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It will be a season like no other but we want you to feel as close to the action as possible with the help of Killie TV.

2020/21 Season Pass holders will get free access to live home matches for as long as you can’t be in your seat at Rugby Park.

As we start the campaign on the road, we know fans will be eager to hear about any access to watching the team when we play away from home and we will provide a separate update on this subject on Monday.

Package information and accessing the content

Instructions will be sent to all Season Pass holders early next week detailing how to access matches through Killie TV.

We will notify supporters of an all-day test which we plan to run with Stream Digital next week to ensure season pass holders can log in, access the site and see a video to ensure everything is set up ahead of the first home match.

If you have any questions about the service then please email support@killietv.co.uk where the enhanced customer services team at Stream Digital can help you.

Home matchday coverage

While you can’t be with us at the stadium, we hope you see your passion reflected in our Killie TV home matchday team with Gavin Wallace and John Boyd setting the scene and speaking to members of the squad before handing over to our commentary team of Andy Bargh and Alan Cochrane.

Our Killie Nation show will continue to give you behind the scenes access while our half time coverage will include a mixture of bespoke features as well as our series of long-form interviews, which allow you to really get to know the person behind the player.

You deserve to hear from the manager and we’ll continue to ensure all pre and post-match content from Alex Dyer is free for all Killie fans to watch.

What do fans get?

To watch all behind closed doors matches at Rugby Park live, you will either have to purchase a 2020/21 Season Pass or be an international Killie TV subscriber (£12.99 per month or £129.99 for the year).

Those with a UK Killie TV subscription (£5.99 per month and £59.99 for an annual pass – does not include live match streaming) will have access to live audio commentary and be able to watch a full match replay on the night of the match.

As one of the 11 top flight sides working with Stream Digital, international fans will be able to watch away matches from all Premiership stadiums with our dedicated Killie commentary.

Stream Digital have invested to ensure their servers are equipped to deal with an increased audience across the league and globe. Meanwhile the league’s production partner QTV will help ensure you get a clear view of the action.

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For anyone who normally pay per game look into getting a VPN. This will allow you to sign up for international sub for £12.99 and watch every home and away game apart from Ibrox. I have used this since KillieTV started and had no issues. 

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9 minutes ago, piffer said:

No pay per game option for home or away games?

I'm assuming thats down to the Sky deal and outwith the clubs control.....

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5 minutes ago, Killiepie said:

For anyone who normally pay per game look into getting a VPN. This will allow you to sign up for international sub for £12.99 and watch every home and away game apart from Ibrox. I have used this since KillieTV started and had no issues. 

100% this. Club still gets your money (more of it in fact) and you get all the games, apart from the hunnery. Win win.

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1 minute ago, CB said:

100% this. Club still gets your money (more of it in fact) and you get all the games, apart from the hunnery. Win win.

Exactly. The club can’t promote this due to the broadcasting law but you will be putting £13 a month into the club and getting every game. 

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Been hoping for some news for away coverage . as surely it’s beneficial for all clubs to cooperate together if allowed....and keep with current Covid regulations and also stop illegal streams getting set up 

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7 minutes ago, Scouser2 said:

Been hoping for some news for away coverage . as surely it’s beneficial for all clubs to cooperate together if allowed....and keep with current Covid regulations and also stop illegal streams getting set up 

The club has mentioned on Twitter to wait till Monday for more details. Stupid not explaining the situation at the same time. 

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3 minutes ago, Killiepie said:

The club has mentioned on Twitter to wait till Monday for more details. Stupid not explaining the situation at the same time. 

Maybe just trying to iron out the final and finer details, with all club's. Price etc

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5 minutes ago, Killiepie said:

The club has mentioned on Twitter to wait till Monday for more details. Stupid not explaining the situation at the same time. 

Deal is probably still being hammered out. Also, the relegation pantomime result will probably be released then too. So we'll know the who, how much, and the whys then.

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2 minutes ago, jam1869 said:

Maybe just trying to iron out the final and finer details, with all club's. Price etc

I get that but the information for home games could easily have waited till Monday as well. 

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Just now, stripes1869 said:

Come on with this moaning.  If the club didnt make an announcement no doubt a thread would of come up on here saying its now less than a week before seasons starts and no announcements have been made about virtual season tickets etc.

 

Half 6 on a Friday night for part information leaving lots of questions or Monday for full details. I know which one makes more sense. 

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51 minutes ago, Killiepie said:

For anyone who normally pay per game look into getting a VPN. This will allow you to sign up for international sub for £12.99 and watch every home and away game apart from Ibrox. I have used this since KillieTV started and had no issues. 

If you take the wording as 100% correct on the clubs released statement, all supporters are going to need a to use a VPN for away games.....

"As one of the 11 top flight sides working with Stream Digital, international fans will be able to watch away matches from all Premiership stadiums with our dedicated Killie commentary."

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5 minutes ago, C4mmy31 said:

If you take the wording as 100% correct on the clubs released statement, supporters are going to need a to use a VPN for away games.....

"As one of the 11 top flight sides working with Stream Digital, international fans will be able to watch away matches from all Premiership stadiums with our dedicated Killie commentary."

That doesn't tie in with the following:-

 As we start the campaign on the road, we know fans will be eager to hear about any access to watching the team when we play away from home and we will provide a separate update on this subject on Monday. 

 

Does say watching, not listening. 

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1 minute ago, Wrangodog said:

That doesn't tie in with the following:-

 As we start the campaign on the road, we know fans will be eager to hear about any access to watching the team when we play away from home and we will provide a separate update on this subject on Monday. 

 

Does say watching, not listening. 

It is rather confusing as the statement does seem to contradict itself.....

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2 minutes ago, Wrangodog said:

That doesn't tie in with the following:-

 As we start the campaign on the road, we know fans will be eager to hear about any access to watching the team when we play away from home and we will provide a separate update on this subject on Monday. 

 

Does say watching, not listening. 

Away games seem to be what Monday’s announcement will be. Looking through every other clubs details there doesn’t appear to be a pay as you go option for UK users. 

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2 hours ago, CB said:

100% this. Club still gets your money (more of it in fact) and you get all the games, apart from the hunnery. Win win.

Not if folk use this instead of a season ticket, or paying into home games, as some already do

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3 hours ago, C4mmy31 said:

It will be a season like no other but we want you to feel as close to the action as possible with the help of Killie TV.

2020/21 Season Pass holders will get free access to live home matches for as long as you can’t be in your seat at Rugby Park.

As we start the campaign on the road, we know fans will be eager to hear about any access to watching the team when we play away from home and we will provide a separate update on this subject on Monday.

Package information and accessing the content

Instructions will be sent to all Season Pass holders early next week detailing how to access matches through Killie TV.

We will notify supporters of an all-day test which we plan to run with Stream Digital next week to ensure season pass holders can log in, access the site and see a video to ensure everything is set up ahead of the first home match.

If you have any questions about the service then please email support@killietv.co.uk where the enhanced customer services team at Stream Digital can help you.

Home matchday coverage

While you can’t be with us at the stadium, we hope you see your passion reflected in our Killie TV home matchday team with Gavin Wallace and John Boyd setting the scene and speaking to members of the squad before handing over to our commentary team of Andy Bargh and Alan Cochrane.

Our Killie Nation show will continue to give you behind the scenes access while our half time coverage will include a mixture of bespoke features as well as our series of long-form interviews, which allow you to really get to know the person behind the player.

You deserve to hear from the manager and we’ll continue to ensure all pre and post-match content from Alex Dyer is free for all Killie fans to watch.

What do fans get?

To watch all behind closed doors matches at Rugby Park live, you will either have to purchase a 2020/21 Season Pass or be an international Killie TV subscriber (£12.99 per month or £129.99 for the year).

Those with a UK Killie TV subscription (£5.99 per month and £59.99 for an annual pass – does not include live match streaming) will have access to live audio commentary and be able to watch a full match replay on the night of the match.

As one of the 11 top flight sides working with Stream Digital, international fans will be able to watch away matches from all Premiership stadiums with our dedicated Killie commentary.

Stream Digital have invested to ensure their servers are equipped to deal with an increased audience across the league and globe. Meanwhile the league’s production partner QTV will help ensure you get a clear view of the action.

won’t matter your still the guts of 2 minutes behind real time ——even sky sports is 10 seconds behind real time           it’s going to be s**te watching the games in a pub because folk will be on phone and shouting if there’s a goal etc 

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On 7/24/2020 at 9:45 PM, DrewWylie said:

won’t matter your still the guts of 2 minutes behind real time ——even sky sports is 10 seconds behind real time           it’s going to be s**te watching the games in a pub because folk will be on phone and shouting if there’s a goal etc 

Watch it at home then!

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On 7/24/2020 at 9:45 PM, DrewWylie said:

won’t matter your still the guts of 2 minutes behind real time ——even sky sports is 10 seconds behind real time           it’s going to be s**te watching the games in a pub because folk will be on phone and shouting if there’s a goal etc 

You won't be ably to watch it legally in a pub unless it is a SKY match. SKY will have inspectors out and about and any pub being caught will be heavily fined.

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