AMAZON PRIME have been given the green light to broadcast a whole host of this season’s Premier League fixtures – and some of them are looking tasty.
The broadcasting giant revealed their scheduled matches before the Qatar World Cup this winter.
Amazon Prime broadcasted Leicester’s shocking victory over Liverpool last seasonCredit: Getty
And Amazon Prime also published what teams will be on display for Boxing Day too.
Find out more information on the fixtures below…
Which Premier League fixtures will be shown on Amazon Prime?
Amazon Prime have confirmed that there will be 20 LIVE fixtures exclusively shown on Prime Video.
Tuesday, October 18
- Brighton vs Nottingham Forest – 7:30pm UK
- Crystal Palace vs Wolves – 8:15pm UK
Wednesday, October 19
- Bournemouth vs Southampton – 7:30pm UK
- Brentford vs Chelsea – 7:30pm UK
- Liverpool vs West Ham – 7:30pm UK
- Newcastle vs Everton – 7:30pm UK
- Manchester United vs Tottenham – 8:15pm UK
Thursday, October 20
- Fulham vs Aston Villa – 7:30pm UK
- Leicester vs Leeds – 8:15pm UK
Monday, December 26
- Arsenal vs West Ham
- Aston Villa vs Liverpool
- Brentford vs Tottenham
- Chelsea vs Bournemouth
- Crystal Palace vs Fulham
- Everton vs Wolves
- Leeds vs Manchester City
- Leicester vs Newcastle
- Manchester United vs Nottingham Forest
- Southampton vs Brighton
All fixtures on Boxing Day will be get underway from 3pm UK time
Can I watch these matches for free on Amazon Prime?
Unfortunately, these matches will NOT be free on Amazon Prime unless you are a subscription holder.
In the UK, a monthly package costs £7.99 whilst £79 will cover you for the year.
However, Amazon Prime offer a 30 day FREE trial when you sign up on their website.
Which will give you access to ALL the Premier League action within that 30 day period.
Why are Amazon Prime showing Premier League matches?
In 2018, Amazon Prime purchased a 20-games-a-season three year package which allows them to broadcast Premier League games.
The first batch was shown in 2019 which ultimately broke Sky Sports and BT Sport’s stranglehold on live Premier League coverage.
And the deal included exclusive rights for Amazon Prime to broadcast matches on Boxing Day and December 27.