Season ticket holders at Championship clubs will be able to watch all their team's remaining regular games under an agreement between the EFL and Sky Sports.
Season ticket holders will be able to watch their side in action via iFollow, regardless of whether or not they have a Sky Sports subscription when the Championship resumes on June 20.
Sky Sports will broadcast 30 of the outstanding 108 games and the remainder will be available to season ticket holders.
Each club will determine which fans have access and the service may be in lieu of a refund on season tickets or as part of a wider package.
Regular supporters will be able to watch any game for the cost of a £10 streaming pass.
It is understood the Championship fixture schedule and Sky’s selected games will be finalised next week, with the last round of regular matches now taking place in the midweek of July 21 and 22.
The Championship Play-off Final will either be played on Sunday, August 2 – the day after the FA Cup Final – or Monday, August 3.
Matches will be played at 6pm or 8pm on Fridays, 12.30pm, 3pm or 5.30pm on Saturdays and 12pm on Sundays. Midweek matches on Tuesdays and Wednesdays will kick off at 5pm, 6pm or 8pm
EFL chairman Rick Parry said: “We’re delighted to have reached such an agreeable and sensible arrangement that ensures the financial impact to clubs is minimised.
“Sky Sports are able to get their football business back up with one of the most-eagerly anticipated Championship run-ins in years and, importantly, fans get access to games during a period where guidelines prevent them from attending in person.”
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