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From July 23rd to August 8th, Japan will play host to the world’s greatest athletes at the 2020 Tokyo Olympic Games. Featuring a record 33 competitions and 339 medal events, the Olympics will be another spectacular sporting event this summer. Which country will lead the Olympics medal table? Tune in live on TVMucho to find out.
Postponed to 2021 due to the COVID-19 pandemic, the long-awaited 33rd Olympic Games begin on Friday 23 July with a spectacular Opening Ceremony at the Olympic Stadium in Tokyo. The 2020 Games mark the second time that Japan has hosted the Summer Olympic Games, the first back in 1964.
All major events at the 2020 Tokyo Summer Olympics will be broadcast live on BBC One & BBC Red Button. If you are looking to tune in from overseas, you can watch the Olympic action unfold with a TVMucho membership! Get your membership today and enjoy 1h free tv a day! Or upgrade to a premium membership to get unlimited TV time and 50x 7-days recordings.
Want to maintain your normal sleep rhythm while enjoying the Summer Olympics action? With Japan 7 hours ahead of Central European Time (CET), that might be a challenge… Due to the time difference, a lot of competitions will be held at nighttime or during office hours for European viewers.
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Live coverage of the 2020 Tokyo Olympic Games will be broadcast on BBC, but those wanting to tune in from overseas can watch it live with TVMucho. TVMucho gives you access to 60+ UK TV channels like BBC One, ITV and Channel 4, without a VPN. Sign up to watch 1 hour free TV a day, or upgrade to a TVMucho premium membership to get unlimited TV time and 7-day recordings (50h).
The 2020 Tokyo Olympics begins on Friday 23rd July 2021, heralded by the grande Opening Ceremony which kicks off at 8pm local tIme (JST), 13:00 CET. However, several events take place ahead of the Opening Ceremony, including baseball/softball and football on Wednesday 21st July and Thursday 22nd July respectively.
The 2020 Tokyo Olympics will be held in Tokyo, Japan, across 42 different venues. The Japan National Stadium will serve as the main stadium, hosting both the opening and closing ceremonies, as well as track and field events.
Athletes from 206 countries are expected to compete in this year's 2020 Tokyo Olympics.
The BBC has the rights to broadcast the 2020 Tokyo Olympics games. You can access all BBC Channels without a VPN with TVMucho.
You can find an up-do-date schedule on the 2020 Tokyo Olympics website.