THE return of the Premier League is set to provide sport-starved fans with a TV feast of football.
After more than three months away and with no prospect of supporters being able to go to stadiums any time soon, England’s top-flight is set to become a TV-only sport.
The league is planning to restart on Wednesday June 17, with Man City vs Arsenal and Aston Villa vs Sheffield United getting things going again. The first three matchrounds’ TV times have been revealed.
How can I watch every Premier League game?
What that does mean is there is set to be a huge amount of football coming your way.
And that’s been recognised by bosses, who are capitalising on the nation’s football thirst by taking many of the matches free-to-air.
You will be able to watch EVERY Premier League game on the box right up until the end of the season, available through four different services.
And with staggered kick-off times, you’ll be able to watch every minute without the worry of missing out on other games.
Gary Lineker fronts the BBC’s football coverage[/caption]
- The Beeb is showing live Premier League matches for the first time since its inception in 1992.
- A total of four matches will be shown on the BBC and their online platforms, with the dates and fixtures still to be decided.
- As well as live games, Match of the Day will return on Saturday nights for those of you who prefer a highlights show.
It won’t be long until Gary Neville and Jamie Carragher are back on our screens[/caption]
- Sky have the rights to show a whopping 64 matches for the remainder of the season.
- Of these, 25 will be shown on their free-to-air Pick channel – dates and fixtures have now been confirmed.
- You can add all Sports channel to your Sky package for £23-a-month, or select individual ones from £18-a-month.
- While you can also grab a NOW TV pass from just £9.99 to stream on a number of devices and avoid going into a contract.
- Existing Sky Sport customers can also live stream by downloading the Sky Go app.
Amazon were praised for their punditry and slick coverage earlier this season[/caption]
- Amazon are a streaming only service and if you’re already a Prime member, you have access to all of their live games through their app and online.
- They made their first foray into showing Premier League games earlier this season.
- Four matches will be shown on Amazon Prime for the remainder of the campaign.
- They will be FREE to watch here in the UK.
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The BT Sport app will be vital for sport fans wanting their Premier League fix this summer[/caption]
- In total, BT Sport will show 20 Premier League matches before the end of the season.
- If you’re an EE customer, you can get a three-month trial to BT Sport mobile and watch them all by texting SPORT to 150.
- As well as their TV packages, BT Sport is also available as an app to download on your mobile, tablet, PC or games console.