What’s the most grueling sport in the world? Yep, it’s water polo. Just hearing the rules of the game will leave you feeling relieved that you’re not competing at an Olympic level. But if you enjoy viewing ultra-demanding sports, then you’ll want to know where to watch a water polo live stream for all the the Tokyo Olympics 2020 action. Read on for all your options, including how to watch for free in some countries.Live stream water polo at 2020 Olympics
Dates:Saturday, July 24 - Sunday August 8
Venue:Tatsumi Water Polo Center
FREE live streams: BBC iPlayer (UK) | 7Plus (AUS) | Peacock FREE trial (US)
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The Hungarian men’s water polo team is the most successful in the Olympics, with nine gold medals so far. But at the Olympics 2016, it was Serbia that clinched gold in water polo. The Serbian team has been improving consistently, and they’ve won medals since 2008.
Sportsnet, CBC, TLN, and TSN are broadcasting the Tokyo Olympics in Canada. Cable subscribers can catch the games through any of these channels.
If you don’t have cable, you’ll have to subscribe to Sportsnet’s, CBC’s, or TSN’s online streaming services to view the games. TSN’s and Sportsnet’s streaming services cost CAD 19.99/month, but CBC provides free streaming. TLN doesn’t have a streaming service as of this writing.
Want to watch your coverage from abroad? Then don't forget that using a VPN is a great way to watch coverage overseas.
As we mentioned previously, Australia’s Channel 7 is broadcasting the Olympics for free. Channel 7 has exclusive broadcasting rights, and you’ll find the events airing on 7Mate and 7Two. Cord-cutters can try 7plus, Channel 7’s streaming service, which can be run on iOS, Android, web browsers, Fire TV, and other devices.
Not in Australia? Use a VPN if you're away from home, in order to tap into your local Olympics coverage.
If you're not in one of these countries, don't worry - the Olympics are being shown in most places around the world, though you might not luck out with free streaming and coverage levels vary considerably by location.
You can check what's on offer where you are with the help of the dedicated Wikipedia page of all of the world's Olympic Games channels.