Rugby fans across the world can this weekend watch stars of the global game in the 25th anniversary season of European club rugby’s blue-riband tournament. A host of broadcasters as well as a brand new OTT platform will screen this weekend’s Heineken Champions Cup and Challenge Cup showpiece final clashes on Friday night and Saturday afternoon.
Access to the tournament, recognised as The One to Win, is as strong as ever in the UK. BT Sport’s comprehensive coverage of the 2019/20 Heineken Champions Cup campaign continues with final coverage of Exeter Chiefs v Racing 92, live from Ashton Gate at 16:45 (UK and Irish time).
Free-to-air coverage also continues this weekend, with Channel 4 (UK) and Virgin Media (Ireland) both showing the Heineken Champions Cup final.
Watching the Heineken Champions Cup in France has never been easier either, with France Télévision screening the match in addition to blanket coverage on beIN SPORTS.
Rugby fans around the world will now also have better access than ever before to the Heineken Champions Cup and European Rugby Challenge Cup with the launch of a new OTT platform, epcrugby.tv, supplementing the ever-increasing global audiences.
Matches can be purchased as a package with the Heineken Champions Cup and Challenge Cup finals available for just for €3.99, giving fans all over the world the chance to watch global stars of the game battling it out for the most coveted prizes in club rugby.
These are all the places you can watch the Heineken Champions Cup:
BT Sport – United Kingdom and Ireland
Channel 4 – United Kingdom
Virgin Media – Ireland
beIN SPORTS – France
France Télévision – France
Telefonica – Spain
GO – Malta
SuperSport – Sub-Saharan Africa
SportsMax – Caribbean
Where can I watch the European Rugby Challenge Cup final?
FR4, beIN SPORTS and BT Sport will all show Friday night’s Challenge Cup final between Bristol Bears and RC Toulon from Stade Maurice-David, Aix-en-Provence. You can watch live from 20:00 (UK and Irish time).