Muhammad Ali’s funeral begins around 3 p.m. Eastern in Louisville, Kentucky. (It was originally scheduled to start at 2.) The funeral will take place at the KFC YUM sports arena. Although it’s open to the public, only ticket holders will be able to attend. Free tickets were given away on Wednesday and were gone within an hour. (You can watch the livestream on our site right here.)
You can still watch the livestream online through multiple websites.
How to Watch Muhammad Ali’s Funeral Online If You Do Not Have Cable
The Ali Center will broadcast a livestream of the funeral, available at this link. The livestream will begin when the funeral starts at 2 p.m. Eastern.
CBSN will also have a livestream of the funeral, with coverage starting at 1 p.m. Eastern, at this link. Coverage is expected to last for three hours.
WAVE 3 News, will also have live coverage of the funeral streaming online at this link.
How to Watch Muhammad Ali’s Funeral Online If You Do Have Cable
If you do have a cable or satellite subscription, you have a few additional options for watching a livestream of Ali’s funeral.
ESPN will livestream Ali’s funeral at 2 p.m., but you need a cable subscription authentication to access the stream here.
TV One will also live stream Ali’s funeral at 2 p.m. Eastern, but accessing this stream will also require a cable subscription authentication. TV One’s link is here.
How to Watch Muhammad Ali’s Funeral via a Mobile App
If you want to livestream Muhammad Ali’s funeral via a mobile app, WAVE-3, an NBC affiliate, is offering livestreaming through both Apple and Android. Download WAVE-3’s Apple app here and WAVE-3’s Android app here.