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EFL: All Championship, League One and League Two games made available to view

joe516

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Fans were able to stream all games last season after the Championship restart in June
All English Football League games will be available to watch from home while matches continue to be played behind closed doors or at limited capacity.

A "flexible framework" has been agreed with Sky Sports to allow all games not televised live to be streamed online.

The EFL says it is a "temporary measure" that will be "subject to regular review" from early October.


Relegated Watford will open the 2020-21 Championship campaign at home to Middlesbrough on Friday, 11 September.

Under the agreement season ticket holders will be able to stream their club's home matches, with match passes also available for a £10 fee.
EFL: All Championship, League One and League Two games made available to view
 

channelking

TK Veteran
Should make this applicable to premier league.

Not being able to watch all games in this country is a right p*sstake.
 

bobsyouruncle

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Should make this applicable to premier league.

Not being able to watch all games in this country is a right p*sstake.


A few news articles have come out in the past few days, suggesting that may indeed happen. Though it seems to be temporary for as long as COVID lasts, as opposed to a permanent change.

A quick Google only seems to yield tabloid articles though. DailyStar & DailyMirror . I imagine we'll be hearing more of this in the coming days.
 
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