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📺 How you can watch the play-offs

How you can show your support from home

18 June 2020

Exeter City's play-off matches against Colchester United with both be live exclusively on Sky Sports Football and Main Event in the UK.

The matches take place on the following dates and times:

  • First Leg: Colchester United vs Exeter City | Thursday, June 18, 5:15pm
  • Second Leg: Exeter City vs Colchester United | Monday, June 22, 5:15pm

How to watch

Sky Sports Football can be found on channel 401 on Sky or 501 on Virgin Media and 402 on BT.

I don't have Sky Sports 

If you don't have Sky Sports there are various options open to you...

Now TV Sports Pass (Monthly)

You can purchase a monthly pass for £33.99 which will give you access to all 11 Sky Sports channels and means you can watch both legs of the play-offs and the return of the Premier League.

Now TV is available on most modern Smart TVs and can be watched via the Now TV app on your phone/tablet or on a laptop computer or PS4/Xbox One.

Click here to find out more.

Now TV Sports Pass (Weekly)

You can purchase a weekly pass for £14.99 which will give you access to all 11 Sky Sports channels and means you can watch both legs of the play-offs and the return of the Premier League.

Now TV is available on most modern Smart TVs and can be watched via the Now TV app on your phone/tablet or on a laptop computer or PS4/Xbox One.

Click here to find out more.

Now TV Sports Pass (24 hours)

You can purchase a 24-hour pass for £9.99 which will give you access to all 11 Sky Sports channels. You would need two of these passes to watch both legs.

Click here to find out more.

What devices can I watch Now TV on?

You can watch NOW TV on over 60 different devices. Watch online at NOWTV.com, download the app to watch on the go, or check out our NOW TV Smart Stick. For a full list of compatible devices and what to do, click here.

Can I watch on iFollow?

Live commentary (audio only) will only be available on iFollow due to Sky Sports being the rights holder for the EFL play-offs.


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