Help & FAQs

Have a question about our streaming service or experiencing technical difficulties? See our most frequently asked questions below.

Which Matches Are Eligible For Live Streaming?
Video streams will be available for all home National League North fixtures and select cup games.

Each home club can choose whether to stream their games so we are unable live stream away games on Quaker TV. For away match live streaming please see our opposition’s website for coverage details.

I’m A Season Card Holder, Do I Get A Free Pass?
Season Ticket holders & 500 Club members for Season 20/21 will receive free streaming for any home National League North fixture which they are unable to attend due matches being played behind closed doors. Cup matches are not covered by your Season Card.

Season Ticket & 500 Club members will access the free video streaming using voucher codes, which will be distributed in due course and can be applied above.

What Devices Does The Streaming Work On?
The live stream can be accessed across desktop, tablet and mobile devices with up-to-date browsers. You have the ability to cast or airplay the stream from your device to your TV.

If you are unsure whether your technology will be supported, check the Inplayer support site. Your browser should be one of the latest versions of Microsoft Edge, Mozilla Firefox, Google Chrome or Safari.

Can I Watch The Matches On Demand?
This facility is not available at launch but may be added at a future date.

Can I listen to Darlo Fans Radio audio commentary rather than watch the live stream?
Yes, full details on how to do this can be found here.

Do I need an account?
Yes - all supporters need to create an account the first time you use QuakerTV. Once you’ve clicked on the Buy button, select the SIGN UP option to create your account. It’s a simple process with email address and full name required.

Once registered you will be able to log in for future games using your email address and password.

Still having issues? Please check the Inplayer support site