Where can I watch IPL on TV? Indian Premier League 2021 streaming details

What channel is the IPL on? How do I watch online? What times do the matches start? All you need to know about how you can settle in for a month of IPL action...


Where can I watch the Indian Premier League in the UK?

Sky Sports have the rights in the United Kingdom to the world’s biggest franchise T20 competition.

You can aso stream the tournament using the Disney+ Hotstar digital platform, though the matches are only available for VIP or Premium subscribers

The first game will take place on April 9, with Mumbai Indians facing Royal Challengers Bangalore.

The final will be played on May 30.

Where can I watch the IPL in India?

Star Sports have the television rights in India.

Where can I watch the competition elsewhere in the world?

Streaming service YuppTV have acquired digital streaming rights in a host of markets, including Australia, continental Europe, Malaysia, Southeast Asia with the exception of Singapore, Sri Lanka, Nepal, Bhutan, the Maldives, Central Asia, and Central and South America.

In the USA, the games will be broadcast on Willow TV and the Willow TV website. Fox Sports have the broadcasting rights in Australia, while Supersport will televise the games in South Africa. In the Caribbean, Flow TV have the rights.


The following broadcasters owning the rights for their respective regions:

Bangladesh: Channel 9

Afghanistan: Lemar TV

Malaysia: Measat


Hong Kong: Now TV

Singapore: SingTel

New Zealand: Sky Sport

Papua New Guinea: EMTV

Who is in the squads?

Full list here

What is the fixture list?

Click here

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