The EFL season ends the business with promotion races taking shape.
And the campaign will end with a traditional play-off final at Wembley, which will be play in front of fans if the government’s roadmap is still on the right track.
When is an EFL play-off?
The EFL play-off dates are as follows:
- Semi-final first leg – Monday, May 17
- Semi-final second leg – Saturday, May 22
- Finals – Saturday, May 29
- First leg semifinal – Tuesday, May 18 and Wednesday, May 19
- Semi-final second leg – Friday, May 21 and Saturday, May 22
- Finals – Sunday, May 30
- First leg semifinal – Thursday, May 20
- Semi-final second leg – Sunday, May 23
- Finals – Monday, May 31
On which channels are EFL play-off matches and can I live stream them?
- Sky Sports retains exclusive rights to EFL coverage, including play-off matches.
- Matches will be broadcast live on channels such as Sky Sports Football and Sky Sports Main Event.
- Certain matches may be displayed on the Red Sky Sports Button if they overlap with other matches.
- To stream EFL play-offs, visit your Sky Go account.
- Non-Sky Sports subscribers can still watch all the action with Now TV Day Pass from £ 9.99.
How many fans are allowed to make it to the EFL play-off round?
EFL has announced that the play-off will be held from Monday, May 17 – the day the government allows fans to return to the stadium. according to the current route.
That means ALL play-off matches will have fans in attendance once things settle down.
The roadmap states: “The government will also allow some of the larger sporting performances and events in indoor venues with a capacity of 1,000 people or semi-enclosed (whichever is lower) and in outdoor venues with capacity of 4,000 people or semi-enclosed some less).
“In locations with the largest outdoor seating where crowds can be spread, up to 10,000 people will be able to attend (or a quarter, whichever is lower).“
This means that a play-off final at Wembley will be played in front of 10,000 fans unless otherwise stated.
However, it has not been confirmed whether the stadiums of participating EFL teams will qualify as a larger or smaller outdoor venue.