Coventry City's game against Norwich City this evening is available to stream on iFollow and on the Sky Sports Red Button.
The Sky Blues host The Canaries this Wednesday 17th February at St Andrew's, with a 7pm kick-off for the behind-closed-doors Sky Bet Championship clash.
Coverage is available 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 and as this is a home game it will also include commentary provided by BBC CWR, with City legend Steve Ogrizovic.
Match Passes on iFollow:
Fans can purchase a Match Pass for just £10 and stream the action on Wednesday night!
To purchase a Match Pass, click here.
Championship Club Season Ticket Holders:
Fans who have set up their iFollow account under the same e-mail address as their Season Ticket will be able to watch by simply logging in to thier iFollow account.
Technical help for iFollow:
Sky Sports Red Button
This is one camera standard definition coverage, without replays, and with commentary from Sky Sports.
Coventry City do not receive additional revenue from fans watching via this method. We are not able to provide any technical support for fans watching via the Red Button.
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
Commentary on iFollow - Clarification
For home games, iFollow video coverage will continue to also include commentary from BBC CWR as previously.
Unfortunately for away games, current BBC coronavirus reporting restrictions mean that BBC commentary teams, including BBC CWR, are now not attending away games in person. This means that the commentary that we normally provide will no longer be available for away matches.
BBC CWR are providing their audio commentary from their studios using our video footage streamed on iFollow - this means it is not possible for this commentary to then be added to the video footage.
For all away games, the default audio setting for all Sky Blues supporters is now the in-stadium sound. Subject to availability, a feed from the opposition club commentary will be provided as an additional option for Sky Blues fans.
Unfortunately for the game against Cardiff we had requested and expected the opposition commentary feed to be provided through iFollow, in the same way as we had and it was provided vs Millwall, but this did not happen. We were only made aware of this issue after kick-off. A 'neutral' commentary option was then provided by EFL/iFollow for the second-half. We apologise to fans for any inconvenience.