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iFollow MK Dons – games to be streamed LIVE in 2022/23!

iFollow MK Dons to stream at least 12 matches during the 2022/23 season...

4 July 2022

iFollow MK Dons will, once again, be streaming matches to domestic supporters LIVE during the 2022/23 season.

The domestic market comprises UK, Republic of Ireland, Jersey, Guernsey, and the Isle of Man.

The following fixtures/matches do not qualify for domestic streaming on iFollow MK Dons:
- Saturday 3pm fixtures (on account Blocked Hours protection from Article 48).
- Any of Sky Sports 20 exclusive League One or Two selections.
- All Carabao Cup matches are excluded from the streaming opportunity.
- Play off matches may not be streamed (exclusive to Sky Sports).
- FA Cup matches (where all Rights are vested with the FA).

Matches falling outside of those classifications do qualify for streaming in the domestic market under certain circumstances, and the position for League One is clarified below for each type of fixture:

Scheduled Midweeks Matches
There are SIX rounds of scheduled midweek matches in total for League One. League One has voted to make these fixtures available to stream in the domestic market on a compulsory basis.

- 16th August 2022 (vs Port Vale, H)
- 13th September 2022 (vs Bolton Wanderers, H)
- 25th October 2022 (vs Charlton Athletic, A)
- 29th December 2022 (vs Peterborough United, A)
- 14th February 2023 (vs Bolton Wanderers, A)
- 18th April 2023 (vs Charlton Athletic, H)

Displaced Weekend Matches
These are matches which are originally scheduled for Saturday 3pm and are displaced from this position for non-commercial reasons. League One voted to make these fixtures available to stream in the domestic market on a compulsory basis.

World Cup and International Break Weekend
There are a number of League One and League Two matches taking place during the World Cup, including fixtures on a Saturday 3pm where Article 48 does not apply. Those fixture dates are:
- 19th November 2022 (vs Barnsley, A)
- 3rd December 2022 (vs Burton Albion, H)
- 10th December 2022 (vs Fleetwood Town, H)
- 17th December 2022 (vs Portsmouth, A)

League One voted to make these fixtures available to stream in the domestic market on a compulsory basis.

The same applies to fixtures that take place during the two international break weekends throughout the season:

- 24th September 2022 (vs Lincoln City, A)
- 25th March 2023 (vs Morecambe, H)

Bank Holiday Matches
Fixtures that fall on UK Bank Holidays are:
- Boxing Day, 26th December 2022 (Forest Green Rovers, H)
- New Year’s Day, 1st January 2023 (Plymouth Argyle, A)
- Good Friday, 7th April 2023 (Portsmouth, H)
- Easter Monday, 10th April 2023 (Derby County, A)

League One voted to make these fixtures available to stream in the domestic market on a compulsory basis.

Papa John’s Trophy
All fixtures within the Papa John’s Trophy are eligible for UK streaming except for the semi-final and final which are exclusive to Sky Sports. League One voted to make these fixtures available to stream in the domestic market on a compulsory basis.

Cup Matches
Please note, Carabao Cup matches are not eligible for streaming domestically. FA Cup rights – and any decisions on the broadcast or streaming of those games – are fully vested with the FA themselves and have yet to be determined.

Broadcast – Season 2022/23
Sky Sports have the right to show 20 matches from League One and League Two across the season. Any League One match selected for broadcast by Sky Sports will be exclusive to them and will not be available for domestic streaming.

Sky Sports also have the right to show all FIVE Sky Bet League One Play-Off matches on an exclusive basis.


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