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EFL and Sky ‘in talks’ to expand clubs’ live streaming into 2020-21

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The English Football League and its domestic broadcaster, Sky, are reportedly in talks to allow clubs to livestream all matches on their own websites in the 2020-21 season.

The initiative was originally agreed for the post-Covid 19 lockdown denouement to the English second-tier Championship’s 2019-20 season. This saw 78 live matches not broadcast by Sky made available to clubs for season ticket holders to watch without charge or for a fee of £10 (€11/$13) to other fans.

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