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Important Changes to the iFollow Process for Season Ticket Holders

A new and improved way to watch the U’s from home

26 October 2020

Oxford United and The EFL are delighted to reveal a new and improved process for the club’s Season Ticket holders to watch upcoming Sky Bet League 1 home fixtures on iFollow.

  • Unique codes will no longer be needed on a match by match basis
  • Season Ticket Holders must use the same email address for their iFollow account as the one registered on their OUFC Ticketing account
  • Re-register with iFollow if email addresses are different

There is an important change that Season Ticket holders need to be aware of regarding how you can watch the U’s live on iFollow moving forward. As you hopefully already know, Season Ticket holders can watch every home Sky Bet League 1 game live at no extra cost on iFollow.

EFL Digital, who run iFollow, have improved the way Season Ticket Holders can access the games, with the removal of having to use a unique code for each fixture. Instead, as long as a Season Ticket holder uses the same email address for iFollow and OUFC Tickets you can simply login to your iFollow account and have immediate access to all future home league fixtures played behind closed doors.

CLICK HERE to log in to your OUFC Tickets account to check the email address

If your email addresses on iFollow and OUFC Tickets do not match, you will simply need to register for a new account with iFollow by selecting the Basic Pass (which is free) and filling out the details. It is important that you use the same email address as the one you have registered on OUFC Tickets, as this identifies you as a 2020/21 Season Ticket Holder.

CLICK HERE to re-register on iFollow, please select the ‘Register Now’ button underneath the ‘Basic Pass’ section.

If you have more than one Season Ticket registered to the same email address on OUFC Tickets, don’t worry – EFL Digital will allow you access on separate devices up to the amount of supporters who share the email address. For example – if a parent has setup their two children’s account with the same email address, they will be able to watch with the same login on three separate devices.

The changes will come into effect immediately, with the first fixture using the new system taking place on Tuesday 3rd November, 7pm when Rochdale visit the Kassam Stadium

See below for a video 'How To' guide

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