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SHREWSBURY TOWN GAME CAN BE WATCHED LIVE OVERSEAS ON IFOLLOW

Supporters outside UK will be able to watch all league games next season

21 June 2017

Northampton Town's trip to Shrewsbury Town on the opening day of the season will be the first Cobblers game that can be watched worldwide through the club’s new digital streaming platform iFollow.

Launched for the 2017/18 season, more than a million people have already visited the iFollow club platforms ahead of the new campaign, with the innovative service set to revolutionise the way overseas EFL fans follow their team.

More than 1,500 matches will be available in HD quality this season across the Cobblers iFollow network. Subscribers will pay the equivalent of £110 per season for the service which will provide coverage of up to 46 Cobblers games live.

League matches selected for live TV coverage, including those on Sky Sports and one other Saturday 3pm kick-off that will be broadcast internationally, will NOT be available to stream on iFollow.

iFollow and the EFL’s new club websites have been optimised for all devices ahead of the 2017/18 campaign. Fans based in the UK and Ireland will still also have access to live audio commentary, highlights packages and exclusive content as part of the new offering, rebranded to replace the EFL’s former PlayerHD platform.

EFL Chief Executive Shaun Harvey commented:
“For football fans - wherever they may be in the world - fixture release day is one of the most eagerly anticipated dates in the calendar and this year it has added significance as we are in a position to announce the opening weekend’s games that will be streamed live on our new iFollow service in what is a first for English football.

“We are confident that iFollow will revolutionise the way thousands of EFL supporters overseas gain access to their club, which will not only provide a potentially significant new revenue stream for our clubs but also help raise the profile of our competitions on the international stage.”

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