01:28PM, Thursday 16 July 2020
Slough Town fans have finally been provided with a streaming platform to watch Sunday’s eliminator clash with Dartford at Arbour Park.
The Rebels fans can’t be there in person to cheer on their side but, for a fee, they will be able to watch the National League’s live stream, which has been launched in partnership with BT Sport and Sportradar.
Each of the 10 play-off games in the National League North and South will be shown exclusively on the service, which includes HD coverage and commentary.
Match passes can be purchased individually or as a multi-match package. To access every match live and on demand the Play-Off Pass is priced at £14.99. Single game passes are available from £5.99, while access to both promotion finals costs £9.99.
Viewers will be able to access the streaming platform via the web, mobile devices and tablets in addition to TVs connected via Chromecast.
The Rebels kick off the play-off action at home to Dartford on Sunday,1.30pm kick-off. Should they progress they will visit Havant & Waterlooville on Saturday, July 25, 3pm kick-off. The final will take place at the stadium of the highest ranked finalist on Saturday, August 1, 3pm kick-off.
Rebels joint manager Jon Underwood said he hoped the games would be accessible to all supporters, adding that it would be a real shame if some of them missed out due to a lack of 'tech savviness'.
Click here sign up for and watch the streams.
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