Where to Watch Viking Athletics in 2021

Tanner Pierce, Sports Editor

Looking for a way to tune-in and watch your favorite Viking athletes this year?

The Pierce County Health Department has provided a 200 person capacity limit for all sporting events, which doesn’t allow for spectators at football games this year due to the high number of athletes and coaches, but it does allow for limited spectators at both volleyball and girls soccer games. 

Each athlete is allowed two guests for all home games, and guests must be pre registered for the game to be admitted in. 

If you aren’t able to make these games or aren’t granted a ticket from an athlete, Puyallup School District has purchased Pixellot technology for all three fields in the district, and all three gymnasiums to watch the games from your couch or on the go. A Pixellot camera is an automated, motion-sensored camera that will provide a broadcast of the games on the NFHS network streaming platform. 

To access these streams, there is a subscription fee of $10.95 monthly or $69.95 for the entire year. This subscription will give you access to the entire NFHS network platform, which allows you to watch games all over the country live or on demand. In addition, if Puyallup High School gets over 400 ANNUAL subscriptions, which is good for 12 months, 50percent of profits will come back to ASB. Sign up for the NFHS HERE

All home games for the Vikings at both Sparks Stadium and Paul B. Hanawalt Pavilion, as well as games at six out of the 10 SPSL schools, will be streamed on the NFHS network via Pixellot cameras. All schools will have some sort of live stream, click HERE for information on everything live streams in the SPSL.