Team Pd GD Pt
1 Hearts 1 4 3
2 Raith Rovers 1 3 3
3 Dunfermline 1 2 3
4 Ayr United 1 1 3
5 Greenock Morton 1 1 3
6 Queen of the South 1 -1 0
7 Alloa Athletic 1 -1 0
8 Inverness CT 1 -2 0
9 Arbroath 1 -3 0
10 Dundee 1 -4 0
Updated: 17th Oct

RaithTV – Pricing Information

Friday October 16th 2020

Ahead of our first league game of the season tomorrow, we are now able to reveal pricing information for RaithTV passes.

RRFC Season Ticket Holders

RRFC Season Ticket holders get free access to live video of all home league games (except games selected for broadcast on TV) and audio commentaries of as many away fixtures as possible. COVID19 restrictions mean we cannot guarantee access to away grounds for audio-commentaries, but we will do our best to cover these games if possible.

To claim your free pass, log in to your RaithTV account (or register, if you don’t already have one) at www.raith.tv then click the link for Season Ticket holders at the top of the Pass Options page. You’ll need the barcode from your Season Ticket Card.

Video Passes

Non-Season Ticket Holders will be able to buy a pass to watch tomorrow’s game (anywhere in the world) for £12. This includes the live video, along with audio commentaries. We are only able to offer these within the UK/Ireland as long as COVID19 restrictions are in place. Please note that some games this season may have a different pay-per-view price, and we cannot stream games that have been selected for broadcast on TV to fans within the UK.

Full season video passes are available outside the UK.

Audio Passes

If you only want to listen to the commentaries, these passes are available for £3 a game or £30 for the season. We will cover all home league games, and as many away fixtures as we can get access to.

We strongly recommend purchasing passes (or activating your Season Ticket pass) early, as the RaithTV team will have limited time before kick-off to deal with administration issues.

You can visit the RaithTV website here.

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