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Club support EFL anti-piracy campaign

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AFC Bournemouth AFC Bournemouth

AFC Bournemouth would like to thank those supporters who have used afcbTV Live, the club’s official streaming service, to date.

From Boscombe to Botswana, Southborne to Sydney and Poole to Porto, thousands of the Cherries faithful have tuned in to watch the club’s opening 11 games of the Championship campaign on afcbTV Live.

And in doing so, those fans are pledging their support and providing an important revenue steam to the club during what is a challenging financial period at all levels of every sport.

Streaming is hugely important for clubs and AFC Bournemouth supports the EFL and its fellow clubs in condemning the use of illegal streams.

Piracy is not only morally wrong but also illegal and, if prosecuted, can lead to civil or criminal action.

That is why the Cherries are encouraging supporters to report illegal streams that may be showing EFL content unlawfully by emailing [email protected]. All emails will be treated confidentially.

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