This will be the first time in the Elite League era that a major final will be shown live on a free-to-air platform.
— Matt Davies (@MattDavies_NP) 3 March 2016
Elite League Chairman, Tony Smith, said: “Making the tournament more accessible for fans is one of the reasons why we changed the Challenge Cup to a one-off final last year.
“Whatever sport you follow the excitement of cup final day is something that fans understand and the league is really excited to be able to share ours with the wider sporting world.
“This is a great opportunity for us to showcase our sport in front of a huge audience who may not watch ice hockey on a regular basis.”
— Andrew Sheard (@PantherAS90) March 3, 2016
Face-off on Sunday is 4.00pm and fans in Britain can watch the game via this link.