International fans can watch Saturday’s game against Reading live on Valley Pass.
Lee Bowyer and his team travel to Madesjki Stadium on Saturday and international fans will be able to watch the game live in the company of Valley Pass commentators Greg Stubley and Tom Wallin.
Fans living outside of the UK or on holiday abroad can watch Saturday’s game with one of two subscriptions:
- A live stream match pass, which costs £5 and gives you access to one game
- A live stream season pass, which costs £110 and gives you access to all league games the club is allowed to stream in your respective region and full access to the Valley Pass archive
Any fan on holiday from the UK is advised to purchase a match pass, as a season pass will not work when you return to the UK.
For Saturday’s game supporters will be able to watch the game on desktops and laptops but not mobile devices or tablets. The live streamed games will be available on mobile devices and tablets via a new Valley Pass app in the coming weeks.
Once you have a package, click here to watch the game, coverage starts from 2.45pm on Saturday, August 31st.
Information for Domestic Users
The club will be streaming league games on Valley Pass this year but due to EFL rules, games on Saturdays at 3pm cannot be streamed in the UK and Ireland, Isle of Man, Guernsey and Jersey. The first game available to domestic users was our game against Nottingham Forest on Wednesday, August 21st.
Domestic users can listen to Saturday’s game on Valley Pass. Subscription costs just £6.50 a month or £60 for the year and will include the post-game interviews and highlights of the game. To sign-up for Valley Pass click here. Please note a Valley Pass subscription will not give you access to games the club are allowed to stream in the UK and Ireland, Isle of Man, Guernsey and Jersey. These games will be available on a match-by-match purchase.
Please note Domestic Users are defined as those within the UK and Ireland, Isle of Man, Guernsey and Jersey.
Listen Saturday's game by clicking here.