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Updated May 14: 2020 Supercross TV Schedule | Watch SX Live—Cable and Streaming

The schedule has been updated to reflect changes due to COVID-19. The final seven rounds will be held in Salt Lake City on consecutive Sundays and Wednesdays. Read all about that here.

The 2020 Monster Energy Supercross Championship Series cable and streaming schedule is set, with most of the races being broadcast live via cable on NBC Sports. However, there are many unexpected starting times in the 2020 Supercross TV schedule, and two rounds—Glendale and Denver—will be shown delayed on NBC Sports. In addition to a race being held on Leap Day, the Easter break comes late in the season.

2020 Supercross TV Schedule - Jason Anderson
Jason Anderson photo by Rich Shepherd

As always, all of the 2020 Supercross races are streamed live on the paid subscription NBC Sports Gold service, accessed using a browser or app. A big reason to get the NBC Sports Gold package is the Race Day Live show early in the day. It includes qualifying practice, as well as lots of interesting interviews and commentary. Although the NBC Sports Gold package claims to be commercial-free, it does include commercial messages, and there’s downtime when advertisements are shown on the cablecast.

While these times for the 2020 Supercross TV Schedule should be good for the entire year, dates and times are always subject to change without notice. We will try to keep up with them, as many times changes come shortly before broadcast time, so be sure to bookmark this page.

2020 Supercross TV Schedule - Tomac and Cianciarulo
Adam Cianciarulo (#9) and Eli Tomac (#1) photo by Will Embree

Remember that sometimes the races start late or run long. If you’re recording the races, always add an hour or two at the end. You don’t want to miss a single battle between reigning champion Cooper Webb, and his most dangerous challengers—2018 Supercross Champion Jason Anderson, Ken Roczen, Eli Tomac, and rookie Adam Cianciarulo.

2020 Supercross TV Schedule: Cable and Streaming

January 4, 2020 Anaheim Angel Stadium of Anaheim
4 p.m. Race Day Live NBC Sports Gold
10 p.m. Main Race NBC Sports, NBC Sports Gold
January 11 St. Louis The Dome at America’s Center
2 p.m. Race Day Live NBC Sports Gold
8 p.m. Main Race NBC Sports, NBC Sports Gold
January 18 Anaheim 2 Angel Stadium of Anaheim
4 p.m. Race Day Live NBC Sports Gold
10 p.m. Main Race NBC Sports, NBC Sports Gold
January 25 Glendale State Farm Stadium
2 p.m. Race Day Live NBC Sports Gold
8:30 p.m. Main Race NBC Sports Gold
2 p.m. (1/26) Main Race NBC Sports
February 1 Oakland RingCentral Coliseum
2:30 p.m. Race Day Live NBC Sports Gold
8:30 p.m. Main Race NBC Sports, NBC Sports Gold
February 8 San Diego Petco Park
4 p.m. Race Day Live NBC Sports Gold
10 p.m. Main Race NBC Sports, NBC Sports Gold
February 15 Tampa Raymond James Stadium
1 p.m. Race Day Live NBC Sports Gold
7 p.m. Main Race NBC Sports, NBC Sports Gold
February 22 Arlington AT&T Stadium
1 p.m. Race Day Live NBC Sports Gold
8:30 p.m. Main Race NBC Sports, NBC Sports Gold
February 29 Atlanta Mercedes-Benz Stadium
11 a.m. Race Day Live NBC Sports Gold
5 p.m. Main Race NBC Sports, NBC Sports Gold
March 7 Daytona Beach Daytona International Speedway
12:30 p.m. Race Day Live NBC Sports Gold
7:30 p.m. Main Race NBC Sports, NBC Sports Gold
Sunday, May 31 Salt Lake City Rice-Eccles Stadium
3 to 4 p.m. Main Race (Pt. 1) NBCSN, NBC Sports Gold
4 to 6 p.m. Main Race (Pt. 2) NBC, NBC Sports Gold
Wed., June 3 Salt Lake City Rice-Eccles Stadium
10 p.m. Main Race NBCSN, NBC Sports Gold
Sunday, June 7 Salt Lake City Rice-Eccles Stadium
2:30 p.m. Qualifying NBC Sports Gold
5 p.m. Main Race NBCSN, NBC Sports Gold
Wed., June 10 Salt Lake City Rice-Eccles Stadium
4:30 p.m. Qualifying NBC Sports Gold
7 p.m. Main Race NBCSN, NBC Sports Gold
Sunday, June 14 Salt Lake City Rice-Eccles Stadium
4:30 p.m. Qualifying NBC Sports Gold
7 p.m. Main Race NBCSN, NBC Sports Gold
Wed., June 17 Salt Lake City Rice-Eccles Stadium
4:30 p.m. Qualifying NBC Sports Gold
7 p.m. Main Race NBCSN, NBC Sports Gold
Sunday, June 21 Salt Lake City Rice-Eccles Stadium
12:30 p.m. Qualifying NBC Sports Gold
3 to 4:30 p.m. Main Race (Pt. 1) NBCSN, NBC Sports Gold
4:30 to 6 p.m. Main Race (Pt. 2) NBC, NBC Sports Gold

Note: Italics indicated delayed coverage

All times are Eastern Time

All coverage on NBC Sports Gold is live

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