Sports TV Schedule for November 12, 2022: On Which Channels to Watch Sports?

Sports TV Schedule for 28th October 2022: Which Channels to Watch Sports?

World Cycling Championships

E Finals
Timings: Departure at 10:55 and 2:25.
Channel: Live only Live team

Champions League

First race
Time: Departs at 7 am.
Channel: Live on Eurosport 1

Supersport

World Championship Indonesia event
Time: 4:50 am and 4:55 am kick off.
Channel: Live on Eurosport 2

SailGP Grand Prix Round 7

Day 1
Time: Departs at 12 noon.
Channel: Canal + live on Sport 360

Billie Jean King

Time: Starts at 1:30 pm.
Channels: Live on beIN Sports 4 and beIN Sports 3

Next General ATP de Milan

Next Generation Masters: Final
Timings: Start at 9 am.
Channel: Live on Eurosport 2

Autumn tour

Ireland – Fiji
Time: Kick off at 2pm.
Channel: Live on beIN Sports 10

Italy – Australia
Time: Kick off at 2pm.
Channels: Live Team Channel as well as Live team

England – Japan
Time: Kick off at 4:15 p.m.
Channels: Live Team channel as well as Live team

Wales v Argentina
Time: Kick off at 6.30 pm.
Channel: Live on beIN Sports 10

France – South Africa
Time: Kick off at 9am.
Channel: Live on France 2

World Cup F Final

England – New Zealand
Time: Kick off at 7.30 am.
Channel: Live on TF1

Women’s World Cup

Presentation of the cup
Time: Kick off at 9.50 am.
Channel: Live on TF1

NBA

LA Clippers – Brooklyn
Time: Kick off 10 am.
Channel: Live on beIN Sports 1

Dallas – Portland
Time: Kick off 2:40 am.
Channel: Live on beIN Sports 4

Grand Prix Round 21

World Championship Free Practice 2
Time: Departs at 4:30 p.m.
Channel: Live on Canal + Sport

Sprint World Championship
Time: Departure at 8.30 pm.
Channel: Live on Canal+

Japan Rally World Championship
Time: Departs at 5:25 AM.
Channel: Canal + live on Sport 360

Japan Rally World Championship
Time: Departs at 7:35 am.
Channel: Canal + live on Sport 360

Japan Rally World Championship
Time: Midnight departure
Channel: Canal + live on Sport 360

Japan Rally World Championship
Time: Departure 1:05 am
Channel: Canal + live on Sport 360

8 hours Bahrain 6th round

World Championship: Race
Time: Departs at 12 noon.
Channel: Live on Eurosport 2

8 Hours of Bahrain World Championships

8 hrs Bahrain (UAE): Round 6
Time: Departs at 12 noon.
Channel: Live only Live team

6th round
Time: Departs at 12 noon.
Channels: Live Team channel as well as Live team

Bahrain World Cup

WTCR World Cup
Time: Departs at 7:45 AM.
Channel: Live on Eurosport 1

Superbike

World Championship
Time: Departs at 6 AM.
Channel: Live on Eurosport 2

Women’s Euros: Main Round

Croatia – Denmark
Time: Kick off at 6pm.
Channel: Live on beIN Sports 8

Norway – Sweden
Time: Kick off at 8.30 am.
Channel: Live on beIN Sports 8

Time: Starts at 9:30 am.
Channel: Live on Golf+

Time: Starts at 11 am.
Channel: Live on Canal + Sport

Open d Houston

3e tour
Time: Start at 7 am.
Channels: Live on Canal+ Sport and Golf+

WBO Championship

Janibek Alimkhanuli – Denzel Bentley : Poids Moens
Time: Kick off at 3pm
Channel: Live on beIN Sports 1

Ski

Salahdin Parnassus – Sebastian Rajeev: Skiing
Time: Kick off at 8.30 am.
Channel: Live on RMC Sport 2

UFC 281

Israel Adesanya – Alex Pereira
Time: Kick off at 4 am.
Channel: Live on RMC Sport 2

NCAA

Arkansas – LSU
Time: Kick off at 6pm.
Channel: Live on beIN Sports 6

Mississippi – Georgia
Time: Kick off at 1 am.
Channel: Live on beIN Sports 6

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