Charlton’s live matchday streaming service has received a major overhaul with the introduction of Valley Pass Live, a new multi-camera show hosted by Scott Minto.
- Professionally-produced pre-match, half-time and post-match show with guests
- Live multi-camera production of the match including in-game replays
- Presented by professional broadcaster Scott Minto
In an effort to vastly improve the live streaming service for supporters watching the Addicks from home, the club have brought the matchday production in-house which means that all home games will see the match presented with multi-camera angles, rather than the single camera setup that has previously been provided this season, as well as in-vision pre-match, half-time and post-match analysis and presentation from Charlton legend and professional broadcaster Minto, who will be joined by regular guest pundits.
The Valley Pass Live service will begin on Saturday for the broadcast of the Addicks’ clash with AFC Wimbledon with Jason Euell joining Minto pitchside as the first guest pundit.
And for Tuesday evening’s game against Bristol Rovers, legendary boss Alan Curbishley will be the man to join Minto to provide his expert punditry.
The pre-match show will kick-off at 2.15pm and will Include exclusive pre-match interviews with Lee Bowyer and a player ahead of the game. At 2.40pm, the pre-match show will then go behind the pay wall, exclusively on Valley Pass when Minto and Euell will continue to look ahead to the game as well as being joined pitchside by Addicks owner Thomas Sandgaard for an exclusive interview.
Commercial Director, Wayne Mumford, said: “We’re delighted we’ve been able to welcome fans back into the stadium but we want to make sure that those who can’t get here can enjoy the experience whether they be in the UK or watching from around the world.
“Improving the Valley Pass service has been a priority of our owner Thomas Sandgaard and hopefully supporters will have noticed the simpler login process that was implemented last month. We already have some of the best streaming numbers in the whole of the EFL and the new-look Valley Pass Live will give fans the opportunity to enjoy our games from more angles and with detailed analysis from a great selection of guests.”
The club have teamed up with AdVision TV to provide live coverage of the matches. The company have provided live coverage for the big screen at Wembley Stadium and also produce live coverage of T20 cricket at The Oval as well as coverage of all of Bromley Football Club’s home matches this season, with the production winning rave reviews from viewers for their professional quality.
Terry Smith and Greg Stubley will continue to commentate on the game and will now have the benefit of action replays in the commentary box to bring you more in-depth analysis of the game.
Away games will remain as a single-camera production for in-match footage, but a pre-match, half-time and post-match show will still be presented from The Valley with special guests.
Nothing changes in terms of subscription and purchasing. Streaming passes for Saturday’s game can be purchased now for £10. Click here to purchase your streaming pass.