The club will live stream all home games this season however there are some important changes from last season for members and season ticket holders.
While spectators were unable to access stadia last season, all clubs offered a live streaming service to allow fans to follow the progress of their team. During what was a unique set of circumstances, Queen’s Park members and season ticket holders were given a complimentary access code, with those fans wanting to watch an individual match paying a pay per view (PPV) fee.
As covid restrictions ease, it was great to see and hear Queen’s fans at Firhill for our recent League Cup ties – what a difference it makes having spectators in the ground cheering the team on. Now that spectator attendance restrictions have been relaxed, the club has taken the decision to exclude live streaming from membership and season ticket packages. Any overseas member who has not yet renewed please contact the club.
In setting the PPV fee for league matches at £15, the club is keen to ensure those members and season ticket holders who have shown their season long commitment to the club are not penalised by making it cheaper to watch an occasional match from home via PPV. An adult season ticket works out at £13.60 per league game, so this guided the club in setting the PPV fee for league matches this season. Special prices may apply to cup ties, details of which will be announced in due course.
It is often said, football without fans is nothing. The club is keen to strike a balance between encouraging as many Queen’s fans as possible to attend in person and setting a fair PPV fee to allow those who cannot attend Firhill to follow the action from home.
Match tickets for Saturday’s Flag Day are on sale now HERE.
Details of how to access our live streaming service can be found HERE.