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AMA Supercross 2021 Schedule Revealed: TV Channel and More Information

AMA Supercross 2021 Schedule Revealed: TV Channel and More Information

John Smith
John Smith

The AMA Supercross 2021 schedule has been announced, which is going to start on January 16 at Huston, Texas. Supercross is an American motorcycle racing series is held from January through early May.

In 2021, Supercross will complete a full 17-round season in five different states and seven different venue. The series will stop in Texas, Indiana, Florida, Georgia and Utah. Texas and Florida will both host rounds at two different venues.

The first encounter of the Monster Energy AMA Supercross will happen at NRG Stadium, Houston for RD#1. It will start from January 16, 2021, and followed by the other events. In this article, all the Supercross fans will get a complete guideline to watch the Monster Energy AMA Supercross 2021 live stream.

AMA Supercross 2021 Live Streaming TV Channel

The only way to watch Supercross 2021 Live for free is your cable TV. Tuning on NBC Sports will give free access to your TV. Before that, you have to make sure your local cable TV provider gives NBC channel.

NBC Sports’ 2021 Supercross race action begins with the season opener from NRG Stadium in Houston, Texas, on Saturday, Jan. 16, live at 6 p.m. ET on NBCSN, marking the first time the series will begin the season outside of California in 25 years.

Supercross 2021 NBC pass will cost $69.99 while individual week pass is $9.99. These subscription plans come with the live stream, replays, highlights and after match discussion.

AMA Supercross 2021 Full Schedule

Round 1 Houston, Texas (East)
Where: NRG Stadium
Date: Saturday, January 16

Round 2 Houston, Texas (East)
Where:NRG Stadium
Date: Tuesday, January 19

Round 3 Houston, Texas (East)
Where: NRG Stadium
Date: Saturday, January 23

Round 4 Indianapolis, Indiana (East)
Where: Lucas Oil Stadium
Date: Saturday, January 30

Round 5 Indianapolis, Indiana (East)
Where:Lucas Oil Stadium
Date: Tuesday, February 2

Round 6 Indianapolis, Indiana (East)
Where: Lucas Oil Stadium
Date: Saturday, February 6

Round 7 Orlando, Florida (East)
Where:Camping World Stadium
Date: Saturday, February 13

Round 8: Orlando, Florida  (West)
Where: Camping World Stadium
Date: Saturday, February 20

Round 9: Daytona Beach, Florida (West)
Where: Daytona Int. Speedway
Date: Saturday, March 6

Round 10 Arlington, Texas (West)
Where: AT&T Stadium
Date: Saturday, March 13

Round 11 Arlington, Texas (West)
Where: AT&T Stadium
Date: Tuesday, March 16

Round 12 Arlington, Texas (West)
Where: AT&T Stadium
Date: Saturday, March 20

Round 13 Atlanta, Georgia (West)
Where: Atlanta Motor Speedway
Date: Saturday, April 10

Round 14 Atlanta, Georgia (West)
Where: Atlanta Motor Speedway
Tuesday, April 13

Round 15 Atlanta, Georgia (West)
Where: Atlanta Motor Speedway
Saturday, April 17

Round 16 Salt Lake City, Utah (East)
Where: Rice-Eccles Stadium
Date: Saturday, April 24

Round 17 Salt Lake City, Utah (W/E)
Where: Rice-Eccles Stadium
Date: Saturday, May 1

John Smith

Smith has been writing about everything digital for nearly 10 years and is here to help you find the best ways to watch sports, TV shows and movies online. Previously, he was News and Features Editor