The English Football League is planning to stream every remaining game live once the season restarts, chairman Rick Parry has said in a letter to fans, reports BBC Sport.
On Friday, the EFL released an open letter from Parry addressing supporters about the state of play in the English game.
He said their "biggest challenge" is "not knowing" when crowds will return at matches, but that fans would still be able to watch games online or on television.
He added: "We will endeavour to bring live football direct into your homes once it returns.
"With or without spectators, delivering a successful conclusion to the 2019-20 season remains our goal to ensure the integrity of our competitions."