Following one of the shortest preseasons in years, the 20/21 season is already off to a start with the return of the Premier League. With 380 individual matches taking place in England’s topflight alone, we are here to let you know where and how you can catch all the action in one of the world’s most exciting football competitions.
The Premier League on Sky Sports
After a mere 7-week hiatus, the premier league is now back in full force, promising even more twists, turns, drama and excitement than ever before. Whoever you support, this season definitely will not be one to miss.
This year, Sky Sports boast a massive 146 games on their schedule. Included in this line-up are some huge fixtures:
The North London derby between current FA Cup holders Arsenal and Tottenham Hotspur takes place on Sky on the 5th December. Sky Sports are also showing both Manchester derbies between Manchester United and Manchester City on the 12th December and the 6th March respectively. Manchester United also face fierce rivals Liverpool live on Sky Sports on the 16th January, as well as renewing their rivalry with Leeds on 19th December. You can also catch the clash between Chelsea and Liverpool on the 20th September as well Chelsea versus Arsenal on Boxing Day both live on Sky Sports.
With all these, as well as many other enticing fixtures to choose from, it is a better time than ever to sign up for Sky Sports to ensure you don’t miss a minute of all the action.
Current Sky Sports Offers
Sky Sports’ current upgrade packages range from £18 per month upwards. With the £18 per month deal, you get access to all 146 live Premier League games, as well as the EFL, Scottish Premiership and Carabao cup games. This cheaper package also comes with the added bonus of no contract.
For an extra £5 per month, you can gain access to all the above, as week as access to all other Sky Sports Channels. This means you can watch every Formula 1 race, Golf Majors, T20 & IPL Cricket, NFL and more. This deal is a must for any sports fanatic!
Finally, Sky Sports are currently offering a deal alongside BT Sport for £40 a month, granting you access to everything from the previous deal, as well as an additional 58 live Premier League games, UEFA Champions League, Europa League and Women’s Super League on BT Sport.
The Premier League on BT Sport
As we mentioned earlier, BT Sport are also hosting a number of live Premier League games over the 20/21 season, 58 to be exact. Although the full list of fixtures that BT will be showing is not yet available, they have confirmed that Everton vs Brighton will be shown at 15:00pm on the 3rd October exclusively on BT Sport.
In addition to this, BT Sport will also exclusively be showing all the upcoming European action from the UEFA Champions League and Europa League, as well as the Women’s Super League. These competitions are some of the biggest and best in the world of football and an added bonus for anyone also wanting to watch the Premier League via BT Sport.
Current BT Sport Offers
Like Sky Sports, BT Sport currently offer various packages that grant you access to their exclusive Premier League games. Their App-only Monthly Pass is £25 a month and comes with no contract. This pass is only accessible via the BT Sport app on mobile, tablet, consoles, and TV apps, but gives you instant access to all 4 BT Sport channels.
The BT TV Sport package provides the above benefits, as well as including a TV box and BT’s Flexible TV. This package is currently on offer for free for the first 3 months, and £15 a month following that time with a £29.99 payment upfront.
Finally, the BT TV Big Sport package comes with all the features of the previous offering, but includes all Sky Sports channels from NOW TV Sky Sports Pass and instant access to Sky Sports channels via the NOW TV App. This package is currently half price for the first 6 months (£20p/m), increasing to £40 after this period.