Test your access to Saturday's live stream by watching Lee Bowyer's pre-game press conference

This test is now concluded. Fans with a live streaming pass will not be able to access Lee Bowyer's press conference at this stage but it is available to annual and monthly Valley Pass subscribers below.

A test stream is planned for Friday, June 19th, further details to follow.


Lee Bowyer’s first pre-match press conference after lockdown will be available at 8pm on Thursday.

The club are using the press conference to give supporters the opportunity to test out the Valley Pass live streaming service ahead of Saturday’s game against Hull City.

The test will also give the club the opportunity to perform checks, as well as respond to any problems fans have accessing the stream.

The press conference will be filmed earlier in the day but the content will be under embargo until 8pm so that supporters tuning in can watch the press conference as-live. 

The press conference will be available to watch on Valley Pass from a laptop or desktop by clicking here.

Fans on mobile phones or tablets will need to download the Valley Pass app from their relevant app store to access the press conference and Saturday’s game.

Supporters who haven’t purchased a pass for Saturday’s game can do so here

Fans having problems registering, logging in or any other concerns with Valley Pass can refer to our frequently asked questions.

Please note, any fan who has used CAFC Cash to purchase a code for live streaming, will have codes sent to them the working day after they purchase.

Fans looking to use CAFC Cash to purchase, should do so by 9am on the morning of Friday, June 19th, in order to be able to watch Saturday’s game against Hull City.

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