Entertainment What channel is Ulster vs Glasgow on? TV and live stream info for Friday's game
United Rugby Championship: Edinburgh and Glasgow Warriors learn fixtures for new competition
Edinburgh will host Scarlets in their new stadium on the opening weekend of the new United Rugby Championship season while Glasgow Warriors face an away game at Ulster. © Edinburgh and Glasgow Warriors will both travel to South Africa in the spring to play United Rugby C... The capital club, who will play their home games at Edinburgh Rugby Stadium on the back pitches at Murrayfield, will meet the Welsh side on Saturday, September 25 (kick-off 5.15pm. Glasgow’s game in Belfast is on Friday, September 24 (7.35pm).
Ulster kick-off the new United Rugby Championship on Friday night.
Dan McFarland's men open their campaign at home to Glasgow Warriors (kick-off 7.35pm).
Up to 15,000 fans will be in attendance for the game, as bigger crowds start to return to major sporting events.
If you're not heading to Kingspan, here's more info on the game and how you can watch it.
When and where is the game?
Ulster vs Glasgow is at Kingspan Stadium on Friday night, September 24.
What time is kick-off?
The game kicks off at 7.35pm.
Is it on TV?
The game is being shown live on1 on Friday night. Their coverage gets under way at 6.30pm.
Can I live stream it?
Premier Sports subscribers can live stream the game on the Premier Player.
(15-9) Ethan McIlroy, Robert Baloucoune, James Hume, Stuart McCloskey, Jacob Stockdale, Billy Burns, John Cooney.
(1-8) Andrew Warwick, Brad Roberts, Marty Moore, Alan O’Connor, Sam Carter (Capt.), Greg Jones, Sean Reidy, Nick Timoney.
Replacements: Rob Herring, Eric O’Sullivan, Tom O’Toole, Mick Kearney, Matty Rea, Nathan Doak, Mike Lowry, Will Addison.
- Ulster 1/6
- Glasgow 4/1
- Draw 25/1
Odds subject to change
Stormers get first win while Ulster go top of URC .
There were wins claimed by the Stormers and Ulster over the Dragons and Lions respectively in their United Rugby Championship games on Friday.The Stormers were down 10-3 at one stage but their forwards became increasingly dominant and the South Africans were deserved winners, with the Dragons conceding a number of penalties.