The Badminton World Championships is just around the corner. We'll show you how you can follow the biggest badminton event of year. Online via live-scoring, Badminton Europe and via BWF's popular YouTube streaming channel
For the full draw, live score and match statistics, please check out tournamentsoftware
or the event's official website
BWF is streaming via their dedicated YouTube channel. People in Germany, who cannot watch live-streaming via YouTube, can follow the whole event live via sportdeutschland.tv.
The streaming programme of day 1:
from 04:00 CET:
Liao Min Chun/Chen Hsiao Huan (TPE) vs. Kona Tarun/N. Sikki Reddy (IND)
Howard Shu (USA) vs. Wei Nan (HKG)
Heather Olver/Lauren Smith (ENG) vs. Nadine Ashraf/Menna Eltanany (EGY)
Kenichi Hayakawa/Misaki Matsutomo (JPN) vs. Jonatan Nordh/Emelie Fabbeke (SWE)
from 06:00 CET:
Tommy Sugiarto (15) (INA) vs. Pablo Abian (ESP)
Lee Dong Keun (TWN) vs. Tien Minh Nguyen (VIE)
Chou Tien Chen (6) (TWN) vs. Zulfadli Zulkiffli (MAS)
Jing Yi Tee (MAS) vs. Jeanine Cicognini (ITA)
from 09:00 CET:
Pradnya Gadre/N. Sikki Reddy (IND) vs. Isabel Herttrich/Birgit Michels (GER)
Porntip Buranaprasertsuk (THA) vs. Kirsty Gilmour (SCO)
Baptiste Careme/Ronan Labar (FRA) vs. Peter Gabriel Magnaye/Paul Jefferson Vivas (PHI)
Nikita Khakimov/Vasily Kuznetsov (RUS) vs. Pranaav Jerry Chopra/Akshay Dewalkar (IND)
from 11:00 CET:
Kento Momota (4) (JPN) vs. Dieter Domke (GER)
Soraya De Visch Eijbergen (NED) vs. Lindaweni Fanetri (INA)
Viktor Axelsen (7) (DEN) vs. Petr Koukal (CZE)
Please note some geo blocking in selective regions may apply due to TV restrictions. Please contact your local broadcaster for details.
Please check tournamentsoftware.com for updates on the streaming schedule!
Here’s a closer look at the full tournament schedule.
BWF World Championships Schedule:
August 10 - PRELIMINARY
August 11 - PRELIMINARY
August 12 - PRELIMINARY
August 13 - LAST 16
August 14 - QUARTER-FINALS
August 15 - SEMI-FINALS
August 16 - FINALS
Follow the event with Badminton Europe
We will bring you a daily live coverage of the event from Jakarta on our social media for the duration of the tournament with live comments on Facebook and Twitter. So for all the social media junkies out there don’t forget to follow Badminton Europe on Twitter
and on Facebook
for a full live photo gallery.
It’ll be the 22nd time the World Championships will take place, and the legendary Jakarta venue is likely to be packed out with fanatical followers of the sport. The BWF have released the following trailer to stir up excitement ahead of the competition getting underway on Monday, August 10:
Article by Manuel Rösler. Photo by BadmintonPhoto.