Premier League 2019-20
It’s been a little more than a month since Manchester City beat Liverpool to win the 2018-19 Premier League.
And, this week excitement will build for the 2019-20 Premier League season with the release of the new fixture list.
Below is everything you need to know about the upcoming release of the fixture list, the start date for the new Premier League season, and details on how to live stream the EPL next season.
When does the Premier League 2019-20 fixture list come out?
Premier League fans will be glued to screens at 9 a.m. UK time on Thursday, June 13, for the release of the new fixture list.
In total, the dates for all 380 Premier League matches in the season will be revealed.
Can the fixture list be changed?
Yes, and it will alter in due course.
Subject to discussions between the Premier League and the TV broadcasters, matchday dates and kick-off times will be changed.
When does the 2019-20 Premier League start?
The Premier League have confirmed that the 2019-20 season begins on Saturday, August 10.
Interestingly, last season the league kicked off with a Friday night fixture between Manchester United and Leicester.
Live streaming the 2019-20 Premier League
UK football fans will need to subscribe to three different services if they plan to have access to every single broadcasted Premier League match in 2019-20.
Those services are Sky Sports, BT Sport and Amazon Prime.
Live streaming: Sky Sports
Sky Sports will continue to show matches.
In total, 128 matches will be shown on Sky Sports next season. That’s the most of any broadcaster.
The games break down as follows:
- 32 matches at 5.30pm on a Saturday
- 8 matches at 7.45pm on a Saturday
- 32 matches at 2pm on a Sunday
- 32 matches at 4.30pm on a Sunday
- 24 matches at 8pm on a Monday between 7.30pm and 8pm on a Friday
Live streaming: BT Sport
Premier League matches will also be on BT Sport.
BT Sport will show a total of 52 matches next season. That breaks down as follows:
- 32 matches at 12.30pm on a Saturday
- 15 matches from two midweek fixture programmes
- 5 matches from the split weekend created by the mid-season winter break
Live streaming: Amazon Prime
Then there’s a new broadcaster of Premier League matches – Amazon Prime.
Amazon Prime won the rights to broadcast 20 matches in total.
However, unlike their competitors, Amazon Prime will offer users the opportunity to watch all ten matches during Boxing Day and 10 over a midweek schedule.
Alternative live streaming sources for the Premier League 2019-20
If you’re in North America, or you have access to a VPN, you can watch live Premier League 2019-20 action online.
FuboTV is the online live streaming service which broadcasts massive amounts of Premier League football.
FuboTV require no extra cables or boxes, and they offer all new users a free seven day trial.
Aside from the Premier League, FuboTV also shows all matches from tthe Champions League, Europa League, Bundesliga, Ligue 1, La Liga and much more.