Leeds and Leicester amongst clubs to issue apologies over live stream

Football League clubs – including Leeds and Leicester – apologise to fans due to issues with live streaming service

  • Championship clubs were affected by issues regarding their streaming service
  • Leeds, Leicester and Swansea were amongst the clubs that had issues
  • Watford, Bristol City and Wigan also apologised to supporters over the problems 

EFL teams apologised to fans regarding an issue with their live streaming service on Saturday afternoon.

A problem with their match pass provider meant that some Championship clubs were unable to provide their usual live coverage.

Leeds, whose game at home to Watford was affected, wrote on X: ‘Unfortunately, there is a global outage which is currently impacting our live LUTV match pass provider. We are working to resolve this as soon as possible.’

Watford also issued a statement, saying: ‘Our third-party supplier has reported internal issues with all EFL club streams. We apologise for the inconvenience caused.’

Meanwhile, coverage of Leicester’s clash with Bristol City was also impacted by the issue. 

Leeds issued an apology to fans regarding an issue with the EFL streaming service

The live coverage of Leicester City against City was also impacted by the issue

A statement from Leicester read: ‘We are working urgently with our service provider towards a solution that is affecting Foxes Hub.’

Furthermore, there were also issues with Swansea’s coverage of their game against West Bromwich Albion.

Swansea’s statement read: ‘We are working with our streaming provider to rectify the issues and apologise for the inconvenience.’

The issue also affected games in League One, including Wigan’s broadcast of their match against Bristol Rovers.

Wigan wrote: ‘A number of EFL Clubs are experiencing issues with streaming this afternoon. Providers are working to resolve this. Apologies for any inconvenience caused.’

Swansea apologised after coverage of their game against West Brom was disrupted

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