Where to watch Winter Olympics on TV: UK channel, how to live stream, Beijing 2022 highlights - curling, luge

The 2022 Winter Olympics is here with Team GB in curling action days before the opening ceremony

The 2021 Tokyo Summer Olympics proved to be a fantastic distraction from a year of lockdowns and restrictions.

The world came together in support of Simone Biles’ mental health admission, while Great Britain cheered on the likes of Tom Daley and Adam Peaty to their gold medals.

Now we will once again unite as the 2022 Beijing Winter Olympics kicks off in February.

The tournament will bring us a jam packed schedule of competitive winter sports, and here is how you can watch it all in the UK.

When is the 2022 Winter Olympics?

The Games will begin on Friday 4th February 2022 with the opening ceremony and will run until Sunday 20th February 2022.

How to watch 2022 Winter Olympics

Rights for the UK coverage have been split between the BBC and Eurosport.

BBC One and BBC Two will provide over 300 hours of live coverage of events, running across the two channels from 6am to 12pm, followed by highlights and replays for the rest of the day.

A livestream will also be available through BBC iPlayer and the Red Button.

However, Discovery have earned the majority share of broadcast rights.

You can watch their live coverage through the Eurosport App or Discovery+.

A Eurosport online subscription costs £6.99 per month or you can stream it for £7.99 via Amazon Prime.

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