WWE Clash at the Castle 2024 live stream: How to watch online, start time, card

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WWE created quite the buzz with its inaugural Clash at the Castle event two years ago. That Premium Live Event is now back for a second outing for WWE Clash of the Castle 2024, which gets underway shortly at Glasgow, Scotland's OVO Hyrdo.

Last time at Clash at the Castle, Drew McIntyre was unsuccessful in his quest to dethrone Roman Reigns as the Undisputed WWE Universal Champion. So, will the Scottish Warrior have more joy when he challenges Damian Priest for the WWE World Heavyweight Championship today?

Elsewhere, all indicators suggest that Uncle Howdy will return with a new faction on tomorrow's WWE Raw, but could this eerie figure and his mysterious crew actually have a role to play today? That remains to be seen.

WWE Clash at the Castle 2024 start time and date

• Date: Saturday, June 15
• Start time: 2 p.m. ET / 11 a.m. PT / 7 p.m. BST / Sun. 4 a.m. AEST
• Watch in the U.S.: Peacock
• Watch everywhere else:
WWE Network
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While Clash at the Castle is of course heavily marketed around Drew McIntyre – the Scotsman challenging for a World Title in his home country – the three-time World Champion isn't the only Scot involved in this Premium Live Event.

Fresh off attacking WWE Women's Champion Bayley and Naomi on WWE SmackDown last night, Piper Niven is another challenging for gold on home soil, facing the Role Model for the blue brand's top women's prize. Then there's the duo of Isla Dawn and Alba Fyre, who get their crack at the WWE Women's Tag Team Championships in a triple threat match.

On top of that, many speculate that the Gallus Boys – nowadays found in NXT – could turn up at Clash at the Castle to make a major statement in their home city of Glasgow, possibly to have Drew McIntyre's back as the shadow of CM Punk looms large.

How to watch WWE Clash at the Castle 2024 from anywhere

While Peacock is available all across the U.S. and the WWE Network is still the standard around the world (though that's changing), WWE Clash at the Castle 2024 live streams can get a bit confusing. You might want to check out a VPN if you can't watch with the service you normally use.

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Watch WWE Clash at the Castle 2024 in the US

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WWE premium live events like WWE Clash at the Castle 2024 are exclusively streamed on Peacock in the United States. They are included in both the Premium and ad-free Premium Plus tiers of the streaming service.

However, even if you’re subscribed to the ad-free option, it won’t make a difference since commercials are still included in live WWE productions.

Peacock plans start at $5.99 per month. Even better, you can get the annual Peacock plan for $59.99, which essentially gives you two months free!


In addition to the WWE live streams, Peacock also has huge library of licensed content drawn from various brands. That includes shows like "The Office," "Law and Order: SVU and "Real Housewives" and movies like "Oppenheimer."

Watch WWE Clash at the Castle 2024 in UK

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Wrestling fans in the United Kingdom can grab WWE Clash at the Castle 2024 livestreams on the WWE Network at 7 p.m. BST.

It's also available from BT Sport Box Office for £14.95.

Americans abroad in the U.K., though, can use NordVPN to watch on Peacock, as they would normally, from anywhere in the world.

Watch WWE Clash at the Castle 2024 in Australia

WWE Clash at the Castle 2024 live streams begin at 4 a.m. AEST on Sunday morning.

It's all on Binge, the new official home for WWE premium live events in Australia.

Binge has three tiers for its pricing, starting at $10 AUD per month:

  • Basic - $10 a month with 1 screen, SD
  • Standard - $16 a month with 2 screens, HD
  • Premium - $18 a month with 4 screens, HD

WWE Clash at the Castle 2024 card and predictions

While the U.K. had to wait 30 years for another 'proper' PPV/PLE after WWE SummerSlam '92, 2022's Clash at the Castle proved to be a huge success for the promotion as WWE entirely took over Cardiff, Wales.

Here in 2024, it's Glasgow, Scotland that's the scene of the second-ever Clash at the Castle event, with OVO Hyrdo playing host today to an event headlined by Scottish badass Drew McIntyre facing off with WWE World Heavyweight Champion Damian Priest. Big Drew came up short against Roman Reigns at the last Clash at the Castle, and it remains to be seen whether he'll remedy that by leaving Glasgow with gold once again over his shoulder, especially if CM Punk opts to make an appearance.

Elsewhere, Cody Rhodes - these days the poster boy of the company - runs it back against AJ Styles, picking things up from their WWE Backlash main event where the Phenomenal One was unsuccessful in trying to take Rhodes' WWE Undisputed Championship. However, this rematch goes down under I Quit rules following AJ's faux retirement on WWE SmackDown last month, and that stipulation means P1's OC running buddies, Luke Gallows and Karl Anderson, are fair game for interference.

In other singles title action, Bayley puts her WWE Women's Championship on the line against Piper Niven, with Piper another Scot guaranteed to get a huge welcome from the Glasgow crowd. She's also guaranteed to have the ever-mischievous Chelsea Green in her corner as Niven - who's from 20 miles down the road from Glasgow - looks to win her first major singles gold in WWE.

For Chad Gable, he gets another shot at the WWE Intercontinental Championship, with the Olympian doing battle with Sami Zayn. Gable is in the middle of the push of his career, with the Alpha Academy man forever a standout of WWE programming since turning heel against Sami earlier in the year. Having previously come up short against both Gunther and Zayn for that Intercontinental Title, could now be the time for Chad Gable to finally get the job done? If so, will that be with the help of his Alpha Academy crew, or could an alliance between Gable and the Creed Brothers now come to the fore?

Rounding out the WWE Clash at the Castle card, it's the WWE Women's Tag Team Championships on the line as Bianca Belair and Jade Cargill defend those belts against Shayna Baszler and Zoey Stark, and the Scottish duo of Isla Dawn and Alba Fyre.

  • Triple Threat Match For The WWE Women's Tag Team Championships: Bianca Belair & Jade Cargill (c) vs. Isla Dawn & Alba Fyre vs. Shayna Baszler & Zoey Stark
  • WWE Intercontinental Championship Match: Sami Zayn (c) vs. Chad Gable
  • WWE Women's Championship Match: Bayley (c) vs. Piper Niven
  • I Quit Match For The WWE Undisputed Championship: Cody Rhodes (c) vs. AJ Styles
  • WWE World Heavyweight Championship Match: Damian Priest (c) vs. Drew McIntyre

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