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7 August 2018

THE Brewers away game at Bradford City on Tuesday, August 21, will be among the first matches to be live streamed on the club website as part of a new EFL service.

EFL matches across all three divisions are being made available to domestic supporters for the first time this season, following a successful introduction for overseas viewers throughout 2017/18 campaign, where matches were broadcast via iFollow into 165 countries worldwide. 

The platform will now enable domestic supporters the opportunity to watch their team during the EFL season at a cost of just £10 per match in an extension of what has already proved a popular service for EFL supporters.

Sheffield United’s visit to Middlesbrough tonight will be the first Sky Bet EFL match ever broadcast via the live streaming platform to supporters within the UK and Ireland, via iFollow Blades, as well as Middlesbrough’s own streaming platform. 

Matches will then follow across all three divisions, with a tantalising set of midweek fixtures available to domestic subscribers taking place on Tuesday 21 and Wednesday 22 August – with 31 EFL fixtures set to be streamed domestically across the two evenings. 

With Albion travelling to Bradford City in League One you can enjoy the game live with an iFollow Brewers pass. Access to domestic live streaming must be bought on a match-to-match basis, with all eligible fixtures currently announced up until October 5 available to purchase - including our trip to Bradford by clicking  HERE

Fans in the UK and Ireland can watch live EFL league games provided they:

- Fall outside of UEFA’s Article 48 Blocked Hours (14:45-17:15 on a Saturday). They fall outside Bank Holidays

- They have not been selected for broadcast on Sky Sports

 There have also been major improvements across the platform, with added commentary services, a new graphics package and an improved app and video player included in the 2018/19 subscription in not only the Championship, but also League One and League Two.

These developments will also benefit overseas subscribers with the enhanced production values being made in all locations, despite international prices remaining frozen from 2017/18. 

Overseas supporters can watch live EFL league games provided that:

They have not been selected for broadcast on Sky Sports or for international distribution in a territory to have an overseas broadcast partner.

Also available to purchase are the following iFollow products:

-   International Season Pass - £110

-   International Match Pass - £5

Audio Subscribers Audio only commentary is also available for £45 per year or £4.99 per month to both overseas supporters and those based in the UK and Ireland.

How to purchase

To purchase a match pass or to view relevant subscription information relating to iFollow Brewers click HERE


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