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National League answers calls with launch of streaming service

Elliot Newby of Stockport County and James Jones of Wrexham during the National League fixture on May 8, 2022 (by Matthew Ashton - AMA/Getty Images)

The National League, the fifth tier of English club football, has announced it will launch a streaming platform.

The National League board had previously said it was pursuing the implementation of a streaming service in the second half of the current 2022-23 season. Following what it said has been a “huge amount of work” behind-the-scenes, a soft launch of the streaming platform has now been announced for December 10, with a full launch two weeks later.

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