Bradford City is supporting the EFL's Anti-Piracy campaign which launched today - aiming to limit the amount of illegal streams taking money from clubs on a match-by-match basis.
In the current environment, the COVID-19 pandemic and matches being played behind closed doors has put a greater dependence on match streaming than ever before.
This means, with no supporters permitted inside stadiums, iFollow generates one of the only revenue streams available to clubs through these financial challenges.
Piracy - and illegal streaming of matches - does not only carry the risk of potential criminal action, but also has a greater financial impact on clubs while supporters are unable to attend matches.
The EFL's campaign would like to not only convey the message that piracy is immoral and illegal, but that it is also financially damaging club's across the EFL, while COVID-19 restrictions continue to impact.
For more information on the campaign and iFollow, please CLICK HERE.
To purchase an iFollow video match pass for City's trip to Salford City on Saturday, please CLICK HERE.