On Sunday afternoon, 128 days after our last match in National League South, Slough Town will take to the field once again.
For such a huge occasion we would ordinarily be expecting to welcome a large crowd to Arbour Park. However in the current circumstances, with football matches required to be played behind closed doors, we must ask that all supporters stay away from Arbour Park.
However, supporters don’t need to miss a kick of the action.
The National League, in partnership with BT Sport and Sportradar, have launched a live streaming platform on which all of the National League North and South play-off matches will be shown – including HD coverage and commentary.
‘Play-off passes’ come in four individual and multi-match packages. To access every match live and on demand, the cost is £14.99. Single game passes are available from £5.99, while access to both promotion finals costs £9.99. Viewers will be able to access the streaming platform via web, mobile devices and tablets, in addition to connected TVs via Chromecast.
Click here to access the streaming platform.
For any supporters unable to watch the action, BBC Radio Kent will be in attendance and broadcasting live commentary.
Click here to listen to BBC Radio Kent’s commentary.
In addition, we know of at least three pubs in Slough which are planning to show the match – The Wheatsheaf, The Long Barn and The Herschel Arms. We would like to thank them for their support.
We will also provide updates as usual via our Twitter channel, @sloughtownfc.
Wherever you are watching or listening in from, we hope you enjoy the match and hope to see you all back at Arbour Park as soon as we are able to.
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