The long wait is over: the Tokyo 2020 Olympic Games have arrived.
And Australians will have a front row seat wherever they are, with 45 dedicated channels on Seven and 7more, all live and free to watch and stream in HD.
From the opening ceremony on Friday July 23 to the closing ceremony on Sunday August 9, you will not miss a moment even away from your TV.
How to watch the Tokyo 2020 Olympic Games
Watch the Olympics live and for free in Australia on Channel 7, 7mate, 7two and 7more, with coverage from 5.30 a.m. AEST on weekdays and 6 a.m. AEST on weekends.
Sunrise with David Koch and Natalie Barr will be live from Mark Beretta at the center of all the action in Tokyo.
Coverage of Seven will continue throughout the day and beyond midnight AEST.
How to live stream the Tokyo 2020 Olympic Games
While Channel 7, 7mate and 7two will have you covered for all the big events, 7more is the destination for live streaming even more of the Olympics for free.
Over 40 channels will cover every sport, from the action-packed swim week to all track and field events and Olympic favorites new and old.
New features on the 7more the application includes:
- Watchlist: add your favorite sports to an easily discoverable list
- Keep watching : watch a full replay or pick up where you left off
- Captions: multilingual captioning will be available live and replay
- Autoplay: binge multiple replays, highlights and minis (compressed replays) without lifting a finger
- Quality selector: Switch between HD and SD for the best and most efficient data streaming
the 7more The app is compatible with Chromecast and Airplay.
When do the Tokyo Olympics start?
The Tokyo 2020 Olympic Games will officially kick off on Friday July 23 with the Opening Ceremony.
The opening ceremony, including the parade of nations and the lighting of the Olympic cauldron, will begin at 9:00 p.m. AEST and will last approximately three hours.
When is the closing ceremony of the Olympic Games?
The Tokyo Olympics Closing Ceremony will be held from 9:00 p.m. EST on Sunday, August 8 at the Tokyo Olympic Stadium.