How to live stream the Vanarama National League play-offs




It has already been confirmed that all matches in the 2019/20 Vanarama National League play-offs – including those of Slough Town – will be broadcast (somewhere), but now we can tell you how and what it’s going to cost.

The website has published an article confirming all matches between July 19 and August 1 will be broadcast thanks to a partnership between BT Sport – who already broadcast National League matches live, and Sportradar – a sports data and digital content provider based in Switzerland.

A new website has been launched to show the matches online. Supporters can will be able to choose their matches and purchase matchday passes (please note the website is supported by LV Bet if you have concerns about betting advertisements).

Where you can watch the matches

To watch the matches, go to where the games will be streamed.

What it will cost to watch the matches?

According to SportsPro, supporters will be able to purchase single matches to watch for £5.99 – though the respective finals will be priced at £6.99. National League fans will be able to watch all 10 matches for £14.99 – though it is worth remembering a number of matches will take place at the same time. Matchday passes can be purchased here.

Related: Slough Town fans urged to get ‘face in the crowd’ for National League play-off

When are the matches?

Sunday 19th July 2020- 1.30pm

NLN: Elimination Round- Match A – Altrincham vs Chester
NLS: Elimination Round – Match A – Slough Town vs Dartford

Sunday 19th July 2020- 4pm

NLN: Elimination Round- Match B – Brackley Town vs Gateshead
NLS: Elimination Round – Match B – Bath City vs Dorking Wanderers

Saturday 25th July 2020- 3pm

NLN: Semi Final – York City vs Winner of Match A
NLS: Semi Final – Havant & Waterlooville vs Winner of Match A

Saturday 25th July 2020- 5.30pm

NLN: Semi Final – Boston United vs Winner of Match B
NLS: Semi Final – Weymouth vs Winner of Match B

Saturday 1st August 2020- 3pm

NLN: Promotion Final – Stadium of the highest ranked finalist
NLS: Promotion Final – Stadium of the highest ranked finalist

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