FIBA Basketball World Cup 2023 Live Streaming & TV Channels
ESPN will become the new broadcast home of international basketball for the next four years in Australia, with an exclusive partnership with FIBA, the International Basketball Federation, to broadcast FIBA’s international events including FIBA Basketball World Cup 2023.
FIBA has reached agreements with numerous broadcasters in Europe that ensures fans will watch international basketball through to 2025 on free-to-air TV. New agreements have been signed in Spain, Lithuania, Latvia, Estonia, Poland and the Czech Republic, in addition to France, with an agreement announced this week with France Télévisions.
FIBA, the International Basketball Federation, has already partnered with Chinese state television broadcaster CCTV (Chinese Central Television) for FIBA Basketball World Cup 2023.
FIBA has expanded long-term broadcast rights agreement with the multiplatform Canadian network, Sportsnet. Through this new partnership, Sportsnet becomes the exclusive broadcast rights holder for FIBA Basketball World Cup 2023 and other major events.
Saran Media Group has international basketball rights in Turkey, the Czech Republic and Slovakia for FIBA Basketball World Cup 2023. Saran hold the exclusive rights to live and delayed matches, highlights and clips across all existing platforms, including TV, online and mobile.
FIBA, the world basketball governing body, and Finnish broadcaster Nelonen Media, have signed a new agreement to broadcast the country’s national team basketball games for the next four years. Nelonen Media will air all Finnish national team games on one of their flagship free-to-air channels. They will also offer a comprehensive package of other key games on both free-to-air and OTT services.
Baltic states: TV3
Czech Republic: ČTSaran Media
Finland: Nelonen Media
France: France TélévisionsbeIN Sports
Germany: Magenta Sport
Italy: Eleven Sports
Japan: TV Asahi,Nippon TV
Latin & South America: Torneos
MENA: beIN Sports
New Zealand: Spark Sport
Slovakia: Saran Media
Turkey: Saran Media
FIBA Basketball World Cup 2023 will be the 19th tournament of the FIBA Basketball World Cup for national men’s basketball teams. The tournament will be the second to feature 32 teams.