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Posted Tuesday, August 21st 2018

Watch City at QPR live online in the UK

BCTV+, City's online live streaming platform, will broadcast its first Sky Bet Championship fixture to fans in the UK and Ireland tonight (Tuesday, 7.45pm). 

Match passes for supporters in the UK cost £10 (in line with the pricing structure set by the EFL) with the game being included as standard in all annual and monthly BCTV+ video packages for overseas subscribers (not audio subscriptions).

Subscribers can enjoy a multi-camera production with replays and commentary - the service is available on desktop as well as mobile and tablet devices, only on the official Bristol City app.

To subscribe choose the relevant package below and create an account (supporters with an active app login can use this login to link their subscription to) or click here for more information. First time subscribers are also advised to read our FAQs ahead of subscribing. 

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BCTV+ video was previously available only to subscribers outside the UK and Ireland. However a new set of rights for 2018/19 allow the club to screen select fixtures live online in the UK and Ireland.

These are matches that fall outside UEFA’s Article 48 blackout window between 2.45pm and 5.15pm on Saturday’s along with Bank Holiday dates. Games being broadcast on Sky Sports or by an international broadcast also remain unavailable.

As such these will predominately be midweek matches kicking off at 7.45 pm. Full details ahead of each eligible match will be promoted here - lookout for the BCTV+UK logo on eligible matches.

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