Forces football's finest: Watch all six Inter Services matches live

Watch: How to watch all six Inter Services matches live.

The 2023 Inter Services football championships will see the RAF defend both the men's and women's titles – and you can watch every kick live.

This year, all six matches from the men's and women's tournaments will be broadcast live on the Forces News YouTube channel.

You can also watch on catch up via BFBS TV (for serving personnel only).

The tournaments kicked off as the RAF travelled to Portsmouth for an away tie against the Navy.

The men's match took place at Fratton Park, the home of former FA Cup winners Portsmouth FC with a 1-1 draw failing to separate the two services.

Watch the men's Navy v RAF match in full below.

However, in the women's match, a comfortable 3-0 win for the Air Force at HMS Temeraire signalled their title intentions.

Watch the women's match in full below.

In week two, the Navy women came back kicking from their disappointing loss against the RAF to beat the Army 2-5 at The EBB Stadium in Aldershot

Watch the women's Army v Navy match in full below

In the men's game, the Army showed off their prowess with a comfortable 3-0 win against the Navy.

Watch the men's Army v Navy match in full below

The final week of matches sees the RAF host the Army where the Inter Services champions will be crowned.

The men's match will take place at Montgomery Waters Meadow (home of Shrewsbury Town), while the women's match comes from Leek Town FC's Harrison Park.

Full coverage details of the remaining 2023 Inter Services matches are:

  • RAF women v British Army women - Harrison Park - 29 March - 12:45 - LIVE on Forces News and catch-up via BFBS TV (for serving personnel only).
  • RAF men v British Army men - Montgomery Waters Meadow - 29 March - 18:45 - LIVE on Forces News and catch-up via BFBS TV (for serving personnel only).

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