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Where and how to watch Formula E in 2024 and the Tokyo E-Prix in your country

All you need to know for how to watch, stream and follow Formula E and the action live from the 2024 Tokyo E-Prix.

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Japan gets set to make its debut on the Formula E calendar with the inaugural Tokyo E-Prix, with a race against the stunning backdrop of the modern metropolis.

Schedule for Round 5, the 2024 Tokyo E-Prix

The Tokyo E-Prix gets underway on Friday 29 March with Free Practice 1 at 16:30 local time.

WATCH: How to watch or stream Formula E's Tokyo E-Prix where you are

Then it's on to race day on Saturday 30 March as Free Practice 2 kicks off the day at 08:00 local, qualifying follows at 10:20 local with lights out on Round 4 at 15:00 local/06:00 UTC.

View the full schedule in your time zone and check the broadcaster listings or tap the Ways to Watch button above to find out where to watch all the racing action where you live.

Where to watch the Tokyo E-Prix in Japan

Japan: Fans in Japan will be able to catch live race action on the Fuji TV free-to-air channel, with FP1 live on J Sports 3, qualifying & race sessions covered live across J Sports 1 & J Sports Digital. Qualifying will be aired on BS Fuji’s Sub-Channel with dedicated highlights coverage on BS Fuji.

Where to watch across Asia

China: Formula E’s digital partnerships continue with HUYA, BiliBili, Sina, Kuaishou and Douyin covering all sessions live, whilst Guangdong Sports will be showing live race coverage.

Indonesia: Fans can catch qualifying and race live on iNews, with dedicated coverage of the weekend across MNC platforms including SPORTSTARS and MNC Vision +.

How to watch in Australia and New Zealand

Australia: Stan Sports will present live coverage of all sessions on the Stan Sports platform. 9GO will wrap up the weekend with highlights for fans in Australia. 

New Zealand: Viewers in New Zealand will be able to catch all of the action, live on Sky Sports 5.

How to watch and stream Formula E in the UK and Ireland

UK: Race coverage will be aired on TNT Sports 1 with qualifying on TNT Sports 2. All sessions will be available on digital via discovery+

How to watch TNT Sports

TNT Sports is available across all major TV platforms including BT TV, Sky and Virgin Media. Existing BT Sport customers can watch and enjoy TNT Sports without needing to take any further action. discovery+ is the streaming destination for TNT Sports in the UK, presenting many of the world’s most celebrated sports events including the UEFA Champions League, UEFA Europa League, exclusive Premier League games, Premiership Rugby, MotoGP, UFC, boxing, and WWE, together with great entertainment.

How to watch and stream Formula E in Europe

Season 10 will air live across all the major markets in Europe. Find out where to watch where you are.

France: Viewers in France will be able to catch Saturday’s race action live on La Chaine L’Equipe and Eurosport 1 whilst Eurosport Player will be showing all sessions live.  L’Equipe.fr will be running live qualifying & race coverage.

Germany: Germany will see live coverage of qualifying and race on DF1, with both sessions also available on ServusOn and ServusTV Motorsports Magenta.

Austria: Fans will be able to tune into race action and qualifying on ServusTV - race and qualifying simulcast on ServusOn.

Italy: Mediaset’s flagship channel Italia Uno will air the Tokyo E-Prix live, with all sessions available live on SportMediaset.it with highlights also covered on Italia Uno channel. Eurosport 1 will also cover race and highlights.

The Netherlands: Netherlands will be able to see all sessions, live on Ziggo Sport Racing and ZiggoGO. Eurosport 1 will also be providing live coverage across the weekend on linear and digital channels.

Rest of Europe: Across the remainder of Europe all sessions will be live across Eurosport’s linear and digital platforms. Eurosport will provide bespoke, live coverage race on Eurosport 1, whilst all sessions will be live on Eurosport Player. ES Player will also provide a one-stop destination for all Formula E catch-up.

Where to watch and stream Formula E in the Americas

Canada: In Canada TVA Sports will show delayed qualifying and race coverage. Qualifying and race will be shown live on TSN +  in French and English respectively.

USA: Tokyo E-Prix will be live on CBS Sports Network, with delayed race coverage on CBS Network. Catch up on race sessions available on Roku.

Mexico: Fans can watch race action on Fox Sports 3, Claro Sports and Azteca Deportes. 

Claro Sports will be providing dedicated coverage of the whole race weekend across Latin America with support from DirecTV in select markets.

Where to watch in Africa

Fans will be able to catch all of the live action from qualifying and the race live on SuperSport Motorsport across Sub-Saharan Africa, with free-to-air race coverage on ETV in south Africa 

How to watch and stream in the Middle East and North Africa

Across the middle east, fans can tune into race action on SSC 2, with all sessions simulcast on shahid.net.