The British and Irish Lions tour of South Africa is nearing the business end.
The three Test matches – on July 24 and 31, and August 7 – are being shown exclusively on Sky Sports, with the broadcasters have even revealed a channel dedicated to the tour, featuring Welsh on-screen talent such as two-time Lions captain Sam Warburton and former international referee Nigel Owens.
But what if you don’t have Sky Sports? Fear not, you can still watch the Lions in action this summer.
How to watch the Lions with or without Sky Sports
Each match in the fixture list will be shown on Sky Sports and Sky Sports HD, as well as on the Sky Go app.
You can join Sky Sports from as little as £27 per month. If you’re an existing Sky customer, you may be able to get this channel for cheaper. Virgin also offers bundles with Sky Sports included.
You can see what Sky Sports offers are available here.
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What about NOW TV and how much does it cost?
If you don’t have Sky Sports then you can sign up in a few different ways to catch the action.
The best way to see the Lions play without subscribing to Sky is by getting a NOW Sports membership.
You can buy a day membership (£9.98) to Sky Sports to watch on your TV, phone and tablet, and monthly passes are also available. You can buy these passes from the NOW website.
Is Lions TV coverage free to watch anywhere?
Highlights of all the Lions tour matches will be available to watch on S4C, with Lauren Jenkins presenting the action and Sarra Elgan bringing news from the Lions camp in South Africa. Commentary will be from Gareth Charles, Gwyn Jones and Sioned Harries, with insight and analysis from Shane Williams, Jamie Roberts, Bryan Habana, Mike Phillips, Elinor Snowsill and Nigel Owens.
Highlights on S4C will be shown on every match day at 10.30pm.
When are the Lions playing?
- South Africa 17-22 British & Irish Lions: 24 July at 5pm BST, Cape Town Stadium
- South Africa vs British & Irish Lions: 31 July at 5pm BST, Cape Town Stadium
- South Africa vs British & Irish Lions: 7 August at 5pm BST, Cape Town Stadium
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