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How to watch and follow the EFL

There are many ways to watch, listen and engage with the EFL, wherever you are in the world.

These include through a broadcaster and Club streaming services.

Depending on where you are and what time a game kicks off, there will be different options.

Here are all the details you need to know for the 2022/23 season.

Live TV

UK

In the UK, Sky Sports will show 138 Sky Bet EFL matches across the Championship, League One and League Two, plus all Play-Off matches, 15 Carabao Cup ties and the Semi-Finals and Final of the Papa Johns Trophy.

Weekend games on Sky Sports are typically Friday evening, Saturday lunchtime, Saturday evening, Sunday afternoon or Monday evening. And midweek Sky Sports games are typically shown at 7.45pm or 8pm on Tuesday or Wednesday.

International

Any match shown live on Sky Sports in the UK is made available overseas via the League's international broadcast partners. As well as this fixture, a minimum of 36 Championship fixtures taking place on Saturdays at 3.00pm, will be distributed for international coverage, alongside selected League One and Two fixtures, Carabao Cup ties, and action from across the Sky Bet Play-Offs.

For more details on TV broadcasting go here.

Streaming

A selection of Championship, League One and League Two matches can be streamed by Clubs in the UK (comprising of the UK, Republic of Ireland, Channel Islands, Jersey, Guernsey and the Isle of Man), as well as a large number of games being streamed internationally.

Access your Club's streaming service here.

The position in each Sky Bet EFL division is as follows:

Division

Domestic

International

Championship

All scheduled midweek matches (unless selected as one of Sky Sports Exclusive midweek selections)

Displaced weekend matches - matches which are moved from Saturday 3pm kick-offs for non-TV purposes (at the discretion of the Home club)

Midweeks on 16/17 August and 30/31 August are at home Club discretion

Games on 10/17 December, during the World Cup are at home club discretion

Bank Holiday matches are at the Home club discretion

All Championship matches can be streamed by Clubs internationally, except for any games selected for international broadcast

In some territories, games can be streamed even if it has been selected for international broadcast - more details can be found here.

League One

All scheduled midweek matches

Displaced weekend matches - matches which are moved from Saturday 3pm kick-offs for non-TV purposes

Bank Holiday matches

Papa Johns Trophy matches (apart from the Semi-Finals and Final which are live on Sky Sports)

All of the above will be unavailable if a match is selected by Sky Sports

Overseas supporters can watch live all EFL League One & League Two games

League Two

All scheduled midweek matches

Displaced weekend matches - matches which are moved from Saturday 3pm kick-offs for non-TV purposes

Bank Holiday matches

Papa Johns Trophy matches (apart from the Semi-Finals and Final which are live on Sky Sports)

All of the above will be unavailable if a match is selected by Sky Sports

Overseas supporters can watch live all EFL League One & League Two games

The latest list of international TV selections can be found here.

Audio

All matches across all competitions in the EFL will be available as live audio commentary across each Club's streaming service.

For more details on streaming go here.

Highlights

ITV will show highlights of the Sky Bet Championship, Sky Bet League One, Sky Bet League Two, Carabao Cup and the Papa Johns Trophy from the 2022/23 season.

A comprehensive round-up of all the day's action from across the EFL will be shown on Saturday at 9pm on ITV4, with a repeat being shown on ITV later in the evening. There will also be a repeat on ITV on Sunday mornings.

Highlights of midweek fixtures, where a full round has taken place, will also be broadcast on ITV and ITV Hub, covering Sky Bet EFL matches.

Each highlights programme will be available in full, on a catch-up basis on ITV Hub during the period of 30 days following its first transmission.

For more details on highlights on ITV go here.

Radio

TalkSPORT offer exclusive live commentaries on national radio across the Sky Bet EFL as well as non-exclusive rights to the Carabao Cup that are shared by the BBC. Both TalkSPORT and the BBC have the ability to broadcast score flash updates across all competitions. BBC Local Radio also have individual commentary deals with selected EFL Clubs.

For more details on radio go here.