The 2016/17 League One playoffs will be streamed live on beIN SPORTS Connect. That means that supporters of Millwall, Bradford City, Fleetwood Town and Scunthorpe United will be able to watch the crucial games live from the United States.
The two leg semi-finals will determine who’ll advance to the League One Playoff final, which will be played on Saturday, May 20 (presumably on beIN SPORTS Connect, but the schedule hasn’t been confirmed for the final as of press time).
Whoever wins the League One Playoff final will then get promoted to the Championship. Will it be Millwall, Bradford, Scunthorpe or Fleetwood Town? We’ll have to wait and see.
The schedule for the League One playoffs is below. Note that beIN SPORTS Connect is the network’s official streaming service. But even if you don’t get beIN SPORTS Connect, you can watch it for free with a 7-day trial to fuboTV. You’ll need to follow the steps outlined in the video below to make sure you can watch the game. You won’t be able to see the game from the homepage of the fuboTV website, but the tips in this video will show you how you’ll need to access beIN SPORTS Connect and authenticate through that website. Note: beIN SPORTS Connect doesn’t work on the Firefox browser.
With fuboTV, you can watch League One playoffs and tons of other Championship games with a free 7-day trial. With the legal streaming service, you can watch the game on your computer, smartphone, tablet, or hook it up to your TV with Google Chromecast or Roku.
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All times Eastern US:
Thursday, May 4
Millwall vs. Scunthorpe United (League One semi-final 1st leg), 2:30pm, beIN SPORTS Connect and fuboTV (free trial)
Bradford City vs. Fleetwood Town (League One semi-final 1st leg), 2:30pm, beIN SPORTS Connect and fuboTV (free trial)
Sunday, May 7
Scunthorpe United vs. Millwall (League One semi-final 2nd leg), 1:30pm, beIN SPORTS Connect and fuboTV (free trial)
Fleetwood Town vs. Bradford (League One semi-final 2nd leg), 1:30pm, beIN SPORTS Connect and fuboTV (free trial)
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