WBA TV+, a new video channel dedicated to entertaining supporters with exclusive feature-length content, is bringing unrivalled value to supporters for the revenue they are helping to generate for the club.
Getting down to the Hawthorns to see the team live in action can’t be beaten but, before Saturday comes, exclusive access to get closer to the team, past and present, is a substitute all fans can get behind.
This is where WBA TV+ comes in, to deliver the ultimate in premium supporter content, accessible in the website and app.
- 2001/02: 20 years on
- A trip down Halfords Lane
- Brand new podcast
- Extended highlights
- Classic clashes
- PL2 home game live streams
All New Content
All members and season-ticket holders will have access to WBA TV+ which will host a range of entertaining content, including two showpiece series – ‘A Trip Down Halfords Lane’ and ‘2001/02: 20 Years On’ – as well as an official club podcast, classic matches, and live video streams of all Premier League 2 home fixtures.
Season-ticket holders and members can access WBA TV+ by logging into their My Albion account. Anyone else wanting to access this fantastic content and much more can still become a member by signing up on wba.co.uk.
Showpieces and Series
WBA TV+ will go live with Baggies legend Chris Brunt in the seat for the inaugural episode of ‘A Trip Down Halfords Lane’ – a reflective look back on the careers of Albion greats, with Tony Brown and Gareth McAuley next up in future episodes.
Monthly docuseries, ‘2001/02: 20 Years On’, will see stars of the club’s first promotion to the Premier League discuss a landmark season in the history of Albion, with detailed insight from the main man Gary Megson, who offers a contemporary assessment of a never-to-be-forgotten campaign.
WBA Radio presenter Gez Mulholland and fans’ favourite Andy Johnson will host the club’s first official podcast, ‘The Lord’s My Shep-pod’, with stars of the past joining the duo for a light-hearted, sideways look at all things Albion.
The channel will also include regular retro content with highlights of great Albion fixtures in our Classic Matches series, as well as looking to the future with live video broadcasts of all PL2 home games.
"With a great deal of work having gone into creating a wealth of exciting and emotional new content the club are giving the fans real value for money. When a fan can spend their hard-earned cash on so many entertainment offerings today it's a big deal for their football club to see fans willingly put some of that money back into their club for an offering like this."
MANAGING DIRECTOR, OTHER MEDIA