SwansTV Live stream for Luton
Swansea City are back in action again on Saturday as Luton Town visit the Liberty Stadium for the first home game behind-closed-doors (12.30pm).
After last week’s superb 3-0 victory at Middlesbrough, SwansTV will also be back in action to bring you the live stream of the Championship clash straight into your living room.
And, by popular demand, we have extended the contracts of legendary duo Wyndham Evans and Alan Curtis by a whole week to provide you with their own unique commentary alongside Anthony O’Connell. Lee Trundle will also be tricking his way into the studio to preview the game 20 minutes before kick-off.
For those of you who logged in on your free code last week, you do not have to redeem your code again as it will be active for the rest of the season.
You are advised to log in to our test stream, which will be a testcard or adverts, just to make sure everything is still working fine. It is live now and accessed through the homepage ('live now' logo top left) of our website, or official app if using a mobile device.
If you do not have a code, then you can also purchase the game for £10 in the UK and £7.99 internationally. It is available HERE.
We had nearly 10,000 people individually log in with their code and match pass to watch Rhian Brewster and Andre Ayew fire the Swans to within one point of the play-offs at Middlesbrough. We are expecting another busy day on Saturday, so you are again advised to log in to your stream early.
Our helpline is still open from 10am-4pm until Friday and from 11am on Saturday to rectify any issues, but we cannot guarantee to solve any problems if you leave it until just before kick-off to notify us.
The helpline number is 01792 616599 for any code issues.
For Swans Club Account queries, email firstname.lastname@example.org.
Mobile/tablet: If you are on a mobile device you can only view the live content on the Official Swans App. You can download this on android or IOS handsets. Please ensure that you have selected the video or audio button. Audio is available on all devices.
It is also not available on AppleTV, Chromecast or any other big screen streaming devices, also due to EFL rules.