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FEI World Equestrian Games 2022 Live Stream Free All Sports Online Full HD Tv Channel In  Without Cable.  Taking place from August 6-14,  FEI TV coverage. Coverage will be better than ever with augmented reality (AR) graphics used for the first time in an FEI equestrian sports broadcast!

 

FEI World Equestrian Games 2022 Live

FEI World Equestrian Games 2022 Live

 

Live action and highlights will also be broadcast and streamed by providers covering more than 100 countries across five continents. So, everyone can switch on to Herning 2022 and see our #ChampionsAsOne from wherever they are in the world!

 

To help plan your schedule, here’s when events across the four different disciplines are taking place. Click on the links for the full timetable (in CEST):

Dressage: Aug 6, 7, 8, 10
Vaulting: Aug 6, 7, 8, 10
Para Dressage: Aug 10, 11, 12, 13, 14
Jumping: Aug 10, 11, 12, 14

Advanced AR technology merging course and time data will provide detailed information on elements such as the height of obstacles and their clearance success rate. A cable-suspended camera system, which will enable television cameras to move both vertically and horizontally across the arena, is to provide viewers with a more dynamic view of the competition action.

FEI Coverage
All the action will be live on FEI TV, and it’s up to you whether you view via the app or web service. Click these links for the Jumping, Dressage, Para Dressage and Vaulting schedules.

Highlights, including winning rounds, will also be shown on the FEI’s YouTube channel.

Other Providers
Live coverage and highlights will also be available via other broadcasters and services in many regions across the world.

Live coverage
Australia – 7plus
Bulgaria – BNT
Belgium – RTBf
Brazil – COB (Brazilian Olympic Committee) (streaming)
China – MIGU digital platform (streaming)
Denmark – DR
Egypt – ONTIME Sports TV
Finland – Yle
Georgia – Silknet
Germany– ARD/ZDF
Italy – Rai
Netherlands – NOS
Norway – NRK
Poland – TVP
Sweden – SVT
Switzerland – SSR
UK – BBC
MENA – Dubai TV
Iran – Iraq – Israel – Jordan – Kuwait – Lebanon – Oman – Palestinian Territory – Qatar – Saudi Arabia – Syria – United Arab Emirates – Yemen

MENA – Abu Dhabi Media
Algeria – Bahrain – Chad – Djibouti – Egypt – Iran – Iraq – Israel – Jordan – Kuwait – Lebanon – Libya – Mauritania – Morocco – Oman – Palestinian Territory – Qatar – Saudi Arabia – Somalia – Sudan – Syria – Tunisia – United Arab Emirates – Yemen

Europe/Asia – Eurosport
Pan-Europe: Albania – Algeria – Andorra – Armenia – Austria – Azerbaijan – Belarus – Belgium – Bosnia-Herzegovina – Bulgaria – Croatia – Czech Republic – Cyprus – Denmark – Egypt Estonia – Finland – France – Georgia – Germany – Greece – Hungary – Iceland – Ireland – Israel – Italy – Jordan – Kosovo – Kazakhstan – Kyrgyzstan – Latvia – Lebanon – Libya – Liechtenstein – Lithuania – Luxembourg – Macedonia – Malta – Moldova – Monaco – Morocco – Montenegro – Netherlands – Norway – Poland – Portugal – Romania – Russia – San Marino – Serbia – Slovakia – Slovenia, Spain – Sweden – Switzerland – Syria – Tajikistan – Tunisia – Turkmenistan – Turkey – United Kingdom – Ukraine – Uzbekistan – Vatican State

Pan-Asia: Afghanistan – Australia – Bangladesh – Bhutan – Brunei – Cambodia – Cook Islands – East Timor – Fiji – Federated States of Micronesia – French Polynesia – Guam – Hong Kong – India – Indonesia – Kiribati Islands – Laos – Macau – Malaysia – Maldives – Marshall Islands – Mongolia – Myanmar – Nauru – New Caledonia – Nepal – Niue – North Korea – North Mariana Islands – Pakistan – Papua New Guinea – Palau – Philippines – Pitcairn Islands – Samoa – Singapore – Solomon Islands – South Korea – Sri Lanka – Taiwan – Thailand – Tonga – Tuvalu – Vanuatu – Vietnam

Indian Sub-Continent: India – Bangladesh – Bhutan – Myanmar – Nepal – Pakistan – Sri Lanka

Highlights
New Zealand – Country TV
Thailand – Mono
USA & Canada – CBS Sports Network
Pan-Africa – SuperSport
Angola – Benin – Botswana – Burkina Faso – Burundi – Cameroon – Cape Verde – Central African Republic – Chad – Comoros Islands – Congo – Democratic Republic of Congo – Djibouti – Equatorial Guinea – Eritrea – Ethiopia – Gabon – Gambia – Ghana – Guinea – Guinea Bissau – Ivory Coast – Kenya – Lesotho – Liberia – Madagascar – Malawi – Mali – Mauritania – Mauritius – Mayotte – Mozambique – Namibia – Niger – Nigeria – Reunion – Rwanda – Sao Tome and Principe – Senegal – Seychelles – Sierra Leone – Socotra – Somalia (including Somaliland) -South Africa – St Helena and Ascension – Sudan – South Sudan – Swaziland – Tanzania – Togo – Uganda – Zimbabwe – Zambia

SE Asia – Eclat
Brunei – Cambodia – Hong Kong – Indonesia – Malaysia – Myanmar – Philippines – Singapore – Thailand – Vietnam

Japan – The Green Channel
Africa (9 countries) – StarTimes
Nigeria, Rwanda, Tanzania, Kenya, Mozambique, Uganda, Guinea, DRC, and South Africa

Africa (7 countries)
Tanzania, Kenya, Uganda, Rwanda, Burundi, Malawi, Zimbabwe

Venezuela – LaTeleTuya


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