Purchase your video match pass ahead of Saturday's FA Cup tie at MEMS Priestfield Stadium.
Gillingham's Emirates FA Cup first round tie against Woking on Saturday afternoon will be available to stream via iFollow for just £10!
The draw was made last Monday night and it will see former fans' favourite Matt Jarvis return to the MEMS Priestfield Stadium, with the winger having signed a new deal with the National League club in the summer.
With fans not able to attend in person, the decision has been taken to allow FA Cup games to be streamed, and home fans will be able to watch in the usual way by purchasing a video match pass and logging in on the day via iFollow. Please be aware season ticket holders do not have access to this fixture free of charge.
The fee is £10, and the feed will be accompanied by live match commentary from the team at BBC Radio Kent.
Please click here to purchase your match pass. If you haven't already got one, you will require a basic iFollow account which you can create without charge.
Woking supporters will be able to stream the fixture in exactly the same way as Gillingham fans will, however there are a couple of things you will need to do in order to gain access to the feed.
1. Create a basic iFollow account via this link. This is free of charge.
2. Once logged in, which can be done by clicking the `sign in/register` button on the home page of the website in the top right corner, www.gillinghamfootballclub.com, purchase your video match pass for Saturday's game. This can be done here.
3. Once purchased, having made a record of your login credentials, return to the website on Saturday morning (ideally befre) and ensure you are able to log in. Your name should replace the `sign in/register` button if the system has successfully registered your details.
4. Approximately 45 minutes before kick-off, access the match centre on the site's home page (you must be logged in). Provided the feed is actually live at this point (this could go live at any stage between 2pm and 2.40pm) you should see a button saying "Watch Now." The feed should then appear on your screen, with match commentary available once the teams exit the tunnel area.
If you experience any technical issues then this page may assist you.
Alternatively, you can email iFollow@efl.com who will have people ready to deal with any issues, however we would advise you try and log in as early as possible, and therefore access the feed as quickly as possible, to determine if help is required.
In the bottom right hand corner of the home page you will also find a speech bubble which will give you access to a live chat/immediate message function.
Please note that Gillingham Football Club is not able to assist regarding technical issues as the platform is run by the EFL and its streaming partners.