Hockey World Cup 2018: When And Where To Watch Live Telecast, Live Streaming
The Hockey World Cup 2018 begins with an opening ceremony on November 27 at the Kalinga Stadium in Bhubaneswar.
- The Hockey World Cup 2018 begins with an opening ceremony
- India will look forward to winning their second world title
- India are ranked fifth in the world
At the Hockey World Cup 2018, India will look forward to winning their second world title under Manpreet Singh's charge, having won the coveted title only in 1975, under the captaincy of Ajit Pal Singh. India, who are ranked fifth in the world, have shown massive signs of improvement, which is why there's excitement in hockey fans yet again. In the recent past, India reached the final of the Champions Trophy where they lost to hockey powerhouses Australia 3-1 in a shoot-off after both teams were locked at 1-1 in regulation time. If India have to break their World Cup jinx, they will have to get the better of the likes of two-time defending champions Australia, the Netherlands, Germany and Olympic champions Argentina.
Where is the Hockey World Cup 2018 being played?
All the matches will be played at the Kalinga Stadium in Bhubaneswar.
When are India's games and what time do they begin?
Here's the list of India's Pool C matches:
November 28, 19:00: India vs South Africa.
December 2, 19:00: India vs Belgium
December 8, 19:00: India vs Canada
Which TV channel will broadcast the Hockey World Cup 2018?
The entire tournament will be broadcast on the Star Sports Network. Along with that, Doordarshan also has the broadcasting rights.
How do I watch the live streaming of the Hockey World Cup 2018?
The live streaming will happen on the official YouTube channel of International Hockey Federation (FIH). The live streaming will also happen on Hotstar. For live updates, you can follow sports.ndtv.com.
November 28, 2018
17:00 Belgium VS Canada
19:00 India VS South Africa
November 29, 2018
17:00 Argentina VS Spain
19:00 New Zealand VS France
November 30, 2018
17:00 Australia VS Ireland
19:00 England VS China
December 1, 2018
17:00 Netherlands VS Malaysia
19:00 Germany VS Pakistan
December 2, 2018
17:00 Canada VS South Africa
19:00 India VS Belgium
December 3, 2018
17:00 Spain VS France
19:00 New Zealand VS Argentina
December 4, 2018
17:00 England VS Australia
19:00 Ireland VS China
December 5, 2018
17:00 Germany VS Netherlands
19:00 Malaysia VS Pakistan
December 6, 2018
17:00 Spain VS New Zealand
19:00 Argentina VS France
December 7, 2018
17:00 Australia VS China
19:00 Ireland VS England
December 8, 2018
17:00 Belgium VS South Africa
19:00 Canada VS India
December 9, 2018
17:00 Malaysia VS Germany
19:00 Netherlands VS Pakistan
December 10, 2018
16:45 2nd Pool A VS 3rd Pool B (25)
19:00 2nd Pool B VS 3rd Pool A (26)
December 11, 2018
16:45 2nd Pool C VS 3rd Pool B (27)
19:00 2nd Pool B VS 3rd Pool A (28)
December 12, 2018
16:45 1st Pool A VS Winner 26 (29)
19:00 1st Pool B VS Winner 25 (30)
December 13, 2018
16:45 1st Pool C VS Winner 28 (31)
19:00 1st Pool D VS Winner 27 (32)
December 15, 2018
16:00 Winner 29 VS Winner 32 (33)
18:39 Winner 30 VS Winner 31 (34)
December 16, 2018
16:30 Bronze Medal match Loser 33 VS Loser 34
19:00 Gold Medal Match Winner 33 VS Winner 34