Catalans Dragons and Warrington Wolves are set to go head-to-head at Wembley Stadium on Saturday, both hoping to take home the Ladbrokes Challenge Cup. Here, we show you how to watch the match on TV, online or from abroad.
If French team Catalans Dragons manage to beat the Warrington Wolves they’ll be the first non-British team to do so in history.
Each team has a 19-man squad, and both have Steves as coaches: Steve Price for the Warrington Wolves and Steve McNamara for the Catalans Dragons.
When is the Rugby Challenge Cup Final?
The Challenge Cup Final is taking place on Saturday 25 August, with kick off at Wembley Stadium at 3pm BST.
How to watch the Rugby Challenge Cup Final on TV
You’ll be able to watch the final live on BBC One from 2pm.
How to watch the Rugby Challenge Cup Final online
If you’re not going to be near a TV, you’ll still be able to watch the game online on your computer, tablet or phone, and it’s likely to become available for catch up too.
Simply head over to BBC iPlayer here.
How to watch the Rugby Challenge Cup Final abroad
If you’re not in the UK, it can be trickier to watch the Rugby Challenge Cup Final, particulalry if you need the commentary to be in English.
The easiest way to do it is via a VPN. A VPN is software that’ll let you access country-restricted content (although it’s primary use is to keep your online browsing data safe from spying eyes).
Our pick of the best is
NordVPN, but there are plenty of alternatives in our round-up of the
best VPN services.