Argyle TV International Subscriptions

Members of the Green Army living outside of the United Kingdom and Ireland can purchase an international subscription to Argyle TV – the club’s streaming and video on demand service for Argyle fans.

International subscriptions to Argyle TV enable supporters to watch the Greens’ 2024/25 Sky Bet Championship games live, including a minimum of six camera coverage of the Pilgrims’ Sky Bet Championship league games.

Overseas fans can now subscribe to this service for £200 per season or £30 per month – which includes access to behind the scenes content, exclusive interviews, and hundreds of hours of archived Argyle content.

International Argyle TV subscriptions are priced at £200 for the season which, based on the club being permitted to live stream 46 league matches in 2024/25, equates to less than £4.35 per fixture.

The price per match of the Argyle TV International Subscription is as follows, depending on the number of games available after restrictions.

  • 46 Games - £4.35
  • 40 Games - £5.00
  • 34 Games - £5.88

Click here to subscribe to Argyle TV International now.

Argyle TV International Passes DO NOT include pre season friendlies or matches in any cup competitions.

Please note that some games will be restricted to audio only commentary, due to selection for live Sky TV Broadcast.

If a fixture is selected for broadcast in the UK on a LIVE Sky Sports ‘front’ Channel (e.g. Sky Sports Football, Main Event, Arena) this will mean the fixture WILL NOT be available via Argyle TV in the USA or any country where there is a TV deal in place.

In addition, there are 37 Saturday 3pm Sky Bet Championship matches that are exclusive to International Broadcast and therefore will not be able to be streamed in markets where they are being shown. 

Please also note that 16 of those Sky ‘front’ channel matches (the midweek Tues/Weds fixtures) are available to stream in some non-core markets.

For selected matches on overseas broadcasters, extra information will follow.

We will update subscribers on a game by game basis.