Where to Watch Middlesbrough vs West Bromwich Albion

The 2022/23 EFL Championship campaign begins this weekend, as the 24 sides kick start their quest for promotion to the Premier League.

Chris Wilder's Middlesbrough are one of the bookmaker's favourites to make the leap back into the English top flight, and they begin their campaign on Saturday with a tricky clash against West Bromwich Albion

If you're looking to watch the match live then you have come to the right place, as we have compiled a list of all of the broadcasters/streaming services that will be offering live coverage of the EFL Championship clash.

Will Middlesbrough vs West Bromwich Albion be broadcast live on Sky Sports?

Yes! If you are looking to watch the EFL Championship opening clash live in the United Kingdom, then you will be able to do so via Sky Sports.

Sky Sports are the leading broadcaster of the English Football League in the United Kingdom, with the game scheduled to be shown on both Sky Sports Football and Sky Sports Main Event.

Will Middlesbrough vs West Bromwich Albion be broadcast live on BT Sport?

No. BT Sport do not own any of the rights to the EFL Championship for the forthcoming season, and therefore they will not be broadcasting Saturday's match on any of their channels.

Will Middlesbrough vs West Bromwich Albion be streamed on Sky Go?

As the match is being shown live on Sky Sports, you will be able to follow all of the action on the move via Sky Go.

Those with a relevant subscription will be able to stream the game from a compatible device. More information regarding Sky Go and its usage can be found here.

Will Middlesbrough vs West Bromwich Albion be streamed on Now TV?

Yes. If you are without an active Sky Sports subscription then fear not, as you will be able to enjoy the game in its entirety via NOW TV.

NOW TV memberships are available on either a daily or monthly basis. All the information you need can be found here.

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