All England Open 2022: Schedule, Prize Money, TV Channel, Live stream and Player List

All England Open 2022 Live TV Channel

The 2022 All England Open is going to be held on March 16 at the Birmingham, England. The best badminton players from around the world to compete in one of the oldest and most prestigious tournaments within the HSBC BWF World Tour.

All England Open 2022 Schedule

The tournament now has promoted status on the world tour, meaning the event starts on the Wednesday.

  • March 16: 1st Round
  • March 17: 2nd Round
  • March 18: Quarter-final
  • March 19: Semi-final
  • March 20: The final match will start at 4:30 PM ET

How To watch All England Open 2022 Online TV Channel

  • All England BETV
  • BBC
  • Star Sports 3/Star Sports 2 (India)

The All England Open Badminton Championships 2022 All matches will be live-streamed BWF TV. A yearly subscription will set you back $41.83. Non-members will be able to access the whole event for £19.99 and members and non-members will also be able to buy access to individual days. Full details of options are available on the BETV service and on the BETV app.

Fans in India can watch the All England Open Badminton live on Star Sports 3 and Star Sports 2 HD from March 16.

All England Open 2022 Live Stream

The availability of live TV and online coverage is set to improve dramtically this year with the addition of coverage by the BBC across the digital channels. We'll have the full broadcast and live stream schedule for the BBC shows as soon as they are confirmed.

All England Open 2022 Prize Money

Singles

  • Winner: $69,300
  • Finalist: $33,660
  • Semi-finals: $13,860
  • Quarter-finals: $5,445
  • Last 16: $2,970
  • Last 32: $990

Doubles

  • Winner: $73,260
  • Finalist: $34,650
  • Semi-finals: $13,860
  • Quarter-finals: $6,188
  • Last 16: $3,218
  • Last 32: $990

2022 All England Open Player List

Double cross title holder Momota Kento of Japan will be one to look as he mounts a test to get back to the top in the wake of winning the All England in 2019. He opens against Denmark's Hands-Kristian Solberg Vittinghus and might actually play Lee in the quarter-finals. All Player List.