The Premier League is finally back, with every single fixture set to be streamed live across four major broadcasters – Sky Sports, BT Sport, Amazon Prime and, for the first time since the league’s formation in 1992, the BBC.
The live TV games get underway with Aston Villa vs Sheffield Utd on the 17th June. That’s in a teatime slot that many Premier League fans will need to get used to over the next few months – 6pm, with Man City vs Arsenal set to take place later the same evening.
Premier League Live Games
A revised weekend schedule will see games take place on Friday and Monday evenings as well in four time slots on Saturdays and Sundays.
For the first time ever, games will also be broadcast live in the historically protected Saturday 3pm slot, with Brighton vs Arsenal the first fixture set to beamed live to UK viewers in this traditional timeslot.
Midweek matches will be played on Tuesdays, Wednesdays and Thursdays with two kick-off slots each (with provisional time slots 6pm, 8pm and 8:15pm).
Sky have committed to showing 25 of their 64 games free-to-air, with Amazon also not requiring a subscription to watch their four scheduled games on Prime.
With so many live games on TV to look forward to over the next month or so, it can be hard to keep tabs on where and where you can watch all your favourite stars in action.
Here’s our weekly round-up of all the live Premier League games, plus the pick of the major action from across Europe…
Live Games On TV This Week
Friday 26th June
Brentford vs West Brom, 19:45, Sky Sports Main Event/Football
Juventus vs Lecce, 20:45, Premier Sports 1
Sevilla vs Real Valladolid, 21:00, LaLigaTV
Saturday 27th June
Aston Villa vs Wolves, 12:30, BT Sport 1
Norwich City vs Man Utd, 17:30, BBC One
Preston vs Cardiff, 12:30, Sky Sports Football/Main Event
Leeds Utd vs Fulham, 15:00, Sky Sports Football/Main Event
Bundesliga Final Day, 14:30, All BT Sport channels
Celta Vigo vs Barcelona, 16:00, LaLigaTV
Lazio vs Fiorentina, 20:45, Premier Sports 1
Sunday 28th June
Sheffield Utd vs Arsenal 13:00, BT Sport 1
Leicester City vs Chelsea, 16:00, BT Sport 1
Newcastle Utd vs Man City, 18:30, BBC One
Watford vs Southampton, 16:30, Sky One/Sky Sports PL/Main Event
Bristol City vs Sheffield Wednesday, 12:00, Sky Sports Football/Main Event
Nottingham Forest vs Huddersfield Town, 14:15, Sky Sports Football
Espanyol vs Real Madrid, 21:00, LaLigaTV
AC Milan vs Roma, 16:15, Premier Sports 1
Napoli vs SPAL, 18:30, Premier Sports 1
Monday 29th June
Crystal Palace vs Burnley, 20:00, Amazon Prime Video
League Two Play Off Final
Northampton Town vs Exeter City, 19:30, Sky Sports Football
Tuesday 30th June
Brighton & Hove Albion v Man Utd, 20:15, Sky One, Sky Sports PL/Main Event
Millwall vs Swansea City, Sky Sports Football/Main Event, 17:00
Leganes vs Sevilla, LaLigaTV, 18:30
Barcelona vs Atletico Madrid, LaLigaTV, 21:00
Genoa v Juventus, 20:45, Premier Sports 2
Wednesday 1st July
Arsenal v Norwich City, 18:00, BT Sport 1
Bournemouth vs Newcastle, 18:00, Sky One, Sky Sports PL
Everton vs Leicester City, 18:00, Sky Sports Action/Main Event
West Ham vs Chelsea, 20:15, Sky Sports PL/Main Event
Preston North End v Derby County, 17:00, Sky Sports Football
Thursday 2nd July
Sheffield United v Tottenham Hotspur, 18:00, Sky Sports PL/Main Event
Man City vs Liverpool, 20:15, Sky Sports PL/Main Event
Hull City vs Middlesbrough, 17:00, Sky Sports Football
Real Madrid vs Getafe, 21:00, LaLigaTV
Atalanta vs Napoli, 18:30, Premier Sports 1
Roma vs Udinese, 20:45, Premier Sports 1
Friday 3rd July
League One Play-Off Semi-Finals, 1st Legs
Portsmouth v Oxford United, 17:30, Sky Sports Football/Main Event
Fleetwood Town v Wycombe Wanderers, 19:30, Sky Sports Football
Charlton vs Millwall, 20:15, Sky Sports Main Event
Atletico Madrid vs Real Mallorca, 21:00, LaLigaTV
Live TV games correct as of 08/06/2020, but schedules may be subject to change.