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Domestic livestream available for Addicks test

Supporters unable to get to Ashton Gate tomorrow night can watch Lee Johnson’s men in action on Robins TV (October 23rd, 7.45pm).

Charlton Athletic are the visitors to BS3, as City look to secure back-to-back home wins in the Sky Bet Championship.

The fixture will be the club’s third domestic livestream of the campaign, meaning fans inside the UK and Ireland, as well as international viewers, can watch the game on Robins TV for just £10.

The game coverage on Robins TV will include commentary, co-commentary from a first-team squad member, replays, graphics and in-game analysis.

Fans based inside the UK and Ireland can purchase an individual match pass HERE for £10, while annual international livestream passes are available at £110 for the whole season.*

A live audio commentary package is also available to worldwide supporters, brought to you by BBC Radio Bristol.

Seasonal audio passes cost £45 and include all first team fixtures in the Sky Bet Championship, Carabao Cup and Emirates FA Cup. Alternatively, a monthly audio pass costs £5 month.

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*Except games selected for Sky TV and associated broadcasters.

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