All four Ladbrokes Challenge Cup quarter-final ties will be broadcast live on television over the weekend of June 23 to 25.
Sky Sports will be at the John Smith’s Stadium for the first game between Huddersfield Giants and Wakefield Trinity Wildcats on Thursday June 23 (8.00pm). After knocking out current holders Leeds Rhinos in the sixth round, the Giants will have their sights on a first Wembley final since 2009.
On Friday June 24 (8.00pm), First Utility Super League’s leading team, Warrington Wolves, will be in action against local rivals Widnes Vikings live on BBC Two.
Two games will be played on Saturday June 25, starting with Hull FC v Catalans Dragons on Sky Sports (1.30pm) followed by Wigan Warriors v Castleford Tigers on BBC Two (5.30pm).
The semi-final draw will also be broadcast on BBC Two on Saturday following the completion of Wigan Warriors v Castleford Tigers.
The schedule for the four Ladbrokes Challenge Cup quarter-finals is as follows:
Thursday June 23 – Huddersfield Giants v Wakefield Trinity Wildcats (Sky Sports, 8.00pm kick-off)
Friday June 24 – Warrington Wolves v Widnes Vikings (BBC Two, 8.00pm kick-off)
Saturday June 25 – Hull FC v Catalans Dragons (Sky Sports, 1.30pm kick-off)
Saturday June 25 – Wigan Warriors v Castleford Tigers (BBC Two, 5.30pm kick-off).
Ticket prices for all four ties will be confirmed by the competing clubs in due course.
Tickets for the Ladbrokes Challenge Cup final at Wembley Stadium on Saturday August 27 costs from just £20 and can be purchased by visiting www.rugby-league.com/tickets or calling the Rugby League Ticket Hotline on 0844 856 1113.