Championship 2023-24 TV Schedule: Dates, Times, and Channels

The Championship 2023/24 season is in full swing, and the battle for automatic promotion is heating up. Ipswich has surged to the top of the pack after a thrilling 3-2 victory against Southampton on Easter Monday. Leeds is close behind in second place, trailing by just one point. Meanwhile, Leicester is third, with a game in hand on their rivals.

At the other end of the table, Rotherham, Sheffield Wednesday, and Huddersfield are fighting to avoid relegation to League One. Sky Sports holds the rights to broadcast live coverage of the Championship, and the broadcaster has announced its plans for the coming weeks. RadioTimes.com provides viewers with the complete Championship TV schedule, including every live game in the UK. This page will be updated throughout the season as the 2023/24 campaign unfolds with fresh drama.

Championship TV schedule 2023/24

Friday 5th April

  • Rotherham United will face Plymouth Argyle at 8pm on Sky Sports Football.

Saturday 6th April

  • Norwich City will play Ipswich Town at 12:30pm on Sky Sports Football / Main Event.

Tuesday 9th April

  • Millwall will play against Leicester City at 7:45pm on Sky Sports Action.
  • Plymouth Argyle will face QPR at 7:45pm on Sky Sports Red Button.
  • Preston North End will play against Huddersfield Town at 7:45pm on Sky Sports Red Button.
  • Sheffield Wednesday will play against Norwich City at 7:45pm on Sky Sports Red Button.
  • Southampton will face Coventry City at 7:45pm on Sky Sports Red Button.
  • Leeds United will play against Sunderland at 8pm on Sky Sports Football / Main Event.
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The Championship TV schedule for the 2023/24 season includes a variety of matches, from Rotherham United v Plymouth Argyle to Leeds United v Sunderland. Fans can catch all the action on Sky Sports, with games broadcasted on Football, Main Event, Action, and Red Button channels. Keep in mind that the schedule is subject to change, so be sure to check for updates regularly.

Championship TV rights 2023/24

Sky Sports has the TV rights to broadcast 92 live matches throughout the 2023/24 season, including all Championship Play-Offs and the Final from Wembley stadium. The Sky Sports Premier League and Football channels can be combined for just £18 per month, or viewers can choose to pick up the complete sports package for just £25 per month.

For those who prefer to watch without a contract, NOW offers a day membership for £11.98 or a month membership for £33.99 to watch all Sky Sports channels without signing up for a lengthy contract.

Viewers who wish to watch selected Championship games via live stream can subscribe to the EFL’s dedicated subscription service, iFollow.

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