The Sky Bet EFL will once again be broadcast worldwide this season, with countries from all over the world showing the drama unfold from the Sky Bet Championship, Sky Bet League One and Sky Bet League Two.
2018/19 Carabao Cup and Checkatrade Trophy fixtures will also be screened by the EFL’s multiple international broadcast partners.
Among the nations broadcasting coverage of EFL competitions will be the United States of America, who will screen the games live on multiple ESPN channels, as well as with BAMTech.
beIN Sports is the go-to channel down under, with their channels showing fixtures in Australia and New Zealand.
In Asia, China continue to host the action in the Far East through ssports.com, whilst broadcasters Jio have secured the rights to show EFL coverage in India.
If any EFL fixture has not been selected for international broadcast, then iFollow is the place to watch your team.
New and improved ahead of the 2018/19 season, there is now added commentary services, a new graphics package and an improved app and video player included in the subscription.
International prices have remained frozen from 2017/18, with the following options available to purchase:
International Season Pass - £110
International Match Pass - £5
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Audio only commentary is also available for £45 per year or £4.99 per month
For the full list of the EFL’s international broadcast partners, and where you can watch the action wherever in the world you may be, simply click here.