Channel 4 will also show highlights of all three Lions Tests against South Africa and All4 will show highlights of their tour matches against provincial sides.
The touring party will then head to South Africa where they will play five matches against local opposition before the first Test against the world champion Springboks on Saturday, July 24, with the second and third Tests on the following two Saturdays.
This will be the first time the Lions have been on terrestrial television since the 1993 tour of New Zealand and highlights of all Castle Lager Lions Series Tour matches will be shown on All4.
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It’s the latest coup from Channel 4 Sport which earlier this year brought free-to-air live Test cricket back to television screens after a 16-year break with its coverage of England’s tour in India.
The Lions matches will be presented by Scottish anchor Lee McKenzie.
British & Irish Lions managing director Ben Calveley said: “We are delighted that Channel 4 are our broadcast partners for our first match on home soil since 2005."
Channel 4 will also show live coverage of the Heineken Champions Cup final between La Rochelle and Toulouse at Twickenham on 22 May.