WORLD CUP QUALIFIER: Ukraine v England Venue: Dnipro Arena Date: Saturday, 10 October Kick off: 1715 BST Coverage: Live commentary on BBC Radio 5 live, live text commentary on BBC Sport website, live video available at ukrainevengland.com (subscription required)
The England match will be limited to a maximum of one million subscribers
England fans will have to subscribe online to watch live coverage of the World Cup qualifier in Ukraine.
It is being streamed on a pay-per-view basis, with the cost having risen from £4.99 earlier this week to £11.99 on the day of the match in Dnipropetrovsk.
All previously broadcast England fixtures have been available on TV.
Kentaro, the company behind the web-only match, has declined to reveal how many subscribers have signed up to see the game at www.ukrainevengland.com.
But digital sport specialist Perform, which is providing the technology to stream the match on the internet, claims the internet first for England is heading for success.
Chairman Andrew Croker said: "We are not issuing any numbers, we are going to talk about that after the game, but it is going absolutely fine. People are signing up.
"People have polarised views about it, but people have always had polarised views about new technology or ways of viewing sports over the years.
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