How to follow The Hundred

Ready for The Hundred? Here's how to follow every ball of every match.

The 2023 edition of The Hundred begins on Tuesday 1 August at Trent Bridge as Trent Rockets face Southern Brave.

You will be able to follow every match throughout the Men's and Women's Competitions in 2023.

Where and when do matches take place?

Head to our Fixtures page to see every match scheduled.

How can I follow matches?

The best way to follow along with matches is by downloading The Hundred App. For those attending matches it is the only way to access your tickets. But it will enhance your experience from wherever you're watching as you can get involved with our interactive games and features.

You can watch every ball of every match on Sky Sports' dedicated channel, Sky Sports The Hundred. 

BBC Sport will also broadcast several matches throughout the summer. The matches selected for BBC broadcast will be confirmed in due course. 

Radio coverage for every match is brought to you by BBC Radio 5 Live or BBC Radio 5 Live Sports Extra. BBC Music Introducing also brings live music to every match. See who performed in 2022 here.

We'll bring you the best of the action via our Instagram, Facebook, Twitter, TikTok and YouTube channels. Each of our eight teams are available on Instagram.

The Hundred will also be broadcast internationally:

UK • Sky Sports and BBC

North America • Willow and DAZN

Caribbean • ESPN

The Middle East and North Africa • beIN SPORTS

Sub-Saharan Africa • SuperSport

Indian Subcontinent • Fancode

Australia and South East Asia • FOX Sports

New Zealand • Spark Sport