Sky Sports has announced that more Sky Bet EFL games will be televised in February, including major derby clashes and fights at the top of the table.

As the promotional race gains momentum, Sky Sports added 18 more live championship games to the February and early March schedule, including Norwich’s trip to Swansea (February 5) and Watford’s visit to Bournemouth (February 27).

Local rivalries will also resume in front of the Sky Sports cameras when Derby takes on East Midlands opponents Nottingham Forest (February 26), Blackburn hosts Preston (February 12) and Sheffield Wednesday, against Rotherham (March 3) occurs.

The semi-finals of the EFL Trophy as well as the League One duel between Gillingham and the promotion hopes Lincoln will also be seen live on Sky Sports in February.

Wayne Rooney’s derby will host Nottingham Forest in front of the Sky Sports cameras

Confirmed EFL games on Sky Sports

Norwich will face Swansea in a match between the current top 2 live on Sky

Fri 22 Jan: Stoke v Watford (7.45pm)

Sun January 24th: Preston vs Reading (12.30pm)

Sun January 24th: Middlesbrough v Blackburn (3pm)

Tuesday, January 26th: Ipswich v Sunderland, 7.45pm

Fri 29 Jan: Reading vs Bournemouth, 8pm

Sat January 30th: Norwich v Middlesbrough (12.30pm)

Sat January 30th: Huddersfield v Stoke (3pm)

Wed February 3rd: Brentford v Bristol City (7.45pm)

Friday February 5th: Gillingham v Lincoln City (6pm)

Friday February 5th: Swansea v Norwich (8:15 p.m.)

Sat February 6th: Coventry v Watford (12.30pm)

Fri 12 Feb: Blackburn v Preston (7.45pm)

Sat February 13th: Nottingham Forest v Bournemouth (12.30pm)

Tuesday February 16: EFL Trophy Semifinals 1 – Teams TBC (6pm)

Tuesday February 16: Luton v Cardiff (8:15 p.m.)

Tuesday February 16: Middlesbrough v Huddersfield (7.45pm)

Wednesday, February 17th: EFL Trophy Semifinals 2 – Teams TBC (6pm)

Wednesday, February 17th: Bournemouth v Rotherham (8:15 p.m.)

Fri February 19: Watford v Derby (7.45pm)

Sat February 20th: Coventry v Brentford (12:30 p.m.)

February 23rd: Rotherham v Nottingham Forest (7.45pm)

February 23rd: Luton v Millwall (7.45pm)

Wed February 24th: Preston v QPR (7.45pm)

Fri 26 Feb: Derby v Nottingham Forest (7.45pm)

Sat February 27th: Bournemouth v Watford (12.30pm)

Tue March 2nd: Reading vs Blackburn (8pm)

Wed March 3rd: Stoke v Swansea (8pm)

Wed March 3rd: Sheffield Wednesday v Rotherham (7.45pm)

All Sky Bet EFL games are available on TV or online

While the doors remain closed to fans or only limited viewers are allowed through the turnstiles, there is an agreement that all games not live on Sky Sports can be streamed by clubs on iFollow (or an equivalent club service) for a match pass price of £ 10.

In addition, holders of season tickets get access to all home games according to the newly agreed framework, provided this has been agreed by the club where the supporter has a season ticket. In the championship, access to away games during the week is also offered as part of the season ticket package if the clubs offer it.

Match-by-match streaming and season tickets are a temporary measure that has only been introduced if, due to the Covid-19 pandemic, the clubs are operated with a capacity of zero or less and are subject to regular reviews.

David Baldwin, Chief Executive Officer of EFL said: “There is no argument that the league, its clubs and fans want to see the live matches. The overall goal is clearly to get fans back to the stadiums as soon as possible this is certainly possible. ” In the meantime, this framework allows our clubs, if they so choose, to reward their most loyal supporters by hopefully only giving short term access to their games.

“It is important that the doors remain fully or partially closed, but we ensure that fans of all EFL clubs can access and watch their team. I would like to take this opportunity to thank Sky Sports for their support.” Support in this matter. Overall, this is not our preferred situation, but given the circumstances Covid has presented us with, it gives us a temporary option as we finalize our plans for fans to return. “

Sky Bet Championship Streaming

Championship clubs can stream any game not shown live on Sky to fans who purchase individual game passes for £ 10.

The new framework for season ticket subscribers enables clubs to provide the following streams:

  • All home games, including those shown live on Sky
  • Every weekday away game, including the games shown live on Sky

The clubs cannot grant access to an away weekend game within a season ticket package, either live on Sky or not.

Leagues one and two streaming

League One and Two can stream any game not shown live on Sky to fans who purchase individual game passes for £ 10.

The new framework for subscribers allows clubs to also stream:

  • All home games, including those shown live on Sky

The clubs cannot grant access to an away game within a season ticket package, neither live on Sky nor not.