Boston United have launched a streaming service - allowing you to watch their home games online until supporters are allowed to return to National League North stadiums.
Tomorrow’s home clash against Guiseley - played behind closed doors - will see the service in action for the first time, after chairman David Newton announced last week that it would become available in time for the first game of the league campaign at the Northolme.
Season ticket holders will be able to watch the service for free - which includes home league FA Cup and FA Trophy games - while season-long passes and pay per game options are also available, along with further fundraising options launched by the club.
Individual matches cost £7.99.
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