Sony Ten Live Streaming

Sony Ten Live TV Channel

Sony Ten live streaming is the second-best source after star sports to watch any games in India. Indian Sports channel Sony Ten was founded in 2002 and owned by Sony Picture Networks, which includes several Sports channels such as Sony Ten 1, Sony Ten 2, Sony Ten 3.

Sony Ten Networks broadcast Cricket, football, basketball, MMA, Tennis, and Wrestling events such as Smackdown and Monday Night Raw.

 

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If we moved back a little in 2016, we came to know that Sony Picture Networks has purchased the rights for the Ten Sports in Pakistan. Sony has further launched almost nine different sports channel that has broadcasting right all over the world, including Pakistan, Australia, England, South Africa, and Sri Lanka. Here below we have mentioned all the TV channels owned by Sony Sports.

1. Sony Ten 1

2. Sony Ten 1 HD

3. Sony Ten 2

4. Sony Ten 2 HD

5. Sony Ten 3

6. Sony Ten 3 HD

7. Sony Ten Golf

Not only Sony Ten but also Sony ESPN and Six are also part of the Sony Sports Network. Ten Sports are also part of Sony Sports, which is working separately in Pakistan but still owned by the SPN.

 

Sony Ten 1

Sony Ten 1 HD live has purchased the rights of WWE, which includes Monday Night Raw, SmackDown, NXT, and other main events of wrestling. Apart from that, it also broadcast tennis, which majorly focuses on the Australian Open Tournament, ATP, Horse racing, Volleyball, NBA, and Moto GP racing.

 

Sony Ten 2

The main focus of Sony Ten 2 live is football, as it broadcasts all the matches of football leagues, including UEFA champions league, UEFA Europa Leagues, UEFA Super Cup, LA Lila league, and other football matches.  And now UFC will also be streamed live on Sony Ten 2 HD.

 

Sony Ten 3

Indian Sports Channel Sony Ten 3 HD live all the live cricket streaming matches of cricket tournaments and leagues, which includes, Cricket World Cup, T20 World Cup, U19 World Cup, and other cricket series of Pakistan, England, Australia, South Africa, and Sri Lanka.

 

Sony Ten Golf

As its name tells us that Sony Ten Golf live focuses all the major golf playing all over the world, but sadly, this channel was closed at the end of 2018, which means you cannot watch Sony Golf now.

 

Sony Ten Live IPL 2022

Sony Ten Network has three sister channels, Sony Ten 1, Sony Ten 2, Sony Ten 3. Sony Ten bagged the official rights of the Indian Premier League – IPL 2022. Sony Ten broadcast the live coverage of IPL 15 live in India and its subcontinent; all the 75 matches of the Indian Premier League – IPL 2022 will be telecast live in HD.

  • March 26: Chennai Super Kings vs Kolkata Knight Riders – Wankhede Stadium – 7.30 PM
  • March 27: Delhi Capitals vs Mumbai Indians – CCI -3.30 PM
  • March 27: Punjab Kings vs Royal Challengers Bangalore – DY Patil Stadium – 7.30 PM
  • March 28: Gujarat Titans vs Lucknow Super Giants – Wankhede Stadium – 7.30 PM
  • March 29: Sunrisers Hyderabad vs Rajasthan Royals – MCA Stadium, Pune – 7.30 PM
  • March 30: Royal Challengers Bangalore vs Kolkata Knight Riders – DY Patil stadium, 7.30 PM
  • March 31: Lucknow Super Giants vs Chennai Super Kings – CCI – 7.30 PM
  • April 1: Kolkata Knight Riders vs Punjab Kings – Wankhede Stadium – 7.30 PM
  • April 2: Mumbai Indians vs Rajasthan Royals – DY Patil Stadium – 3.30 PM
  • April 2: Gujarat Titans vs Delhi Capitals – MCA Stadium Pune – 7.30 PM
  • April 3: Chennai Super Kings vs Punjab Kings – CCI – 7.30 PM
  • April 4: Sunrisers Hyderabad vs Lucknow Super Giants – DY Patil stadium – 7.30 PM
  • April 5: Rajasthan Royals vs Royal Challengers Bangalore – Wankhede Stadium – 7.30 PM
  • April 6: Kolkata Knight Riders vs Mumbai Indians – MCA Stadium, Pune – 7.30 PM
  • April 7: Lucknow Super Giants vs Delhi Capitals – DY Patil stadium – 7.30 PM
  • April 8: Punjab Kings Gujarat Titans – CCI – 7.30 PM
  • April 9: Chennai Super Kings vs Sunrisers Hyderabad – DY Patil stadium – 3.30 PM
  • April 9: Royal Challengers Bangalore vs Mumbai Indians – MCA Stadium, Pune – 7.30 PM
  • April 10: Kolkata Knight Riders vs Delhi Capitals – CCI – 3.30 PM
  • April 10: Rajasthan Royals vs Lucknow Super Giants – Wankhede – 7.30 PM
  • April 11: Sunrisers Hyderabad vs Gujarat Titans – DY Patil Stadium – 7.30 PM
  • April 12: Chennai Super Kings vs Royal Challengers Bangalore – DY Patil Stadium – 7.30 PM
  • April 13: Mumbai Indians vs Punjab Kings – MCA Stadium, Pune 7.30 PM
  • April 14: Rajasthan Royals vs Gujarat Titans – DY Patil Stadium – 7.30 PM
  • April 15: Sunrisers Hyderabad vs Kolkata Knight Riders – CCI – 7.30 PM
  • April 16: Mumbai Indians vs Lucknow Super Giants – CCI – 3.30 PM
  • April 16: Delhi Capitals vs Royal Challengers Bangalore – Wankhede – 7.30 PM
  • April 17: Punjab Kings vs Sunrisers Hyderabad – DY Patil Stadium – 3.30 PM
  • April 17: Gujarat Titans vs Chennai Super Kings – MCA stadium, Pune – 7.30 PM
  • April 18: Rajasthan Royals vs Kolkata Knight Riders – CCI – 7.30 PM
  • April 19: Lucknow Super Giants vs Royal Challengers Bangalore – DY Patil Stadium – 7.30 PM
  • April 20: Delhi Capitals vs Punjab Kings – MCA Stadium, Pune – 7.30 PM
  • April 21: Mumbai Indians vs Chennai Super Kings – DY Patil Stadium, 7.30 PM
  • April 22: Delhi Capitals vs Rajasthan Royals – MCA Stadium Pune, 7.30 PM
  • April 23: Kolkata Knight Riders vs Gujarat Titans – DY Patil stadium, 3.30 PM
  • April 23: Royal Challengers Bangalore vs Sunrisers Hyderabad – CCI – 7.30 PM
  • April 24: Lucknow Super Giants vs Mumbai Indians – Wankhede – 7.30 PM
  • April 25: Punjab Kings vs Chennai Super Kings – Wankhede – 7.30 PM
  • April 26: Royal Challengers Bangalore vs Rajasthan Royals – MCA Stadium Pune, 7.30 PM
  • April 27: Gujarat Titans vs Sunrisers Hyderabad – Wankhede – 7.30 PM
  • April 28: Delhi Capitals vs Kolkata Knight Riders – Wankhede – 7.30 PM
  • April 29: Punjab Kings vs Lucknow Super Giants – MCA Stadium, Pune – 7.30 PM
  • April 30: Gujarat Titans vs Royal Challengers Bangalore, CCI – 3.30 PM
  • April 30: Rajasthan Royals vs Mumbai Indians – DY Patil Stadium, 7.30 PM
  • May 1: Delhi Capitals vs Lucknow Super Giants – Wankhede – 3.30 PM
  • May 1: Sunrisers Hyderabad vs Chennai Super Kings – MCA Stadium, Pune 7.30 PM
  • May 2: Kolkata Knight Riders vs Rajasthan Royals – Wankhede – 7.30 PM
  • May 3: Gujarat Titans vs Punjab Kings – DY Patil Stadium – 7.30 PM
  • May 4: Royal Challengers Bangalore vs Chennai Super Kings – MCA Stadium, Pune, 7.30 PM
  • May 5: Delhi Capitals vs Sunrisers Hyderabad – CCI -7.30 PM
  • May 6: Gujarat Titans vs Mumbai Indians – CCI – 7.30 PM
  • May 7: Punjab Kings vs Rajasthan Royals – Wankhede – 3.30 PM
  • May 7: Lucknow Super Giants vs Kolkata Knight Riders – MCA Stadium, Pune – 7.30 PM
  • May 8: Sunrisers Hyderabad vs Royal Challengers Bangalore – Wankhede – 3.30 PM
  • May 8: Chennai Super Kings vs Delhi Capitals – DY Patil Stadium – 7.30 PM
  • May 9: Mumbai Indians vs Kolkata Knight Riders – DY Patil Stadium – 7.30 PM
  • May 10: Lucknow Super Giants vs Gujarat Titans – MCA Stadium, Pune – 7.30 PM
  • May 11: Rajasthan Royals vs Delhi Capitals – DY Patil Stadium, 7.30 PM
  • May 12: Chennai Super Kings vs Mumbai Indians – Wankhede – 7.30 PM
  • May 13: Royal Challengers Bangalore vs Punjab Kings – CCI – 7.30 PM
  • May 14: Kolkata Knight Riders vs Sunrisers Hyderabad – MCA Stadium, Pune – 7.30 PM
  • May 15: Chennai Super Kings vs Gujarat Titans – Wankhede – 3.30 PM
  • May 15: Lucknow Super Giants vs Rajasthan Royals – CCI – 7.30 PM
  • May 16: Punjab Kings vs Delhi Capitals – DY Patil Stadium, 7.30 PM
  • May 17: Mumbai Indians vs Sunrisers Hyderabad – Wankhede – 7.30 PM
  • May 18: Kolkata Knight Riders vs Lucknow Super Giants – DY Patil Stadium, 7.30 PM
  • May 19: Royal Challengers Bangalore vs Gujarat Titans – Wankhede – 7.30 PM
  • May 20: Rajasthan Royals vs Chennai Super Kings – CCI – 7.30 PM
  • May 21: Mumbai Indians vs Delhi Capitals – Wankhede – 7.30 PM
  • May 22: Sunrisers Hyderabad vs Punjab Kings – Wankhede – 7.30 PM

 

Sony Ten Live T20 World Cup 2022

Cricket fans in India can watch the ICC T20 World Cup 2022 live on Sony Ten Network, as Sony Ten holds the official rights for the tournament. Australia to host the T20 WC 2022 where they will defend their title against some of the top class teams in the world.

 

Round 1 qualifiers

  • Oct. 16 – Sri Lanka vs Namibia – 9:30am – Kardinia Park, Geelong
  • Oct. 16 – Q2 vs Q3 – 1:30pm – Kardinia Park, Geelong
  • Oct. 17 – West Indies vs Scotland – 9:30am – Bellerive Oval, Hobart
  • Oct. 17 — Q1 vs Q4 – 1:30pm – Bellerive Oval, Hobart
  • Oct. 18 – Namibia vs Q3 – 9:30am – Kardinia Park, Geelong
  • Oct. 18 – Sri Lanka vs Q2 – 1:30pm – Kardinia Park, Geelong
  • Oct. 19 – Scotland vs Q4 – 9:30am – Bellerive Oval, Hobart
  • Oct. 19 – West Indies vs Q1 -1:30pm – Bellerive Oval, Hobart
  • Oct. 20 – Sri Lanka vs Q3 – 9:30am – Kardinia Park, Geelong
  • Oct. 20 – Namibia vs Q2 – 1:30 -pm – Kardinia Park, Geelong
  • Oct. 21 – West Indies vs Q4 – 9:30am – Bellerive Oval, Hobart
  • Oct. 21 – Scotland vs Q1 – 1:30pm – Bellerive Oval, Hobart

 

Super 12

 

Group 1 fixtures

  • Oct. 22 – Australia vs New Zealand – 12:30pm – SCG, Sydney
  • Oct. 22 – England vs Afghanistan – 4:30pm – Perth Stadium
  • Oct. 23 – A1 vs B2 – 9:30am – Bellerive Oval, Hobart
  • Oct. 25 – Australia vs A1 – 4:30pm – Perth Stadium
  • Oct. 26 – England vs B2 – 9:30am – MCG, Melbourne
  • Oct. 26 – New Zealand vs Afghanistan – 1:30pm – MCG, Melbourne
  • Oct. 28 – Afghanistan vs B2 – 9:30am – MCG, Melbourne
  • Oct. 28 – England vs Australia – 1:30pm – MCG, Melbourne
  • Oct. 29 – New Zealand vs A1 – 1:30pm – SCG, Sydney
  • Oct. 31 – Australia vs B2 – 1:30pm – The Gabba, Brisbane
  • Nov. 1 – Afghanistan vs A1 – 9:30am – The Gabba, Brisbane
  • Nov. 1 – England vs New Zealand- 1:30pm – The Gabba, Brisbane
  • Nov. 4 – New Zealand vs B2 – 9:30am – Adelaide Oval, Adelaide
  • Nov. 4 – Australia vs Afghanistan – 1:30pm – Adelaide Oval, Adelaide
  • Nov. 5 – England vs A1 – 1:30pm – SCG, Sydney

 

Group 2 fixtures

  • Oct. 23 – India vs Pakistan – 1:30pm – MCG, Melbourne
  • Oct. 24 – Bangladesh vs A2 – 9:30am – Bellerive Oval, Hobart
  • Oct. 24 – South Africa vs B1 – 1:30pm – Bellerive Oval, Hobart
  • Oct. 27 – South Africa vs Bangladesh – 8:30am – SCG, Sydney
  • Oct. 27 – India vs A2 – 12:30pm – SCG, Sydney
  • Oct. 27 – Pakistan vs B1 – 4:30pm – Perth Stadium, Perth
  • Oct. 30 – Bangladesh vs B1 – 8:30am – The Gabba, Brisbane
  • Oct. 30 – Pakistan vs A2 – 12:30pm – Perth Stadium, Perth
  • Oct. 30 – India vs South Africa – 4:30pm – Perth Stadium, Perth
  • Nov. 2 – B1 vs A2 – 9:30am – Adelaide Oval, Adelaide
  • Nov. 2 – India vs Bangladesh – 1:30pm – Adelaide Oval, Adelaide
  • Nov. 3 – Pakistan vs South Africa – 1:30pm – SCG, Sydney
  • Nov. 6 – South Africa vs A2 – 5:30am – Adelaide Oval, Adelaide
  • Nov. 6 – Pakistan vs Bangladesh – 9:30am – Adelaide Oval, Adelaide
  • Nov. 6 – India vs B1 – 1:30pm – MCG, Melbourne

 

Knockouts

  • Nov 9 – Semifinal 1 – 1:30pm – SCG, Sydney
  • Nov 10 – Semifinal 2 – 1:30pm – Adelaide Oval, Adelaide
  • Nov 13 – Final – 1:30pm – MCG, Melbourne