📖 You can order your official, limited edition matchday programme for our Betfred Cup semi-final now. 👇— Hibernian FC (@HibernianFC) January 18, 2021
All roads lead to Hampden this week for our Betfred Cup semi-final against St Johnstone.
It's a 5.30pm kick-off in Glasgow on Saturday and we have all your need-to-know details for the big game.
Can I watch the game live?
Premier Sports have the exclusive broadcast rights for the Betfred Cup in the UK and Ireland so, for the avoidance of doubt, we won't be able to show this game on Hibs Pass or on a Pay Per View basis.
- Sky Sports customers can sign up at www.premiersports.com and find Premier Sports HD on channel 412. New customers can subscribe from £9.99 per month with no connection fee or £120 annually. Premier Sports customers on Sky will also receive free access to the Premier Player by registering here.
- You can watch online (web, iOS App, Android App) via www.premierplayer.tv from £9.99 per month (or £99 annually) with no connection fee. If using the App, please set up an account first on your web browser before downloading the App.
- Virgin customers will find Premier Sports on channel 551. You can subscribe for £9.99 per month via the provider with no connection fee or minimum contract. Call 0845 840 7777 or set up viewing via box. (Press Home > Apps and Games > All Apps > TV Upgrades).
Premier Sports offer paid subscription services. Payments for subscriptions to Premier Sports via Sky or the Premier Player streaming service will automatically recur monthly or annually dependent on your chosen package unless notice is given to cancel. The auto-recurring price will be at the standard rate. Cancellations must be made by phone or email and must include a minimum five days’ notice prior to next bill. No cancellations accepted within 48 hours of subscribing. Minimum Subscriptions period is dependent (and matches) your chosen package. Terms and Conditions apply. For full terms and conditions visit www.premiersports.com.
Hibs TV domestic/international subscribers and season ticket holders
Hibs TV domestic subscribers and season ticket holders will be able to listen in to audio coverage of the game from Cliff Pike and Tam McManus, who will be on air from 5.10pm.
Remember to log in via Hibs TV and not Hibs Pass, which is only active for home league games.
Hibs TV international subscribers will be able to watch the game as normal.
If you ever have any questions about Hibs TV, it’s worth having a read of our FAQs. You’ll find that pinned on the homepage of our new-look website, but it’s not a bad idea to bookmark it.
Failing that, you can email the dedicated support team at our technical partners, Stream Digital, via firstname.lastname@example.org.
Those are the two best bets for getting to the heart of any issues, as posts to our social media channels can be missed on a busy matchday.
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🆕 Inside The Box is back with another fantastic giveaway.— Hibernian FC (@HibernianFC) January 13, 2021
🏆 This month our raffle - which raises funds for our youth setup - has a 500ml bottle of Eden Mill Glory Glory Gin, signed by League Cup-winning captain Rob Jones, up for grabs.
🎟 Tickets on sale now!
We’re now doing our Happy Hibee draw for home and away games.
Tickets are priced at £2 for the Happy Hibee draw – in association with St Andrews Timber & Building Supplies Ltd – with the proceeds split evenly between the club and lucky winner.