Premier League fixtures 2020/2021 on TV – Schedule, all channels, kick-off times, PPV games on box office.Premier League fixtures have been confirmed for 2020/21 and we’ve got all the details including how to watch every match live on TV in the UK. It’s never a quiet week in the Premier League, even when there are no matches to soak up due to the international break.
In the last week, the Premier League Big Six have threatened to tear apart the current UK football structure with Project Big Picture – though proposals have been shot down for now – while significant developments have been made with regard to games to be shown on pay per view channels.
There will be Premier League games on Sky Sports Box Office and Premier League games on BT Sport Box Office for one-off £14.95 fees per game, with all funds going directly to teams who are currently operating without matchday income.
The announcements feel like a death knell for free-to-air Premier League games but there’s still plenty of drama to enjoy regardless of how much money you’re willing to part with in exchange for top flight fireworks.
Back on the pitch, things haven’t been any calmer. A ferocious last outing for many sides saw Aston Villa humiliate champions Liverpool in a 7-2 riot, just hours after Tottenham tore Manchester United apart in a 6-1 thrashing in their own back garden.
Players will have stewed over the break, desperate for a chance to strike back, but will they be able to pick themselves up?
The wacky results from recent weeks mean you’ll almost certainly be looking to our Fantasy Premier League tips ahead of GW5, and we’ll bring you all the updates you needs going into the weekend of games.
Teams are rocking fresh looks with a host of new Premier League kits in 2020/21 but will hope their performances will capture the most attention – for the right reasons.
The initial 2020/21 Premier League fixture list has been pencilled in and we’ve got the full schedule below including all the TV details you could possibly need to watch all the action. Scroll down for the full Premier League fixtures list.What Premier League games are on today?
We’ve got 10 fixtures coming up this week in the Premier League (though none today) and they’re all live on TV.
For the full list of games coming up, scroll to our fixture list further down the page. For now, here’s every Premier League game live on TV this week in UK time:
Saturday 17th October
Everton v Liverpool (12:30pm) BT Sport 1
Chelsea v Southampton (3pm) BT Sport Box Office
Man City v Arsenal (5:30pm) Sky Sports Premier League / Main Event / NOW TV
Newcastle v Man Utd (8pm) Sky Sports Box Office
Sunday 18th October
Sheffield United v Fulham (12pm) BT Sport Box Office
Crystal Palace v Brighton (2pm) Sky Sports Premier League / Main Event / NOW TV
Tottenham v West Ham (4:30pm) Sky Sports Premier League / Main Event / NOW TV
Leicester v Aston Villa (7:15pm) Sky Sports Box Office
Monday 19th October
West Brom v Burnley (5:30pm) Sky Sports Box Office
Leeds v Wolves (8pm) Sky Sports Premier League / Main Event / NOW TV
How to watch the Premier League on TV
We’ve rounded up the full list of broadcasters confirmed to be showing Premier League fixtures during 2020/21. We will add to this list if games are shared out further.
Sky Sports remains the home of Premier League football with 140 games to be shown live on their platforms across the span of the season, plus an additional six games in September.
You can add the Sky Sports Premier League and Sky Sports Football channels for just £18 per month combined or pick up the complete sports package for just £23 per month.
Watch Premier League fixtures on Sky Sports
NOW TV is essentially Sky Sports without the commitment to a lengthy contract, offering the exact same number of games. They offer every Sky Sports channel via one-off fees – either as a day pass (£9.99) or month pass (£33.99).
The service can be streamed through a computer or apps found on most smart TVs, phones and games consoles. NOW TV is also available via BT Sport.
Watch Premier League fixtures on NOW TV
BT Sport boast 58 live games in 2020/21 – plus an additional three in September – and will typically show their games in the weekly Saturday lunchtime slot, while they will also show a full week of matches at some point during the campaign.
You can sign up for a BT Sport subscription or pick up a contract-free BT Sport monthly pass for £25.
Watch Premier League fixtures on BT Sport
Amazon Prime Video will broadcast two rounds of fixtures in December – including the Boxing Day games – plus one additional game in September.
You can take advantage of their 30-day free trial which includes free next-day delivery on thousands of items across the Amazon store.
Watch Premier League fixtures on Amazon Prime Video
In addition to standard channels, we’ve rounded up all the information on how to watch Sky Sports Box Office and how to watch BT Sport Box Office games.
How many Premier League games are free to air?
Bad news. During the official nationwide lockdown, football fans were treated to a wide range of games on free-to-air TV, but that trend is over, for now at least.
PPV football is making a return with fans being asked to pay a one-off fee per game to be screened live on Sky Sports Box Office or BT Sport Box Office, that’s on top of subscriptions being paid for by existing customers.
On the Pick TV front, Sky Sports made several games available on their free-to-air channel, a firm fan favourite during lockdown, but so far there appear to be no plans to make games free to air in 2020/21.
Keep checking out this page for the latest updates, and we’ll do everything we can to help you watch every moment of Premier League football on free-to-air TV, if available.
Premier League 2020/21 fixtures
All UK time.
Friday 23rd October
Aston Villa v Leeds (3pm) BT Sport Box Office
Saturday 24th October
West Ham v Man City (12:30pm) BT Sport 1
Fulham v Crystal Palace (3pm) BT Sport Box Office
Man Utd v Chelsea (5:30pm) Sky Sports Premier League / Main Event / NOW TV
Liverpool v Sheffield United (8pm) Sky Sports Box Office
Saturday 25th October
Southampton v Everton (2pm) Sky Sports Premier League / Main Event / NOW TV
Wolves v Newcastle (4:30pm) Sky Sports Premier League / Main Event / NOW TV
Arsenal v Leicester (7:15pm) Sky Sports Box Office
Monday 26th October
Brighton v West Brom (5:30pm) Sky Sports Box Office
Burnley v Tottenham (8pm) Sky Sports Premier League / Main Event / NOW TV
Friday 30th October
Wolves v Crystal Palace (3pm) BT Sport Box Office
Saturday 31st October
Sheffield United v Man City (12:30pm) BT Sport 1
Burnley v Chelsea (3pm) BT Sport Box Office
Liverpool v West Ham (5:30pm) Sky Sports Premier League / Main Event / NOW TV
Sunday 1st November
Aston Villa v Southampton (12pm) Sky Sports Box Office
Newcastle v Everton (2pm) Sky Sports Premier League / Main Event / NOW TV
Man Utd v Arsenal (4:30pm) Sky Sports Premier League / Main Event / NOW TV
Tottenham v Brighton (7:15pm) Sky Sports Box Office
Monday 2nd November
Fulham v West Brom (5:30pm) Sky Sports Box Office
Leeds v Leicester (8pm) Sky Sports Premier League / Main Event / NOW TV
Saturday 7th November
Arsenal v Aston Villa (3pm)
Brighton v Burnley (3pm)
Chelsea v Sheffield United (3pm)
Crystal Palace v Leeds (3pm)
Everton v Man Utd (3pm)
Leicester v Wolves (3pm)
Man City v Liverpool (3pm)
Southampton v Newcastle (3pm)
West Brom v Tottenham (3pm)
West Ham v Fulham (3pm)
Saturday 21st November
Aston Villa v Brighton (3pm)
Burnley v Crystal Palace (3pm)
Fulham v Everton (3pm)
Leeds v Arsenal (3pm)
Liverpool v Leicester (3pm)
Man Utd v West Brom (3pm)
Newcastle v Chelsea (3pm)
Sheffield United v West Ham (3pm)
Tottenham v Man City (3pm)
Wolves v Southampton (3pm)
Saturday 28th November
Arsenal v Wolves (3pm)
Brighton v Liverpool (3pm)
Chelsea v Tottenham (3pm)
Crystal Palace v Newcastle (3pm)
Everton v Leeds (3pm)
Leicester v Fulham (3pm)
Man City v Burnley (3pm)
Southampton v Man Utd (3pm)
West Brom v Sheffield United (3pm)
West Ham v Aston Villa (3pm)
Saturday 5th December
Aston Villa v Newcastle
Brighton v Southampton
Burnley v Everton
Chelsea v Leeds
Liverpool v Wolves
Man City v Fulham
Sheffield United v Leicester
Tottenham v Arsenal
West Brom v Crystal Palace
West Ham v Man Utd