With the European Cup now on its way to the quarter-finals, we remind you how to catch up with these eye-catching posters of the Champions Cup and European Rugby Challenge Cup this weekend.
The UK and Ireland continue to enjoy exceptional coverage of the Champions Cup and Challenge Cup, with every match from both competitions available on BT Sport. Channel 4 (UK) and Virgin Media (Ireland) offer an excellent free option, with Sale Sharks flying to La Rochelle Square, 2019 Challenge Cup finalists, live on both channels at 1:30 pm on Saturday.
This match is the first of two matches also available free in France on France Télévisions, with the last Champions Cup quarter-finals: ASM Clermont Auvergne – Toulouse. Shock to follow straight from 4:00 pm on Sunday afternoon.
BeIN SPORTS continues its comprehensive coverage of the European Elite competition, including the long-awaited showdown between reigning champions Exeter Chiefs and four-time competition winner Leinster Rugby. Follow-up opposition celebration live, from Sandy Park, Saturday 6:30 pm.
Bordeaux-Bègles – Racing 92, which will kick off Sunday at 1:30 pm, is also available live on BT Sport and beIN SPORTS, which also broadcast every Challenge Cup match.
🚨 Champions Cup quarter-final stickers reminder!
Who do you see qualify for the semi-finals? 🤔 pic.twitter.com/K8K4JyyxRP
– French Champions Cup (ChampionsCup_FR) April 7, 2021
The weekend kicks off Friday night between Bath Rugby and London Irish (9pm), with the other three Challenge Cup matches taking place on Saturday. Leicester Tiger welcomes the Newcastle Falcons (1:30 PM), before their Montpellier and Benetton Rugby match (9:00 PM), live on Sky Italia, and Northhampton Saints vs Ulster Rugby.
Fans have the opportunity to watch the Champions Cup and European Rugby Challenge Cup via the OTT platform, epcrugby.tv. The Weekend Complete Pass for the Champions Cup and Challenge Cup can be purchased for only € 19.99.
Where to watch the Champions Cup
BT Sport – UK and Ireland
Channel 4 – UK
Virgin Media – Ireland
beIN Sports – France, the Middle East, North Africa, Southeast Asia, and Australia
France Televisions – France
Telefonica – Spain and Andorra
Sport TV – Portugal
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Super Sport – Sub-Saharan Africa and adjacent islands
NBC – USA