How can I watch PFL in the UK?

That PFL/Professional Fighters League is one of the fastest growing mma Promotions on the planet but how can fight fans follow all the UK promotion action?

Some absolutely amazing fighters compete in the league, including the former UFC Lightweight Champion Anthony Petti, Kayla Harrison, Aspen Ladd and Bubba Jenkins.

UK fans can watch essentially all of the PFL’s action “for free”. So it pays to know how to watch some of the best fighters in the world on TV and Live Stream!

Here’s everything you need to know about watching PFL in the UK, including TV channel and live stream options.

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What TV channel is PFL on?

Kayla Harrison PFL
Photo credit: PFL YouTube channel

Fight fans in the UK can follow Professional Fighters League action on Channel 4.

Channel 4 is the current UK home of mixed martial arts promotion and the standard Freeview channel often shows the action live from Playoff and Finals events.

It’s worth checking the current Channel 4 schedule to make sure the event you want to watch live is actually being shown on TV.


How can I live stream PFL in the UK?

Kayla Harrison fights in the PFL cage
PFL 9 at the Copper Box Arena in London, England, Saturday August 20, 2022. (Cooper Neill / PFL)

As well as showing a range of events on the Channel 4 television network, the company has all the prelim and main event ticket promotions across the Channel 4 Sports YouTube Channel.

Unlike the TV broadcast, the live stream also shows the prelims for an event, while the TV version is usually just the main card.

So if you want to make sure you see every single fight on a specific PFL fight map, make sure you stream live!

There’s also a ton of awesome events to watch on-demand right now All 4including the entire 2022 season.


When are PFL events held?

PFL Playoffs Cardiff
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The actual timing of PFL events will vary as it all depends on where the map actually takes place.

Typically, the fight maps for the Finals and most playoffs events take place in the United States, so you can expect the run time in GMT or BST to last into the wee hours of the morning.


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