Pre-season live coverage at EvertonTV

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Multiple game packages will be available on subscription

EvertonTV will be providing live coverage of pre-season fixtures this summer. Matches against Swindon Town, Hearts, Dundee and Leeds United are all being streamed LIVE via the official website.

In addition, the two Barclays Asia Trophy games, against Stoke and either Arsenal or a Singapore Select XI, will be available in full four hours after kick off. This is in accordance with competition rules.

Games are available for 3.99 each or there's a six-game package for 17.99, a saving of almost 4. The on-demand coverage of the Asia Trophy is priced at 1.99 game. For the first time, supporters can pay via PayPal, making the sign-up process even easier.

Matches can be viewed on your computer, tablet or smartphone and the live video will feature commentary from Everton ambassador and resident commentator Darren Griffiths.

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After the first game, a five-match package will be available, with a four-match package kicking in after the second game - and so on throughout pre-season.

Last summer, thousands of Blues fans all over the world enjoyed high quality coverage of Roberto Martinez's men in action. All live matches can be viewed on demand and in full after their completion, with highlights also available.

All pre-season games are listed with kick-offs times in BST. ToffeeWeb's Live Matchday Forum will also be online.

Swindon Town v Everton — Saturday 11 July, 3pm
Everton v Stoke City — Wednesday 15 July, 11am
Everton v Arsenal or Singapore Select XI — Saturday 18 July, TBC
Hearts v Everton — Sunday 26 July, 3pm
Dundee v Everton — Tuesday 28 July 7:30pm
Leeds United v Everton — Saturday 1 August, 3pm
Everton v Villarreal — Sunday 2 August, 3pm

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Reader Comments (16)

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John Raftery
1 Posted 04/07/2015 at 18:58:21
What a great opportunity for our worldwide fan base to put some money into the club!
Steve Cotton
2 Posted 04/07/2015 at 19:26:59
I wonder if every LFC pre-season game will be shown live on mainstream TV, like last year....?? Can't we get their commercial director to come to us????
Mark Riding
3 Posted 04/07/2015 at 20:10:42
Any links?
Mark Doyle
5 Posted 05/07/2015 at 11:27:50
Swindon, Stoke, Hearts, Dundee and Leeds. Did someone go out of their way to pick the least glamourous matches possible? Honestly!
Steve Cotton
6 Posted 05/07/2015 at 11:46:23
This is Everton Mark!!! Get with the programme...
Joe Foster
7 Posted 05/07/2015 at 12:21:05
Any know if it’s in HD?
Colin Glassar
8 Posted 05/07/2015 at 12:21:42
Mouthwatering ties NOT!!! Return tickets (early birds) bought on Virgin trains already no doubt. Our Beloved Chairman really knows how to splash the cash doesn’t he?
Dave Long
9 Posted 05/07/2015 at 12:27:34
It’s gone from Real Madrid and Juventus to this....
Harold Matthews
10 Posted 05/07/2015 at 13:17:50
Agree Colin. Awaiting your next Glassardamus piece of info. Keep those ears open. I am completely in the dark.
Jay Harris
11 Posted 06/07/2015 at 15:28:21
I thought someone had mentioned the Asia tour will be on NBC live?
Ben Mackenzie
13 Posted 07/07/2015 at 15:15:47
I subscribe to £48 for the year. You get all prem games including 3pm kick offs and they’re also showing all preseason games. All in HD, buffer free, top quality service.
Dave Brierley
14 Posted 07/07/2015 at 15:32:27
Ben, you may want to check this out:

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Blocking access to the website has been made pursuant to a Court Order dated 7 May 2015 obtained by the members of the Football Association Premier League.

Ben Mackenzie
15 Posted 08/07/2015 at 08:01:42
I’ve got the sportsmania add on installed on my Android TV box, and it works perfectly.
Ben Mackenzie
16 Posted 08/07/2015 at 08:16:25
I’ve just accessed the website too with no issues. Maybe your ISP has blocked it. You could use a VPN. I’m, in Jersey using Jersey Telecoms. Perhaps BT or Virgin or whoever you use has blocked it.
Dave Cook
17 Posted 09/07/2015 at 10:52:18
Heads up note if you’re not aware, the game against Stoke on Wednesday is live on Sky Sports 1.
Alan Ross
18 Posted 09/07/2015 at 16:18:43
Buggers. Just ordered the Stoke game from Everton TV as well as the second game which will be shown on Sky Sports 1 at 11:00 or 13:30 depending how they do in the first game. Not lost out too much though. Just as well it was cheap.

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