Live stream the 2022 FIBA Asia Cup with a VPN

Updated: July 18, 2022

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Indonesia will host the FIBA Asia Cup 2022 taking place July 12–24, 2022. Australia is the defending champion. Mitch McCarron is the only returning player from Australia’s 2017 championship squad, however, so expect plenty of fresh faces ready to make an impact. Rising talent from the region to watch includes India’s Sahaij Sekhon, New Zealand’s Maxwell Darling, and Chinese Taipei’s Liu Cheng, who will mix it up against veterans like Jordan’s Zaid Abbaas, playing in his sixth Asian Cup.

Watch 2022 FIBA Asia Cup live streams with a VPN

You can stream the entire tournament in just a few simple steps:

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  3. Visit the streaming service of your choice and find your preferred game.
  4. Tune in and enjoy!

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How to watch 2022 FIBA Asia Cup live streams for free on RCTI+

Price: Free

Viewers in Australia can live stream select 2022 FIBA Asia Cup games using RCTI+. RCTI is an Indonesian free-to-air television network and its RCTI+ online platform streams popular TV shows from the region, as well as live sporting events including 2022 FIBA Asia Cup games for the duration of the tournament, which is being held at the Istora Senayan arena in Jakarta, Indonesia. You can also listen to radio, audio series, podcasts, music online and through the apps for iOS and Android.

Watch 2022 FIBA Asia Cup live streams online

Courtside 1891

Price: 42 USD/year

Live stream the action from the FIBA Asia Cup 2022 with Courtside 1891’s Max pass. Signing up also gives you access to full-game replays and streams of other international basketball tournaments including the ongoing FIBA Basketball World Cup Qualifiers, the Women’s Basketball World Cup, and EuroBasket. The free Courtside 1891 Plus tier (requires registration) also lets you watch extended highlights of games after the final whistle.

DAZN (Japan)

Price: 3,000 JPY/month or 27,000/year

DAZN will broadcast the 2022 FIBA Asia Cup basketball tournament live online in Japan. The online streaming service is also a great way to watch a host of other sports including football, tennis, motorsport, and golf.

Note: You may need a Japanese credit card to subscribe to DAZN Japan. If you don’t have one, subscribe via PayPal instead.

Watch 2022 FIBA Asia Cup highlights on YouTube

Price: Free

Highlights of matches will be available to stream online on the official FIBA YouTube account.

2022 FIBA Asia Cup standings

Group A: Australia, Indonesia, Jordan, Saudi Arabia

RankTeamPlayedWonLostPoints
1Australia3306
2Jordan3215
3Indonesia3124
4Saudi Arabia3033

Group B: Bahrain, China, Chinese Taipei, South Korea

RankTeamPlayedWonLostPoints
1South Korea3306
2China3215
3Chinese Taipei3124
4Bahrain3033

Group C: Iran, Japan, Kazakhstan, Syria

RankTeamPlayedWonLostPoints
1Iran3306
2Japan3215
3Syria3124
4Kazakhstan3033

Group D: India, Lebanon, Philippines, New Zealand

RankTeamPlayedWonLostPoints
1Lebanon3306
2New Zealand3215
3Philippines3124
4India3033

2022 FIBA Asia Cup schedule

Check out the full schedule here.

DateTimeMatch
July 127 a.m. ETChinese Taipei vs. Bahrain
July 124 a.m. ETAustralia vs. Jordan
July 126:30 a.m. ETSaudi Arabia vs. Indonesia
July 129 a.m. ETChina vs. South Korea
July 1312 a.m. ETNew Zealand vs. India
July 134 a.m. ETIran vs. Syria
July 136:30 a.m. ETJapan vs. Kazakhstan
July 139 a.m. ETPhilippines vs. Lebanon
July 1412 a.m. ETAustralia vs. Saudi Arabia
July 144 a.m. ETSouth Korea vs. Chinese Taipei
July 146:30 a.m. ETJordan vs. Indonesia
July 149 a.m. ETChina vs. Bahrain
July 1512 a.m. ETKazakhstan vs. Iran
July 154 a.m. ETPhilippines vs. India
July 156:30 a.m. ETJapan vs. Syria
July 159 a.m. ETNew Zealand vs. Lebanon
July 1612 a.m. ETSouth Korea vs. Bahrain
July 164 a.m. ETJordan vs. Saudi Arabia
July 166:30 a.m. ETAustralia vs. Indonesia
July 169 a.m. ETChina vs. Chinese Taipei
July 1712 a.m. ETLebanon vs. India
July 174 a.m. ETKazakhstan vs. Syria
July 176:30 a.m. ETIran vs. Japan
July 179 a.m. ETPhilippines vs. New Zealand
July 18TBCRound of 16
July 12TBCQuarterfinals
July 23TBCSemifinals
July 24TBCFinal

Upcoming international basketball tournaments and leagues

FIBA EuroBasket 2022

The 41st EuroBasket competition takes place Sep 1–18, 2022 across the Czech Republic, Georgia, Germany, and Italy. The finals will be held in Berlin. The Luka Dončić-led Slovenia national team, which also features veteran NBA point guard Goran Dragić, is the reigning champion. 

FIBA Women’s Basketball World Cup 2022

Sydney is the host city of the FIBA Women’s Basketball World Cup 2022, set to take place from Sep 22–Oct 1, 2022. The competition features 12 of top women’s national basketball teams and popes are high for host nation Australia, while the United States (reigning Olympics gold medallists) are also expected to go deep in the competition. 

FIBA Europe Cup 

Turkish side Bahcesehir College celebrated its first European title by defeating Unahotels Reggio Emilia in last season’s FIBA Europe Cup Final. The 2022-23 season of the annual continent-wide FIBA Europe Cup club competition returns with a qualifier tournament held between Sep 27–30, 2022 and the season runs until Apr 26, 2023.

FIBA Basketball World Cup 2023 qualifiers

The qualifiers run from November 2021 to February 2023, with national sides playing home and away games. In total, 32 teams (eight from Asia, 12 European countries; five African nations; and five from the Americas) will compete in the FIBA Basketball World Cup 2023 from August 25–September 10, 2023, with the tournament held across Indonesia, Japan, and the Philippines.

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