Feld Motor Sports and NBC Sports declared Monster Energy Supercross 2022 TV broadcast schedule 2022, which includes NBC's record three live games and 13 hours of total coverage. All 17 Supercross rounds will be exclusively broadcast live on NBC, CNBC, USA Network, Peacock, and NBC Sports Digital platforms, focusing on live broadcasts of heats, qualifiers, and main events.
The NBC Sports Supercross 2022 season will start with the first round Anaheim at Angel Stadium in Anaheim, California; live on Saturday, 8 January at 10:00 P.M ET on CNBC, marking a come again to the state where the series began season 24 of the past 25 years after starting the final season in Texas.
The Supercross 2022 season final race will be held on Saturday 7th May 2022 in Salt Lake City, Utah. It will live broadcast on CNBC at 8:00 P.M ET, and the additional presentation will be telecast on 8 May 2022 at 1:00 P.M ET on NBC.
The one-hour preview of Supercross 2022 will be broadcast on Saturday 25 December at 2:00 pm. ET on NBC, in this special preview, the world's best riders will prepare for the opening race in Anaheim such as reigning Supercross champion Cooper Webb, 2020 Supercross champion Eli Tomac Ken Roczen, Justin Barcia, and 2018 Supercross champion Jason Anderson. The repeat presentation of the program will be telecast on 2nd January at 4:00 P.M on NBC.
For the first time in 2022, Peacock exclusively streams a Supercross race at Anaheim, Angle stadium on 12 February 2022. You can get all Supercross 250SX and 450SX main event live streams and Videos on demand and replays of races on SupercrossTVLive.com.
Get the full Supercross 2022 TV broadcast schedule below:
|Race Title||TV Channel||Time||Date|
|Anaheim, Calif||CNBC||10:00 PM ET||Jan. 8|
|Oakland, Calif||USA Network||10:00 PM ET||Jan. 15|
|San Diego, Calif||USA Network||10:00 PM ET||Jan. 22|
|Anaheim, Calif||CNBC (next-day re-air on NBC)||10:00 PM ET||Jan 29|
|Glendale, Ariz||CNBC||10:00 PM ET||Feb. 5|
|Anaheim, Calif||Peacock||10:00 PM ET||Feb. 12|
|Minneapolis, Minn||CNBC (next-day re-air on NBC)||5:00 P.M ET||Feb. 19|
|Arlington, Texas||CNBC||8:00 P.M ET||Feb. 26|
|Daytona Beach, Fla||CNBC||7:30 P.M ET||Mar. 5|
|Detroit, Mich||CNBC||7:00 P.M ET||Mar. 12|
|Indianapolis, Ind||CNBC||7:00 P.M ET||Mar. 19|
|Seattle, Wash||USA Network||10:00 P.M ET||Mar. 26|
|St. Louis, Mo||CNBC||8:00 P.M ET||Apr. 9|
|Atlanta, Ga||NBC||3:00 P.M ET||Apr. 16|
|Foxborough, Mass||NBC||3:00 P.M ET||Apr. 23|
|Denver, Colo||NBC||3:00 P.M ET||Apr. 30|
|Salt Lake City||Peacock (next-day re-air on NBC)||8:00 P.M ET||May 7|