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How can I watch Premier League football on Amazon Prime Video?

Watch Premier League football on Amazon Prime Video
Cancel those Boxing Day family plans…

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Whether you’re a fan of the Hammers, Villans, Canaries, Hornets or even Red Devils, you’re in for a treat. Amazon – the big friendly tech giant – has won the rights to broadcast 20 matches per season from 2019 to 2022. And, if you’re sneaky, you can enjoy all of the action for free. Here’s how to watch Premier League football on Amazon Prime Video.

Football on Amazon Prime: Viewing options

If you’re already an Amazon Prime subscriber (£79 per year or £7.99 per month), you’re set – simply get the beers in and enjoy the games on a device of your choice.

However, you haven’t signed up yet, we’d recommend nabbing the 30-day free Amazon Prime Video trial and then cancelling after the final whistles have blown on Boxing Day. Sorry, Mr Bezos.

2019/20 games live on Amazon Prime Video

But forget about sitting down to watch, say, back-to-back Arsenal games. Instead, Amazon has the rights to the first mid-week fixtures in December and all ten Boxing Day ties. Still, that’s not to be sniffed at – especially given that it includes a rather tasty contest between Manchester United and Spurs, as well as the Merseyside Derby…

Tuesday 3rd December

Arsenal vs Brighton, 7.45pm
Burnley vs Manchester City, 7.45pm
Leicester vs Watford, 7.45pm
Sheffield United vs Newcastle, 7.45pm
Wolves vs West Ham, 7.45pm
Manchester United vs Tottenham, 8pm

Wednesday 4th December

Chelsea vs Aston Villa 7.45pm
Southampton vs Norwich, 7.45pm
Liverpool vs Everton, 8pm
Crystal Palace vs Bournemouth, 8pm 

Thursday 26th December (Boxing Day)

All the fixtures are at 3pm (just in time for that second turkey sandwich…)

Bournemouth vs Arsenal
Aston Villa vs Norwich
Chelsea vs Southampton
Crystal Palace vs West Ham
Everton vs Burnley
Leicester vs Liverpool
Manchester United vs Newcastle
Sheffield United vs Watford
Tottenham vs Brighton
Wolves vs Manchester City

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Max has written for numerous websites and magazines over the years. Whether it’s about ancient hardware or software secrets, no Big Tech Question is too obscure for him to tackle.

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