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Watch the Blades live this season

21 June 2018

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Fresh from its maiden campaign in 2017/18, iFollow is back for the new season with significant changes in place to enable UK-based Blades to watch United - live!

The innovative live streaming platform was launched last term to revolutionise the way overseas fans could follow the Blades overseas, with all league fixtures streamed live - save those selected for TV coverage.

New for 2018/19, UK fans - previously frozen out of the live streaming agreement - will have access to select midweek fixtures exclusively through iFollow.

Representing a huge step forward on the digital front, all midweek Championship fixtures throughout the coming season will be streamed live to watch in the UK - again, with the exception of those selected for live TV coverage.

Previously, the live streaming of game video through the iFollow service was exclusive to international subscribers.

United fans overseas will continue to enjoy access to every league fixture, Saturdays included, as per 2017/18, while live audio commentary remains in place domestically for every Blades game.


The models for domestic and international subscriptions are as follows:

Domestic
UK/Ireland/Isle of Man/Guernsey/Jersey

  • Match Pass: £10
    For matches available to be streamed live in the UK
    (outside the blocked hours of 2:45pm - 5.15pm on Saturday afternoons, Championship fixtures not broadcast on Sky Sports)
     
  • Monthly Pass: £4.49
    Live audio commentary only
     
  • Season Pass: £45
    Live audio commentary only
     

International

  • Match Pass: £5
    For matches available to be streamed live outside the UK
     
  • Season Pass: £110
    For all matches available to be streamed live outside the UK
     


Match passes will be available once TV selections have been confirmed - around six weeks in advance.


Supporters should note that games selected for live TV coverage overseas will not be available to iFollow subscribers due to the EFL worldwide broadcast contract.


For UK subscribers, regular Bank Holiday fixtures will not be available as part of the same agreement.


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