As a thank-you to our supporters during these tough times, Glenavon are keeping the price of our live streams at just £5 for the rest of the season – the cheapest in the league.
The club recognises that many supporters are unable to attend games at the moment due to the current restrictions. While we would much rather have you all inside Mourneview Park at our home games, we hope that our streams are the next best thing to being there.
Fans at home and abroad are able to keep in touch with the games with supporters from America and New Zealand getting in touch to say that they have been tuning in to watch our games.
The games are being produced by the Glenavon Media team of volunteers and it is because of their time and effort that the club is able to keep the cost down for our supporters. In a short space of time and with no experience in live TV production, they have come together to pull together a programme each week which includes interviews, feature and live match commentary.
We will have live coverage of all home games which are not being shown by BBC Sport NI or Sky Sports.
The next Glenavon Media production, which is available via 247.tv/niprem, is this Saturday against Carrick Rangers. Joining Michael Scott on commentary this week is 1992 Irish Cup winner Colin Crawford, who also managed Carrick in the 1995 Irish Cup final.
You can also still catch a replay of Saturday’s 4-4 draw with Coleraine for just £3 on the site. If you purchased our live coverage you automatically get a free replay.
Meanwhile Tuesday night’s game away to Ballymena United is available on ballymenaunitedfc.tv for £7.50 – full details on how to stream the game are available on the website.