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Friday, February 21st 2020
Tomorrow's match against West Bromwich Albion will only be available to overseas supporters on Robins TV (Saturday, 3pm).
The game is available to international subscribers as per EFL Regulations. Click here to subscribe - £5 pay-per-view or £110 for an annual pass*.
The fixture on Robins TV will include a pre-match build up, replays, graphics and commentary.
Our audio commentary passes are also available at £45 per season or £5 per month with dual commentary from BBC Radio Bristol and this remains the only option for supporters without a ticket to follow the game live.
Supporters are reminded they will have to download the new Bristol City app if they are wanting to buy the audio or international live stream as the old app has been discontinued.
Tickets are still available for the Sky Bet Championship match, with over 23,000 sold.
*Due to EFL broadcasting regulations, RobinsTV is not allowed to live stream FA Cup and Carabao Cup fixtures as well as matches chosen for Sky Sports or Overseas transmission.
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