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The Hundred 2023 Live Streaming & TV Channels

The Hundred 2023 Live Streaming & TV Channels, Broadcasting Rights

FanCode will exclusively live stream all the cricket matches from The Hundred Cricket League 2023 (100-ball tournament) in India. Online streaming platform FanCode has bagged exclusive four-year broadcast rights for England and Wales Cricket Board’s (ECB) new format cricket competition, The Hundred, in India. FanCode will be the official broadcast partner in India and Dream11 an official partner. The comprehensive digital experience of series will be available through FanCode’s industry-first offering – Match Pass and Tour Pass.

Sky Sports has become the home of The Hundred Men 2023 and The Hundred Women 2023 in the UK and Ireland. UK viewers will be able to watch all 68 games exclusively live on Sky Sports Cricket, Sky Sports Main Event and Sky Sports Mix. You can watch every ball of every match on Sky Sports’ dedicated channel, Sky Sports The Hundred.

All women’s matches and a number of men’s games in The Hundred will be streamed live on the Sky Cricket YouTube channel. The BBC will broadcast 18 games live on BBC TV (BBC Two) and BBC iPlayer, consisting of 10 men’s and eight women’s matches, including both finals. All games (men’s and women’s) will be broadcast on BBC Radio 5 Live or 5 Live Sports Extra.

Cricket viewers in the United States can watch The Hundred Cricket League 2023 (100-ball tournament) live coverage on Willow TV, and SuperSport will telecast live coverage of The Hundred 2021 (100-ball tournament) in South Africa; all matches live streamed on the SuperSport digital platform (Website, App). SuperSport Now available on DStv and GOtv as well as on SuperSport dot com and DStv Now in 50 countries across sub-Saharan Africa.

beIN Sports have secured the exclusive media rights for the Hundred 2023 across Middle East and North Africa, beIN Sports will broadcast live coverage of the tournament in Algeria, Bahrain, Chad, Djibouti, Egypt, Iran, Iraq, Jordan, Kuwait, Lebanon, Libya, Mauritania, Morocco, Oman, Palestine, Qatar, Kingdom of Saudi Arabia, Somalia, Somalia, South Sudan, Syria, Tunisia, United Arab Emirates, Yemen, and Sudan.

In Australia and Southeast Asia, Fox Sports has acquired the rights to telecast the 2023 Hundred Cricket League, the world’s first-ever 100-Ball cricket tournament, with LIVE coverage of the competition to be broadcast across Fox Sports and Fox Cricket (available on Foxtel). Kayo Sports will live stream all matches in Australia, a new digital platform in Australia to watch cricket matches online. The Foxtel App is the better option if you already have a TV subscription, while Foxtel Now is the way to go if you only want to stream Foxtel channel.

For New Zealand audiences, Spark Sport will broadcast all games from The Hundred 2023, a subscription of Spark Sport costs $24.99 per month. Last year, Spark Sport signed a four-year deal with the England and Wales Cricket Board (ECB) for the cricket matches played in England. Spark Sport is a New Zealand sports streaming service, owned and operated by Spark.

Pakistan’s OTT platform Tapmad has acquired digital rights of The Hundred 2023. Cricket viewers in Pakistan can enjoy live streaming of the all matches on Tapmad.

  • Willow TV Partner: Sling TV, Verizon Fios TV, Spectrum TV, Google Fiber, Xfinity TV, CenturyLink
  • Sky Sports Cricket is also available on Virgin Media, Virgin Media Ireland, Sky UK, BT TV via Now TV, TalkTalk TV, eir Vision, Now TV, Sky Go, Virgin TV Go
  • SuperSport also available on Showmax Pro, DStv App

The 2023 season of The Hundred will be the second season of The Hundred. The Hundred is the title of a professional 100-ball cricket tournament in England and Wales run by the ECB commencing in August-September 2023. The league will consist of eight city-based franchise teams, each of which will field both a men’s and women’s team. 100-ball cricket is a form of limited overs cricket, played by two teams each playing a single innings made up of 100 balls.

TV Channel/Broadcasting Rights

India FanCode
United Kingdom Sky Sports Cricket, Sky Sports Mix, BBC
United States Willow TV
Australia Fox Sports
MENA Countries beIN Sports
Sub-Saharan Africa SuperSport
New Zealand Spark Sport
Caribbean ESPN
Canada Willow TV
North America Willow TV, Dazn
South East Asia
Fox Sports Asia

Live Streaming

FanCode, Now TV, Sky Go, Dazn, Spark Sport

Sub-Saharan Africa (SuperSport): Angola, Benin, Botswana, Burkina Faso, Burundi, Central African Republic, Chad, Comoros Islands, Congo, Cameroon, Cape Verde, Democratic Republic of Congo, Djibouti , Equatorial Guinea, Eritrea, Ethiopia, Gabon, Gambia, Ghana, Guinea, Guinea Bissau, Swaziland, Tanzania, Ivory Coast, Kenya, Lesotho, Liberia, Madagascar, Malawi, Mali, Mauritania, Mayotte, Mozambique, Namibia, Niger, Nigeria, Reunion, Rwanda, St Helena, Sao Tome and Principe, Senegal, Seychelles, Sierra Leone, Somalia, South Africa, Togo, Uganda, Zambia, Zaire and Zimbabwe.

North America (Willow TV, DAZN): Antigua and Barbuda, Bahamas, Barbados, Belize, Canada, Costa Rica, Cuba, Dominica, Dominican Republic, El Salvador, Grenada, Guatemala, Haiti, Honduras, Jamaica, Mexico, Nicaragua, Panama, Saint Kitts and Nevis, Saint Lucia, Saint Vincent and the Grenadines, Trinidad and Tobago, United States

Southeast Asia (Fox Sports Asia): Brunei, Myanmar, Cambodia, Timor-Leste, Indonesia, Laos, Malaysia, the Philippines, Singapore, Thailand and Vietnam.

The Hundred 2022 Format

English franchise Twenty20 competition (Format)

  • 100 balls per innings
  • A change of ends after 10 balls
  • Bowlers deliver either five or 10 consecutive balls
  • Each bowler can deliver a maximum of 20 balls per game
  • Each bowling side gets a strategic timeout of up to two and a half minutes
  • A 25-ball power play start for each team
  • Two fielders are allowed outside of the initial 30-yard circle during the power play
  • Teams will be able to call timeouts, as has been the case in the Indian Premier League since 2009
  • A simplified scoreboard is also proposed

There will be eight city-based teams competing for the title over a 38-day period during the school summer holidays, which run from mid-July to early September. Each team will play four matches at home and four matches away (thereby playing their closest rival twice in a format similar to the Big Bash League), which means there will be a total of 32 games in the league that precedes the playoffs.

The playoff system will include the top four teams at the conclusion of the league stage and will be similar to the format used in the Indian Premier League, known as the Page playoff system. Under this system, the top two teams play each other with the winner progressing to the final, while the loser plays off against the winner of a match played between the teams that finished third and fourth in the league for the second spot in the final.

Each team is to be made up of fifteen players, of which a maximum of three could be overseas players. Players will be signed using a draft system common in other franchise leagues. Two of the fifteen players will come from players that performed well in the t20 Blast. At least one England Test player will be signed to each of the eight men’s teams competing in The Hundred.

The Hundred 2023 Schedule (Men’s)

August 1: Trent Rockets vs Southern Brave, Trent Bridge, 6.30 pm LOCAL, 11 pm IST

August 2: Welsh Fire vs Manchester Originals, Sophia Gardens, 3 pm LOCAL, 7:30 pm IST

August 2: London Spirit vs Oval Invincibles, Lord’s, 6.30 pm LOCAL, 11 pm IST

August 3: Northern Superchargers vs Birmingham Phoenix, Headingley, 6.30 pm LOCAL, 11 pm IST

August 4: Southern Brave vs Welsh Fire, Ageas Bowl, 6.30 pm LOCAL, 11 pm IST

August 5: Manchester Originals vs London Spirit, Emirates Old Trafford, 2.30 pm LOCAL, 7 pm IST

August 5: Birmingham Phoenix vs Trent Rockets, Edgbaston, 6 pm LOCAL, 10: 30 pm IST

August 6: Southern Brave vs Northern Superchargers, Ageas Bowl, 2.30 pm LOCAL, 7 pm IST

August 6: Oval Invincibles vs Welsh Fire, Kia Oval, 6 pm LOCAL, 10: 30 pm IST

August 7: Manchester Originals vs Birmingham Phoenix, Emirates Old Trafford, 6.30 pm LOCAL, 11 pm IST

August 8: London Spirit vs Southern Brave, Lord’s, 6.30 pm LOCAL, 11 pm IST

August 9: Trent Rockets vs Northern Superchargers, Trent Bridge, 3 pm LOCAL, 7:30 pm IST

August 9: Oval Invincibles vs Manchester Originals, Kia Oval, 6.30 pm LOCAL, 11 pm IST

August 10: Birmingham Phoenix vs Welsh Fire, Edgbaston, 6.30 pm LOCAL, 11 pm IST

August 11: Northern Superchargers vs Oval Invincibles, Headingley 6.30 pm LOCAL, 11 pm IST

August 12: London Spirit vs Trent Rockets, Lord’s, 3 pm LOCAL, 7:30 pm IST

August 12: Welsh Fire vs Southern Brave, Sophia Gardens, 6 pm LOCAL, 10: 30 pm IST

August 13: Northern Superchargers vs Manchester Originals, Headingley, 2.30 pm LOCAL, 7 pm IST

August 13: Birmingham Phoenix vs Oval Invincibles, Edgbaston, 6 pm LOCAL, 10: 30 pm IST

August 14: Welsh Fire vs Trent Rockets, Sophia Gardens, 6.30 pm LOCAL, 11 pm IST

August 15: Oval Invincibles vs London Spirit, Kia Oval, 6.30 pm LOCAL, 11 pm IST

August 16: Southern Brave vs Birmingham Phoenix, Ageas Bowl, 6.30 pm LOCAL, 11 pm IST

August 17: Trent Rockets vs Manchester Originals, Trent Bridge, 6.30 pm LOCAL, 11 pm IST

August 18: London Spirit vs Northern Superchargers, Lord’s, 6.30 pm LOCAL, 11 pm IST

August 19: Trent Rockets vs Birmingham Phoenix, Trent Bridge, 2.30 pm LOCAL, 7 pm IST

August 19: Southern Brave vs Oval Invincibles, Ageas Bowl, women 6 pm LOCAL, 10: 30 pm IST

August 20: Manchester Originals vs Northern Superchargers, 2.30 pm LOCAL, 7 pm IST

August 20: Welsh Fire vs London Spirit, Sophia Gardens, 6 pm LOCAL, 10: 30 pm IST

August 21: Oval Invincibles vs Trent Rockets, Kia Oval, 6.30 pm LOCAL, 11 pm IST

August 22: Northern Superchargers vs Welsh Fire, Headingley, 6.30 pm LOCAL, 11 pm IST

August 23: Manchester Originals vs Southern Brave, Emirates Old Trafford, 6.30 pm LOCAL, 11 pm IST

August 24: Birmingham Phoenix vs London Spirit, Edgbaston, 6.30 pm LOCAL, 11 pm IST

August 26: The Hundred Eliminator, Kia Oval, 6 pm LOCAL, 10: 30 pm IST

August 27: The Hundred Final, Lord’s, 6 pm LOCAL, 10: 30 pm IST

The Hundred 2023 Women’s Schedule

Tuesday, August 1: Trent Rockets v Southern Brave (Trent Bridge, 3pm)

Wednesday, August 2: Welsh Fire v Manchester Originals (Sophia Gardens, 11.30am)

Wednesday, August 2: London Spirit v Oval Invincibles (Lord’s, 3pm)

Thursday, August 3: Northern Superchargers v Birmingham Phoenix (Headingley, 3pm)

Friday, August 4: Southern Brave v Welsh Fire (Ageas Bowl, 3pm)

Saturday, August 5: Manchester Originals v London Spirit (Emirates Old Trafford, 11.30am)

Saturday, August 5: Birmingham Phoenix v Trent Rockets (Edgbaston, 2.30pm)

Sunday, August 6: Southern Brave v Northern Superchargers (Ageas Bowl, 11am)

Sunday, August 6: Oval Invincibles v Welsh Fire (Kia Oval, 2.30pm)

Monday, August 7: Manchester Originals v Birmingham Phoenix (Emirates Old Trafford, 3pm)

Tuesday, August 8: London Spirit v Southern Brave (Lord’s, 3pm)

Wednesday, August 9: Trent Rockets v Northern Superchargers (Trent Bridge, 11.30am)

Wednesday, August 9: Oval Invincibles v Manchester Originals (Kia Oval, 3pm)

Thursday, August 10: Birmingham Phoenix v Welsh Fire (Edgbaston, 3pm)

Friday, August 11: Northern Superchargers v Oval Invincibles (Headingley, 3pm)

Saturday, August 12: London Spirit v Trent Rockets (Lord’s, 11am)

Saturday, August 12: Welsh Fire v Southern Brave (Sophia Gardens, 2.30pm)

Sunday, August 13: Northern Superchargers v Manchester Originals (Headingley, 11am)

Sunday, August 13: Birmingham Phoenix v Oval Invincibles (Edgbaston, 2.30pm)

Monday, August 14: Welsh Fire v Trent Rockets (Sophia Gardens, 3pm)

Tuesday, August 15: Oval Invincibles v London Spirit (Kia Oval, 3pm)

Wednesday, August 16: Southern Brave v Birmingham Phoenix (Ageas Bowl, 3pm)

Thursday, August 17: Trent Rockets v Manchester Originals (Trent Bridge, 3pm)

Friday, August 18: London Spirit v Northern Superchargers (Lord’s, 3pm)

Saturday, August 19: Trent Rockets v Birmingham Phoenix (Trent Bridge, 11am)

Saturday, August 19: Southern Brave v Oval Invincibles (Ageas Bowl, 2.30pm)

Sunday, August 20: Manchester Originals v Northern Superchargers (Emirates Old Trafford, 11am)

Sunday, August 20: Welsh Fire v London Spirit (Sophia Gardens, 2.30pm)

Monday, August 21: Oval Invincibles v Trent Rockets (Kia Oval, 3pm)

Tuesday, August 22: Northern Superchargers v Welsh Fire (Headingley, 3pm)

Wednesday, August 23: Manchester Originals v Southern Brave (Emirates Old Trafford, 3pm)

Thursday, August 24: Birmingham Phoenix v London Spirit (Edgbaston, 3pm)

Saturday, August 26: Eliminator (Kia Oval, 2.30pm)

Sunday, August 27: Final (Lord’s, 2.15pm)

Hundred 2023 Squads

Mens Squad

Birmingham Phoenix: Chris Woakes, Ben Duckett, Benny Howell, Will Smeed, Liam Livingstone, Moeen Ali, Shadab Khan, Adam Milne, Kane Richardson, Jamie Smith, Tom Helm, Miles Hammond, Chris Benjamin, Dan Mousley

London Spirit: Mark Wood, Mitchell Marsh, Glenn Maxwell, Zak Crawley, Jordan Thompson, Olly Stone, Nathan Ellis, Liam Dawson, Dan Lawrence, Mason Crane, Adam Rossington, Chris Wood, Ravi Bopara, Michael Pepper

Manchester Originals: Jos Buttler, Wanindu Hasaranga, Richard Gleeson, Paul Walter, Phil Salt, Laurie Evans, Ashton Turner, Jamie Overton, Tom Hartley, Josh Tongue, Josh Little, Wayne Madsen, Tom Lammonby, Mitchell Stanley

Northern Superchargers: Ben Stokes, Adil Rashid, Adam Hose, Brydon Carse, Harry Brook, Reece Topley, Tom Banton, Michael Bracewell, Adam Lyth, Matthew Potts, David Wiese, Bas de Leede, Wayne Parnell, Callum Parkinson

Oval Invincibles: Sam Curran, Sunil Narine, Will Jacks, Heinrich Klaasen, Ross Whiteley, Jason Roy, Tom Curran, Sam Billings, Saqib Mahmood, Jordan Cox, Gus Atkinson, Ihsanullah Khan, Danny Briggs, Nathan Sowter

Southern Brave: Jofra Archer, Tim David, Leus du Plooy, Rehan Ahmed, Craig Overton, James Vince, Chris Jordan, Devon Conway, Tymal Mills, Finn Allen, George Garton, James Fuller, Alex Davies, Joe Weatherley

Trent Rockets: Joe Root, Tom Kohler-Cadmore, Rashid Khan, Sam Cook, Daniel Sams, Dawid Malan, Alex Hales, Lewis Gregory, Luke Wood, Colin Munro, Samit Patel, Sam Hain, Brad Wheal, Matt Carter

Welsh Fire: Jonny Bairstow, Tom Abell, David Willey, David Payne, Roelof van der Merwe, Shaheen Afridi, Joe Clarke, Glenn Phillips, Ollie Pope, Haris Rauf, Jake Ball, Stephen Eskinazi, Dan Douthwaite, George Scrimshaw

Womens Squad

Birmingham Phoenix: Amy Jones, Ellyse Perry, Issy Wong, Emily Arlott, Sophie Devine, Hannah Baker, Katie Levick, Eve Jones, Abtaha Maqsood, Erin Burns, Chloe Brewer, Sterre Kalis

London Spirit: Heather Knight, Amelia Kerr, Charlie Dean, Danielle Gibson, Grace Harris, Sarah Glenn, Sophie Munro, Sophie Luff, Grace Scrivens, Tara Norris, Niamh Holland

Manchester Originals: Sophie Ecclestone, Deandra Dottin, Emma Lamb, Ellie Threlkeld, Laura Wolvaardt, Amanda-Jade Wellington, Kathryn Bryce, Katie George, Liberty Heap, Phoebe Graham, Fi Morris

Northern Superchargers: Alyssa Healy, Heather Graham, Hollie Armitage, Linsey Smith, Bess Heath, Kate Cross, Georgia Wareham, Alice Davidson-Richards, Marie Kelly, Aylish Cranstone, Phoebe Franklin

Oval Invincibles: Marizanne Kapp, Alice Capsey, Mady Villiers, Paige Scholfield, Lauren Winfield-Hill, Tash Farrant, Suzie Bates, Dane van Niekerk, Eva Gray, Ryana MacDonald-Gay, Kira Chathli

Southern Brave: Smriti Mandhana, Chloe Tryon, Maitlan Brown, Lauren Bell, Maia Bouchier, Freya Kemp, Danni Wyatt, Anya Shrubsole, Georgia Adams, Rhianna Southby, Danielle Gregory

Trent Rockets: Nat Sciver-Brunt, Grace Potts, Kirstie Gordon, Kat Sciver-Brunt, Alana King, Bryony Smith, Harmanpreet Kaur, Lizelle Lee, Josie Groves, Emma Jones, Naomi Dattani, Alexa Stonehouse

Welsh Fire: Tammy Beaumont, Hayley Matthews, Laura Harris, Alex Hartley, Sophia Dunkley, Shabnim Ismail, Georgia Elwiss, Freya Davies, Alex Griffiths, Claire Nicholas, Sarah Bryce

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