Watch Premier League Live Here: 2020-21 Matches
After a period of extended uncertainty, football season has now commenced for the Premier League as well as for major European football leagues like La Liga, Serie A and Bundesliga. Fans cannot view Premier League live and in person, due to Coronavirus transmission concerns, but they can still watch Premier League on TV via live coverage.
The COVID19 pandemic led to a delay in the end of the 2019-2020 Premier League season with final matches delayed until July. Before the commencement of the 2020-2021 season a Coronavirus testing regimen was developed, which will see players and staff tested twice per week.
Premier League on TV
The latest Premier League season started on Saturday the 12th of September and all matches will be shown on TV. The matches are decidedly different post-COVID, with matches not being held in front of live crowds. Premier league on TV may feel more or less the same to the viewer at home however, with crowd noise being added to the games to enhance the viewing experience.
Now that seeing Premier League live and in person is no longer an option, watching Premier League on TV is even more crucial to fans. Read on as we explore all of the different ways to watch Premier League on TV below.
How to watch Premier League on TV
There will be 22 free-to-air Premier League games this season, however the dates of these have not yet been released.
You can watch Premier League, La Liga and Serie A on OriginTV via the Premier Sports 1, Premier Sports 2 and LaLigaTV channels.
Origin’s TV package starts at £12.99 per month and must be bundled with Origin's broadband and home phone services. This price point comes in a lot lower than most add-on bundles or TV packages from Origin’s competitors.
OriginTV comes with a Netgem set top box and will air over 200 different sports matches this season via it’s Premier Sports channels. Not only will sports fans be able to watch Premier League on TV (in real time) but they will also be able to catch La Liga and Serie A matches too.
You can also watch Premier League on Sky Sports if you’re signed up to one of their TV packages. The best value way to do this is to purchase the Now TV Sky Sports pass which will set you back £33.99 and includes 11 channels with extensive sports access. The provider is set to air 128 Premier League matches this season.
BT Sport can be obtained either directly through BT as part of one of its many TV bundles- or added to Sky and Virgin packages if they're your provider. Alternatively, BT now offers a streaming-only BT Sport option via their £25 BT Sport Monthly Pass.
Amazon Prime Video is often not associated with sporting content, however they will be airing 22 Premier League games this season. Amazon Prime membership will set you back £7.99 per month, however those seeking more extensive Premier League coverage are best to opt for one of the other providers above.