Crufts live stream and TV channel: How to watch Crufts live

Crufts, the ‘World’s Greatest Dog Show’ is back for another year, with agility, best in show and all the adorable pooches. This is the 129th Crufts, and the event will start today on Thursday, March 5.

Crafts take place four days and will end on Sunday, March 8 when the coveted Best in Show award winner is revealed.

Canines will take to the ring, undertaking agility, obedience and jumping competitions.

Working dogs will also be celebrated, with a West Midlands Police Display, Good Citizen Dog Scheme Display and more.

The event is also a good opportunity for dog lovers to meet different breeds in the Discover Dogs area.

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How to watch Crufts live

Channel 4 will be covering Cruft this year, fronted by presenter Clare Balding.

In total 15 hours of coverage will be shown on Channel 4 and More 4 direct from the NEC Arena in Birmingham.

Gogglebox star Scarlett Moffatt will be hosting the Crufts Extra YouTube show.

https://www.youtube.com/embed/P-296Vxm4mM

This will be on YouTube from 9am on Saturday and continue until Crufts ends on Sunday.

For those wanting to watch even more of Crufts, the official YouTube account for the dog show will be streaming live.

All the action from the main ring will be shown across all four days on the Crufts YouTube channel.

You can click here to access the Crufts YouTube page.

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Scarlett said of her love of dogs and Crufts: “Crufts is all about showing off our dogs and how much we love them.

“Mine has always been there to support me through thick and thin.

“Bonnie is always there for me.

“As this year’s competition shows, our dogs play a really important role in our mental health and well-being.”

Across Channel 4 the coverage is as follows

Thursday 5th March

  • 3pm to 4pm – Channel 4
  • 6.30pm to 8pm – More4
  • 8pm to 9pm – Channel 4

Friday 6th March

  • 3pm to 4pm – Channel 4
  • 6.30pm to 7.30pm – More4
  • 7.30pm to 9pm – Channel 4

Saturday 7th March

  • 4.30pm to 6.30pm – Channel 4
  • 7pm to 9pm – Channel 4

Sunday 8th March

  • 4.30pm to 6.30pm – Channel 4
  • 7pm to 9pm – Channel 4

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