Streaming for the 2021/22 Season

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With the start of the 2021/22 season very nearly upon us, we’ve outlined everything you need to know about how streaming will work.

Following the welcome return of fans to stadiums, streaming will work a little differently in the UK to last season. Given the agreements the EFL has with broadcasters, we have to return to the arrangements pre-Covid.

We recognise that some supporters are disappointed with this arrangement, but this was a league decision.

To visit packages that are on sale now, click here.

What can’t we stream in the UK?

Weekend games will not be available to be streamed in the UK and Ireland anymore, meaning that Saturday games can only be viewed overseas, which remains unchanged.

Further to this, Carabao Cup games are still not available to be streamed in the UK or overseas.

What can be streamed in the UK?

Games you will still be able to view in the UK include midweek matches; primarily for The O’s, this will be 7.45pm on a Tuesday.

Furthermore, should any game be rescheduled from a weekend to midweek, this can be streamed – should the home side request this.

Fixtures that will take place on a Bank Holiday will also be available to stream at the request of the home club.

Games that take place on the weekend of an international break will also be made available for UK domestic streaming. These include:

– Saturday 4th September 2021

– Saturday 9th October 2021

– Saturday 13th November 2021

– Saturday 26th March 2022

Finally, all games in the EFL Trophy (with exception to the semi-final and final) are also available to be streamed.

What can I stream as an international supporter?

As an international supporter, you can stream all of our fixtures, with exception to the Carabao Cup games, and any games that are broadcast on Sky Sports in the UK. However, these fixtures may be available on various international streaming services, such as ESPN plus in the USA .

Should any games not be made available, we will communicate this to supporters ahead of time.

 

How will audio streaming work?

Audio streaming will work the same as usual with all games being covered, and both seasonal and monthly passes are on sale now for both UK and international supporters.

As opposed to last season, the club that sells the passes will retain all the revenue, and presents a great new opportunity for Leyton Orient.

To see an outline on prices for the season and available packages, please see below.

UK International Audio
Video match pass – £10 Video match pass – £10 Audio match pass – £2.50
Season match pass – £170 Monthly audio pass – £4.49
Season Audio Pass – £45

What’s on sale now?

UK supporters can currently subscribe to our monthly and seasonal audio passes.

International supporters are able to purchase a match pass for out opening game of the season against Salford City. Of course a better deal is to buy a season pass

Everything is available to purchase now, via our packages page here.

What coverage will be provided this year from Orient TV?

Following on from the success of last season, the club intend to continue with our pre-match, half-time and post-match studio coverage on Orient Live. For 3pm kick offs, the show will start at 2.30pm

Orient Live will once again have exclusive interviews, a range of guests and plenty of key features for you to get involved with at home.

To read more on Orient Live, click here.