Season ticket holders of Championship clubs will be able to watch any of their team’s matches live in the remainder of the 2019-20 season.

Sky Sports will televise 30 of the 108 matches scheduled to be played plus the 15 play-off matches across the three EFL divisions.

Those 30 games will also be available to season ticket holders via the iFollow streaming service.

The other 78 matches will be available to fans via iFollow. Access to the games will be determined by the club where the supporter holds the season ticket, and may be in lieu of a refund or as part of a wider package as determined by each club.

Supporters without season tickets will be able to purchase a £10 match pass to watch individual matches, the EFL said.

The Championship season is set to resume on Saturday, June 20.

The EFL said the deal had been agreed as part of a settlement with Sky following the suspension of the season in March, and has “limited financial impact” on the existing arrangement with the broadcaster.

EFL matches will be played at 6pm or 8pm on Fridays, 12.30pm, 3pm or 5.30pm on Saturdays and 12pm on Sundays.

Midweek matches on Tuesdays and Wednesdays will kick off at either 5pm, 6pm or 8pm.

The match schedule has been adjusted, with the last round of regular season matches now due to be in midweek, on July 21 and 22.

The Championship play-off final will take place on either Sunday, August 2 – the day after the date scheduled for the FA Cup final – or Monday, August 3.

EFL chairman Rick Parry said: “I would firstly like to thank the team at Sky Sports for their patience and support whilst we have worked through some of the complex issues surrounding our agreement that have arisen as a result of live sport being unable to take place due to the current crisis.

“There is no question that Covid-19 has detrimentally affected all industries and, whilst we have only ever wanted to return when it is safe to do, we have always understood that when we did, we had to balance the requirements of our broadcast partners with the unique and challenging financial circumstances that our clubs face.

“We are delighted to have reached such an agreeable and sensible arrangement that ensures the financial impact to clubs is minimised, Sky Sports are able to get their football business back up with one of the most eagerly anticipated Championship run-ins in years and, importantly, fans get access to games during a period where guidelines prevent them from attending in person.”