BURTON Albion fans can now purchase Season Passes for the 2019/20 campaign - and international subscribers can watch at least 42 of our League games next season at a discounted price!
FANS BASED INTERNATIONALLY:
THIS July there is an Earlybird offer for international Brewers who want to purchase a video pass to stream at least 42 of our Sky Bet League One games next season - at just £110 compared to the price of £130 in August!
That is a huge saving compared to the £5 per match Match Passes - £110 works out at just £2.62 a game next season.
The streams are of excellent quality, provided by the EFL and its streaming partners, with on-screen graphics as well as commentary, providing you with the ultimate matchday experience from the comfort of your own home and laptop, tablet or smartphone!
So any fans living abroad will be able to watch the Brewers in league action next season at less than the price of a pint per game!
So make sure to subscribe today to take advantage of this discounted offer before the August 12 deadline.
FANS BASED IN UK AND IRELAND:
FOR fans based domestically, not all games can be streamed due to broadcasting restrictions - but you can still follow the Brewers with iFollow!
Our best value package is our Audio Season Pass. For a one-off price of just £45, you can listen to live match audio from the commentary team at BBC Radio Derby, watch all match highlights as soon as they are uploaded to the website, receive the latest club news through our official newsletter and get all the latest behind-the-scenes content at Burton Albion.
You can also subscribe monthly to this package for just £4.49 a month, with all 46 of our league games receiving audio commentary!
Supporters can also register for a basic free account, which will allow you to watch some but not all of the on-demand videos from our iFollow Brewers service.
The Audio Season Pass truly is the best way to follow your Burton Albion this season! You can even watch a Full Match Replay of most games in the days following the match!
Match Passes will also be available domestically for certain games that fall outside of the traditional Saturday 3pm "blackout". Our first game available to stream domestically this season will be our away trip to Oxford United on Tuesday, August 20 - with more details to follow on that.
Once again, a one-off Match Pass for fans based in the UK and Ireland will be £10.