Since the 2023/24 season, all matches of the 2. Handball-Bundesliga can be seen live and on demand within the DACH region on media platform Dyn. International fans are able to watch the 2. HBL on HBL TV since the 2023/24 season.
For our international Fans: HBL TV
For the 2023/24 season, the 2. Handball-Bundesliga will also find its place on HBL TV. Fans can now watch the games of the 2. HBL live and on demand from anywhere outside Germany, Austria and Switzerland. All 306 live LIQUI MOLY Handball-Bundesliga matches (plus Pixum Super Cup, DHB Cup and REWE Final4 matches) and 306 2. Handball-Bundesliga matches, as well as access to the full range of additional content, are available with the "HBL TV World" subscription for €3.99 a month or €39.99 a year.
All 2. Handball-Bundesliga matches, as well as highlights from the LIQUI MOLY Handball-Bundesliga and additional content, can be viewed with the "HBL TV Plus" subscription for €1.99 per month. "HBL TV Members" also receive access to highlight content from both leagues within Germany, Austria and Switzerland after registering free of charge. The availability of the individual subscriptions varies depending on the country of access and depends on the current legal situation. Further information at http://www.hbl-tv.com/.
When to watch 2. HBL
Matchday games take place from Fridays to Mondays. On Fridays at 7 p.m. there is a conference of the 2. HBL and the LIQUI MOLY HBL. Besides the fixed kick-off times, the Handball-Bundesliga will always provide information about the few deviating match schedules, for example on public holidays. As a rule, a match day looks like this:
7 p.m., 7:30 p.pm., 8:30 p.m.
Conference 2. HBL and LIQUI MOLY HBL
7 p.m., 7:30 p.m.
What does this mean for handball fans?
The 2. HBL is entering its first season with media partner Dyn Media looking much more professional. For example, the clubs have adopted a uniform playing surface, more LED boards and increased light intensity in the venues. Fans of the 2. HBL can also look forward to the use of more and innovative camera technology, which will be used at all 306 Bundesliga games. Also new is the use of a boom arm, which will provide fans with exciting insights during timeouts at every 2. HBL game. On its platform, Dyn Media bundles almost all important competitions in men's and women's handball on one channel. To this end, the largest live offering in professional handball will be supplemented by numerous editorial formats that will be available free-to-air on the Dyn platform and subsequently via the Dyn social media channels.