Broadcaster S4C will show every one of Wales’ remaining Football World Cup qualifiers live from 24 March, as our Euro 2016 heroes battle to make it to Russia 2018.
A deal with Sky Sports – host broadcaster and official licensee in the UK and Ireland – means that viewers will be able to enjoy live coverage on free-to-air television in the Welsh language.
Dylan Ebenezer will anchor S4C’s popular presentation team with Nic Parry and Malcolm Allen in the commentary box and former internationals Owain Tudur Jones and Dai Davies providing the analysis. Rondo Media will be producing the broadcast.
S4C’s coverage, produced by Rondo Media, will start with the crunch Republic of Ireland v Wales on Friday, 24 March. Wales’ Group D matches continue against Serbia away on Sunday, 11 June, Wales v Austria on Saturday, 2 September and Moldova v Wales on Tuesday, 5 September.
October sees fixtures away at Georgia on the 6th and finally home for Wales v Republic of Ireland on Monday, 9 October.
S4C is available on all platforms in Wales and on Sky, Freesat and Virgin Media all over the UK. A HD service can be enjoyed on both the Sky and Freesat platforms.
S4C Sports Commissioner Sue Butler said,
“We are delighted to offer the only live free-to-air coverage of Wales’ 2018 World Cup qualifiers.
“Chris Coleman’s team captivated us at Euro 2016 and it’s great to be back with the Wales team following all the action and drama live on S4C.”