Find out where you can watch the 2023/24 Premier League season on TV, which teams are playing, what time they kick off, and which TV package is the best deal for football fans.
The lion's share of Premier League matches (forgive the pun) will be on Sky Sports, with a few key matches being shown on TNT Sports and Amazon Prime Video.
Here, we'll explain where you can watch Premier League football.
Sky TV has the broadcast rights to the majority of fixtures, with each match being shown on Sky Sports Main Event, Sky Sports Premier League and Sky Sports Ultra HD channels simultaneously.
Sky TV's popular Sky Sports Football package is available for customers wishing to watch Premier League, EFL and Scottish Premiership games but aren’t too fussed about other sports such as cricket or golf.
Priced at around £20 per month at the time of writing, this is a 30-day rolling subscription, giving viewers the flexibility to sign up and cancel each month depending on what they'd like to watch — perfect for watching the new season and unsubscribing when it's done.
Sky Sports subscribers can access a range of channels filled with live sports, including top-flight football matches each week. You will also be able to stream matches via the Sky Go app on a range of devices, including smartphones and tablets.
Alternatively, NOW gives you streaming access to every NOW Sports membership without signing up for a long-term contract. You can get a NOW Sports day membership for £11.99 or a monthly pass which is £34.99 a month.
NOW can be streamed through a computer or on most smart TVs, phones and consoles via the NOW TV app.
A few years ago, Amazon secured the rights to a number of Premier League matches for the next several seasons. It has been exclusively broadcasting the Premier League on its Prime Video streaming service during the Christmas period since 2019 and will continue that tradition in the 2023/24 football season as well.
Amazon also broadcasts every Premier League fixture during its takeover period, so you can choose and flip between every single Premier League match that's on that weekend.
As long as you have an Amazon Prime Video subscription, you'll be able to enjoy the Premier League throughout the Christmas period.
In addition to the one Premier League match a week during the season, TNT Sports (formerly known as BT Sport) is the only place to watch the Champions League, as well as the Europa League.
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