The Premier League TV selections have finally been revealed on Friday evening with the 2020/21 season just two weeks away from starting.
The top flight fixtures selected for live TV broadcast in the United Kingdom in September 2020 have been confirmed, with Arsenal‘s trip to Fulham kicking off the 2020/21 season at 12:30 BST on Saturday 12 September.
The League’s UK live radio partners, BBC Radio 5 Live and talkSPORT, will continue to present the action across each weekend, including the 15:00 slot on Saturday afternoons.
Saturday 12 September
12:30 Fulham v Arsenal (on BT Sport)
17:30 Liverpool v Leeds United (on Sky Sports)
Sunday 13 September
14:00 West Brom v Leicester City (on Sky Sports)
16:30 Tottenham v Everton (on Sky Sports)
Monday 14 September – 20:00 Brighton v Chelsea (on Sky Sports)
Saturday 19 September
12:30 Everton v West Brom (on BT Sport)
17:30 Man Utd v Crystal Palace (on Sky Sports)
Sunday 20 September
12:00 Southampton v Tottenham (on BT Sport)
14:00 Arsenal v West Ham (on Sky Sports)
14:00 Aston Villa v Sheffield United*
14:00 Newcastle United v Brighton*
*Due to EFL Cup participation on Thursday 17 Sep
16:30 Chelsea v Liverpool (on Sky Sports)
Monday 21 September – 20:00 Wolves v Man City (on Sky Sports)
Saturday 26 September
12:30 Brighton v Man Utd (on BT Sport)
17:30 West Brom v Chelsea (on Sky Sports)
Sunday 27 September
12:00 Sheffield United v Leeds United (on BT Sport)
14:00 Fulham v Aston Villa (on Sky Sports)
16:30 Man City v Leicester City (on Sky Sports)
Monday 28 September – 20:00 Liverpool v Arsenal (on Sky Sports)
UEFA Europa League clubs
Please note the following matches will move from their original dates because of clubs in UEFA Europa League participation.
Should Tottenham Hotspur reach the group stage of the UEFA Europa League, their fixtures on the original dates below will also change. Confirmation of these kick-off dates and times will be issued when the broadcast selections for that month are announced.
|Fixture||Original date||New date|
|Arsenal v Leicester City||24 Oct||TBC|
|Leeds Utd v Leicester City||31 Oct||TBC|
|Man Utd v Arsenal||31 Oct||TBC|
|Arsenal v Aston Villa||7 Nov||TBC|
|Leicester City v Wolves||7 Nov||TBC|
|Arsenal v Wolves||28 Nov||TBC|
|Leicester City v Fulham||28 Nov||TBC|
|Sheff Utd v Leicester City||5 Dec||TBC|
|Spurs v Arsenal||5 Dec||TBC|
|Arsenal v Burnley||12 Dec||13 Dec|
|Leicester City v Brighton||12 Dec||13 Dec|
|Arsenal v Southampton||15 Dec||TBC|
|Aston Villa v Burnley||15 Dec||TBC|
|Fulham v Brighton||15 Dec||TBC|
|Leicester City v Everton||15 Dec||TBC|
Fans reacted to the Premier League TV selections as they were revealed…
Not good enough, show every game ?
— The Anfield Talk (@TheAnfieldTalk) August 28, 2020
Lift this stupid outdated restriction on 3pm kickoffs The UK must be one of the only places where you can have 3 subscriptions paying north of £50 just for sports and still be unable to watch every game or the game of your choice Unfortunately most clubs have more fans than seats
— Adam Ballam (@AdamBallam) August 28, 2020
Thousands of loyal supporters unable to go and watch their each weekend through no fault of their own, yet the @premierleague stick to their archaic ruling of not showing every game. Live abroad and you’re sorted, love in the UK and you’re shafted. Simply not good enough.
— Dave G (@ElmDag) August 28, 2020
Why aren’t you making every game available in the UK when stadiums aren’t full?
— CFCDaily (@CFCDaily) August 28, 2020
Only 1 Leeds fixture on Sky?!?!! #skysportsleeds
— Martin Cichocki (@martincichocki) August 28, 2020
Ahhh Everton v West Brom a fixture looked forward to throughout the land…
— Jamie Nelson (@jimbojones424) August 28, 2020
Sky bumming off Liverpool again shock
— M. (@_EmilS9) August 28, 2020
Rivals crying ??
— ً (@lfcjamie11) August 28, 2020
Sky forgotten teams like Sheffield United and Newcastle exist?
— TheLondoner (@TheLondoner9) August 28, 2020
Sky sports leeds in full effect
— Benn (@Bennbfc) August 28, 2020