Coventry City's away game against AFC Bournemouth this afternoon is available to watch exclusively on iFollow!
The Sky Blues visit the Vitality Stadium today, Saturday 10th April, with a 3pm kick-off for the behind-closed-doors Sky Bet Championship clash.
Match Passes are available for £10, with revenue generated from iFollow helping to support the Sky Blues.
Coverage is available exclusively on iFollow for fans in the UK and overseas, with revenue from match passes purchased going to the Sky Blues.
4-camera iFollow video coverage is available in HD. Following changes in BBC reporting restrictions, there will be BBC CWR commentary live from the game, including Sky Blues legend Steve Ogrizovic.
Match Passes on iFollow:
Fans can purchase a Match Pass for just £10 and stream the action this afternoon!
To purchase a Match Pass, click here.
Our guide on how to buy a Match Pass can be seen here.
Once you have purchased, just log in to your iFollow account here and then head to the Match Centre - then just click 'WATCH LIVE NOW' to stream the game.
Technical help for iFollow:
Support and technical help for fans is available by emailing firstname.lastname@example.org or
using the Live Chat function on the website during the match - please do not contact CCFC by email/social media for technical help with iFollow.
A Frequently Asked Question sheet is available - this includes info on logging in, resetting passwords and what to do if your video stream is not loading.To view the FAQ Sheet click here.
Remember - the quality of the iFollow stream will relate directly to your internet speed! If your feed is buffering, you can reduce the quality of the feed on iFollow.
The EFL and Coventry City are actively taking steps to prevent illegal streaming of matches to other fans via accounts on Facebook, YouTube etc.
Illegal streaming is depriving Coventry City of important revenue at a time when funds for the Club are already affected by the Coronavirus Pandemic, and when money received from iFollow is vital in providing support for the Football Club and Manager Mark Robins.
The EFL are actively looking to prosecute people caught streaming these games illegally.
Support your Club - Not Illegal Streams