Hibernian TV will be providing coverage of Sunday's Clydesdale Bank Scottish Premier League opener against Dundee United at Tannadice with the commentary team of Martin Glancy and Cliff Pike delivering live audio coverage.
If you can't be at the match then the closest you can get to being in the Hibs End is by tuning in to listen to Hibernian TV's live audio commentary - you won't miss a kick.
You can also get match updates by following the Hibees on Twitter - @HibernianFCClub
Right now, there is an exclusive chat with boss Pat available to watch Fenlon as he tackles the latest talking points.
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You can listen by subscribing to the new-look Hibernian TV service by simply clicking on the LIVE MATCHES section and then by clicking on the LIVE COVERAGE tab.
The match is also being broadcast via a video stream on Hibernian TV International (available for supporters outwith the UK and Republic of Ireland).
This is accessible via the LIVE EVENTS, click the 'continue' button which then takes you at a landing page (click play on the Hibernian crest and the broadcast will start at 12.55pm UK time - five minutes before kick off).
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Apologies for the late confirmation of the match being aired on Hibernian TV International, but the club was awaiting final confirmation of broadcast rights in the SPL.
To confirm the forthcoming Edinburgh Derby (Heart of Midlothian at Easter Road, Sunday 12 August, kick off 12.30pm) will be shown on Hibernian TV International plus the club will confirm if the next home match against St Johnstone (Saturday 25 August) will be shown.
This is all part of a longer-term strategy and commitment to reintroduce a high-quality video stream of all home matches for our overseas supporters - which is both viable and affordable.
Once again, we appreciate the understanding shown by overseas supporters and ask for their continued patience as we start to test a new system and train staff to the required level.