How to Watch the 2022 FINA World Cup Series in Indianapolis


  • Thursday, November 3 – Saturday, November 5, 2022
  • Indiana University Natatorium, Indianapolis, IN
  • SCM (25 meters)
  • Meet Central
  • Prelims: 9:30 AM US Eastern/12:30AM Sydney (next day)
  • Finals: 6:00 PM US Eastern/9:00 AM Sydney (next day)
  • Psych Sheet
  • Live Results (Omega)
  • Live Stream

The 2022 FINA World Cup Series stop in Indianapolis, Indiana will be the third-and-final stop of the 2022 tour.

As the first American stop of the World Cup in almost 20 years, there is a renewed interest among the US fan-base for the meet.

There are multiple ways to watch this weekend’s meet.

North America, South America, Asia & Oceania

The event will be available for viewing via the FINA YouTube channel as well as

Just like it did for the World Junior Championships in August, FINA will live stream both prelims and finals sessions on its YouTube channel for the entire series.

The Indianapolis videos are below. You can also use YouTube to get notified when the videos begin.

Day 1 Prelims

Day 1 Finals

Day 2 Prelims

Day 2 Finals

Day 3 Prelims

Day 3 Finals


European viewers can take in the event on Eurovision’s All Aquatics streaming platform here.


Viewers in Chad, Djibouti, Mauritania, Somalia (including Somaliland), Sudan and South Sudan can stream the competition on beIN Sports.

All other African nations can watch the meet on Supersport.

2022 FINA World Cup Schedule

  • October 21-23: Berlin, Germany
  • October 28-30: Toronto, Canada
  • November 3-5: Indianapolis, USA

A star-studded group of swimmers has been confirmed to be racing at all three stops of the series, while each individual leg will have several other big names join the fray for what promises to be an action-packed three weeks of competition.

If you are planning on attending the meet in person, tickets are still available at the link below.

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3 months ago

Any idea of times? (I’m in Sydney) Heats and finals ?

Miss M
Reply to  Joel
3 months ago

Heats 12:30am, Finals 9am. Not bad really!

Reply to  Miss M
3 months ago

Thanks !

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