Dulwich Hamlet will provide free streaming of all their home matches until supporters are allowed back into Champion Hill.
The National League South campaign has started behind closed doors due to the Covid-19 pandemic.
But the games involving Dulwich’s senior men will be shown live on their YouTube channel.
“The club has made the decision to steer clear of paywalled streams to allow as many Hamlet fans as possible around the world to watch the men’s teams progress during this unprecedented season,” said a statement on Dulwich’s official website.
“You can donate to DHFCTV via SuperChats live within the stream, or by donating to the DHFCTV JustGiving Fundraising page.
“We only ask you donate if you can, and all money raised will go back into the running of DHFCTV and the club as a whole.”
Hamlet’s first home game of the season is on Saturday against Chippenham Town.
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