2021 spring cup streaming series

Hockey is back and the Spring Cup is here! 

You’ll find all the information you need to know about the upcoming streaming series on this page. 

This competition will see Sheffield Steeldogs, Swindon Wildcats, Bracknell Bees, Raiders and of course Telford Tigers all compete for the 2021 Spring Cup!

The 5 teams will play each other home and away over 7 weekends each team playing each other 3 times for a total of 12 games each. 

All games will be played behind closed doors and available to watch via our paid streaming service.

Spring Cup replica jerseys are now available to purchase online! Get your Limited Edition orange jersey whilst you can!

Have courage and be kind

Streaming Support Team

We're here to help! We have a friendly support team on hand who will be able to answer any of your questions or queries during the streaming series. You will also find a series of FAQs at the bottom of this page.

You can contact our streaming support team at any time on any of the channels below. On game days, we'll aim to get back to you as quickly as possible!

Virtual Competitions for Telford Tigers vs Bracknell Bees – Saturday 27th February

All tickets purchased in the week leading up to the beginning of the third period of the live stream will be entered into the relevant competition.

The shirt of the back competition will be for #14 Jonathan Weaver game worn shirt.

The draw will take place during the third period and the winners will be announced at the end of the game on the live stream. 

Live Streaming Frequently Asked Questions

Find the email from TicketCo that you received when you purchased your ticket. Click on the play button, and this will open a new tab in your browser where you can view the event.

Enter ticketco.tv or ticketco.events/stream in the URL search bar. You’ll be directed to the TicketCo TV home page where you’ll be asked to input your 5 letter code into the ID box. Your code can be found on your tickets. If your ID is recognised, you will granted access to the online

TicketCo Media Services app is compatible with the following:

Smart TV web brower

Enter ticketco.tv or ticketco.events/stream in the URL search bar. You’ll be directed to the TicketCo TV home page where you’ll be asked to input your 5 letter code into the ID box. Your code can be found on your tickets. If your ID is recognised, you will granted access to the online

Apple TV – you will need tvOS 13.0 or higher

Android TV – you will need version 7.0 or higher

Amazon Fire TV/Firestick

Go to your app store, and search up “TicketCo TV”. Download and open the app. You will be asked to input your 5 letter reference code, and once correctly inputted, you will be directed to the broadcast.

Chromecast – 2nd generation or newer

Open the Chrome browser on your Android or Windows device, or on your computer, and select the casting icon in the video player. Note that you cannot cast from web browsers on iOS devices due to a limitation by Google.

HDMI linked to your computer

You can also open up the link to the broadcast on your computer or laptop (as described above), and then use an HDMI cable to view the show on your TV.

The answer here is, yes! The live stream will start 30 minutes before the face-off time for each fixture. Please make sure you’ve logged on in plenty of time ahead of the puck drop! 

Find the email from TicketCo that you received when you purchased your ticket. Click on the play button, and this will open a new tab in your browser where you can view the event.

Enter ticketco.tv or ticketco.events/stream in the URL search bar. You’ll be directed to the TicketCo TV home page where you’ll be asked to input your 5 letter code into the ID box. Your code can be found on your tickets. If your ID is recognised, you will granted access to the online

Sometimes the tickets might end up in your spam folder, so it’s worth checking there first. If they do land in spam, it might be worth adding TicketCo to your “safe senders” list so as to avoid tickets landing in spam in the future.

Streaming tickets are sold as one ticket (code) per device. If you wish to watch the stream on multiple devices in the same household, you will need to purchase further streaming tickets.

If there is more than one of you, donations can be made to the Club on behalf of the extra viewers you have sat around your stream. Click here to make a donation.

No, the live stream cannot be paused whilst viewing. If you pause the live stream on your device, the stream will resume at live  

Please try refreshing your browser, and if you are still having trouble, please try using a different web browser instead. It may also be worth trying to view on a different device. If we are experiencing an issue the broadcast, we will inform you of this via an emergency technical issue message that will be visible instead of the stream.

Please try refreshing your browser, and if you are still having trouble, please try using a different web browser instead. If the problem continues, please contact our support team who will guide you through a solution. 

In order to benefit from our 6 game discount, you will need to add each individual fixture to your ‘basket’ before checking out and paying. Once all 6 fixtures have been added to your online cart, the discount will automatically be applied. You will find all the available fixture tickets here.

One ticket, containing a link and reference code, allows access to the broadcast for one device at a time. That is to say if person A opens the link/types in the reference code, then person B does the same, person A will be thrown out of the broadcast. It is therefore very important not to share your ticket link or reference with anyone else.

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