Every Carabao Cup Round Two, Three and Four match will be available to watch live on Sky Sports or online in September, whilst access to matches remains restricted to supporters.
Four matches will be broadcast live on Sky Sports from each round, with Round Two’s live TV games confirmed as:
Tuesday 15 September
Burton Albion v Aston Villa - 7:45pm
Wednesday 16 September
West Bromwich Albion v Harrogate Town - 6pm
Everton v Salford City - 8:15pm
Thursday 17 September
Brighton & Hove Albion v Portsmouth - 7:45pm
Fixtures that are not scheduled for TV will be streamed online on the following basis in the UK only:
- EFL Club vs EFL Club – streamed on iFollow or club equivalent service
- EFL Club vs Premier League Club – streamed on carabaocup.live
- Premier League Club vs Premier League Club – streamed on carabaocup.live
Matches will be available to purchase on an individual match pass price of £10. Season ticket holders will be required to purchase a match pass for Carabao Cup fixtures.
From the Carabao Cup Quarter-Finals onwards, all matches will be broadcast live on Sky Sports.
Streaming is not available internationally however 29 matches are made available across the competition to the EFL’s overseas broadcast partners.
The streaming of Carabao Cup matches is a temporary measure that has been put in place whilst Clubs operate at a zero or reduced capacity as a result of the COVID-19 pandemic and will be subject to regular review.
Revenue generated from streaming Carabao Cup matches is split 50-50 between the Clubs involved. This would be the same as if fans were able to attend the match in person.