Tokyo 2020: Ways to watch

By 23rd July 2021News

The best way to be able to guarantee that you don’t miss a second of live boxing is on the Discovery+ App.

The Discovery+ App provide will coverage of every single bout over the course of the next two weeks starting from tomorrow (Saturday 24th July) with action getting underway from 02.55am UK Time.

You can also watch action from any of other sport via the Discovery+ app which is available via mobile devices, tablets, smart TVs and laptops/computers.

A subscription to Discovery+ will cost £6.99 a month which can be cancelled after your first month. Details can be found here.

If you are a Sky Q customer, you are able to access Discovery+ for 12 months completely FREE as part of your package. For ways to find out how to activate this, click here.


Alternatively, the Olympics will be shown on both BBC and Eurosport however there is no guarantee that they will show the early stages of the boxing as it is dependent on what other action is LIVE at the time.

A full list of BBC’s schedule can be found here.

Keep an eye on our social media if this changes.


Another way to keep up to date with the action is by listening to BBC Radio 5 Live with Steve Bunce.


Below is a full list of each boxer and their potential route to the final.

Click the boxer’s name to access the draw sheet.



 Flyweight 51kg – Charley Davison

Featherweight 57kg – Karriss Artingstall

Lightweight 60kg – Caroline Dubois

Middleweight 75kg – Lauren Price



 Flyweight 52kg – Galal Yafai

Featherweight 57kg – Peter McGrail

Lightweight 63kg – Luke McCormack

Welterweight 69kg – Pat McCormack

Light-heavyweight 81kg – Ben Whittaker

Heavyweight 91kg – Cheavon Clarke

Super-heavyweight 91kg+ – Frazer Clarke

To see the full Olympic boxing schedule, click here.

Stay tuned across our social media during games time for updates, results and flash quotes.

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