How to watch | Livingston (H)

14 May 2024
Author AFC Media Team

How to watch | Live & exclusive coverage of Aberdeen v Livingston only on RedTV

The Club is delighted to confirm it will have pay-per-view access to Wednesday evening’s match against Livingston.

For all supporters in GB & Ireland, the match will be available to stream via our Pay-Per-View website while for supporters abroad the match will be live on RedTV International.

  • Pay-Per-View available for Wednesday’s match priced at £13.99
  • AberDNA Platinum, Premium+, Premium & Standard members and RedTV domestic subscribers entitled to discounted price of £10.99
  • Codes have been sent to AberDNA Platinum, Premium+, Premium & Standard members & RedTV domestic subscribers to enable discount. Please do not purchase without your code – no refunds can be given.
  • If you have any code issues or have not received a code, but are eligible as mentioned above, please contact for assistance.
  • Live coverage out-with Great Britain & Ireland via RedTV International.
  • RedTV live coverage starts from 7.30pm.
  • Match tickets remain available, book online via

Rob Maclean will host our Matchday Live coverage, which will get underway at 7.30pm (BST) ahead of kick off at 7.45pm.

To purchase your PPV ticket in GB & Ireland for the match please click here 

To subscribe to RedTV International please click here.

Please note- we have upgraded RedTV to HD. Please ensure your browser and computer are up to date. Should you notice any buffering please select a lower bit-rate using the option panel on the video player. When you connect to the player, it will sit at 360 but should automatically jump to 1080HD, if it does not then you need to use the settings cog on the player to change.

If 1080HD is also giving buffering issues, again use the settings cog to lower to 720HD. Other things that can cause buffering are:

Running ad-blockers
Running anti-virus software
Browser slowing down (safari) or not up to date
Device not able to cope with the full HD
Tv’s that do not have MPEG-DASH via an in-built browser
Local internet issues
Wi-Fi dropping out