What Channel is Supercross on NBCSN

What Channel is Supercross on NBCSN

There is no doubt that the best method to watch Monster Energy AMA Supercross is up close and personal at a live event. Understandably, watching every Supercross event live in person is not feasible for the vast majority of dedicated Supercross fans. The extensive travel schedule for riders during the season carries them all across the United States from the west coast to the east coast.

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Thankfully, every Supercross event throughout the season is aired lived on television for fans to enjoy from the comfort of their own home. The 2018 season featured Supercross events aired live on NBC, NBC Sports with the majority of events being aired on NBCSN.

There are no scheduled broadcasts currently for the 2019 AMA Supercross season, but fans should stay tuned as the announcement of the broadcast schedule should be released to the public soon. It is likely that every broadcast will be aired on the NBC family of stations so Supercross fans who wish to see the most in-depth coverage are advised to check their local listings or subscription plan to ensure NBC, NBC Sports, and even NBCSN are available.

Even though the broadcast schedule for the 2019 AMA Supercross schedule has not been released yet, it has been announced that the 2018 Monster Energy Cup on 10/13/18 will air live on FS2 at 6:30pmPT/9:30pm ET. For fans located outside the United States, the event can be watched through Supercross Video Pass. Die-hard Supercross fans can also be informed of the 2019 broadcast schedule the moment it is released by becoming a preferred customer.

It is worth noting that Supercross hit record numbers in their TV ratings during the 2018 season. The sport continues to grow in popularity as television broadcast viewership increased by six percent and a whopping 27 percent with 18 to 34-year-old males. The sport hit a record for a total number of television viewers for a single event at Salt Lake City last season when roughly 836,000 people tuned into the action.

The sport is expected to continue to grow over the coming years 34-year-old and it will be geared towards a younger audience since the vast majority of Supercross viewers are in the millennial the comfort. Expect more innovative ways to tune in to all the high flying Supercross action and the continued development of a truly unique Race Day experience for fans!

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