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  3. 01-08-2020 16:44
It seems certain that the season will begin without fans allowed into grounds. Could all EFL games be available live on subscription? Most fans would subscribe to their teams games - probably both home and away. At say £10 per game Carlisle could get £50,000 or so per game. Fans buying whole season tickets could have the subscription included. This may well make the difference between survival and folding for some clubs
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Sounds like a plan to me, if they were available to watch on your TV.
  1. 01-08-2020 17:14
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Carlisle wouldn’t get 5k subscribers per game. Be nice to get the option but can’t see households with more than one person who generally goes buying more than 1 subscription. Saw some of the prices the Scottish teams were charging and prices varied from £12 cheapest to £20 most expensive at Livingston. Can’t see them shifting many at £20 a go.
  1. 01-08-2020 19:58
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Good point about households rather than individuals, but United do have a large following who live far away and there would be perhaps one or two thousand away fans subscribing also for their one game. Teams like Bradford, Bolton etc may provide 10,000 fans. Having been starved of decent matches since March (I`m not a fan of tip-tap Premiership stuff) I think many fans will jump at the chance to watch their team in action again. £10 would be reasonable, although I agree that £20 is overegging it.
  1. 03-08-2020 15:32
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10 pound wud be about right and plenty will pay that. Despite low crowds a lot of folk would sign up.
  1. 04-08-2020 09:07
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£10-15 seems fair to me and I hope the EFL allow something like this to happen otherwise clubs will really struggle.

I think with away fans included you could be looking at decent numbers for each game, especially with Bolton etc.
  1. 04-08-2020 09:29
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With the £10 it would not just be the £10 from home fans the hosting club should also receive the money from the away fans who pay to watch the match, Although it won't be the same as match day sales the club won't have to pay for stewards etc, so the difference in revenue may be less substantial than first assumed.
  1. 04-08-2020 09:39
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Get a fully loaded firestick and save youself 400 quid if you watch every game
  1. 06-08-2020 09:29
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When you go with a bunch of mates why would you all take out a paid subscription to watch it?

One person subscribes and a load of you watch the game at their house with a few cans.

Again, same for families, might have four season tickets, but only need one television subscription.
  1. 06-08-2020 10:12
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