Motherwell v Aberdeen - Watch Live on RedTV International!
We are pleased to confirm that RedTV International are showing the Dons next Scottish Premiership match Motherwell v Aberdeen on Sat 25th Jan 2014 kick off 15:00 GMT, provided by BBC Alba/MNE, live via your computer! If you are abroad, what better way to show your support by subscribing to RedTV International and follow your team.
Click the link below or click on the 'Live Matches' menu option in the RedTV site on the day of the game to access the LIVE VIDEO webcast.Motherwell v Aberdeen - LIVE FLASH VIDEO
Please note that this is only available to overseas subscribers with a RedTV International Subscription Package.
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If you're an Aberdeen fan working or living abroad then don't miss out on this wonderful opportunity. Watch the boys live and keep up to date with all things Red from anywhere in the world for just £5.99 per month or £59.99 per year**.
RedTV Standard subscriptions are available from as little as £3.75 a month (paid annually).
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If you're already a RedTV Standard Subscriber, are outwith the UK & Ireland, and want to upgrade to RedTV International, you'll need to cancel your current subscription and sign up to the RedTV International package using the link above. Please contact email@example.com to arrange cancellation, preferably well in advance of the match to make sure you don't miss any of the action!
We are unable to provide a live video stream of SPL, League Cup and Scottish cup matches to users within the UK, due to UEFA blackout restrictions. UEFA Article 48 states that moving pictures must not be broadcast into a member country during the 'closed period' in that country. Moving pictures can be broadcast into a member country outwith the 'closed period' subject to satisfactory geoblocking, to ensure the British Isles holdback period is maintained. See http://www.uefa.com/newsfiles/88494.pdf for details.