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Last Updated: 12/07/11 3:05pm

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Sky Sports will broadcast Hull City v Blackpool as the first npower Football League match of the new season.

The match, which kicks off at 7.45pm on Friday 5 August, will be the first of up to 80 live npower Football League games to be shown on Sky Sports HD this season including the Play-offs and all three Play-off finals from Wembley.

In consultation with the Football League, Sky Sports has confirmed several live matches for the opening months of the season. Further live matches will be announced as they are confirmed.

The live fixtures confirmed include:

Hull City v Blackpool - The Seasiders face Hull City in their first game back in the Football League - live on Friday 5 August.

AFC Wimbledon v Bristol Rovers - Newly promoted AFC Wimbledon face Bristol Rovers in their first ever Football League game on Saturday 6 August.

Southampton v Leeds United - Newly promoted Southampton face Leeds United at St Mary's Stadium on Saturday 6 August.

Live football will also be available to view on PCs, laptops, mobile and tablet devices free of charge for Sky TV customers with Sky Sports thanks to Sky Go, a new service launching next month.

The line-up of live matches includes The Barclays Premier League, UEFA Champions League, npower Football League, Carling Cup, Scottish Cup, Clydesdale Bank Premier League, Northern Ireland's Carling Premiership, Spain's La Liga and various international fixtures including Euro 2012 qualifiers.

The live coverage is supported by a range of football shows, covering every day of the week, including Soccer AM, Gillette Soccer Saturday, Goals on Sunday and Sunday Supplement.

The live televised fixtures confirmed are:

Fri 5th AugustHull City v Blackpool 7.45pmChampionship
Sat 6th AugustAFC Wimbledon v Bristol Rovers 12.45pmLeague 2
Sat 6th AugustSouthampton v Leeds United 5.20pmChampionship
Tue 9th AugustLeeds United v Bradford City 7.45pmCarling Cup
Thu 11th AugustSheffield Wednesday v Blackpool 7.45pmCarling Cup
Sat 20th AugustPeterborough v Ipswich 5.20pmChampionship
Sun 21st AugustWest Ham v Leeds 1.15pmChampionship
Sun 28th AugustNottingham Forest v West Ham 1.15pmChampionship
Sat 3rd SeptemberSwindon v Rotherham 12.15pmLeague Two
Mon 5th SeptemberCharlton v Sheffield Wednesday 7.45pmLeague One
Sat 10th SeptemberCoventry v Derby 5.20pmChampionship
Sat 17th SeptemberSouthampton v Birmingham 5.20pmChampionship
Fri 23rd SeptemberBrighton v Leeds 7.45pmChampionship
Sun 25th SeptemberCardiff v Leicester 1.30pmChampionship
Sat 1st OctoberNottingham Forest v Birmingham 5.20pmChampionship
Fri 14th OctoberDoncaster v Leeds 7.45pmChampionship
Sat 15th OctoberPortsmouth v Barnsley 5.20pmChampionship
Sat 22nd OctoberReading v Southampton 5.20pmChampionship
Sat 29th OctoberBurnley v Blackpool 5.20pmChampionship
Sun 30th OctoberLeeds v Cardiff 1.15pmChampionship
Sat 5th NovemberMiddlesbrough v Watford 5.20pmChampionship
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