Stoke game available to UK and international fans on Swans TV Live
Swansea City’s Championship fixture against Stoke City is available to UK and international supporters on Swans TV Live on Wednesday night (7.45pm).
The fixture will be screened live by SwansTV and supporters are able to purchase the game for just £10 in the UK. You can purchase the game HERE.
Anthony O’Connell will provide commentary.
The live stream will be a multi-camera operation with replays and match graphics, there will be a half-time highlights package and a full-time round up of the action.
Fans outside the UK and Ireland can purchase a full-season subscription for Championship fixtures for £170.
There is also an optional monthly subscription available at a cost of £25, which will be automatically renewed unless cancelled by the subscriber.
Individual matches, including this one, can be purchased for £10. Fans can purchase streaming packages HERE.
Live commentary of all league games is available internationally, as well as in the UK and Ireland, for £45 per season, or £5 per month on a rolling contract until cancelled by the subscriber. These can be purchased HERE.
We ask supporters to check their connections in advance of matchday. This will enable staff to resolve any issues. We cannot guarantee resolving issues if large numbers sign in just before kick-off.
All technical queries regarding the stream should be emailed to firstname.lastname@example.org.
How do I watch/listen to the stream?
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 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 to view on AppleTV, Chromecast or any other big screen streaming devices due to EFL rules.