The Premier League is due to kick off again on Wednesday June 17, with no fewer than 22 live games in the opening fortnight. But with fans unable to attend matches how can you watch the action?
Every one of the remaining 92 Premier League games will be broadcast live across Sky Sports, BT Sport, BBC Sport or Amazon Prime. In total 33 of those matches will be free to air.
Aston Villa are due to kick off Project Restart, taking on Sheffield United at 6pm followed by Arsenal vs Manchester City with Mikel Arteta against his former boss Pep Guardiola at 8:15pm. You will have to be a Sky Sports Subscriber to watch these matches, however the next fixture Norwich City v Southampton will be free to air on Pick TV on Friday evening 18:00 PM kick off. Pick TV is a Freeview channel and can be found on channel 11 or 144 and on 159 on Sky. Sky announced that the Merseyside derby will be available to watch for free on Sky Pick, as Liverpool could be crowned champions on Sunday June 21 at 7pm.
The BBC will also air four Premier League matches free to view, with Bournemouth vs Crystal Palace airing on Saturday June 20 at 7:45pm. Their second game will be Norwich vs Everton on Wednesday June 24. Two FA Cup Quarter-Final’s as usual be shown and they are Norwich City v Man Utd on Saturday 27th June 2020 at 17:30 and Newcastle United v Man City on the day after at 18:30. The remaining two games and are still being decided.
Amazon Prime will make four Premier League games free to air when the season restarts. Fans will not need a Prime membership to watch fixtures,It’s unclear whether you need an Amazon account or need to sign up. Crystal Palace v Burnley on Monday 29th June 2020 at 20:00 is so far the only game confirmed to be available on Amazon Prime.
The full schedule for free games on across the networks can be found below.
|Norwich City v Southampton||PickTV||Friday 19th June 2020 18:00|
|Bournemouth vs Crystal Palace||BBC||Saturday June 20 7:45pm|
|Newcastle United v Sheffield United||PickTV||Sunday 21st June 2020 14:00|
|Everton v Liverpool||PickTV||Sunday 21st June 2020 19:00|
|Norwich vs Everton||BBC||Wednesday 24th June 202 18:00|
|Man Utd v Sheffield United||PickTV||Wednesday 24th June 2020 18:00|
|Burnley v Watford||PickTV||Thursday 25th June 2020 18:00|
|Norwich City v Man Utd FA Cup||BBC||Saturday 27th June 2020 17:30|
|Newcastle United v Man City FA Cup||BBC||Sunday 28th June 2020 18:30|
|Watford v Southampton||PickTV||Sunday 28th June 2020 16:30|
|Crystal Palace v Burnley||Amazon Prime||Monday 29th June 2020 20:00|
|Brighton & Hove Albion v Man Utd||PickTV||Tuesday 30th June 2020 20:15|
|AFC Bournemouth v Newcastle United||PickTV||Wednesday 1st July 2020 18:00|
BT Sport will also be showing 20 games this season however none of BT’s games will be available for free.