Browse the Championship TV schedule below for games from the English Football League shown on US streaming (unfortunately the games are no longer available on TV).

For the 2019/20 season, select Championship games will be available via the ESPN paid subscription service called ESPN+. On average, ESPN+ will stream 3-4 Championship games every weekend.

Since 2017, the English Football League (EFL) has a paid-subscription service for most Championship, League One and League Two clubs. It allows supporters of these clubs outside the United Kingdom and Ireland to subscribe to live and on-demand streams of the club’s leagues matches. However, any matches streamed on ESPN+ are not available via the iFollow service.

To find out if your club streams games via iFollow, visit your club’s official website or the iFollow website.

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League: Championship
Genre: Sports

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Championship TV schedule

All times Eastern.

— Last updated: January 15, 2020

Friday, January 17

Fulham vs. Middlesbrough, 2:45pm, ESPN+

Saturday, January 18

Queens Park Rangers vs. Leeds, 5:30am, ESPN+

Birmingham vs. Cardiff, 10am, ESPN+

Sunday, January 19

Nottingham Forest vs. Luton Town, 7am, ESPN+

Monday, January 20

West Bromwich Albion vs. Stoke City, 3pm, ESPN+

Friday, January 24 

QPR vs. Sheffield Wednesday (FA Cup 4th Round), 3pm, ESPN+

Northampton Town vs. Derby County (FA Cup 4th Round), 3pm, ESPN+

Saturday, January 25

Brentford vs. Leicester City (FA Cup 4th Round), 7:45am, ESPN+

Millwall vs. Sheffield United (FA Cup 4th Round), 10am, ESPN+

Reading vs. Carlisle United or Cardiff City (FA Cup 4th Round), 10am, ESPN+

West Ham vs. West Brom (FA Cup 4th Round), 10am, ESPN+

Burnley vs. Norwich (FA Cup 4th Round), 10am, ESPN+

Coventry vs. Birmingham City (FA Cup 4th Round), 10am, ESPN+

Newcastle vs. Oxford (FA Cup 4th Round), 10am, ESPN+

Portsmouth vs. Barnsley (FA Cup 4th Round), 10am, ESPN+

Hull vs. Chelsea (FA Cup 4th Round), 12:30pm, ESPN+

Sunday, January 26

Manchester City vs. Fulham (FA Cup 4th Round), 8am, ESPN+

Tranmere or Watford vs. Wolves or Manchester United (FA Cup 4th Round), 10am, ESPN+

Shrewsbury vs. Liverpool (FA Cup 4th Round), Noon, ESPN+

Monday, January 27

Bournemouth vs. Arsenal (FA Cup 4th Round), 3pm, ESPN+

Friday, January 31

Derby vs. Stoke, 2:45pm, ESPN+

Saturday, February 1

Hull vs. Brentford, 7:30am, ESPN+

Leeds vs. Wigan, 10am, ESPN+

Friday, February 7

Bristol City vs. Birmingham, 2:45pm, ESPN+

Saturday, February 8

Wigan Athletic vs. Preston, 7:30am, ESPN+

Reading vs. Hull City, 10am, ESPN+

Nottingham Forest vs. Leeds United, 12:30pm, ESPN+

Sunday, February 9

Millwall vs. West Brom, 8:30am, ESPN+

Tuesday, February 11

Swansea City vs. QPR, 2:45pm, ESPN+

Wednesday, February 12

Millwall vs. Fulham, 2:45pm, ESPN+

Monday, May 25

2019/20 Championship Playoff Final, time TBD, ESPN+

Sunday, June 14

England vs. Croatia (Euro 2020), 9am, ESPN2, Sling Orange, Hulu + Live TV and AT&T TV Now (free trial)

Friday, June 19

England vs. Playoff team (Euro 2020), 3pm, ESPN, Sling Orange, Hulu + Live TV and AT&T TV Now (free trial)

Tuesday, June 23

Czech Republic vs. England (Euro 2020), 3pm, ESPN, Sling Orange, Hulu + Live TV and AT&T TV Now (free trial)

If you have any questions about the Championship TV schedule, let us know in the comments section below.