Swansea City v Birmingham City | SwansTV Live - How to watch/listen
Swansea City's Championship clash with Birmingham City will be available in dark market areas for supporters to watch on SwansTV Live, and here's how you can watch or listen to the match.
The Championship clash is LIVE on Sky at midday on Sunday, therefore SwansTV LIVE is only available to dark market areas. Dark market areas are where Sky or Pitch International haven't sold TV rights.
Reminder of Dark Market Areas:
Please note that this list can change at any time, but currently these ‘Dark Market’ countries are:
Albania, Bangladesh, Bhutan, Cambodia, Faroe Islands, Greenland, Hungary, India, Italy, Japan, Laos, Liechtenstein, Luxembourg, Malaysia, Maldives, Malta, Mongolia, Myanmar, North Korea, Nepal, Pakistan, Romania, Singapore, San Marino, South Korea, Sri Lanka, Taiwan, Timor-Leiste, Ukraine, Vatican City, Vietnam.
Due to EFL restrictions, the game is not available to view in the UK and Ireland.
To watch the game you can sign up HERE for £7.99.
The broadcast will start at approximately 11.55am.
The live stream will be a multi-camera operation with replays, graphics and full local commentary.
Live audio is also available to all our fans globally - and you can sign up to listen HERE.
Today's match will not include a pre-match, half-time or post-match show.
How do I watch/listen to the stream?
Once you have subscribed to either audio or video, you have two options to watch the game:
Mobile devices, including iPads & tablets: You must log in to watch or listen on the Official Swans App via the "LIVE" tab.
For desktop or laptop: You must watch/listen by logging in to www.swanseacity.com (homepage)
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
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