With the EFL season starting this weekend on-line coverage of our games will switch back to the EFL iFollow service with effect from this weekend's game against Newport County.
Due to current broadcasting restrictions games cannot be live streamed within the UK (plus the Republic of Ireland) between the hours of 2.45pm and 5.15 pm on a Saturday, but all games in League Two and the Papa Johns Trophy can be viewed live by overseas supporters - the Carabao Cup ties are not eligible for streaming. Prices internationally are £10 for a single match, £25 for a month or £170 for a season, but until the end of August the season pass can be bought for an ‘early bird’ price of £140.
EFL League Two games played in midweek and on international weekends (including during the World Cup) and Bank Holidays, and all Papa Johns Trophy games (up to but not including the semi-finals), will be live streamed in the UK at a cost of £10 per match. Carabao Cup games cannot be live streamed. FA Cup games are under the control of the FA and details will follow at the time of the games.
For all other EFL League Two games we will be providing audio commentaries courtesy of our SUFCtv team through the iFollow system. Domestic passes cost £2.50 for a single game, £4.49 for a monthly pass and £45 for a season’s pass. Audio commentaries are included in the international prices shown above.
Highlights of games, and a full match re-run, will appear on our website from 1am on the day following a game.
BBC commentaries on EFL games cannot be broadcast on the internet through the BBC website.
These services can all be purchased through the iFollow section on our website by clicking here. Note that for away games, passes should still be purchased through our site rather than that of the home side as the club selling the pass retains the revenue.