THE live streaming service which will show Chester FC's eagerly-anticipated play-off clash with Altrincham this weekend has been launched.

The Blues travel to Moss Lane on Sunday (1.30pm kick-off) for a National League North play-off eliminator, the winners of which will head to York City in the semi-finals.

Due to the coronavirus pandemic all games must be played behind closed doors.

But Chester FC fans will be able to watch Sunday's match – and all play-off fixtures – thanks to a streaming service launched by the National League in partnership with BT Sport and Sportradar.

Supporters can purchase a single game pass for £5.99 or watch all ten play-off fixtures for £14.99.

A single game pass for one of the play-off finals will cost £6.99, or you can pay £9.99 to watch them all.

Chief Executive Michael Tattersall said earlier this week: "Due to matches being played behind closed doors, confirming a broadcast solution for fans has been an important part of our play-offs preparation.

"This pioneering streaming service will create an opportunity for exposure of the competition on a global stage.

"We would like to thank existing partners BT Sport and Sportradar for their support during this process.

"The announcement adds to the already growing excitement that play-off action brings.

"To ensure a safe environment for National League play-off matches to be played in, we urge supporters to not congregate at the grounds."

Since a ball was last kicked in anger by the Blues, who qualified for the play-offs after the final standings were calculated on a points-per-game basis, they have lost star striker Akwasi Asante and goalkeeper Russ Griffiths.

But the club pulled together in truly remarkable fashion to raise over £110,000 for next season and another £17,000 to help the Blues participate in the play-offs, something which looked in severe doubt at one stage.

The players have also waived their right to any payment in order to help the club take part in the play-offs.

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