BritBowl XXXIII Live on BBC Sport!

BAFA have shared word that thanks to the stellar efforts of BAFA streaming partner, Onside Productions, this year’s National Championship games will be broadcast via the BBC Sport website for the first time!

With the Onside crew producing the stream, which will still be also available live via Facebook and YouTube, the BritBowl Championship games will have the potential to reach thousands of new viewers via the BBC’s website!

Per BritishAmericanFootball.org:


The Premiership and U19 finals games from Britbowl weekend will be live streamed on the BBC Sport website

BAFA are delighted to share the news that a live feed of two of the biggest games from the forthcoming Britbowl XXXIII weekend will be shared by BBC Sports.

The first stream will kick off at 12pm, for the U19 final between London Blitz and East Kilbride Pirates. This will be followed with the Premiership final between Tamworth Phoenix and London Warriors at 4pm.

As part of their commitment to developing sports in Scotland and sports that appeal to younger audiences, BBC Sport Scotland will show the games on www.bbc.co.uk/sport/scotland and the live sports guide on the BBC site.

Watch the U19s and Premiership finals via BBC Sport.

BAFA’s streaming partner for Britbowl XXXIII, Onside Productions, are providing the live stream for the BBC.

BAFA Chair, Nichole McCulloch, commented:

“This is a fantastic opportunity for British American Football to reach a new audience. The two games we have selected for streaming represent the best we have to offer – the premiership final is the pinnacle of our National Leagues adult contact competition, while the U19 final is a showcase of our future talent. We’d like to thank the BBC for this opportunity and Onside Productions for their support to make it happen.”

 

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