The Hundred is now well underway, with the Oval Invincibles off to a strong start in this ten-team tournament featuring both local stars and international players for the men’s and women’s teams. If you want to catch the rest of the matches, then we have everything you need to know.
Find out here what time matches will be kicking off in your area, and what channels you’ll need to tune in. We also have an article for how to watch the biggest events in the Tokyo 2020 Olympics, and how to watch the Olympics in 4K.
How to watch The Hundred matches
Coverage for The Hundred is available across both Sky Sports and BBC, but sadly the BBC will only have rights to 18 matches, which will air on BBC Two and BBC iPlayer. These matches are marked in italics in the list below.
If you’d like unrestricted access to all the matches on your TV, then you can add Sky Sports to your premium TV package and watch the matches either on Sky Sports The Hundred or Sky Sports Mix. Alternatively, you can gain access to the latter by signing up for a flexible Now Sports membership.
This is a streaming subscription that you can cancel at any time – perfect if you only want to watch the tournament. This costs £33.99 per month, and you can sign up on the website.
The Sky Sports cricket YouTube channel is also livestreaming a significant number of the matches entirely for free. This is the best option for international viewers where Sky isn’t available. If for some reason the stream is geo-locked, you can bypass this with the help of a VPN.
VPNs (virtual private networks) reroute your IP address so you can browse the internet as if you’re based in another country. For the best performance and pricing, we recommend either NordVPN or Surfshark, though you can check out more options in our list of the best VPNs for streaming.
Once you’ve downloaded your VPN provider, simply connect to a UK server to watch the YouTube stream if it’s not available in your country or use it to sign up for Now from abroad.
What dates are the matches?
Here’s the full schedule of matches that have yet to air in The Hundred tournament. All times are in BST (British Standard Time):
Tuesday 27 July
Welsh Fire v Southern Brave, Sophia Gardens
Wednesday 28 July
Manchester Originals v Northern Superchargers, Emirates Old Trafford
Thursday 29 July
London Spirit v Trent Rockets, Lord’s
Friday 30 July
Southern Brave v Birmingham Phoenix, Ageas Bowl
Saturday 31 July
Welsh Fire v Manchester Originals, Sophia Gardens
Northern Superchargers v Oval Invincibles, Emerald Headingley
Sunday 1 August
Birmingham Phoenix v Trent Rockets, Edgbaston
London Spirit v Southern Brave, Lord’s
Monday 2 August
Oval Invincibles v Welsh Fire, Kia Oval
Tuesday 3 August
London Spirit v Northern Superchargers, Lord’s
Wednesday 4 August
Birmingham Phoenix v Oval Invincibles, Edgbaston
Thursday 5 August
Manchester Originals v Southern Brave, Emirates Old Trafford
Friday 6 August
Welsh Fire v Trent Rockets, Sophia Gardens
Saturday 7 August
Southern Brave v Northern Superchargers, Ageas Bowl
Sunday 8 August
Oval Invincibles v Trent Rockets, Kia Oval
Monday 9 August
Birmingham Phoenix v Welsh Fire, Edgbaston
Tuesday 10 August
Manchester Originals v London Spirit, Emirates Old Trafford
Wednesday 11 August
Southern Brave v Welsh Fire, Ageas Bowl
Thursday 12 August
Northern Superchargers v Manchester Originals, Emerald Headingley
Friday 13 August
Trent Rockets v Birmingham Phoenix, Trent Bridge
Saturday 14 August
Oval Invincibles v London Spirit, Kia Oval
Sunday 15th August
Trent Rockets v Manchester Originals, Trent Bridge
Monday 16 August
Southern Brave v Oval Invincibles, Ageas Bowl
Tuesday 17 August
Northern Superchargers v Birmingham Phoenix, Emerald Headingley
Wednesday 18 August
Welsh Fire v London Spirit, Sophia Gardens
Friday 20 August
Eliminators – Women and Men
Saturday 21 August
Finals – Women and Men