Caribbean Premier League (CPL) 2017 Live Telecast TV Channels List

Caribbean Premier League (CPL) 2017 season is scheduled to run from August 4 to September 9. It will be the fifth season of Caribbean’s domestic T20 tournament. This year many international players are expected to part of the most entertaining cricket league. Last year, the league has touched a milestone in terms of viewership with a global audience of almost 150 million. CPL T20 2017 will be broadcasted live in all Caribbean countries and other parts of the world. Here are the complete CPL 2017 Live Telecast TV Channels worldwide list.

CPL T20 2017 Broadcasters: Sony Six is the official broadcaster of Caribbean Premier League 2017 in India and sub-continent like Bangladesh, Sri Lanka, Bhutan, Nepal and Maldives. BT Sport will broadcast all the matches of CPL season 5 in the UK while ESPN will live telecast CPL 2017 in the USA. Fox Sports bought the tv rights of the tournament in Australia. Below is the list of CPL 2017 live telecast TV channels which will be broadcasting CPL season 5 across the globe.

CPL 2017 Live Telecast TV Channels

CPL 2017 Live Telecast TV Channels Worldwide

Country Channels
Barbados Caribbean Broadcasting Corporation
Trinidad Caribbean Communications Network , TV6
Montserrat Caribbean Cable Networks
British Virgin Islands Caribbean Broadcast Network
Anguilla Caribbean Cable Communications
Bermuda Bermuda Broadcasting Corporation
Nevis Caribbean Cable Networks
Cayman Islands Cayman 27
St Maarten St Maarten Cable
Guyana National Communications Network
Grenada Grenada Broadcasting Network
UK BT Sport
Australia Fox Sports
New Zealand Sommet Sports
Dominica Marpin 2K4
Dominica SAT Telecoms
St. Kitts ZIZ Broadcasting Corp
St. Lucia Helen Television System
St. Lucia St Lucia CableVision
Guyana TVG
Trinidad CNC3
Jamaica TVJ
India Sony Six

The cricket fans also have the options to watch CPL 2017 live streaming online through various sports broadcasters’ websites or by visiting tournament’s official site

The CPL T20 2017 starting on Friday, 4 August with the opening match between St. Lucia Stars and Trinbago Knight Riders. Total 34 matches will be played in the tournament including 30 league stage matches, 3 playoffs, and 1 final. The league will be played across 6 venues of Caribbeans and 1 venue of the USA. All the six teams will battle with the other 5 teams twice in the league stage and the top 4 team on the CPL 2017 points table will advance to the knockout stage.