Sky Sports is to simulcast Soccer Saturday across six channels and digital outlets tomorrow (August 13th).
As well as being broadcast on Sky Sports News HQ and Sky Sports 1, viewers can follow the start of the new Premier League season on Sky 1, Pick TV, skysports.com and on Facebook and YouTube.
Jeff Stelling, presenter of Soccer Saturday, commented: "Last season showed us anything can happen in the Premier League and the opening day is always full of surprises, so we’re delighted to open up our coverage of Soccer Saturday to even more people across our channels and online."
The former Countdown host said a "terrific set" of matches are scheduled for the opening day of the season, including Leicester City opening the defence of their title against newly-promoted Hull.
"Soccer Saturday will be the perfect way to follow every twist and turn," he stated.
Stelling will be joined by experts and reporters including Chris Kamara, Phil Thompson and Charlie Nicholas.
Sky Sports has promised that this season will be its "biggest ever season of football", with more than 700 matches from eight different leagues set to be broadcast live across its various channels and digital platforms.
Up to ten matches are to be shown live on Friday nights for the first time, hosted by Stelling and Rachel Riley.