It's crunch time for Oracle Team USA. Surely the America's Cup holders can't claw their way back against Emirates Team New Zealand. But they did it in 2013... The final set of races starts again on Saturday 24 June. Here's how you can watch all the action

Defending Champions ORACLE TEAM USA will be looking at making history by becoming only the second team to win three consecutive America’s Cup matches, but they have some catching up to do.

Emirates Team New Zealand are in dominant form (you might be surprised to hear what their secret really is), yet surely the Americans’ magnificent comeback from 8-1 down to win it 9-8 four years ago must be nagging at the back of the Kiwis’ minds…

Don’t miss a moment of the action. The final set of races starts again on Saturday 24 June and New Zealand need just four more wins.

Click here to read the schedule of events


How to watch on TV

The UK and Ireland Live Host Broadcaster for the 2015-2017 America’s Cup will be BT Sport. Broadcast times will be updated on the America’s Cup website  ( when scheduling details are confirmed.

BT Sport will be showing all the racing free to view for the first 12 days on BT Sport Showcase HD channel 115 and Virgin channel 548.

Mobile operator EE has also been giving some customers six months’ free trial of BT Sport.

The BBC will be broadcasting race highlights from 11 June, starting with the highlights of 10 June racing on BBC Two between 12pm-1pm and repeated 7pm-8pm on BBC Red Button.

Sunday, 25 June: BBC Two from 1pm-2pm

Monday, 26 June: BBC Two from 1pm-2pm (only if the series has not already been decided on previous days).

The BBC will schedule further coverage if the series hasn’t been decided by the 26 June at a time to be confirmed

On your phone

There is a pay-to-play America’s Cup app which carries additional content including on board camera footage, video extras, social chat features and behind-the-scenes storytelling.

Download the app here: (

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On the water

If you are attending the event in Bermuda, take advantage of the Spectator Boat experience and watch all the action from the water. Tickets costs $150-$200 per person and children under 13 get a discounted price.

At the race village

Where better to watch the event than at the race village in Bermuda itself. With views of the Great Sound and the finish line, there’s plenty of shows, food options, and sailor signing sessions.

Tickets are available for each day of racing on the America’s Cup website ( and prices range from between $10-$50.