Charlton fixture available to UK viewers on SwansTV Live
Swansea City's Championship clash with Charlton will be available for supporters around the globe, including the UK and Ireland, on SwansTV Live on Wednesday night (7.45pm UK time).
The build-up will start 30 minutes before kick-off when presenter Sioned Dafydd and her studio guest – Swans legend Alan Curtis - host our pre-match show, half-time and full-time analysis.
Anthony O’Connell and fans’ favourite Wyndham Evans will provide live match commentary.
The live stream will be a multi-camera operation with replays, match graphics and player and manager interviews from the stadium.
To watch the game you can sign up HERE.
Live audio with our commentary partners BBC Radio Wales is also available to all our fans internationally and in the UK and Ireland. You can sign up to listen HERE.
How do I watch/listen to the stream?
You are advised to subscribe well ahead of the game to allow time for any technical issues you may be experiencing to be rectified by our streaming partner.
Once you have subscribed to either audio or video, you have two options to watch the game:
For mobile devices, including iPads & tablets:
You must log in to watch or listen on the Official Swans App via the "LIVE" tab. You cannot watch via a mobile device unless it is through the Swans App, due to EFL rules.
For desktop or laptop:
You must watch/listen by logging in to out website homepage at www.swanseacity.com.
Please note there is an audio/video switch after you log in so you can select your requirement.
You cannot watch via a mobile device, unless it is through the Swans App, due to EFL rules.
It is also not available on AppleTV, Chromecast or any other big screen streaming devices, also due to EFL rules.
Download the FAQ document HERE which answers all your questions
If you are experiencing any issues, please contact our streaming partners: email@example.com who will assist. The club cannot deal with any request direct, especially on a matchday, unless forwarded by our streaming partners.