We are pleased to be broadcasting major games involving the Welsh Rugby Union and affiliated clubs live on the Official Welsh Rugby Union web site. Now fans from across the globe can experience the atmosphere of a Welsh Rugby Game live in their living room!
This weekend you can catch Heineken Cup action by logging on to the 'Match Day Live section'.
Friday 11 January
Newport v Newcastle, kick off 7.05pm
Saturday 5 January
Harlequins v Bridgend, kick off 3.00pm
Llanelli v Leicester, kick off 3.00pm
Northampton v Cardiff, kick off 3.00pm
Gethin Jenkins will become the most capped Welshman of all time when he starts for his country against Scotland at the Millennium Stadium on Saturday. WRU TV's Alex Bywater speaks to the prop about the milestone and what his 105th cap means to him.
Carmarthenshire school children flocked to Carmarthen Athletic to watch the Wales Sevens squad at a training session where Adam Thomas and Lee Williams were hoping to raise the profile of the sport with the Commonwealth Games rapidly approaching.
Wales Under 20 travel to Newcastle on Friday to face England at Kingston Park. With the likes of Jack Dixon and Ashley Evans returning to the squad, it's arguably the strongest side head coach Byron Hayward has put out in the tournament so far. WRU TV previews the game with Defence Coach Richard Hodges and captain Steffan Hughes.
Wales head coach Warren Gatland gives an exclusive interview to WRU TV after naming his side to face England in the RBS 6 Nations at Twickenham on Sunday. Gatland has recalled British & Irish Lions duo Jonathan Davies and Alun Wyn Jones to his side while Rhys Webb retains his place at scrum half.