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Wednesday, April 6, 2022
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Equestrian fans could not have dreamed of a better location for the return of the FEI World Cup Finals™ from 07-10 April after a three-year absence.

The German city of Leipzig and its incredible Leipzig Exhibition Center have been the scene of some of the great moments of competition across the equestrian disciplines. We know the crowds will be huge, the facilities will be fantastic and we can expect stunning performances from stars across Jumping,Dressage, Driving and Vaulting.

It’s the first time all four finals have been held at the same time since 2011, which was also in Leipzig! One great thing about our host city in Saxony is its love of all disciplines, and we can expect that enthusiasm to inspire the best from the human and equine talents on show.

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The end of the equestrian season is upon us and on Wednesday, April 6, 2022, the Longines FEI World Cup Finals gets underway. Over the next five days through April 10, 2022, 36 athletes from 19 countries will compete for the 2022 World Cup titles at Leipzig Exhibition in Leipzig, Germany. The finals for all four of the sport’s disciplines will be earned at the event, including jumping, dressage, driving, and vaulting.

Here’s a ultimate guide you need to know about 2022 FEI World Cup Finals events updates plus live stream equestrian channels informations.

  • When: Wednesday, April 6 – Sunday, April 10, 2022
  • Start Time: 2:30 p.m. EST / 11:30 p.m. PST
  • Location: Leipzig Exhibition – Leipzig, Germany
  • TV Channel: FEI TV
  • Live Stream anywherePremiumTV

Despite some of the leagues not being completed due to the COVID-19 pandemic, the competition field is nonetheless set. The 2022 World Cup Final includes all of the top performers from leagues around the world, with only North Africa, China, and South East Asia not completing their qualifiers.

2022 FEI World Cup Jumping Finals preview

Former Olympians and world champions pepper the competition pool including the decorated German Jessica Von Bredow-Werndl in the jumping competition. According to the FEI, driving 2020 champion Boyd Exell of Australia aims to stay on top in the return of the World Cup while Lambert Leclezio of France and German Jannik Helland make their pushes in Vaulting. History is up for grabs between Steve Guerdat of Switzerland and Marchus Ehning of Germany according to the event site as well. Both riders are pursuing history if they can earn a fourth Jumping World Cup title.

A diverse talent pool at the World Cup truly represents the international heart of the competition. The jumping discipline is the most diverse field is made up of 36 athletes from 19 different countries, countered by the driving competition with seven teams from four nations. What is special about the Leipzig 2022 Longines FEI World Cup Finals, is that for the first time in more than 10 years, all four disciplines will have their finals take place at the game time.

Ways to watch 2022 FEI World Cup Finals: Show Jumping & Dressage

FEI TV is streaming all events through Clip My Horse or PremiumTV. It is a paid subscription service and the cost will be 149.95 EURO or $169 for 1 year grant access. There are a lot of Equestrian fans are interested to catch only the Longines FEI World Cup Finals 2022 (April 6-10), so yearly subscription might be costly.

We found Premium TV, which is offering day passes to catch the finals of the events you want to watch, without all of the runarounds. The day pass gives 24 hours of access for just $9.99, or $14.99 for a complete tournament pass. PremiumTV doesn’t require a VPN to watch from anywhere in the world, and no contract or subscription is needed.

2022 Leipzig Finals Schedule

The show jumpers will have their first opportunity to get in the ring on Wednesday, April 6, for a training session, with competition beginning Thursday.

Show Jumping

• Thursday, April 7: Speed round at 2:35 p.m. local time (8:35 a.m. EDT)

• Friday, April 8: Round 2 at 2 p.m. local time (8 a.m. EDT)

• Saturday, April 9: Show jumping rest day

• Sunday, April 10: Show jumping final at 2:45 p.m. local time (8:45 a.m. EDT)


• Thursday, April 7: Short Grand Prix at 6:30 p.m. local time (noon EDT)

• Saturday, April 9: Grand Prix freestyle at 7:10 p.m. local time (1:10 p.m. EDT)


Day 1 on Friday, April 8, lets Driving teams test out the course for a first round of competition. World Cup tracks typically feature challenging components, such as bridges, water elements, and speed boxes, as well as two sets of tightly spaced marathon boxes to wind throug

  • Friday, April 8: Competition Day
  • Sunday, April 10: Medals Day


Friday’s competition on April 8 includes classes for men and women in a technical test, and pas de deux in a free test. Athletes execute a variety of movements that show the judges their balance, strength, flexibility, and grace. Mounting and dismounting are important and contribute to the overall score.

  • Friday, April 8 – 9: Medals Days