It’s Pratoni Week! How to Watch FEI World Championships for Eventing

We are absolutely spoiled with a full calendar of eventing for the first time in recent history, and the adventure continues this week as the long-awaited 2022 FEI World Championships for Eventing kick off Wednesday, September 14 with the first horse inspection.

If you aren’t lucky enough to attend in person (I feel your pain there!), I’ve rounded up the best ways to follow along from wherever you are, so keep this post bookmarked (along with our Ultimate Guide to World Championships, of course) and share with your fellow eventing nerd friends.

Additionally, it’s likely I’ve missed some information on international viewing, so please feel free to email [email protected] or comment on this post if you have more details than I found!

The global broadcast will be carried by FEI.TV, which is now a part of ClipMyHorse.TV. You’ll need a subscription to access the stream, which starts at $17.03/month —- but this will also get you access to the entirety of their global streaming schedule, including all the World Championships disciplines, plus a jam-packed archive of competitions and programs. There is also a free trial for new users, and the service can be canceled at any point in time. Bonus: the World Championships for Driving are also set to be held at Pratoni the week following eventing and will also be broadcast live on FEI.TV.

To access the live stream from wherever you are, click here. Highlights and winning rounds will also be uploaded to the FEI’s YouTube channel.

Tilly has graciously designed a few time zone cards for you as well, so here’s a look at the competition schedule in worldwide time zones:

There will also be select/limited coverage broadcast on various networks around the world. I wasn’t able to confirm specifics, but here is a list provided by the FEI of networks that will carry some sort of coverage from Pratoni — check your local listings for more:

  • Australia – 7plus
  • Brazil – COB (Brazilian Olympic Committee)
  • China – MIGU
  • Egypt – ONTIME Sports
  • Finland – Yle
  • Germany– ARD/ZDF
  • Italy – Rai
  • Netherlands – NOS
  • Norway – NRK
  • Poland – TVP
  • Sweden – SVT
  • Switzerland – SSR
  • UK – BBC
  • MENA – Dubai TV: Iran – Iraq – Israel – Jordan – Kuwait – Lebanon – Oman – Palestinian Territory – Qatar – Saudi Arabia – Syria – United Arab Emirates – Yemen
  • MENA – Abu Dhabi Media: Algeria – Bahrain – Chad – Djibouti – Egypt – Iran – Iraq – Israel – Jordan – Kuwait – Lebanon – Libya – Mauritania – Morocco – Oman – Palestinian Territory – Qatar – Saudi Arabia – Somalia – Sudan – Syria – Tunisia – United Arab Emirates – Yemen
  • Africa (9 countries) – StarTimes: Nigeria, Rwanda, Tanzania, Kenya, Mozambique, Uganda, Guinea, DRC, and South Africa

Delayed coverage will also be provided on Eurosport:

  • Pan-Europe: Albania – Algeria – Andorra – Armenia – Austria – Azerbaijan – Belarus – Belgium – Bosnia-Herzegovina – Bulgaria – Croatia – Czech Republic – Cyprus – Denmark – Egypt Estonia – Finland – France – Georgia – Germany – Greece – Hungary – Iceland – Ireland – Israel – Italy – Jordan – Kosovo – Kazakhstan – Kyrgyzstan – Latvia – Lebanon – Libya – Liechtenstein – Lithuania – Luxembourg – Macedonia – Malta – Moldova – Monaco – Morocco – Montenegro – Netherlands – Norway – Poland – Portugal – Romania – Russia – San Marino – Serbia – Slovakia – Slovenia, Spain – Sweden – Switzerland – Syria – Tajikistan – Tunisia – Turkmenistan – Turkey – United Kingdom – Ukraine – Uzbekistan – Vatican State
  • Pan-Asia: Afghanistan – Australia – Bangladesh – Bhutan – Brunei – Cambodia – Cook Islands – East Timor – Fiji – Federated States of Micronesia – French Polynesia – Guam – Hong Kong – India – Indonesia – Kiribati Islands – Laos – Macau – Malaysia – Maldives – Marshall Islands – Mongolia – Myanmar – Nauru – New Caledonia – Nepal – Niue – North Korea – North Mariana Islands – Pakistan – Papua New Guinea – Palau – Philippines – Pitcairn Islands – Samoa – Singapore – Solomon Islands – South Korea – Sri Lanka – Taiwan – Thailand – Tonga – Tuvalu – Vanuatu – Vietnam
  • Indian Sub-Continent: India – Bangladesh – Bhutan – Myanmar – Nepal – Pakistan – Sri Lanka

Highlights will be available on the following networks:

  • New Zealand – Country TV
  • Europe, Middle East and North Africa, Asia Pacific (including Australia and New Zealand), Latin America – CNBC
  • Pan-Africa – SuperSport: Angola – Benin – Botswana – Burkina Faso – Burundi – Cameroon – Cape Verde – Central African Republic – Chad – Comoros Islands – Congo – Democratic Republic of Congo – Djibouti – Equatorial Guinea – Eritrea – Ethiopia – Gabon – Gambia – Ghana – Guinea – Guinea Bissau – Ivory Coast – Kenya – Lesotho – Liberia – Madagascar – Malawi – Mali – Mauritania – Mauritius – Mayotte – Mozambique – Namibia – Niger – Nigeria – Reunion – Rwanda – Sao Tome and Principe – Senegal – Seychelles – Sierra Leone – Socotra – Somalia (including Somaliland) -South Africa – St Helena and Ascension – Sudan – South Sudan – Swaziland – Tanzania – Togo – Uganda – Zimbabwe – Zambia
  • Japan – The Green Channel
  • Africa (7 countries) – Azam: Tanzania, Kenya, Uganda, Rwanda, Burundi, Malawi, Zimbabwe
  • Venezuela – LaTeleTuya
  • Asia-Pacific – ABU (Asia-Pacific Broadcasting Union)

FEI World Championships for Eventing: [Website] [Definite Entries] [FEI TV] [ EN’s Ultimate Guide ] [EN’s Form Guide] [Timing & Scoring] [Daily Digest Email] [EN’s Coverage]

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