The 2020/21 season will see more live Premier League games on Sky Sports than ever before. We’re ready, are you?
At least 146 Premier League games will be shown live on Sky Sports in the 2020/21 season, with an additional six matches added for September.
And Sky Sports will kick off its 2020/21 Premier League coverage with six live games across the opening weekend.
Jurgen Klopp’s Liverpool side take on Marcelo Bielsa’s newcomers Leeds at Anfield before West Ham host Newcastle in front of the Sky Sports cameras on the opening day.
The first weekend will also see Leicester travel to West Brom and Tottenham host Everton in a Super Sunday double-header, before Sheffield United face Wolves and Brighton welcome Chelsea for the first Monday Night Football of the campaign.
The first selection of live Premier League fixtures on Sky Sports in September also includes Manchester United’s opener against Crystal Palace on September 19 and Liverpool’s trip to Chelsea the following day.
Sky Sports live games will be hosted by David Jones and Kelly Cates, with expert punditry from a team including Gary Neville, Jamie Carragher, Jamie Redknapp, Graeme Souness, Micah Richards, Roy Keane and Patrice Evra.
We’ve teamed up with BT Sport to serve up all the Sky Sports channels plus BT Sport 1, 2, 3 and ESPN together this season.
For just £40 per month, you’ll be able to watch 207 Premier League fixtures plus EFL, Carabao Cup and Scottish Premiership games on Sky, and Champions League, Europa League and Women’s Super League on BT Sport.
It couldn’t be simpler: we’ll have free-to-watch match highlights of every Premier League games on the Sky Sports website, Sky Sports App and Sky Sports YouTube channel shortly after full-time of every fixture.
In addition, Sky subscribers will also be able to enjoy in-game clips from Sky Sports matches in our Digital match blogs.
Already back on our screens following its return last Saturday for the first round of the Carabao Cup, Soccer Saturday will be returning in earnest for the Premier League kick-off this weekend.
With the show fronted by lead anchor Jeff Stelling, Paul Merson will be joined by regulars such as Chris Kamara, Matt Murray, Alan McInally, Clinton Morrison, Glen Johnson and Sue Smith, and we will also be joined with some new faces such as Tim Sherwood, Robbie Fowler, Tony Pulis and Joleon Lescott.
For our midweek Soccer Specials, which will be hosted through the season by Julian Warren and Jeff Stelling, look out for plenty of new guests including Glenn Murray, Adebayo Akinfenwa, Kevin Phillips, Lee Hendrie and many more.
And don’t forget, our Soccer Special and Soccer Saturday shows will be the only place to watch all the Championship, Carabao Cup and selected League One and League Two goals as they go in on matchdays.
We can also show live action from games – and for all those fans watching their club side on a streaming service or live, we are the perfect second screen through your Saturday afternoons.
Monday Night Football will return on September 14 for a double-header of Sheffield United vs Wolves and Brighton vs Chelsea with both Gary Neville and Jamie Carragher back in the studio with Dave Jones.
For our first MNF of the new season, look out for a review opening weekend’s action plus an in-depth look at Chelsea’s summer spending and analysis on whether they can challenge for the Premier League title.
Download the Sky Sports Pitch to Post Podcast season preview on: Spotify | Apple | Castbox | Spreaker
The Premier League is back – and so are Sky Sports’ pre and post-round podcasts to bring you the news and views about everything you need to know.
Sky Sports’ football features editor Peter Smith will see you into the weekend with the Friday Pitch Podcast giving you a full preview of each upcoming round of fixtures, with Sky Sports News’ Jasper Taylor and Sky Digital’s senior football writer Gerard Brand looking back on the weekend’s action every Monday or Tuesday.
They will be joined by a host of assorted guests from Sky Sports News and Sky Sports across the season to provide expert analysis and insight into every Premier League club as 2020/21 unfolds, so subscribe now via your favourite podcast app to make sure you’re in the loop in time for the season restart this weekend.
Fanzone is a second screen experience and free contest that challenges fans to test their trivia and predictive talents. While tuning into Super Sunday live on Sky Sports, viewers will be able to earn points by predicting match outcomes and correctly answering trivia questions. You’ll earn points for correct picks and score well enough and you will fly up the fan leaderboard!
Whether you’re a Sky Sports subscriber or not, everyone will be able to use Sky Sports Fanzone on your phone.
Another year, another £50,000 jackpot on the line. Sky Sports Fantasy Football makes its return for the 2020/21 season.
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