iFollow - Live domestic streaming

Robie

Junior Member
#1
Snuck into a wordy but enjoyable article about iFollow is the news that video of games will be streamed inside the UK not just abroad.

Whilst, thankfully, Saturday 3pm games will not be I think this will be pretty terrible for attendances, atmosphere and therefore enjoyment of live football.

I'll still be extending my subscription to the service!
 

Craig

Active member
#2
Yep, all midweek (including bank holiday I believe) games that aren’t shown on Sky. This was announced a while ago actually, it’s only now we’ve decided to mention it ourselves. I barely used it last year, so won’t renew, I’ll just buy match passes to midweek away games.
 

Dave T

Well-known member
#3
Yep, all midweek games that aren’t shown on Sky. This was announced a while ago actually, it’s only now we’ve decided to mention it ourselves. I barely used it last year, so won’t renew, I’ll just buy match passes to midweek away games.
How much is a match pass ?
 

Robie

Junior Member
#5
I don't think it is a coincidence that you are not able to subscribe at the moment...

They will be increasing their prices and I imagine people will be deciding between this and a season ticket.
 

Craig

Active member
#8
That’s pretty decent. Will that just be league games or any Oufc game not on a sat 3pm
So checkawank trophy games, league cup, fa cup ?
All cup too, I think. I’m almost certain you could pay to watch Checkawateva games live last season for about £5. Not at the beginning, it was introduced after the group stages if I remember rightly.
 

Dave T

Well-known member
#9
What was full subscription. I struggle to get to midweek away games so would Definitely be interested if they start showing live games in uk
 

Craig

Active member
#10
I believe so.

Was it £5 for streaming video? I expect it will be more...
Really? I don’t. You can buy a Sky Sports day pass for £7, so there’s no way they can expect to charge that much for streaming video without commentary.
 

Robie

Junior Member
#11
Really? I don’t. You can buy a Sky Sports day pass for £7, so there’s no way they can expect to charge that much for streaming video without commentary.
I wasn't aware that Sky Sports is £7 for a day. Fiver seems about right then.
 

Neville60

Active member
#12
Sky should put sound on for the games, or allow you to be able to listen to Radio Oxford at the same ime for the commentary.
 
#13
watched the last home game last season whilst abroad - was £5, fantastic picture quality - with the exception of sound, the crowd noise was few seconds ahead of the picture so had to put on mute and enjoy another cold beer ;)
 

Bue Guado

Active member
#20
I make it 5 league home games , 3 away games and 1 Home cup game so far.

Plus any other league cup and checkawank games will be midweek. And most of the Ireland games are midweek and a few of the ones when we’re back
I doubt the Ireland games, or many of other friendlies, will be available for video streaming.
 
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