Where to watch the Premier League on TV in 2019/20
262,102 hours of Premier League coverage was broadcast globally in the 2018/19 season to an audience of 3.2billion people, according to official figures. That’s a lot of live football.
There are more options than ever to watch Premier League football on TV this season too, with Amazon Prime joining the established duo of Sky Sports and BT Sport as official broadcasters. The sharing of rights for the 2019/2020 season are as follows:
Sky Sports (128 live games)
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Broadcast slots: Saturday (5:30pm/7:45pm); Sunday (2pm/4:30pm); Monday (8pm); Friday (7:30pm/8pm)
BT Sport (52 live games)
Broadcast slots: Saturday (12:30pm); Midweek (7:45pm/8pm)
Amazon (20 live games)
Broadcast slots: Boxing Day (kick-off tbc); Midweek (7:45pm/8pm)
Amazon’s coverage will be limited to two rounds in December, with the second being Boxing Day, when all 10 matches will be broadcast for the first time in the UK.