Women’s Asia Cup 2022: When And Where To Watch, Live Streaming And TV Broadcast Details

The Women’s Asia Cup will start on October 1st. The entire event will happen at the Sylhet International Cricket Stadium and Sylhet Outer Cricket Stadium in Bangladesh. Here, we take a look at the streaming and TV broadcast details of the Women’s Asia Cup 2022.

India will be the favourites to lift the trophy. The likes of Harmanpreet Kaur and Smriti Mandhana did well against England. If players such as Shafali Verma hit form, India will become a stronger unit.

Which TV Channel will telecast the Women’s Asia Cup 2022 in India?

The Star Sports Network has confirmed that the upcoming Women’s Asia Cup will be available on its platform. While Star Sports TV Channels will telecast the event on TV, Disney+Hotstar will be available as the OTT option for digital live streaming.


The Men’s Asia Cup was a massive success as it produced numerous close encounters. The expectations will be the same from the upcoming campaign involving the women’s teams.

Which TV Channel will telecast the Women’s Asia Cup 2022 in Pakistan and Sri Lanka?

A lot of fans across Asia will be keen to witness the tournament. So far, though, there is no official news on the broadcasting details for nations outside India.

That said, it is likely that the channels that streamed the Men’s Asia Cup will also bring the action from the women’s edition of the tournament. Hence, PTV Sports in Pakistan, SLRC Channel Eye in Sri Lanka and Gazi TV in Bangladesh are likely to broadcast the event. However, fans will need to check the latest updates on the official Twitter account of the respective cricket boards for relevant information.


When will the Women’s Asia Cup start?

The matches would start on October 1st. Almost every day, two games will happen. The final will be played on October 15th. In India, the matches will begin at 8:30 AM and 1:00 PM. In Bangladesh, the encounters will begin at 9:00 AM and 1:30 PM.

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