Sky Sports have announced the second batch of Sky Bet Football League fixtures that they will broadcast in the 2015/16 season.Sky Sports will screen another seven Football League matches in the first three months of the campaign, to add to the 16 games which were previously scheduled.
Amongst the newly-announced fixtures is Queens Park Rangers’ match against Nottingham Forest, which takes place on Saturday 12th September, and Milton Keynes Dons’ clash with Derby County on 26th September.
It means that Sky Sports will broadcast 29 different teams, across all three divisions, over the opening period of the season.
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Upon the initial announcement of the fixtures, Sky Sports Head of Football Gary Hughes said: “Last season’s Championship was one of the most exciting in recent memory and what you can guarantee with the Football League is competitive games from the opening weekend to the final day of the playoffs.
“With more games than ever on Sky Sports we’ll be able to show more of that story, and cover more clubs up and down the country that the fans are so passionate about.”
Sky Sports’ coverage of The Football League will be fronted by Simon Thomas, with Don Goodman, Peter Beagrie and Andy Hinchcliffe providing the expert analysis. They will also be broadcasting more Football League games than ever before this term, with 112 regular season matches and 15 Play-Off games set to be shown exclusively live.