Shrewsbury's games against Lincoln, Bolton, Peterborough and Cambridge will all be streamed on iFollow Shrews for fans in the UK who cannot attend.
Fixtures in League One and League Two have continued throughout the World Cup while the Championship is set to resume in early December.
And as part of the EFL's 'you never forget your first love' campaign, a total of 121 matches have been made available for streaming while the World Cup is on.
The increased availability comes due to the Saturday afternoon blackout on streaming in the UK not applying during the World Cup period.
EFL chief executive Trevor Birch said: “With EFL fixtures continuing throughout the World Cup, we have a fantastic opportunity to showcase our competition, with supporters able to enjoy more access to watch their club play, whether at the ground, in the pub or at home.
“While the winter World Cup has brought challenges for domestic leagues, for the EFL it also brings this opportunity to test how the streaming of live matches during traditionally blocked hours is received by fans that wish to watch their team, wherever they may be.”
A video pass for each game costs £10. They are available HERE.