What time is the Boat Race 2021? TV channel and live stream free as Oxford face Cambridge

THIS YEAR's Boat Races will look very different to normal, but Oxford vs Cambridge is finally back.

The race was cancelled last year due to the coronavirus, but we're on hand with all the details on this weekend's returning showpiece.

What time does Boat Race 2021 get underway?

  • This year's Oxford vs Cambridge clash will get underway on Sunday, April 4 – TODAY – with the women's race starting at 3.50pm.
  • The men's race starts an hour later at 4.50pm.
  • The race will get going from the Queen Adelaide Bridge in Ely and will end by Sandhill Bridge in Littleport.

What channel is the Boat Race on and can I live stream it?

  • Coverage of this year's big boat race will get underway from 3pm on BBC One.
  • There'll be no spectators in attendance at any point along the course because of coronavirus restrictions so be sure to catch it on TV.
  • If you want to live stream the event, you can download the BBC iPlayer and stream it from your mobile or tablet device.

Who will be rowing?

Women's crew – (3.50pm)


  • Megan Stoker
  • Anja Zehfuss
  • Martha Birtles
  • Amelia Standing
  • Julia Lindsay
  • Georgina Grant
  • Katie Anderson
  • Katherine Maitland
  • Costi Levy


  • Adriana Perez Rotondo
  • Sarah Portsmouth
  • Abba Parker
  • Caoimhe Dempsey
  • Anouschka Fenley
  • Sophie Paine
  • Bronya Sykes
  • Sarah Tisdall
  • Dylan Whitaker

Men's crew – (4.50pm)


  • James Forward
  • Alex Bebb
  • Martin Barakso
  • Felix Drinkall
  • Tobias Schröder
  • Jean-Philippe Dufour
  • Joshua Bowesman-Jones
  • Augustin Wambersie
  • Jesse Oberst


  • Theo Weinberger
  • Ben Dyer
  • Seb Benzecry
  • Quinten Richardson
  • Garth Holden
  • Ollie Parish
  • Callum Sullivan
  • Drew Taylor
  • Charlie Marcus

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