S4C will have live and exclusive coverage of the British and Irish rugby cup final between Yorkshire Carnegie and London Welsh on Sunday, 10 April.
The channel will broadcast the B&I final at the Headingley Stadium, Leeds, from 2.45pm, kick-off 3.00pm.
The coverage – Rygbi: Yorkshire Carnegie v Cymry Llundain – will be available with both Welsh and English commentary. The English commentary is available via the red button service on Sky, Freeview or Virgin Media. Freesat viewers should use the audio selection option.
S4C is available on Freeview 4, Sky 104, Freesat 120, Virgin Media 166 in Wales and on Sky 134, Freesat 120 and Virgin Media 166 in England, Scotland and Northern Ireland.
The match will be available to watch live online throughout the UK on S4C's website s4c.cymru and BBC iPlayer.
S4C's Content Commissioner for Sport, Sue Butler said, "We are delighted to be providing live and exclusive coverage of this prestigious rugby tournament. Yorkshire Carnegie and London Welsh are two sides at the top end of the English Championship and it should be a competitive match between two open, exciting sides."
London Welsh, coached by former Wales international Rowland Philips are now back at Old Deer Park, Richmond after three seasons in Oxford, has a unique place in Welsh rugby history as breeding ground to some of our greatest international players.
Yorkshire Carnegie are a side pressing for promotion to the Aviva Premiership and have a passionate following.
The coverage will be available to watch online for 35 days after the original broadcast on s4c.cymru and BBC iPlayer.
Produced by Sunset & Vine Cymru and SMS, the presentation team will include presenter Owain Gwynedd, commentary by Cennydd Davies and Rob Walters and Catrin Heledd reports from pitch side.
In the build up to the live coverage, S4C will show highlights of the London Welsh Festival of Male Choirs – G?yl Corau Meibion Cymry Llundain – from 1.15pm.