The Winter Olympics 2022 is approaching. The event will be arranged in Beijing in China, and it will take place between February 4th and February 20th. Want to find out how to watch the Winter Olympics online?
If you are looking for information on who will broadcast the Winter Olympics in the different nations across the world, scroll further down in the article. Would you like to know more about how you can stream the Winter Olympics online? Keep on reading!
Stream the Winter Olympics online
Would you like to stream the Winter Olympics online? There are lots of different TV channels and networks that will broadcast the event online, and in this article, we will show you how you can stream all your favorite events during the Winter Olympics online. The best channels for streaming the Winter Olympics online is BBC in the UK, NOS in the Netherlands, ARD/ZDF in Germany, and NBCUniversal in the United States. But, how can you actually watch the live streams from the Winter Olympics on these channels online? The truth is, the live streams are only available in those countries. In other words, if you want to stream the Winter Olympics on NOS in the Netherlands, you have to be in the Netherlands. To stream the content on ARD/ZDF in Germany, you need to be in Germany. So, what is the solution? Which is the best and the easiest way to stream the Winter Olympics online?
Here we will give you information that will help you stream the Winter Olympics online on different TV networks, no matter where you are in the world!
To stream the Winter Olympics on BBC in the UK, do as follows:
- You need to sign up for the VPN services of ExpressVPN to get a UK IP address which is needed to watch BBC from abroad.
If you try to stream content on BBC outside England without ExpressVPN, you will simply get an error message saying that the stream is unavailable.
- Now it is time to visit the BBC Winter Olympics website and choose what to watch.
You need to register a user in order to watch content on BBC.. It is important to register a user with a ZIP code in the United Kingdom.
- You should now be ready to watch the Winter Olympics on BBC in England all across the world.
We hope you will find these instructions useful. If you have trouble, a question or a comment, please use the comment field at the bottom of this website.
Watch the Winter Olympics on PeacockTV in the USA
You can watch every single moment from the Winter Olympics on the American streaming service named PeacockTV. You are required to have a Peacock Premium subscription for this to work, but if you have that, you can also stream quite a lot of Premier League online football online and much more. The price is $6 per month for Peacock Premium.
For more information on how you can stream PeacockTV and pay for PeacockTV, take a look at the following article.
To stream the Winter Olympics on NOS in the Netherlands, do as follows:
- Once again you will be in need of a VPN subscription in order to manipulate and to change your IP address.
If you are located outside the Netherlands, use the VPN services of ExpressVPN to get a Dutch IP address, which will let you stream the content.
- Visit npo.nl and find the live streams that you are looking for.
The content at npo.nl is freely available, but you might have to register a free user there if you haven’t done so before. It is important that you use ExpressVPN, as most other VPN providers are blocked by NOS.
- You should now be ready to stream the Winter Olympics at NOS in the Netherlands.
Does it work? Do you have any questions or comments? Write them at the bottom of this site in the comment field.
To stream the Winter Olympics on ARD/ZDF in Germany, do the following:
- You need to be located in Germany to watch the live streams at zdf.de and daserste.de.
To fix this, purchase a VPN subscription to ExpressVPN (they have a 30-day full refund policy available) and install the VPN application on your device.
- Connect to a server in Germany and get a German IP address.
You can now visit the websites of the German TV channels and watch all the content online for free without further trouble.
- Cheer for the German athletes as they compete in the Winter Olympics!
Does it work? Do you have any questions or comments? Write them at the bottom of this site in the comment field.
Winter Games 2022 broadcasters
Here you can find a list presenting the TV channels that will broadcast the Winter Olympics 2022 in their given countries. We will later update this article with information on how to stream the Winter Olympics 2022 online, but that will only happen 1-2 months before the actual Winter Olympics. Until then, here are the most prominent broadcasters of the Winter Olympics in 2022.
Winter Olympics 2022 broadcasters across the world
Winter Olympics on Armenia TV
In Armenia, the event will be broadcasted by APMTV.
Winter Olympics on Australian TV
In Australia the Winter Olympics will be televised by the Seven Network, The Winter Olympics in Sochi (in 2014) was broadcast by Network Ten, meaning that change is about to take place.
Winter Olympics on Austrian TV
In Austria, you can watch the Winter Olympics 2022 on ORF, a very nice, public TV channel, with free online streams available.
Winter Olympics on Belarus TV
In Belarus, the Winter Olympics will be aired on Belteleradio.
Winter Olympics in Brazil
In Brazil, the event can be seen on the TV channels of Grupo Globo.
Watch the Winter Olympics in Canada
In Canada, there are lots of fans, and there will be millions of people watching the Winter Olympics 2022. The event will be broadcasted by CBC (as always), and also by Bell Media and Rogers Media.
Winter Olympics in China
If you want to stream the Winter Olympics in China, the CCTV will broadcast the event there.
Winter Olympics 2022 broadcaster in Croatia
In Croatia, you can watch the Winter Olympics on HRT.
Winter Olympics broadcast in the Czech Republic
The people of the Czech Republic are lucky people. CTV is a great channel for sports, and in 2022 they will broadcast the Winter Olympics from Pyeongchang. CTV is a free channel, with free TV streams online.
Watch the Winter Olympics in Finland
Just like YLE broadcast the Winter Olympics in the Czech Republic and ORF in Austria, YLE is the number one TV channel for significant sports events in Finland. They have free streams online, making it the perfect place to watch the Winter Olympics in Finland, both offline and online.
Broadcasting the Winter Olympics 2022 in France
In France, the big national TV station France will broadcast the event. The Winter Olympics can easily be streamed online, or at your local TV in any hotel or house in France.
Winter Olympics in Georgia
The people of Georgia can watch the Winter Olympics on GPB.
Winter Olympics in Hungary
The Hungarians do not care about the Winter Olympics, and therefore they will not have many live broadcasts from the event. But, whatever will be shown from the Winter Olympics can be seen on MTVA (M4).
Broadcasting the Winter Olympics in Iceland
The fantastic TV channel RUV will broadcast the Winter Olympics in Iceland. This is the same channel that broadcasts other big sports events like Summer Olympics, FIFA World Cup, UEFA Euro and similar tournaments.
Watch the Winter Olympics 2022 in Ireland
In Ireland, the TV channel RTE will broadcast the Winter Olympics. This is a free channel, with free streams available online. A perfect choice, but since they have few people taking part in the Winter Olympics, this probably ain’t the best place to watch after all.
Broadcasting the Winter Olympics in Japan
In Japan, the event will be televised by Japan Consortium.
Winter Olympics broadcaster in Kosovo
In Kosovo, the Winter Olympics will be aired by RTK.
Winter Olympics broadcaster in Latvia
The Winter Olympics can be watched on LTV in Latvia.
Watch the Winter Olympics 2022 in Lithuania
In Lithuania, the event can be followed on TV3.
The Winter Olympics broadcaster in the Netherlands
If you like sports, then you probably know that NOS broadcast all big sports events in the Netherlands. You can, therefore, watch the FIFA World Cup on NOS during the summer of 2022, and you can, of course, watch the Winter Olympics on NOS as well.
Watch the Winter Olympics in New Zealand
In New Zealand, you can watch the Winter Olympics on Sky Television
Winter Olympics in North Korea
If you live in North Korea, you will probably never be able to read this blog post. But, it might be useful to know that SBS will broadcast the Winter Olympics in North Korea.
Winter Olympics 2022 on Norwegian TV
The Norwegians love the Winter Olympics, and they have been looking forward to the event for a long time. This year the Norwegian people have to watch the event on another TV channel than normally (NRK/TV2), as TVNorge has the right to broadcast the Winter Olympics in Norway.
The Winter Olympics on Polish TV
In Poland, the national broadcaster TVP will air the Winter Olympics.
Winter Olympics 2022 on Slovakian TV
In Slovakia, you can watch the Winter Olympics on RTVS. This is a free channel, meaning that you will most likely be able to stream lots of events online for free if you have a Slovakian IP address.
The Winter Olympics in Slovenian TV
The people of Slovenia look very much forward to the ski-jumping competitions (and lots of other stuff). If you want to watch these and other events on Slovenian TV, you will have to turn on your television and jump to RTV.
Watch the Winter Olympics in South Africa
When you say Winter Olympics, South Africa might not be the nation that comes to your mind at first. But, there are lots of people in South Africa who want’s to follow the Winter Olympics in South Africa as well, and the broadcasters are SABC and SuperSport.
The Winter Olympics in South Korea
There will be significant interest in the Winter Olympics in South Korea, first of all, because they are the hosting nation. To watch the event in South Korea, tune your TV to SBS.
Winter Olympics 2022 broadcaster in Sweden
Just like in Norway, there will be a new broadcaster of the Winter Olympics in Sweden in 2022. Kanal 5 will broadcast the event (just like they did in 2018), meaning that the days of free streaming online are history.
Winter Olympics on Swiss TV
If there is one channel we love in Switzerland, it is SRF. They have the right to broadcast the Winter Olympics in Switzerland, and they are brilliant at doing so. The people of Switzerland can look forward to fantastic live shows and lots of great reports from the Winter Olympics.
Winter Olympics 2022 in the UK
In the United Kingdom, the Winter Olympics 2022 will be broadcast by BBC and Eurosport. Our guess is that most live events will be aired on Eurosport, while BBC only will show summaries (since the interest for the Winter Olympics is little in the United Kingdom).
Winter Olympics broadcaster in the United States
If the interest for the Winter Olympics is little in the UK, then the opposite is true in the United States. This is a giant event, and the United States always sends lots of contestants to the Winter Olympics. The Olympics will be broadcast on NBCUniversal.
Any Winter Olympics 2022 broadcaster missing?
Are you missing any Winter Olympics 2022 broadcasters? Write a comment beneath, and we will do our best to keep this article updated.
5 thoughts on “How to watch the Winter Olympics 2022 online?”
Hurray! Hungary just got their first Winter Olympic Gold medal ever! Hurrah!
Thank you for updating the article as promised. I don’t have an NBC Cable subscription, so I guess I will go with BBC in the UK. Anyway cheap, even though I have to pay for the VPN, but considering the fact that I get access to the live streams for free at BBC, it is still brilliant.
What about in Mexico?
I am not sure if anyone is actually broadcasting the event in Mexico, probably due to a lack of interest. But, if you are interested, follow the methods described in the article to stream the Winter Olympics online on for example BBC in the UK which is completely free (except from the fact that you need to use a VPN and need a VPN subscription to actually stream the Olympics on BBC outside the UK).
It’s a disaster that neither TV2 nor NRK will broadcast the event in Norway. I am so fed up with the traditional TV channels loosing the rights to broadcast such events, and instead “wanna-be” channels try to do their best, when there are other channels that could do the job much better!