THE CHAMPIONSHIP is the most exciting league in the world – and Sky Sports will be showing more of it than ever this season.
And even if you're not a Sky subscriber there are other options available for fans to watch midweek and Bank Holiday fixtures if you can't make it to a game.
How do I watch Sky Sports red button?
At least one match in a Championship midweek schedule will be selected for Sky Sports.
These matches will be shown on Sky Sports Football or Main Event, with the red button service allowing you to watch the rest of the fixtures happening at the same time.
To access the red button, go to any of the Sky Sports channels on your television and then press the red button to select that match you wish to watch.
All the games will have commentary and for those who have Sky Q, the games will be available in HD.
Those who have a Sky package through Virgin Media can also watch the game.
Sadly NOW TV users are unable to access the feature on their streaming devices – but if you're a Sky customer, matches are shown live on the Sky Sports App.
Which Euro 2020 games are being shown on Sky this week?
Thursday, October 10
- Belarus vs Estonia – 5pm, Sky Sports Football
- Holland vs Northern Ireland – 7.45pm, Sky Sports Main Event
- Croatia vs Hungary – 7.45pm, Red Button
- Slovakia vs Wales – 7.45pm, Sky Sports Premier League
- Austria vs Israel – 7.45pm, Red Button
- North Macedonia vs Slovenia – 7.45pm, Red Button
- Latvia vs Poland – 7.45pm, Red Button
- Belgium vs San Marino – 7.45pm, Red Button
- Russia vs Scotland – 7.45pm, Sky Sports Football
Friday, October 11
- Portugal vs Luxembourg – 7.45pm, Sky Sports Premier League
- Montenegro vs Bulgaria – 7.45pm, Red Button
- Ukraine vs Lithuania – 7.45pm, Red Button
- Andorra vs Moldova – 7.45pm, Red Button
- Iceland vs France – 7.45pm, Sky Sports Football
- Turkey vs Albania – 7.45pm, Red Button
Can I watch the Championship games without a Sky package?
There are options to watch the games if you don't have Sky in the UK.
The contract which has been agreed between Sky and the EFL means that fans can watch the games through the Football League's new streaming service iFollow.
Season packages vary from but clubs participating in the service charge £10 for a one-off match.
All information can be found on your club's website.
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