Where Can I Watch the Barcelona Final?

Where Can I Watch the Barcelona Final?

Don’t miss a moment of this week’s exciting Longines FEI Jumping Nations Cup™ Final as the world’s best go head-to-head for glory in Barcelona.

Olympic and World champions Sweden will be pursuing yet another major title, with 2021 winners The Netherlands and European champions Switzerland also in the running.

 Big names from Mexico, Argentina, Brazil and Canada will ensure a global feel to this thrilling event, which runs from Thursday (Sep 29) to Sunday (Oct 2). Hosts Spain, as well as Belgium, France, Germany, Great Britain, Ireland and Norway complete the 14-nation line-up.

Martin Fuchs, Steve Guerdat, European champion Andre Thieme and Spain's home favourite Eduardo Alvarez Aznar will all be there. So too will the deadly Dutch duo of Maikel van der Vleuten and Beauville.

The CSIO Barcelona begins with the first qualifying round on Thursday. The top eight teams will go directly to the Final on Sunday (Oct 2), while the remaining teams will compete for the Longines Challenge Cup on Saturday night (Oct 1). The schedule is here.

Of course, it’s live in its entirety on FEI TV, so head there for great coverage, highlights and analysis from Thursday’s first round to Sunday’s exciting finale.

FEI TV coverage will be led by commentator Phil Ghazala and co-commentator Jessica Kuerten, the two-time Olympic athlete.

Here’s how to view the Longines FEI Jumping Nations Cup™ Final from your country…

Pan-European: Eurosport (Highlights)

Pan-Asia: Eurosport (Highlights)

Belgium: Hippo TV (NTV) (Highlights)

Dubai: Dubai TV (Live)

Mexico: Sky Mexico (Live)

Mexico: Claro Sports (Highlights)

New Zealand: Country TV (Highlights)

Portugal: Sport TV (Highlights)

South Africa: Supersport (Highlights)

Spain: RTVE (Live + Highlights)

Sweden: SVT (Live)

USA: CBS (Delayed Live)

Venezuela: LaTeleTuya (Highlights)

Source: FEI