Not going to Villa Park on Tuesday night to watch the Millers? Why not experience the next best thing by watching it from the comfort of your own home with an iFollow Millers match pass available HERE!
This year, UK-based supporters can watch their team at home or on the road when their fixtures fall outside of the 2:45pm to 5:15pm window on a Saturday or their game is not being broadcast by Sky Sports.*
Following your team has never been easier and you can now follow Paul Warne’s side on the iFollow Millers service like never before.
Supporters buying match passes for games outside of the Saturday window will benefit from watching their team’s game from a four camera setup, whilst footage will be accompanied by exclusive club commentary with co-commentators including club legends John Breckin, Richard Finney and Mick Leng.
Just £10 will get you a match pass to qualify for all of the above, whilst other subscriptions for domestic and international supporters are available here.
There is a dedicated iFollow help website which will answer all of your questions about the service, which you can find here.
What is iFollow and who can stream where?
Following iFollow’s successful introduction in 2017/18 for supporters based overseas, enhancements are being introduced to the live streaming platform ahead of the start of the new campaign at no extra cost to viewers.
• International Season Pass - £110
• International Match Pass - £5
In a second development, and in what is a first for English football, some Sky Bet EFL matches will also be made available to watch to supporters within the UK and Ireland throughout the 2018/19 season via iFollow.
Access to domestic live streaming must be bought on a match-to-match basis at a cost of £10 per fixture.
This development has been made possible due to the new broadcast agreement with Sky which was agreed last year, whereby EFL Clubs have been granted the rights to stream games to a domestic audience, in addition to their followers overseas which has been available since the start of 2017/18.
EFL Clubs will be able to live-stream in the UK and Ireland any league match via their respective iFollow (or equivalent) service that takes place outside the blocked hours of 14.45-17.15 on Saturday afternoons and that is not broadcast live on Sky Sports.
Fixtures taking place on Bank Holidays or Easter will be unavailable for streaming. Sky Sports will have the right to stream the same Championship fixtures to subscribers across their interactive and digital services.
*Fixtures taking place on Bank Holidays or Easter will be unavailable for streaming. Any game broadcast by Sky Sports will not be available for streaming.