How do I watch Sky Sports Red Button and what Euro 2020 and Championship games are live on the TV channel?

How do I watch Sky Sports Red Button and what Euro 2020 and Championship games are live on the TV channel?

March 20, 2019

SKY SPORTS have announced that they will be showing more coverage of the Championship than ever before this season.

Even if you do not have Sky there are options for fans to watch midweek, Boxing Day and New Year's Day fixtures.

How do I watch Sky Sports red button?

All the games will have commentary and for those who have Sky Q, the games will be available in HD.

Those who have a Sky package through Virgin Media can also watch the game.

To get the red button, you go to any of the Sky Sports channels on your television and then press the red button to select that match you wish to watch.

Which Euro 2020 matches will be shown on the red button?

With the amount of Euro 2020 qualifiers taking place at once, there are just not enough Sky Sports channels to go around.

The big international sides like Spain and Germany will find themselves on the normal channels along with all the home nations – bar England.

But here are a list of games that you can only see on the red button:

Thursday, March 21

Cyprus vs San Marino

Holland vs Belarus

Croatia vs Azerbaijan

Slovakia vs Hungary

Austria vs Poland

Macedonia vs Latvia

Israel vs Slovenia

Friday, March 22

Luxembourg vs Lithuania

Albania vs Turkey

Andorra vs Iceland

Saturday, March 23

Malta vs Faroe Islands

Sweden vs Romania

Bosnia-Herzegovina vs Armenia

Liechtenstein vs Greece

Sunday, March 24

Kazakhstan vs Russia

Hungary vs Croatia

Israel vs Austria

Poland vs Latvia

Slovenia vs Macedonia

Cyprus vs Belgium

Monday,  March 25

Kosovo vs Bulgaria

Luxembourg vs Ukraine

Andorra vs Albania

France vs Iceland (Also on Main Event)

Tuesday, March 26

Republic of Ireland vs Georgia (Also on Main Event)

Switzerland vs Denmark

Norway vs Sweden

Romania vs Faroe Islands

Bosnia-Herzegovina vs Greece

Italy vs Liechtenstein

Gibraltar vs Estonia

Which Championship games are being shown on the red button?

There are eight rounds of midweek games in the 2018/19 season.

In addition, seven games were shown on television on Boxing Day, with a further five to come on New Year's Day.

Leeds vs Nottingham Forest will be televised on Sky Sports Football and Sky Sports Main Event, while fans of eight other clubs can press the Red Button at 3pm today.

New Year's Day

Aston Villa vs QPR
Brentford vs Norwich
Derby vs Middlesbrough
Sheffield Wednesday vs Birmingham

Tuesday, February 12 

Birmingham vs Bolton

Hull vs Rotherham

Millwall vs Sheffield Weds

West Brom vs Nottingham Forest

Wednesday, February 13 

Brentford vs Aston Villa

Ipswich vs Derby

Leeds vs Swansea

Preston vs Norwich

Sheffield United vs Middlesbrough

Wigan vs Stoke

Reading vs Blackburn

Tuesday, March 12 

Blackburn vs Wigan

Bristol vs Ipswich

Sheffield United vs Brentford

Bolton vs Sheffield Weds

Reading vs Leeds

Wednesday, March 13 

Birmingham vs Millwall

Derby vs Stoke

Middlesbrough vs Preston

Norwich vs Hull

Nottingham Forest vs Aston Villa

QPR vs Rotherham

West Brom vs Swansea

Tuesday, April 9 

Blackburn vs Derby

Bristol City vs West Brom

Norwich vs Reading

Preston vs Leeds

Sheffield Weds vs Nottingham Forest

Swansea vs Stoke

Bolton vs Middlesbrough

Wednesday, April 10 

Birmingham cs Sheffield United

Brentford vs Ipswich

Hull vs Wigan

Millwall vs QPR

Rotherham vs Aston Villa

Can I watch the Championship games without a Sky package?

There are options to watch the games if you don't have Sky in the UK.

The contract which has been agreed between Sky and the EFL means that fans can watch the games through the Football League's new streaming service iFollow.

Season packages vary from but clubs participating in the service charge £10 for a one-off match.

All information can be found on your club's website.

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