Premier League TV schedule: how and when fans can watch every top-flight game on BT TV

Everything you need to know about how to watch every remaining Premier League fixture on BT TV.

Published: 18 June 2020 - 2.39pm

The wait is over.

The 2019/20 Premier League season resumed on Wednesday 17 June, following a three-month hiatus due to the coronavirus pandemic.

With every remaining game to be broadcast live, football fans are enjoying a bumper summer of televised top-flight action with plenty still left to be decided at both ends of the table.

BT TV customers are in the privileged position of being able to watch every single second of the drama as it unfolds - and here's how.

Will BT Sport be showing live matches?

Yes.

Should all proceed safely, we will broadcast 20 Premier League games exclusively live to our BT Sport customers.

Which games are BT Sport showing?

We will be showing the following seven games from matchdays 30, 31 and 32:

Will I be able to watch every other game on BT TV?

Yes. 

Every match will take place behind closed doors and will be broadcast live between BT Sport, Sky Sports, BBC Sport and Amazon Prime.

With Freeview, NOW TV and Amazon Prime all available on your BT TV box, subscribers will be able to watch every minute of every game until the end of the season.

If you're not already a BT TV customer, click here to take a look at our range of packages.

When will fixtures be played?

Kick off times are as follows:

Weekend

Friday - 8pm
Saturday - 12.30pm, 3pm, 5.30pm, 8pm
Sunday - 12pm, 2pm, 4.30pm, 7pm
Monday - 8pm

Midweek

Tuesday - 6pm, 8pm
Wednesday 
- 6pm, 8pm
Thursday
 - 6pm, 8pm

When and where can I watch each match?

 

Wednesday 24 June

Man Utd v Sheffield Utd (6pm) – NOW TV on BT TV
Newcastle v Aston Villa (6pm) – Coverage from 5.45pm on BT Sport 1 HD & Ultimate
Wolves v Bournemouth (6pm) – Coverage from 5.45pm on BT Sport 2 HD
Norwich v Everton (6pm) – BBC
Liverpool v Crystal Palace (8.15pm)  – NOW TV on BT TV

Thursday 25 June
Burnley v Watford (6pm) – NOW TV on BT TV
Southampton v Arsenal (6pm) – NOW TV on BT TV

Chelsea v Man City (8.15) – Coverage from 7.30pm on BT Sport 1 HD & Ultimate

Saturday 27 June
Aston Villa v Wolves (12.30pm) – Coverage from midday on BT Sport 1 HD & Ultimate

Sunday 28 June
Watford v Southampton (4.30pm) – NOW TV on BT TV

Monday 29 June
Crystal Palace v Burnley (8pm) – Amazon Prime

Tuesday 30 June
Brighton v Man Utd (6pm) – NOW TV on BT TV

Wednesday 1 July
Arsenal v Norwich (6pm) – Coverage from 5.30pm on BT Sport 1 HD & Ultimate
Bournemouth v Newcastle (6pm) – NOW TV on BT TV
Everton v Leicester (6pm) – NOW TV on BT TV
West Ham v Chelsea (8.15pm) – NOW TV on BT TV

Thursday 2 July
Sheffield Utd v Tottenham (6pm) – NOW TV on BT TV
Man City v Liverpool (8.15pm) – NOW TV on BT TV

Saturday 4 July
Norwich v Brighton (12.30pm) - Coverage from 12pm on BT Sport 1 HD & Ultimate
Leicester v Crystal Palace (3pm) - NOW TV on BT TV
Man Utd v Bournemouth (3pm) - Coverage from 2.30pm on BT Sport 1 HD & Ultimate
Wolves v Arsenal (5.30pm) - NOW TV on BT TV
Chelsea v Watford (8pm) - NOW TV on BT TV

Sunday 5 July
Burnley v Sheffield United (12pm) - NOW TV on BT TV
Newcastle v West Ham (2pm) -  NOW TV on BT TV
Liverpool v Aston Villa (4.30pm) - NOW TV on BT TV
Southampton v Man City (7pm) - BBC

Monday 6 July
Tottenham v Everton (8pm) - NOW TV on BT TV

Tuesday 7 July
Crystal Palace v Chelsea (6pm) - NOW TV on BT TV
Watford v Norwich (6pm) - NOW TV on BT TV
Arsenal v Leicester (8.15pm) - NOW TV on BT TV

Wednesday 8 July
Man City v Newcastle (6pm) - Coverage from 5.30pm on BT Sport 1 HD & Ultimate
Sheffield United v Wolves (6pm) - NOW TV on BT TV
West Ham v Burnley - Coverage from 5.45pm on BT Sport 2 HD
Brighton v Liverpool (8.15pm) - NOW TV on BT TV

Thursday 9 July
Bournemouth v Tottenham (6pm) - NOW TV on BT TV
Everton v Southampton (6pm) - Amazon Prime
Aston Villa v Man Utd (8.15pm) - NOW TV on BT TV

Saturday 11 July
Norwich v West Ham (12.30pm) - Coverage from 12pm on BT Sport 1 HD & Ultimate
Watford v Newcastle (12.30pm) - Amazon Prime
Liverpool v Burnley (3pm) - Coverage from 2.45pm on BT Sport 1HD & Ultimate
Sheffield United v Chelsea (5.30pm) - NOW TV on BT TV
Brighton v Man City (8pm) - NOW TV on BT TV

Saturday 12 July
Wolves v Everton (12pm) - NOW TV on BT TV
Aston Villa v Crystal Palace (2pm) - NOW TV on BT TV
Tottenham v Arsenal (4.30pm) - NOW TV on BT TV
Bournemouth v Leicester (7pm) - NOW TV on BT TV

Monday 13 July
Man Utd v Southampton (8pm) - NOW TV on BT TV
 

As well as all matches being available on BT TV, those exclusive to BT Sport will be broadcast on the app for mobile and tablet, as well as on Xbox, PlayStation, Samsung TV and Apple TV and BTSport.com all via the revolutionary enhanced video player.

And for even more flexibility, you can check out BT Sport’s Monthly Pass options as Premier League football returns to our screens.

BT Sport is also the home of both the Champions League and Europa League and shows exclusive action from the FA CupBundesliga and much, much more.