On Saturday July 8, the British and Irish Lions take on New Zealand in an epic Third Test clash that will – fortunately for us – be televised for all to see. Here’s a complete guide on how to watch the game, including the Lions vs All Blacks kick-off time and where to watch the decisive rugby match online.
Lions vs All Blacks Kick Off Schedule UK: What time does the Third Test match start?
The decisive, winner-take-all Third Test match between the British and Irish Lions and New Zealand’s All Blacks is scheduled to take place on Saturday, July 8.
The match will kick-off at 19:35 local time, which means that in the UK you’ll have to tune in at 08:35 in the morning BST.
UK TV coverage begins at 07:30 UK time on Saturday for the Third Test.
How to watch Lions vs All Blacks online and Third Test on TV
Unfortunately, it’s impossible to watch the match for free in the UK – legally, anyway. That’s because Sky has exclusive broadcasting rights to the television broadcasting, so you’ll need to fork out some cash.
If you’re a Sky Sports subscriber then all you need to do is tune into either the Sky Sports or Sky Sports HD channel.
If you’d rather watch the match online, you can use the Sky Go website to catch all the action live:
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It’s also possible to watch the match using the Sky Go app for mobile:
If you’re not a Sky subscriber – and you don’t want to sign any contracts either – then consider paying for Now TV. You can pick up a Now TV Sky Sports Day Pass for £6.99, or a Now TV Sky Sports Week Pass for just £10.99:
Alternatively, you can listen to live commentary of the game via the Talksport radio station.
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