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BEHIND CLOSED DOORS GAMES TO BE STREAMED TO 2019/20 SC HOLDERS

5 June 2020

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Season Card holders will be given unprecedented access to iFollow HTAFC

- Town’s remaining 2019/20 Sky Bet Championship matches to be shown on iFollow HTAFC
- Season Card holders can watch Town home and away on iFollow HTAFC
- Sky Bet Championship season set to end midweek of 21/22 July 2020

Huddersfield Town’s 2019/20 Season Card holders will be able to watch all of the Club’s remaining Sky Bet Championship games on iFollow HTAFC!

The provisional date of return for the Sky Bet Championship is Saturday 20 June 2020, with all matches being played behind-closed-doors.

With fans unable to attend home games due to the COVID-19 pandemic, 2019/20 Season Card holders will be given unprecedented access to watch the Club’s remaining home and away games via iFollow HTAFC!

Promotional codes will be provided for the Club’s online streaming service, iFollow HTAFC, to make sure they don’t miss any of the action.

Supporters who aren’t 2019/20 Season Card holders will also be able to watch Danny Cowley’s side on iFollow HTAFC for £10 per game.

The Club hopes that as many 2019/20 Season Card holders as possible take up the option of the iFollow pass, but the option of a pro-rata refund will also be available. Please note, if you request a refund, then you will have to purchase a pass for each individual game on iFollow HTAFC, which will cost £10 each, if you wish to watch Danny Cowley’s side. More details on that and other options available to 2019/20 Season Card holders will follow in due course on htafc.com.

30 of the remaining 108 Sky Bet Championship matches will be shown on Sky Sports. If Town are selected for broadcast, the match will still be shown on iFollow HTAFC.

It’s worth noting that only Huddersfield Town matches are available on iFollow HTAFC.

The Sky Bet Championship fixture schedule is in the process of being finalised, alongside the revised broadcast selections, with EFL games set to take place at the following times (or as otherwise agreed):

Weekends

- Friday – 6pm and 8pm
- Saturday – 12.30pm, 3pm and 5.30pm
- Sunday – 12pm

Midweek

- Tuesday – 5pm, 6pm and 8pm
- Wednesday – 5pm, 6pm and 8pm

The broadcast selections made prior to the season suspension will not apply, and Sky Sports will start this process from scratch with first selections expected to be available early next week.

Championship Season End Date

Following further consultation with Sky Bet Championship clubs this week, the season is provisionally set to commence with match 38 on the weekend of 20 June, with match 39 taking place on Saturday 27 June.

This minor amendment to the schedule will result in the last match of the regular season being on the midweek of 21 and 22 July with the Sky Bet Championship Play-off Final on either Sunday 2 or Monday 3 August.


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