Watch Premier League Here: Where to Find Every 2021/22 Match

Premier League match on TV at home

Football is back! Just 33 days after England’s penalty shootout heartbreak in the Euro 2020 final, the Premier League kicks off again this weekend. Full stadiums will also be returning, with fans finally allowed to attend after 17 months of Covid-19 restrictions. Make sure you don’t miss a moment of the action with our guide on where to watch the Premier League in 2021/22.


When Does the Premier League Start?

This season’s Premier League campaign is set to kick off on Friday 13 August at 8 pm as newly-promoted Brentford host fellow London side Arsenal in the Bees’ first-ever Premier League game. The match-up at the Brentford Community Stadium will be the first time the two teams have met in the league since 1947.

Saturday 14 August sees most teams in action, with seven fixtures taking place. Last year’s runners up Manchester United take on Marcelo Bielsa’s Leeds United at 12.30 pm in what should be a fiercely contested game, while last season’s Champions League winners Chelsea go up against Crystal Palace and their new manager Patrick Viera.

Meanwhile, champions Manchester City and their recent British record transfer signing Jack Grealish visit Tottenham Hotspur on Sunday to round off the opening weekend of Premier League fixtures, with all eyes on Spurs captain and City transfer target Harry Kane.

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Premier League 2021/22 opening weekend fixtures

Friday 13 August

Brentford vs. Arsenal, 8 pm

Saturday 14 August

Burnley vs. Brighton & Hove Albion, 3 pm

Chelsea vs. Crystal Palace, 3 pm

Everton vs. Southampton, 3 pm

Leicester City vs. Wolverhampton Wanderers, 3 pm

Manchester United vs. Leeds United, 12.30 pm 

Norwich City vs. Liverpool, 5.30 pm

Watford vs. Aston Villa, 3 pm

Sunday 15 August

Newcastle United vs. West Ham United, 2 pm

Tottenham Hotspur vs. Manchester City, 4.30 pm

Premier League 2021/22: Who to Watch?

Jack Grealish: Manchester City have smashed the British transfer record by splashing out £100 million on the former Aston Villa captain. The champions, who finished 12 points clear last season look like they will once again be the team to chase.

Harry Kane: The Tottenham and England captain has expressed his unhappiness at Spurs, reportedly refusing to return to training following Euro 2020. Manchester City will be hoping that there is a deal to be done as they aim to win the league for the fourth time in five years.

Jadon Sancho: The 21-year-old England winger is set to make his Premier League debut with Manchester United after flourishing in the German Bundesliga with Borussia Dortmund and some impressive performances at the Euros.

Romelu Lukaku: Belgium’s all-time top goalscorer has returned to Stamford Bridge on a £97.5 million transfer, seven years after departing the Blues for Everton. Lukaku scored 24 goals in Italy’s Serie A last season, as Inter Milan won their first title in 11 years. His latest move makes him the most expensive player ever in combined transfer fees, with clubs spending almost £285 million on the striker throughout his career so far.  

Who will win the Premier League 2021/22?

Manchester City have already made a big statement with their signing of Grealish reuniting the attacking midfielder with fellow England teammates Raheem Sterling, Phil Foden, Kyle Walker and John Stones. Bookies are making the Citizens clear 4/6 favourites to retain their Premier League crown in 2021/22.

Chelsea and Liverpool are joint second favourites for the title at 5/1. Jurgen Klopp’s men will be looking to claim their second ever Premier League, following a disappointing and inconsistent campaign last time out. With towering defender Virgil Van Dijk back from long term injury, the Reds will be expected to put up a stronger fight this season.

Chelsea have come a long way from the final days of Frank Lampard’s reign, culminating in last season’s Champions League final win in Porto. With their strong finish to last season and their recent addition of Romelu Lukaku, the Blues are hoping Thomas Tuchel can lead them to a first Premier League title since 2016.

Team odds to win the Premier League 2021/22

  • Manchester City - 4/6
  • Chelsea - 5/1
  • Liverpool - 5/1
  • Manchester United - 8/1
  • Leicester City - 40/1
  • Arsenal - 50/1
  • Tottenham Hotspur - 50/1
  • Everton - 100/1
  • Leeds United - 125/1
  • Aston Villa - 150/1
  • West Ham United - 150/1
  • Southampton - 300/1
  • Brighton & Hove Albion - 250/1
  • Wolverhampton Wanderers - 250/1
  • Newcastle United - 500/1
  • Burnley - 750/1
  • Crystal Palace - 750/1
  • Brentford - 1000/1
  • Norwich - 1000/1
  • Watford - 1000/1

Watch the Premier League Live on TV

While all of last season’s Premier League matches were broadcast live on TV, that will not be the case for 2021/22. With lockdown restrictions easing and fans now able to attend games in person, traditional 3 pm kickoffs are back, though we’ll still get to enjoy 200 live games from the comfort of our living rooms.

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Which channels are showing the Premier League on TV in 2021/22?

Sky Sports is still the main home of live Premier League matches, showing 128 of the 200 televised fixtures. BT Sport will be broadcasting 52 games live, while Amazon Prime Video subscribers can catch the remaining 20.

There will be no free to air games on the BBC this season, though fans can still catch highlights of all the action on its Match of the Day programmes on Saturday and Sunday evenings.

Scroll down to the bottom of this page for a list of all the confirmed Premier League TV fixtures so far.

How many games are there in the Premier League this season? With 20 teams playing each other twice between August and May, there will a total of 380 matches in the Premier League this season. More than half of these will be televised throughout 2021/22, with 200 games confirmed for live TV broadcast so far.

How to watch the Premier League 2021/22 on TV

One of the easiest ways to watch the new Premier League season on TV is to combine your home broadband with a TV package or bundle that has extensive sports coverage included. If you are planning on watching your games through streaming, it’s important to ensure that you have sufficient bandwidth for buffer-free viewing. 

Let’s take a look at some of your options for watching the Premier League 2021/22 season live on TV.

Sky Sports 

While Sky Sports has the lion’s share of live Premier League games, it has lost rights to the Champions League in recent times. Despite this, its flagship Sports TV and Broadband package still costs an eyewatering £62 per month

One way to get better value on Sky Sports is through purchasing the NOW TV Sky Sports membership at £25 a month. This includes 11 channels with extensive sports coverage. You can access NOW TV through a broadband connection either the NOW set-top box or a streaming stick such as the Chromecast or Amazon Fire.

Watch Premier League on Sky Sports
Sky TV, Sports & Superfast Broadband £62.00 a month
Big Sport + Fibre2 + Landline £72.99 a month
POP Telecom TV & Broadband + NOW TV Sky Sports Membership £40.99 a month

Set up fees not included. Offer prices may change over time.

Our top pick:

POP Telecom TV and Broadband (£15.99) + NOW TV Sky Sports Membership (£25)
 

While you may miss out on the full range of entertainment channels Sky has to offer, the main advantage of NOW TV Sky Sports is that you don't need to already have a base Sky package in place to add your sports subscription onto. This means you are free to view live Premier League games with any decent broadband connection

With EFL matches and Scottish Premiership games included, you’ll never need to miss a top British footy fixture again.

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BT Sport 

BT Sport can be obtained directly through BT as part of one of its many TV bundles. However, a cheaper way to get access is through the BT Sport app. Its contract-free £25 Monthly Pass offers four main channels - BT Sport 1, BT Sport 2 and BT Sport 3. 

The pass allows you to live stream all the broadcaster’s football coverage from the comfort of your living room, including the Premier League, UEFA Champions League, Europa League, Europa Conference, National League, Bundesliga, French Ligue 1, FA WSL and the A-League

Watch Premier League on BT Sport
BT Sport + Fibre2 + Landline £49.99 a month
Sky Superfast TV Deal + BT Sports Add On £69.00 a month
Origin TV & Broadband + BT Sport Monthly Pass £40.99 a month

Set up fees not included. Offer prices may change over time.

Our top pick:

Origin TV and Broadband (£15.99) + BT Sport App Monthly Pass (£25)

In addition to live Premier League coverage from BT Sports, Premier Sports and La Liga TV are also included with Origin’s basic TV package. This means you’ll get all the above plus the big games from Spain’s La Liga, the Dutch Eredivisie and the Scottish League Cup.

Amazon Prime

Amazon Prime Video is a relative newcomer to the sports broadcasting game. However, the subscription service will be airing 20 Premier League games this season. 

While Amazon Prime membership will usually set you back £7.99 per month, we found that POP Telecom includes a year free subscription as part of its TV and Broadband package. At just £15.99 a month, this is by far the cheapest deal we found to watch the Premier League live in 2021/22. 

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Premier League TV schedule 2021/22

Here are all the Premier League 2021/22 fixtures confirmed for TV broadcast so far. Note that dates, times and broadcast details can be subject to change to accommodate domestic and European cup competitions. 

Friday 13 August 2021

Brentford vs. Arsenal, 8 pm on Sky Sports Main Event / Sky Sports Premier League / Sky One / Sky Sports Ultra HD

Saturday 14 August 2021

Manchester United vs. Leeds United, 12:30 pm on BT Sport 1 / BT Sport Ultimate

Norwich City vs. Liverpool, 5.30 pm on Sky Sports Main Event / Sky Sports Premier League / Sky Sports Ultra HD

Sunday 15 August 2021

Newcastle United vs. West Ham United, 2 pm on Sky Sports Main Event / Sky Sports Premier League / Sky Sports Ultra HD

Tottenham Hotspur vs. Manchester City, 4.30 pm on Sky Sports Main Event / Sky Sports Premier League / Sky Sports Ultra HD

Saturday 21 August 2021

Liverpool vs. Burnley, 12:30 on BT Sport 1 / BT Sport Ultimate

Brighton & Hove Albion vs. Watford, 5.30 pm on Sky Sports Main Event / Sky Sports Premier League / Sky Sports Ultra HD

Sunday 22 August 2021

Southampton vs. Manchester United, 2 pm on Sky Sports Main Event / Sky Sports Premier League / Sky Sports Ultra HD

Arsenal vs. Chelsea, 4.30 pm on Sky Sports Main Event / Sky Sports Premier League / Sky Sports Ultra HD

Monday 23 August 2021

West Ham United vs. Leicester City, 8 pm on Sky Sports Main Event / Sky Sports Premier League / Sky Sports Ultra HD

Saturday 28 August 2021

Manchester City vs. Arsenal, 12.30 pm on BT Sport 1 / BT Sport Ultimate

Liverpool vs. Chelsea, 5.30 pm on Sky Sports Main Event / Sky Sports Premier League / Sky Sports Ultra HD

Sunday 29 August 2021

Burnley vs. Leeds United, 2 pm on Sky Sports Main Event / Sky Sports Premier League / Sky Sports Ultra HD

Wolverhampton Wanderers vs. Manchester United, 4.30 pm on Sky Sports Main Event / Sky Sports Premier League / Sky Sports Ultra HD

Saturday 11 September 2021

Crystal Palace vs. Tottenham Hotspur, 12.30 pm on BT Sport 1 / BT Sport Ultimate

Chelsea vs. Aston Villa, 5.30 pm on Sky Sports Main Event / Sky Sports Premier League / Sky Sports Ultra HD

Sunday 12 September 2021

Leeds United vs. Liverpool, 4.30 pm on Sky Sports Main Event / Sky Sports Premier League / Sky Sports Ultra HD

Monday 13 September 2021

Everton vs. Burnley, 8 pm on Sky Sports Main Event / Sky Sports Premier League / Sky Sports Ultra HD

Friday 17 September 2021

Newcastle United vs. Leeds United, 8 pm on Sky Sports Main Event / Sky Sports Premier League / Sky Sports Ultra HD

Saturday 18 September 2021

Wolverhampton Wanderers vs. Brentford, 12.30 pm on BT Sport 1 / BT Sport Ultimate

Aston Villa vs. Everton, 5.30 pm on Sky Sports Main Event / Sky Sports Premier League / Sky Sports Ultra HD

Sunday 19 September 2021

West Ham United vs. Manchester United, 2 pm on Sky Sports Main Event / Sky Sports Premier League / Sky Sports Ultra HD

Tottenham Hotspur vs. Chelsea, 4.30 pm on Sky Sports Main Event / Sky Sports Premier League / Sky Sports Ultra HD

Saturday 25 September 2021

Chelsea vs. Manchester City, 12.30 pm on BT Sport 1 / BT Sport Ultimate

Brentford vs. Liverpool, 5.30 pm on Sky Sports Main Event / Sky Sports Premier League / Sky Sports Ultra HD

Sunday 26 September 2021

Southampton vs. Wolverhampton Wanderers, 2 pm on Sky Sports Main Event / Sky Sports Premier League / Sky Sports Ultra HD

Arsenal vs. Tottenham Hotspur, 4.30 pm on Sky Sports Main Event / Sky Sports Premier League / Sky Sports Ultra HD

Monday 27 September 2021

Crystal Palace vs. Brighton & Hove Albion, 8 pm on Sky Sports Main Event / Sky Sports Premier League / Sky Sports Ultra HD

Saturday 2 October 2021

Manchester United vs. Everton, 12.30 pm on BT Sport 1 / BT Sport Ultimate

Brighton & Hove Albion vs. Arsenal, 5.30 pm on Sky Sports Main Event / Sky Sports Premier League / Sky Sports Ultra HD

Sunday 3 October 2021

Crystal Palace vs. Leicester City, 2 pm on Sky Sports Main Event / Sky Sports Premier League / Sky Sports Ultra HD

Liverpool vs. Manchester City, 4.30 pm on Sky Sports Main Event / Sky Sports Premier League / Sky Sports Ultra HD

Saturday 16 October 2021

Watford vs. Liverpool, 12.30 pm on BT Sport 1 / BT Sport Ultimate

Brentford vs. Chelsea, 5.30 pm on Sky Sports Main Event / Sky Sports Premier League / Sky Sports Ultra HD

Sunday 17 October 2021

Everton vs. West Ham United, 2 pm on Sky Sports Main Event / Sky Sports Premier League / Sky Sports Ultra HD

Newcastle United vs. Tottenham Hotspur, 4.30 pm on Sky Sports Main Event / Sky Sports Premier League / Sky Sports Ultra HD

Monday 18 October 2021

Arsenal vs. Crystal Palace, 8 pm on Sky Sports Main Event / Sky Sports Premier League / Sky Sports Ultra HD

Friday 22 October 2021

Arsenal vs. Aston Villa, 8 pm on Sky Sports Main Event / Sky Sports Premier League / Sky Sports Ultra HD

Saturday 23 October 2021

Chelsea vs. Norwich City, 12.30 pm on BT Sport 1 / BT Sport Ultimate

Brighton & Hove Albion vs. Man City, 5.30 pm on Sky Sports Main Event / Sky Sports Premier League / Sky Sports Ultra HD

Sunday 24 October 2021

West Ham United vs. Tottenham Hotspur, 2 pm on Sky Sports Main Event / Sky Sports Premier League / Sky Sports Ultra HD

Manchester United vs. Liverpool, 4.30 pm on Sky Sports Main Event / Sky Sports Premier League / Sky Sports Ultra HD

Saturday 30 October 2021

Leicester City vs. Arsenal, 12.30 pm on BT Sport 1 / BT Sport Ultimate

Tottenham Hotspur vs. Manchester United, 5.30 pm on Sky Sports Main Event / Sky Sports Premier League / Sky Sports Ultra HD

Sunday 31 October 2021

Norwich City vs. Leeds United, 2 pm on Sky Sports Main Event / Sky Sports Premier League / Sky Sports Ultra HD

Aston Villa vs. West Ham United, 4.30 pm on Sky Sports Main Event / Sky Sports Premier League / Sky Sports Ultra HD

Monday 1 November 2021

Wolverhampton Wanderers vs. Everton, 8 pm on Sky Sports Main Event / Sky Sports Premier League / Sky Sports Ultra HD

Tuesday 30 November 2021

Aston Villa vs. Manchester City, 7.45 pm on Amazon Prime Video

Everton vs. Liverpool, 7.45 pm on Amazon Prime Video

Leeds United vs. Crystal Palace, 7.45 pm on Amazon Prime Video

Watford vs. Chelsea, 7.45 pm on Amazon Prime Video

West Ham United vs. Brighton & Hove Albion, 7.45 pm on Amazon Prime Video

Wolverhampton Wanderers vs. Burnley, 7.45 pm on Amazon Prime Video

Manchester United vs. Arsenal, 8 pm on Amazon Prime Video

Wednesday 1 December 2021

Newcastle United vs. Norwich City, 7.45 pm on Amazon Prime Video

Southampton vs. Leicester City, 7.45 pm on Amazon Prime Video

Tottenham Hotspur vs. Brentford, 7.45pm on Amazon Prime Video

Tuesday 28 December 2021

Arsenal vs. Wolverhampton Wanderers, 3 pm on Amazon Prime Video

Brentford vs. Manchester City, 3 pm on Amazon Prime Video

Chelsea vs. Brighton & Hove Albion, 3 pm on Amazon Prime Video

Crystal Palace vs. Norwich City, 3 pm on Amazon Prime Video

Everton vs. Newcastle United, 3 pm on Amazon Prime Video

Leeds United vs. Aston Villa, 3 pm on Amazon Prime Video

Leicester City vs. Liverpool, 3 pm on Amazon Prime Video

Manchester United vs. Burnley, 3 pm on Amazon Prime Video

Southampton vs. Tottenham Hotspur, 3 pm on Amazon Prime Video

Watford vs. West Ham United, 3 pm on Amazon Prime Video

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