How to Watch World Cups in the 2023-24 Season
Watching World Cups is complicated and we know it. Broadcast rights to FIS events are not centralized, which means that every country has the right to sell their World Cup broadcast—and it can be confusing to even the most devout ski and snowboard fan. This article is designed to walk you through where to watch each and every weekend all season long.
Similar to last year, there are THREE main ways to watch U.S. Ski & Snowboard athletes compete all around the world: Outside, NBC/CNBC/Peacock and skiandsnowboard.live. (For clarification: skiandsnowboard.live is a site run and controlled by InFront and is not affiliated with U.S. Ski & Snowboard.)
Please keep an eye on our WATCH tab, where we will keep you updated with where and when to watch each event, as well as our social channels, where we’ll release each weekend’s schedules on Tuesdays.
DOMESTIC EVENTS: Outside, NBC/CNBC/Peacock
All events held in the United States are LIVE on Outside for free this season, with coverage also on NBC/CNBC and Peacock.
INTERNATIONAL EVENTS (not Austria): skiandsnowboard.live, Outside+
skiandsnowboard.live will have all international World Cups live and on-demand on their website and TV apps. Outside+ will have international World Cups on-demand on their platform eight hours after the event ends.
AUSTRIA EVENTS: NBC/Peacock
NBC and Peacock will have events in Austria live on Peacock, as well as some tape delay coverage on NBC.
Outside: free (domestic live events) OR $59/year (on-demand events from Europe and the U.S.)
NBC/CNBC: free with cable (domestic events, some Austria events)
skiandsnowboard.live: all-access – $15.00/monthly, $69.99/yearly // discipline passes – $8.99/monthly (live and on-demand events from Europe)
Peacock: $4.99/month (domestic events, live Austria events)
For detailed how to watch information for each World Cup per sport, click the links below.