WATCHLOI now available to buy

The WATCHLOI kick-off pass is now on sale ahead of the start of the SSE Airtricity Premier Division 2021 season.

Kick-off passes went on sale this morning on the platform at just €59 for supporters in Ireland and around the world.

Sligo Rovers will offer free passes for all our adult, OAP and concession match package owners, in lieu of three passes from a match pack.

This offer does not apply to Super Reds.

To redeem please follow the instructions below:

  • Take three tickets from your match pack book (numbers 1-3)
  • Post them to: Secretary, Sligo Rovers FC, The Showgrounds, Sligo. (as soon as possible – streaming passes will only be redeemed once tickets have been received)
  • Include a note with the tickets with your name and e-mail address (e-mail address is important as your streaming code will be emailed to you)
  • We advise you to please send these in without delay as the season starts on Friday March 19th (Friday week).
  • Once we receive the three tickets we will send an email with instructions on how to access the streaming service.
  • For any enquiries please email or call 071-9171212

The club wish to thank supporters for their continued support during the past 12 months in particular.

Non match-package owners can purchase a pass for €59 on

It is the perfect way for supporters to support their club with revenue generated set to go to each club and with over 60+ matches set to be on the platform, it is also great value.

The 2021 SSE Airtricity Premier Division season is set to get underway on Friday, March 19.

Rovers play their first game against Dundalk on Saturday 20 March at 6pm in The Showgrounds.

“We’re delighted to be able to launch the WATCHLOI kick-off pass today ahead of the new season,” said League of Ireland Director Mark Scanlon.

“With over 60 matches set to be on the platform from the start of the season to the mid-season break, the kick-off pass represents excellent value for supporters to enjoy the action when it begins this week.

“As the Covid-19 restrictions continue, the revenue it will generate for the clubs is a key source of income and means supporters can continue to support their League of Ireland club in these difficult times.”