channels that offer the Olympics with Spanish commentary. A seven-day free trial is available.

To watch the Olympics on fuboTV:

  • Get ExpressVPN.
  • Connect to a server location in the U.S.
  • Head to fuboTV and sign up (55 USD/month). You may need to enter a valid U.S. postal code (e.g., 10001, 48104).
  • Enjoy the stream.
  • Watching on mobile? Fire up the fuboTV app on your Android or iOS device.

Schedules for Olympic event telecasts on fuboTV vary:

  • NBC: Primarily evenings, and weekend afternoons
  • CNBC: After the stock market closes
  • MSNBC: Early mornings
  • USA Network: Overnight
  • NBCSN: Various hours

Watch the Olympics on NBC (U.S. TV subscription needed)

Price: Pay-TV subscription

Channels: NBC

In the U.S., NBC is the official broadcaster for the 2021 games. If you already have a cable subscription (or a subscription to a cord-cutting service like fuboTV or Sling TV), you can use those credentials to watch NBC’s programming live online for free.

To enjoy the NBC’s Olympic steams from anywhere:

  • Get ExpressVPN.
  • Connect to a server location in the U.S.
  • Visit the NBC Olympics website and sign in with your TV subscription details.
  • Enjoy the Olympics.

Stream the Olympics with the NBC Sports app (U.S. TV subscription needed)

Price: Pay-TV subscription

Prefer watching on mobile, tablet, Roku, Chromecast, or another console? Use the NBC Sports app to catch the action from anywhere.

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  • Sit back and enjoy.

Listen to Olympic coverage on Radio-Canada and SiriusXM Canada

Radio-Canada and SiriusXM Canada will provide an audio broadcast of the Tokyo Olympics this year.

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  • Connect to a server location in Canada.
  • Visit Radio-Canada or SiriusXM Canada.
  • Enjoy the live radio coverage.

Listening on mobile? Fire up the Radio Canada app (on Android and iOS) or the SiriusXM Canada app (on Android or iOS).

Watch Summer Olympic highlights on YouTube

Check out the latest highlights and exclusive documentaries about this year’s event on the official Olympic YouTube channel.

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  • Go to the Olympic YouTube channel.
  • Enjoy.

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