Since the 2022/23 season, the LIQUI MOLY HBL can also be followed in all countries that do not have their own TV partner. Via the OTT platform "HBL TV," the HBL reaches new fans worldwide and inspires viewers to watch handball in countries where no Handball-Bundesliga matches were previously shown live.
For our international Fans: HBL-TV
That means for our international fans, the HBL can bei seen, for example, in France, Spain and Portugal, but also in Southeast Asia (China, Japan), the USA or Africa (Egypt, Tunisia). Find out more about "HBL TV" here.
Currently, one top match per match day is offered with commentary in English. In addition, the Pixum Super Cup and the REWE Final4 can be seen with English commentary.The live events are supplemented by highlights and HBL's own on-demand content. For the 2023/24 season, the 2. Handball-Bundesliga will also find its place on HBL TV. Fans can now watch the 2. HBL matches live and on demand from anywhere outside Germany, Austria and Switzerland.
All 306 live LIQUI MOLY Handball-Bundesliga matches (including Pixum Super Cup and REWE Final4 matches) and 306 2. Handball-Bundesliga matches, as well as access to all the 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/.
LIQUI MOLY HBL on german TV
All 306 LIQUI MOLY HBL matches, as well as the REWE Final4 and the Pixum Super Cup, can be seen LIVE and in top quality with media partner Dyn. In addition to the individual matches, Friday and Monday complete the usual match days of Thursday, Saturday and Sunday. The games with German participation in both club competitions EHF Champions League and EHF European League are added. On top of that, Dyn will show all knockout matches of the EHF Champions League (men and women) as well as the finals of the EHF club competitions.
Around the action on the court, Dyn offers with high production standards, first-class coverage. Prominent experts such as Stefan Kretzschmar, Pascal Hens, Andi Schmid and Dagur Sigurdsson, as well as well-known commentators such as Florian Schmidt-Sommerfeld (Schmiso), Finn-Ole Martins (FOM), Anett Sattler, Markus Götz and many more are part of the on-air team. Furthermore, extensive background coverage is provided on all digital platforms.
Through a cooperation with Telekom, the Dyn app will be available on all Magenta TV devices from August. In addition, with a Dyn subscription, all LIQUI MOLY HBL matches can be received via the Sky Q receiver.
In addition to the Dyn streaming platform, the public broadcasters ARD/ZDF and the third channels broadcast up to twelve live matches per season on free TV. ARD also shows a semifinal and the final of the REWE Final4. BILD TV broadcasts one additional free-to-air live match per matchday.
When to watch LIQUI MOLY HBL
Matchday games take place from Thursday to Monday. On Fridays at 7 p.m., LIQUI MOLY HBL and 2. HBL will be broadcast in conference. On Sunday, the coverage starts at 3 p.m. with the top match of the week live on Dyn and BILD TV. 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: