Royal Ascot 2022 TV schedule and channel details for viewers in the UK & Ireland

Top hats at the ready, it's time for Royal Ascot!

Ruby Walsh ITV Racing Royal Ascot, June 22, 2019

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A bumper five days of equine excellence and regal racing awaits at Royal Ascot 2022.

If you haven’t got a ticket to be among the 220,000 racegoers at the Berkshire track over the course of the week then you’ll no doubt be wondering how you can catch all of the action.

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Well, that’s where ITV Racing – sponsored by Paddy Power – come good. Ed Chamberlin and the gang will bring you live coverage of all 35 races direct to your living room. It’s the next best thing to being there in person! If that wasn’t enough, The Morning Show on ITV4 will be fronted by Oli Bell from 9am to 10am on every day of Royal Ascot 2022. Here are the schedule and channel details for viewers in the UK and Republic of Ireland.

UK

ITV – 1.30pm to 6pm (Saturday 1.25pm to 6pm)
ITV4 – 5.50pm to 6.35pm

Ireland

Virgin Media One – 1.30pm to 5.30pm (Saturday 1.25pm to 5.25pm)
Virgin Media Two – 5.25pm to 6.30pm

Alternatively, you can live stream all the races on all five days of Royal Ascot 2022 on the Paddy Power website and Paddy Power app.

You’ll want to make Paddy Power News your home for the week as we’ll have exclusive Royal Ascot tips columns from the likes of Ruby Walsh, Matt Chapman and Jason Weaver. You can also listen to our stable of tipsters giving their best bets for the races on the latest episode of our From The Horse’s Mouth podcast below.

We’ve also got you covered for everything you could possibly need to know about the renewals at Royal Ascot 2022 on our snazzy Racecards page including horse-by-horse analysis and the latest odds. You can also find details of winners and each-way placings for meetings across the UK and Ireland in a flash on our Fast Results page.

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