Selected British speedway fixtures to be live streamed on new network

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Poole Pirates speedway v Edinburgh Monarchs  in second leg of the KO Cup final 2021 at Wimborne Road. Neil Middleditch and Danny King.
Poole Pirates speedway v Edinburgh Monarchs in second leg of the KO Cup final 2021 at Wimborne Road. Neil Middleditch and Danny King.

SPEEDWAY fans will have more chances to enjoy live racing than ever before thanks to a new live streaming project for the sport.

SGB Championship action will be available to view on a new streaming channel launched by the league under the British Speedway Network (BSN) for the 2022 season, which begins this spring.

BSN will live stream more than 30 meetings and will feature a variety of competitions from all 11 Championship venues.

Fans all over the world will be able to watch the best the Championship has to offer by subscribing to the online channel, which will go live in April – including every play-off meeting and other major events.

British Speedway chairman Rob Godfrey said: "I'm delighted that the Championship will, for the first time, have its very own online channel to showcase the very best the league has to offer.

“This will supplement the fantastic coverage Eurosport offers with live Premiership speedway throughout the season. Eurosport have been fantastic broadcast partners and we look forward to a successful second year of that partnership this year.

“We see some fantastic racing every week across the whole of the UK, and now we can bring it to everyone's living room.

“We have some exciting plans to launch the season across both the Premiership and Championship.”

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