Anderlecht vs West Ham live stream, tv channel and team news


West Ham United are on the road to face Belgian giants RSC Anderlecht at Lotto Park on matchday three of the Conference League. The Hammers are top of the Group after winning their opening two games.


Conference League fans can follow us to get Anderlecht vs West Ham live stream and a list of TV channels.


RSC Anderlecht dropped points in Romania following the scoreless draw with FCSB. The Belgians earned a narrow win in their opening group game against Danish Superliga side Silkeborg.

West Ham could retain their place at the top of Group B with a convincing result in Belgium.


Date and kickoff time

Anderlecht will host West Ham by 5:45 PM BST Thursday, October 6th 2022, at Lotto Park in Belgium.

BST: 5:45 PM 

CEST: 6:45 PM

Eastern Time: 12:45 PM

Central Time:  11:45 PM

Mountain Time: 10:45 AM

Pacific Time: 09:45 AM

Gulf Standard Time: 8:45 PM

Indian Standard Time: 10:15 PM

Where to watch Anderlecht vs West Ham live stream and TV channel

UK and Ireland: BT Sport 2,, BT Sport App

US: Paramount+, VIX+

Australia: Stan Sport

Brazil: ESPN4, NOW NET e Claro, Star+

Canada: DAZN

Egypt: beIN Sports Premium 3, beIN SPORTS CONNECT, TOD

France: RMC Sport 1, RMC Sport en direct

Germany: RTL+

India: Sony LIV, JioTV

Mexico: Fox Sports 3 Cono Norte, Fox Sports App, Fanatiz Mexico, Star+

Netherlands: Canvas

New Zealand: Spark Sport

Nigeria: SuperSport MaXimo 1, SuperSport Variety 4, SuperSport GOtv Select 2

Norway: Viaplay Norway

Portugal: Sport TV Multiscreen, Sport TV5

South Africa: SuperSport MaXimo 1, DStv App, SuperSport Football, SuperSport GOtv Select 2

Spain: Movistar+, Movistar Liga de Campeones 10


Team News


RSC Anderlecht

Anderlecht lost to Sporting Charleroi over the weekend as manager Felice Mazzu rested some first-team players ahead of the clash with West Ham. Benito Raman and Adrien Trebel are out of the game due to injuries.


West Ham United

The Hammers defeated Wolverhampton Wanderers 2-0 over the weekend through goals from Gianluca Scamacca and Jarrod Bowen.


The London-based club will be without Nayef Aguerd and Maxwel Cornet. The Ivorian has been outstanding this season. This would be a big blow to David Moyes in Belgium.