Fayetteville High School has partnered with the National Federation of State High School Associations (NFHS) Network to offer live online video coverage of many home athletic events during the 2021-2022 season.
All remaining home football games on Tiger Hill, as well as away games played at NFHS-member schools, will be shown via the NFHS Network. Tiger fans can also watch live or on demand the FHS home basketball games for the upcoming season, plus any away games hosted by NFHS-member schools.
In addition to access to Tiger athletic events, fans buying either an annual pass or a monthly pass to the NFHS Network will receive access to thousands of live and on-demand games across the country shown by the NFHS Network. This includes any postseason events that are broadcast in Tennessee, including state championships, as the NFHS Network has broadcast rights to those. Subscribers will also have access to a mobile app to watch events on a smartphone or tablet. Users can also watch events in a web browser or on streaming devices such as Apple TV, Roku and Fire TV.
An annual pass costs $69.99, with a portion of proceeds from each pass going to Fayetteville High School. Monthly passes cost $10.99. Passes can be ordered at https://www.nfhsnetwork.com/.Fans should specify Fayetteville High School as the school they support when ordering.
All games at FHS will be broadcast using automated technology from Pixellot. The Pixellot cameras operate using artificial intelligence to automatically follow the flow of play and thus don’t require a camera operator to be in place. The technology will also allow FHS coaches to easily film any practices, for private use, at both venues.
Thanks to the NFHS Network’s “High School Support Program” and “Pixellot Free-For-All”, there was no cost to Fayetteville High School or the Fayetteville City School System for the equipment or installation.