The Rugby League European Championship match between Wales and France which kicks off at 6.30pm at BT Sport Cardiff Arms Park this Friday evening will be broadcast live in France and will also be available via a live streaming service to everyone in the UK and all non French territories around the world.
beIN SPORTS, the official broadcast partner of the Rugby League European Championship 2015, will be bringing all the television cameras this Friday with two lives feeds being distributed, one in English,one in French.
The English language commentary is being headed by Conrad Anderson, the host of Calon FM’s popular “Rugby League Show” in Wrexham. He will be assisted by legendary former Wales and Great Britain international player John Devereux.
All fans can take in the live stream for just £5 via Ginicam, the interactive broadcasting platform https://ginicam.com/event/VezBhb9jku2yFeDDdCaj
This Friday’s match is Wales’ second in the four-team tournament which celebrates 80 years of the Championship – Wales faced France in the inaugural game of the first competition in Bordeaux on January 1st 1935.
Wales beat Scotland 18-12 in Wrexham in this year’s opening game on October 16 and a Welsh win over the French on Friday will put them in pole position for the title when they travel to Ireland a week later.
Tickets for Wales v France at BT Sport Cardiff Arms Park (kick-off 6.30pm) on Friday can be bought by going to http://www.walesrugbyleague.co.uk/match_day/tickets.
Payment on the gate is still available on the night this Friday and fans can still enjoy the amazing entry prices. Seat ticket are unreserved so you could still sit with people who have pre-booked. Ticket prices are £12 adults, £10 concessions and £5 for children.