Sky Sports make Scotland and Northern Ireland Euro 2020 play-off finals available free-to-air | Football News

first_img Highlights of the Euro 2020 qualifying play-off match between Scotland and Israel preview image August saw the start of an exclusive five-year deal with the SPFL to show up to 48 live matches each season, from the competition that delivered the very first live football on Sky Sports in 1991. In addition to Scotland’s UEFA Nations League matches and FIFA World Cup qualifiers, Sky Sports subscribers also have access to more than 140 live Premier League games and up to 158 from the EFL this season. 5:50 – Advertisement – Highlights of the Euro 2020 qualifying play-off match between Bosnia & Herzegovina and Northern Ireland preview image – Advertisement – Sky Sports has announced that Scotland and Northern Ireland’s decisive UEFA Euro 2020 qualifiers will be made available to all viewers in the UK free-to-air.The decision will allow fans from both nations to watch what is sure to be a dramatic night of football. Scotland seek to book their place in a major international tournament for the first time since 1998, while Northern Ireland look to repeat their qualification for UEFA Euro 2016 – their first major tournament for 30 years. 4:27 Steve Clarke and Andy RobertsonImage:Steve Clarke and Andy Robertson celebrate Scotland’s shootout win over Israel Sky Sports has made these matches of historic, national significance available in recognition of the unique circumstances and the impact the pandemic is having on fans. Domestic football and other live sporting events will continue to be exclusively available to Sky Sports customers, whose support enables Sky to provide sport with near-term financial security and sustained investment in the future. In the same week as these two decisive matches, Sky Sports subscribers will be able to enjoy The Masters from Augusta, Belgium vs England in the UEFA Nations League, Lewis Hamilton’s bid to equal Michael Schumacher’s illustrious record of seven F1 world titles at the Turkish Grand Prix and the IPL Final. Also, in the UEFA Nations League Scotland face Slovakia, Wales face Republic of Ireland and Northern Ireland play Austria. SARAJEVO, BOSNIA AND HERZEGOVINA - OCTOBER 08: Northern Ireland players celebrate a penalty shootout victory after UEFA Euro 2020 play-off Semi Finals match between Bosnia And Herzegovina and Northern Ireland at Stadium Grbavica on October 8, 2020 in Sarajevo, Bosnia and Herzegovina. (Photo by Armin Durgut/Pixsell/MB Media/Getty Images)Image:Northern Ireland players celebrate their penalty shootout victory against Bosnia and Herzegovina Thursday November 12, 7.45pmSerbia vs Scotland – Live on Sky One, Pick and Sky Sports FootballNorthern Ireland vs Slovakia – Live on Challenge and Sky Sports Premier LeagueSky Sports Managing Director Rob Webster said: “We know how significant these fixtures could be for fans of Scotland and Northern Ireland. With two sides on the brink of qualifying for a major tournament, we felt it was the right moment in these exceptional and unique circumstances to make the games more widely available.“Sky Sports is a proud partner to many sports, both in the UK and around the world, and we have strived to stand alongside sport in unprecedented circumstances this year.”Fans will also be able to access the matches via NOWTV, on the go on your mobile, laptop or tablet on SkyGo with clips and highlights on, YouTube and Sky Sports social media channels. – Advertisement – – Advertisement –last_img read more


first_imgThey’re all set for the Bike Watt Challenge at County HouseCouncil staff to take part in Bike Watt Challenge at Energy Awareness Day on MondayOn Monday next Donegal County Council will launch it’s Staff Energy Awareness Campaign in the County House in Lifford where staff will be asked to use their pedal power in the ‘Bike Watt Challenge’.Speaking prior to the launch John McLaughlin, Director of Roads and Housing Capital with Donegal County Council explained to Donegal Daily: “This is all part of our Energy Awareness Campaign which is about giving staff information about energy, the importance of conserving it and advising on simple ways to save energy both at work and at home. “While this campaign is targeting staff, members of the public are also welcome to drop in and check out some of the demonstrations and even take part in the Bike Watt Challenge.”The Bike Watt Challenge will show staff how much energy they can produce through pedal power and other activities on the day will include presentations and demonstrations on energy saving in the home and at work and the launch of the Best Staff Energy Saving Idea competition.Activities will start at 11am with the official launch taking place at 1.30pm. Staff awareness days will also take place in each Municipal District in September.Said John: “This is an important part of our Energy Management approach where we have set out the Council’s policy in relation to energy and put in place objectives and targets for energy performance improvement over the next number of years. “We have identified a number of Significant Energy Users or SEU’s within the organisation including Public Lighting, our Offices and Cultural Services Buildings, Fire Stations, Landfill sites and our Transport Fleet.“An important part of this process is about identifying opportunities for improving energy performance and we believe that our staff are well placed to help identify these opportunities.”John added: “We have conducted energy assessments on a number of buildings and we are putting in mechanisms to monitor consumption and this data will be analysed regularly and used to develop performance indicators. However, our staff have a very important role to play in all of this and for this reason our Energy Awareness Campaign will be critical to our success.”Cllr Terence Slowey, Cathaoirleach, told Donegal Daily that he is delighted to see this initiative being launched and believes that it is an important step within the context of meeting the targets set at national level.“This campaign is an important part of the Council’s energy management system and the Council is continuously strivng to deliver savings and efficiencies in energy consumption and this initiative is important if we are to achieve our targets of a 33% reduction in energy use by 2020,” said Cllr Slowey. “I am delighted to see the Council leading out on this initiative as it will no doubt be an exemplar for other businesses both in the public and private sector.”WATT A CHALLENGE! COUNCIL STAFF TO USE PEDAL POWER IN ENERGY AWARENESS CAMPAIGN was last modified: July 8th, 2016 by John2Share this:Click to share on Facebook (Opens in new window)Click to share on Twitter (Opens in new window)Click to share on LinkedIn (Opens in new window)Click to share on Reddit (Opens in new window)Click to share on Pocket (Opens in new window)Click to share on Telegram (Opens in new window)Click to share on WhatsApp (Opens in new window)Click to share on Skype (Opens in new window)Click to print (Opens in new window)Tags:Bike Watt ChallengeCllr Terence SloweyDonegal County Councilenergy awareness dayJohn McLaughlinLiffordpedal powerlast_img read more