Asian Games China 2023 sports and new games list, schedule, start date, time table, live streaming telecast in India

Asian Games China 2023 sports and new games list, schedule, start date, time table, live streaming telecast in India

Here is all you need to know about the Asian Games Hangzhou 2023, its schedule and live streaming and broadcasting details along with the sports list this year

In Hangzhou, People’s Republic of China, one of the biggest multisport events in the planet is taking place. At the 19th Asian Games, which were initially scheduled for 2022 but were moved up owing to the Covid-19 pandemic, thousands of athletes from all around Asia would come together to participate in 481 events.

Asian Games China 2023 sports and games list, schedule, start date, time table, live streaming telecast in India where to watch

The Opening Ceremony is scheduled for Saturday, September 23, but competition in eight sports will start earlier on September 19. Then, the Games continue for a further 15 days until the Closing Ceremony on Sunday, October 8.

There are quota spots available in the nine disciplines of archery, artistic swimming, boxing, breaking, hockey, modern pentathlon, sailing, tennis, and water polo, and those competitions will also act as Olympic qualifiers.


There will still be notable athletes competing, including Neeraj Chopra, Mutaz Barshim, Pan Zhanle, and Hwang Sun-woo in swimming, even if the Asian Games in 2023 take place near the end of many summer sports seasons. Furthermore, because badminton and table tennis are mainly Asian-dominated sports, the best players in the world will still be competing there.

When and where will the Asian Games 2023 take place?

The Asian Games 2023 will take place from September 23 and will run until October 9 at Hangzhou, People’s Republic of China.


Hangzhou 2022 Asian Games in 2023: Paris 2024 quotas on offer

Six in archery, ten in artistic swimming, 34 in boxing, two in breaking, two in hockey, ten in modern pentathlon, six in sailing, two in tennis, and two in water polo are among the 74 Paris 2024 Olympic quotas that need to be secured during the 19th Asian Games.

The best finisher(s) in these sports and events will be awarded a quota spot by name or for their National Olympic Committee (NOC) for the Olympic Games in Paris 2024 this summer. Athletes’ participation in the Paris Games, however, depends on their NOC choosing them to represent their delegation at Paris 2024, as NOCs have the exclusive authority for the representation of their respective NOC teams at the Olympic Games.

Asian Games Hangzhou 2022 in 2023

  • Opening Ceremony: 23 September
  • Aquatics
    Artistic Swimming: 6–8 October
    Diving: 30 September–4 October
    Marathon Swimming: 6–7 October
    Swimming: 24–29 September
    Water Polo: 25 September–7 October
  • Archery: 1–7 October
  • Athletics: 29 September–5 October
  • Badminton: 28 September–7 October
  • Baseball/Softball
    Baseball: 26 September–7 October
    Softball: 26 September–2 October
  • Basketball
    3X3: 25 September–1 October
    Basketball: 26 September–6 October
  • Boxing: 24 September–5 October
  • Breaking: 6–7 October
  • Canoe/Kayak
    Slalom: 5–7 October
    Sprint: 30 September–3 October
  • Cricket: 19–25 September (women’s) and 27 September–7 October (men’s)
  • Cycling
    BMX Racing: 1 October
    Mountain Bike: 25 September
    Road: 3–5 October
    Track: 26–29 September
  • Dragon Boat: 4–6 October
  • Equestrian: 26 September–6 October
  • Fencing: 24–29 September
  • Football: 19 September–7 October
  • Golf: 28 September–1 October
  • Gymnastics
    Artistic Gymnastics: 24–29 September
    Rhythmic Gymnastics: 6–7 October
    Trampoline Gymnastics: 2–3 October
  • Handball: 24 September–5 October
  • Hockey: 24 September–7 October
  • Judo: 24–27 September
  • Kabbadi: 2–7 October
  • Martial Arts
    Ju-jitsu: 5–7 October
    Karate: 5–8 October
    Kurash: 30 September–2 October
  • Mind Sports
    Bridge: 27 September–6 October
    Chess: 24 September–7 October
    Esports: 24 September–2 October
    Go: 24 September–3 October
    Xiangqi: 28 September–7 October
  • Modern Pentathlon: 20–24 September
  • Roller Sports
    Roller Skating: 30 September–7 October
    Skateboarding: 24–27 September
  • Rowing: 20–25 September
  • Rugby Sevens: 24–26 September
  • Sailing: 21–27 September
  • Sepaktakraw: 24 September–7 October
  • Shooting: 24 September–1 October
  • Soft Tennis: 3–7 October
  • Sport Climbing: 3–7 October
  • Squash: 26 September–5 October
  • Table tennis: 22 September–2 October
  • Taekwondo: 24–28 September
  • Tennis: 24–30 September
  • Triathlon: 29 September–2 October
  • Volleyball
    Beach Volleyball: 19–28 September
    Volleyball: 19–26 September (men’s) and 30 September–7 October (women’s)
  • Weightlifting: 30 September–7 October
  • Wrestling: 4–7 October
  • Wushu: 24–28 September
  • Closing Ceremony: 8 October

Asian Games Hangzhou 2022 in 2023 live streaming and broadcasting details: How to watch?

You can watch the 2022 Asian Games on TV or stream them on-demand through the broadcasters’ on-demand services in 2023 by tuning into their various TV broadcasts. On the list are:

  • CCTV in China
  • TBS in Japan
  • Sony LIV (Sony Sports Network) in India
  • MediaCorp Channel 5 and in Singapore
  • MNCTV, RCTI, iNews TV, and Vision+ in Indonesia
  • KBS, MBC, SBS, and TV Chosun in the Republic of Korea
  • RTM and Astro in Malaysia