Lancashire Cricket to continue its enhanced live streaming coverage for 2021 season
Members and supporters will be able to watch all of the Club's non-televised home fixtures for free this summer
Lancashire Cricket is delighted to confirm that its leading live streaming service will be continuing for the 2021 season, providing the Club's Members and supporters with unrivalled ball-by-ball coverage online.
In 2020, the Club significantly improved its live stream offering which now consists of a multi-roaming camera setup, including ball-tracking and roaming cameras supplemented by live match commentary from BBC Radio Lancashire's Scott Read and his opposition counterpart.
The manned, ball-tracking cameras at either end of the field, allow viewers to follow the ball off the square and watch all the key moments including catches, run outs and other key moments.
The Club brought supporters closer to the action during the 2020 season which was played entirely behind-closed-doors, with over 2.7 million viewers taking in matches from Lancashire's Bob Willis Trophy and Vitality Blast campaigns.
The live streaming service has been developed alongside My Action Replay, a Bristol based automated streaming and video indexing technology organisation and MediaCityUK based production company, Badger and Combes.
This summer with the first part of the season to be played behind-closed-doors, Lancashire Cricket will once again be covering all non-televised home LV= Insurance County Championship, Vitality Blast and also Royal London Cup matches.
Lancashire kick off their campaign at home to Sussex tomorrow (8 April) and you can watch all the action live via the Match Centre and the Club's YouTube and Facebook accounts.
2021 Adult Memberships
Join the Red Rose with an Official 2021 Membership, starting from just £35.