Sky Sports has confirmed that a number of Swindon Town games will be broadcast live in the next few months. 

It had already been confirmed that the Robins' opening match against newly-promoted Chesterfield at 8pm in the evening on August 9 would be shown on the broadcaster's new dedicated English Football League channel. 

But, the fixtures section of the Sky Sports website shows that a number of other Swindon games will be available to watch on television live. 

A second away game will feature in the same month, with Town's clash against Crewe on August 24 also being shown at 12.30pm

Beyond that, the County Ground will get its first showing on Sky Sports on September 14, when Swindon battles Newport County at home, also starting at 12.30pm. 

This follows the announcement from Sky Sports that every EFL club will feature at least three times on the new launched channel. 

For the period up until the end of September, every EFL team will have an opening weekend fixture, a Carabao Cup tie and at least one regular weekend fixture screened live on Sky Sports.

The EFL season begins with four games on Friday, August 9, including Swindons. 

Every additional game across the opening weekend of the Championship, League One and League Two will be streamed live on Sky Sports+, in what Sky is calling a landmark first in broadcasting history.

A Sky Sports spokesperson said: "Prior to the start of the new EFL season, all TV selections will be confirmed for the period up to the FA Cup third round in early January 2025.

"This is a landmark commitment, providing fans and clubs up to five months' notice, an increase from the five weeks' notice given across the majority of last season.

"Across the course of the season, more than 1,000 EFL games will be broadcast on Sky Sports+ with every team featuring more than 20 times, at no extra cost to Sky Sports subscribers."

The full fixture list for League Two was released on June 26, revealing all of the match dates for Swindon fans throughout the 2024/2025 campaign. 

The first away fixture is that opening match against Chesterfield, but Town fans will have their first chance to see Mark Kennedy's new-look side run out at the County Ground when Walsall visit eight days later.