Premier League football is back and there are almost 100 matches to keep us entertained over the next two months. But with fans not able to make it to the games in person, supporters will have to rely on watching the matches on TV or online. Express Sport has all the details on how to watch the free-to-air games on Sky Sports.
Sky TV users witnessed the exciting return of the Premier League on Wednesday as Aston Villa took on Sheffield United in a 0-0 draw, followed by Manchester City vs Arsenal which ended 3-0.
Sky Sports will be showing 64 of the remaining Premier League fixtures, with several huge fixtures lined up for you TV screens this summer.
However, there are also some 25 Premier League games remaining that Sky will show for free – including this weekend’s blockbuster Merseyside derby, as Liverpool and Everton go head to head.
The remaining free-to-air fixtures will be shared between Amazon Prime and the BBC, with BT Sport taking up the rest of the paid for fixtures.
Existing Sky Sports customers can stream the events through the Sky Go app.
If you’re planning on signing up, the firm is offering access to its Premier League and Football channels on an £18-per-month deal.
For those without a subscription, NOW TV are currently offering fans a Sky Sports pass at £25-a-month for the next three months.
But what about the free to watch matches?
- Premier League TV schedule for all Premier League games – in FULL
Do you have to have Sky Sports to watch ‘free’ Premier League matches?
Don’t panic if you don’t have Sky TV, as you’ll still be able to watch the return of the Premier League.
The free games can be found on Sky Pick (channel 159) and on Freeview (channel 144).
Over on NOW TV, free-to-air matches will be shown on Sky Pick, available via Freeview, and Sky One, available on the Entertainment Pass.
If you’ve already got a NOW TV account, but don’t have a subscription, you can easily sign up for a seven day NOW TV free trial.
Which games are free on Sky Sports?
Friday, June 19: Norwich vs Southampton – 6pm
Sunday, June 21:
Newcastle vs Sheffield United – 2pm,
Everton vs Liverpool – 7pm
Monday, June 22: Manchester City vs Burnley – 8pm
Wednesday, June 24: Manchester United vs Sheffield United – 6pm
Thursday, June 25: Burnley vs Watford – 6pm
Sunday, June 28: Watford vs Southampton – 4.30pm
Tuesday, June 30: Brighton vs Manchester United, 8.15pm
Wednesday, July 1: Bournemouth vs Newcastle – 6pm
Saturday, July 4: Leicester City vs Crystal Palace – 3pm
Sunday, July 5: Burnley vs Sheffield United – 12pm
Tuesday, July 7: Watford vs Norwich – 6pm
Thursday, July 9: Bournemouth vs Tottenham – 6pm
Sunday, July 12:
Wolves vs Everton – 12pm
Bournemouth vs Leicester City – 7pm
Monday, July 13: Manchester United vs Southampton – 8pm
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