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How Can I Watch The Olympics 2021? Tokyo 2020 Opening Ceremony Time, How to Watch, Where to Watch Olympics 2021

Adam Taylor McKillop
How can I watch the Olympics 2021? Tokyo 2020 Opening Ceremony time, how to watch, where to watch Olympics 2021.
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Sports fans around the world are gearing up in excitement for the official start of the 2021 Tokyo Olympics. Athletes from all over the world will soon be competing for Olympic glory and fans will look to tune in and watch their favorite athletes and sports at the Tokyo Summer Games.

How Can I Watch The Olympics 2021?

In the United States, NBC will lead most of the broadcasts for the Olympics in 2021. This includes the Opening Ceremony on Friday, July 23, as well as many of the sport-specific events. The broadcast will take place on the family of NBC networks including NBC, NBC Sports, NBC Olympics, CNBC and the peacock streaming app.

Tokyo 2020 Opening Ceremony Time

The official 2021 Tokyo Olympic Games Opening Ceremony takes place on Friday, July 23 at 7 a.m. EST. NBC will broadcast the event live and then re-air the Opening Ceremony again on Friday at 7:30 p.m. EST.

2021 Tokyo Olympics Opening Ceremony How to Watch

The 2021 Tokyo Olympics Opening Ceremony will be broadcast live on NBC. The full list of NBC's Olympic broadcast schedule can be found here.

Where to Watch Olympics 2021

For fans wondering when their favorite sports will be aired live on NBC, please check below for a full list of channels and broadcast dates for each event. This info is courtesy of the LA Times.

Archery: July 23-31 on CNBC, NBC Olympics.
Artistic swimming: Aug. 2-7 on NBC Sports, NBC Olympics
Badminton: July 23-Aug. 2 on CNBC, NBC Sports, NBC Olympics
Baseball: July 27-Aug. 7 on NBC Sports and NBC Olympics
Basketball: July 24-Aug. 8 on CNBC, NBC Sports, NBC Olympics, Peacock
Basketball 3x3: July 23-28 on NBC Sports, NBC Olympics
Beach volleyball: July 23-Aug. 6 on CNBC, NBC Olympics
Boxing: July 23-Aug. 8 on CNBC, NBC Sports, Olympic Channel
Canoe/kayak: July 25-Aug. 6 on CNBC, NBC Sports, NBC Olympics
Cycling: July 23-Aug. 7 on NBC Sports, NBC Olympics
Diving: July 25-Aug. 7 on CNBC, NBC Sports, NBC Olympics
Equestrian: July 24-Aug. 7 on NBC Sports, NBC Olympics
Fencing: July 23-Aug. 1 on CNBC, NBC Olympics
Field hockey: July 23-Aug. 6 on NBC Sports, NBC Olympics
Golf: July 28-Aug. 6 on NBC Sports, NBC Olympics
Gymnastics: July 23-Aug. 3 on NBC Sports, NBC Olympics, Peacock
Handball: July 23-Aug. 8 on CNBC, NBC Sports, Olympic Channel
Judo: July 23-31 on NBC Sports, NBC Olympics
Karate: Aug. 4-7 on CNBC, NBC Sports, NBC Olympics
Modern pentathlon: Aug. 5-7 on NBC Sports, NBC Olympics
Rhythmic gymnastics: Aug. 5-7 on NBC Sports, NBC Olympics
Rowing: Aug. 5-7 on NBC Sports, NBC Olympics
Rugby: July 25-31 on NBC Sports, NBC Olympics
Sailing: July 24-Aug. 4 on NBC Sports, NBC Olympics
Shooting: July 23-Aug. 3 on NBC Sports, NBC Olympics
Skateboarding: July 24-Aug. 4 on NBC Sports, NBC Olympics
Soccer: July 24-Aug. 7 on NBC Sports, NBC Olympics, Peacock
Softball: July 23-27 on NBC Sports, NBC Olympics
Sport climbing: Aug. 3-6 on NBC Sports, NBC Olympics
Surfing: July 24-31 on NBC Sports, NBC Olympics
Swimming: July 24-Aug. 4 on NBC Sports, NBC Olympics, Peacock
Table tennis: July 23-Aug. 6 on CNBC, NBC Sports, NBC Olympics
Taekwondo: July 23-27 on NBC Sports, NBC Olympics
Tennis: July 23-27 on NBC Sports, NBC Olympics
Track and field: July 30-31 on CNBC, NBC Olympics
Trampoline gymnastics: July 30-31 on CNBC, NBC Olympics
Triathlon: July 25-27 on NBC Sports, NBC Olympics
Volleyball: July 23-Aug. 8 on NBC Sports, NBC Olympics
Water polo: July 24-Aug. 8 on CNBC, NBC Olympics
Weightlifting: July 23-Aug. 4 on NBC Sports, NBC Olympics
Wrestling: July 31-Aug. 7 on CNBC, NBC Sports, NBC Olympics


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