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Premier League live streams and fixtures on TV in the UK

The English Premier League is the most-watched sports league on the planet. Boasting a potential TV audience of 4.7 billion people, the Premier League is broadcast in 200+ territories to more than 600 million homes.

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If you want to learn how to watch the Premier League in the UK, you have come to the right place. Our complete guide to live streams and TV coverage for the Premier League in 2023-24 covers all the bases. 

Which Channels Have Premier League TV Rights in the UK? 

Under the current rights agreement, 200 Premier League matches are broadcast on UK television each season. Although a Premier League season consists of 380 matches, fans have access to just over 50% of the total games. 

Three broadcasters hold the Premier League TV rights in the UK – Sky Sports, TNT Sports and Amazon Prime Video. Sky Sports broadcasts the majority of matches, showing 128 per season. TNT Sports airs 52 games per season, while Amazon Prime Video shows 20. 

It is worth noting that the 2025-28 Premier League TV rights are set to go up for auction later this year, giving more providers and streaming services the chance to bid. Until then, however, fans in the UK can watch the Premier League on Sky Sports, TNT Sports and Amazon Prime Video. 


Best TV Packages to Watch the Premier League in the UK 

It’s time to take a closer look at each Premier League broadcaster and what they have to offer. Each provider has different benefits and unique perks, meaning fans should shop around to find the best deal for their wants and needs. 

TNT Sports
Monthly Subscription Price: £29.99 
Number of Premier League Games: 52 

TNT Sports, formerly known as BT Sport, is owned and operated by Warner Bros. Discovery (WBD). The global media and entertainment company rebranded BT Sport prior to the start of the 2023-24 Premier League season, thrusting TNT Sports into the UK spotlight. 

Like Sky Sports, TNT Sports offers multiple subscription packages. However, the cheapest option is £29.99 per month. This gives you access to all TNT Sports channels and discovery+, meaning you can watch Premier League games on the go via the discovery+ app or web player. 

Although TNT Sports provides fewer matches than Sky Sports, fans can enjoy Saturday lunchtime kick-offs throughout the season. On top of that, TNT Sports is the home of all UEFA competitions in the UK, including the UEFA Champions League and UEFA Europa League.

Sky Sports 
Monthly Subscription Price: £34.99+ 
Number of Premier League Games: 128

Let’s move on to Sky Sports – the dominant force in Premier League broadcasting. Sky is owned by media behemoth Comcast, and is recognised by many as one of the most popular sports providers on the planet. 

There are many different Sky Sports packages to choose from, with viewers able to access Premier League matches via Sky Q, Sky Glass, Sky Stream and NOW. At £34.99 per month, a NOW membership is the cheapest way to access all 128 of Sky’s Premier League games in the UK. 

Each match is shown simultaneously on Sky Sports Main Event, Sky Sports Premier League and Sky Sports Ultra HD, giving fans various options for every game. 

Amazon Prime Video 
Monthly Subscription Price: £8.99 
Number of Premier League Games: 20 

Amazon Prime Video has the cheapest subscription for Premier League matches in the UK, coming in at just £8.99 per month. That said, Amazon holds the rights to the fewest number of games, showing only 20 per season. 

For the 2023-24 season, Amazon Prime Video will broadcast a host of midweek clashes on Tuesday, December 5 and Wednesday, December 6. Fans will also be able to enjoy every Premier League game on Boxing Day (December 26) via Amazon Prime Video. 

Although Amazon shows just 10% of the 180 Premier League matches broadcast in the UK each season, fans who want to enjoy the busy festive period must have an Amazon Prime Video subscription to watch these games.

Best Deals, Free Trials and Special Offers to Watch the Premier League in the UK

While Sky Sports, TNT Sports and Amazon Prime Video hold the Premier League TV rights in the UK, there are plenty of special offers and trials for fans to take advantage of.

For example, NOW’s Sports Membership is a no-contract, cancel-anytime offer costing £34.99 per month. This gives you access to all 11 Sky Sports channels without the potential complications of a Sky subscription. 

Virgin Media also offers unique sports packages and dedicated bundles to suit your needs. Virgin Media customers can add individual sports channels or purchase Sky Sports and TNT Sports packages at both monthly and annual rates.

Best Premier League Live Streaming Options in the UK 

Not only are there lots of ways to watch the Premier League on TV in the UK, but there are also loads of live streaming options. From dedicated apps to exclusive online passes, there is no shortage of live streaming opportunities. 

The Sky Go app enables Sky Sports customers to live stream Premier League matches on their favourite portable devices. Available on Android, iOS, Windows and other compatible devices, Sky Go allows fans to enjoy the action on their mobile, tablet or laptop.

Meanwhile, TNT Sports’ streaming home in the UK is discovery+. All you need to do is grab a TNT Sports subscription, download the discovery+ app, and enjoy Premier League games on your chosen mobile device.

Can You Watch the Premier League Using a VPN? 

If subscribing to Sky Sports, TNT Sports or Amazon Prime Video just isn’t for you, the good news is that you can stream Premier League matches with a VPN. 

There are plenty of trusted and reputable VPN operators out there, including NordVPN and ExpressVPN. That said, we recommend carrying out your own research before you enter the world of VPNs.

Once you have one, you can sign up for a package with an international broadcaster and sign in to follow their coverage via live streaming using your chosen VPN.

Best Platforms to Watch Premier League Highlights in the UK 

Match of the Day is undoubtedly the most popular Premier League highlights programme in the UK. The Saturday night BBC show, which has been on the air since 1964, provides highlights of every Premier League match, while Match of the Day 2 wraps up the weekend’s action on Sunday. 

Fans can also enjoy Premier League highlights via the Sky Sports Premier League and TNT Sports YouTube channels, while both broadcasters share highlights on various social media platforms such as Facebook and Instagram. 

It is also worth remembering that Premier League clubs post match highlights and other content on their own YouTube channels, enabling you to keep up to date with all the latest developments from your favourite teams.

FAQ: About 2023-24 Premier League Live Streams 

Q. How to watch Premier League in UK for free? 
A. The Premier League is not available for free in the UK. To watch Premier League matches, you need to purchase a subscription to Sky Sports, TNT Sports or Amazon Prime Video. 

Q. Is Premier League on YouTube? 
A. YouTube does not stream live Premier League games. However, you can catch up with Premier League highlights on YouTube channels such as Sky Sports Premier League. 

Q. Where can I stream live Premier League matches? 
A. Fans in the UK can stream live Premier League matches via three broadcasters – Sky Sports, TNT Sports and Amazon Prime Video – both on TV and online. 

Q. Which app shows Premier League live? 
A. Sky Sports customers can use the Sky Go app to stream live Premier League games, while TNT Sports customers can use discovery+ to stream the Premier League live.

Q. Is Premier League on Prime Video free? 
A. Amazon Prime Video does not offer free Premier League matches. Instead, fans must purchase a subscription for £8.99 per month to watch the Premier League via Prime Video. However, you may be entitled to an Amazon Prime free trial, which you could use during the month of December to gain free access to the festive period of premier League games.

Q. What is the best way to watch the Premier League? 
A. The best way to watch the Premier League is via a legitimate broadcaster. Sky Sports, TNT Sports and Amazon Prime Video hold the TV rights in the UK. 


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