WWE Clash At The Castle 2024: Match Card, How To Watch, Start Times, And Everything To Know

WWE’s Clash at the Castle returns for 2024 as the UK-based PLE heads to Glasgow, Scotland for the latest installment. This is the second time WWE has held this event, with the first being in 2022.

This year’s Glasgow event will take place at the OVO Hydro on June 15. As of this writing, there are five matches confirmed for the card, with each of them being contested for WWE championships.We have a few predictions about some of these matches, and possible title changes, below.

Much like the first installation on the event, 2024’s Clash at the Castle is being built around WWE wrestler Drew McIntyre. In 2022, he headlined the event and faced Roman Reigns for the Undisputed WWE Universal Championship. Ultimately, he lost. Now, two years later, McIntyre takes on Damian Priest for the World Heavyweight Championship. It’s unknown whether or not this will be headlining the event or opening the PLE–the former seems more likely, considering there’s an “I Quit” match on the card.

Chances are there’s a lot you may be wondering about this event, which takes place in Europe. “What time is this show airing in my time zone?” You may be wondering about the match card, how to stream the PLE, and maybe you’re salivating for a couple predictions. Don’t worry, we have all the info you need to know about the upcoming Clash of the Castle event. Check it all out below.

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How to watch Clash at the Castle

If you want to know who will win the crown, then you’ll have to subscribe to Peacock, which includes other WWE live events and costs $6 a month. There’s also the $12 a month option which allows you to download content for offline viewing and watch movies or TV shows without ads. If you’re a premium subscriber, what you’ll get during WWE PLEs instead of commercials is video recaps of the various feuds leading into matches.

There are multiple ways to watch Peacock. Aside from watching it on mobile devices and PC, you can stream the service on Amazon Fire devices, Android TV, Apple TV, LG Smart TVs, PlayStation 4, PlayStation 5, Roku, Samsung Smart TVs, Xbox One, Xbox Series X, Xbox Series S, Xfinity, and more.

Start time for Clash at the Castle

11 AM PT1 PM CT2 PM ET7 PM BST4 AM AEST (June 16)

Clash of the Castle returns to Glasgow, Scotland, and because of this, most American audiences will get to enjoy this PLE during a lovely Saturday afternoon. Once again, sorry Australia because this PLE airs super-early in the morning for all of you. Like previous PLEs, there will be a Kickoff Show, which will highlight the ongoing storylines leading to Clash of the Castle. So if you’re excited to watch the show, but you aren’t caught up on all the storylines, the Kickoff Show will be a great place to catch up.

Match card for Clash at the Castle

Below, you’ll find the match card for the WWE event. As of this writing, there are five bouts on the card, and considering previous PLEs that aren’t one of “The Big Four, there may be one more match added; however, both PLE’s that proceeded Clash of the Castle–The King and Queen of the Ring and Backlash France–only had five matches on the final card.

Damian Priest (c) vs. Drew McIntyre (World Heavyweight Championship)Bayley (c) vs. Piper Niven (WWE Women’s Championship)Bianca Belair & Jade Cargill (c) vs. Alba Fyre & Isla Dawn vs. Shayna Baszler & Zoey Stark (WWE Women’s Tag Team Championship)Sami Zayn (c) vs. Chad Gable (Intercontinental Championship)Cody Rhodes (c) vs. AJ Styles (“I Quit” match for the Undisputed WWE Championship)


Damian Priest (c) vs. Drew McIntyre (World Heavyweight Championship)

This is a tricky one. Damian Priest is a new champion, and WWE probably wants to establish him as a credible champion. However, he’s up against McIntyre, who is battling-it-out in his home country in Scotland. Considering McIntyre lost the last time he was in a match at Clash in the Castle, losing again wouldn’t really help him out. So the best way to go about this match is to have McIntyre win, but he needs to win in a way that doesn’t allow him to win the World Heavyweight Championship. That being said, if this is the case, McIntyre will win by DQ, whether it be someone else helping Priest out, Priest using a weapon, CM Punk showing up to mess with McIntyre, or Priest getting counted out. This will lead to a rematch at Money in the Bank in July, with Priest getting a ton of heat. I don’t see the title changing hands at this PLE.

Winner: McIntyre wins by DQ.


Bianca Belair & Jade Cargill (c) vs. Alba Fyre & Isla Dawn vs. Shayna Baszler & Zoey Stark (WWE Women’s Tag Team Championship)

WWE is showcasing its top-tier women’s tag teams and having them fight-it-out for the women’s tag title. Luckily, it will be a triple threat match, and not one of those multi-tag matches where only two people are in the ring at the same time. Derailment aside, this is a fantastic way to put some emphasis on this division and to establish Belair and Cargill as stars. This will be a fantastic match, regardless, as each tag team brings a very specific style of wrestling to the match. But ultimately, the powerhouse team of Belair and Cargill will get the win here.

Winners: Belair and Cargill

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