Premier League TV schedule 2021/22: How and when fans can watch every live televised top-flight game on BT TV

Everything you need to know about how to watch every televised Premier League fixture during the 2021/22 season on BT TV.

Published: 5 July 2021 - 4.44pm

The 2021/22 Premier League season is almost upon us and we've got you covered on all bases to watch the drama unfold over another unmissable campaign.

BT TV is the only place you can watch every televised game from the English top flight this season and below we’ve got all the details for the upcoming games.

As well as a minimum of 52 exclusive to BT Sport, you can also access matches on Sky Sports via NOW and Amazon’s Prime Video offering.

Watch every Premier League TV game on BT TV

With our football packages offering BT Sport, the NOW Sky Sports Membership and Prime Video, you won't miss a second of the live action.

Where and when can I watch each match?

Friday 13 August

Brentford v Arsenal - 8pm KO, NOW via BT TV

Saturday 14 August

Man Utd v Leeds - 11.30am (12.30pm KO), BT Sport 1 HD & BT Sport Ultimate

Norwich v Liverpool - 5.30pm, NOW via BT TV

Sunday 15 August

Newcastle v West Ham - 2pm, NOW via BT TV

Tottenham v Man City - 4.30pm, NOW via BT TV

 

Saturday 21 August

Liverpool v Burnley - 11.30am (12.30pm KO), BT Sport 1 HD & BT Sport Ultimate

Brighton v Watford - 5.30pm, NOW via BT TV

Sunday 22 August

Southampton v Man Utd - 2pm, NOW via BT TV

Arsenal v Chelsea - 4.30pm, NOW via BT TV

Monday 23 August

West Ham v Leicester City - 8pm, NOW via BT TV

 

Saturday 29 August

Man City v Arsenal - 11.30am (12.30pm KO), BT Sport 1 HD & BT Sport Ultimate

Liverpool v Chelsea - 5.30pm, NOW via BT TV

Sunday 30 August

Burnley v Leeds - 2pm, NOW via BT TV

Wolves v Man Utd - 4.30pm, NOW via BT TV

 

Saturday 11 September

Crystal Palace v Tottenham - 11.30am (KO 12.30pm), BT Sport 1 HD & BT Sport Ultimate

Chelsea v Aston Villa - 5.30pm, NOW via BT TV

Sunday 12 September 

Leeds v Liverpool - 4.30pm, NOW via BT TV

Monday 13 September

Everton v Burnley - 8pm, NOW via BT TV

 

Friday 17 September

Newcastle v Leeds - 8pm, NOW via BT TV

Saturday 18 September 

Wolves v Brentford - 11.30am (KO 12.30pm), BT Sport 1 HD & BT Sport Ultimate

Aston Villa v Everton - 5.30pm, NOW via BT TV

Sunday 19 September

West Ham v Manchester United - 2pm, NOW via BT TV

Tottenham v Chelsea - 4.30pm, NOW via BT TV

 

Saturday 25 September

Chelsea v Manchester City - 11.30am (KO 12.30pm), BT Sport 1 HD & BT Sport Ultimate

Brentford v Liverpool - 5.30pm, NOW via BT TV

Sunday 26 September

Southampton v Wolves - 2pm, NOW via BT TV

Arsenal v Tottenham - 4.30pm, NOW via BT TV

Monday 27 September 

Crystal Palace v Brighton, 8pm on NOW via BT TV

Full Premier League schedule

How can I watch the Premier League on BT Sport?

There are plenty of ways to enjoy the minimum of 52 games heading your way this season.

Each match will of course be shown on TV and available in High Definition, with selected fixtures also being shown on BT Sport Ultimate – the best way to watch football.

But that’s not all. You can watch live or catch up with the best of the action on the BT Sport app – now available on more devices than ever before.

From PlayStation and Xbox to Samsung TV, Apple TV and many more, you can keep across the best league in the world at your leisure.

You can also download the app on your mobile or tablet device so you can watch on the go, with our enhanced video player putting you in control of how you consume the match.

Here's a full list of every Premier League game coming your way on BT Sport.

What else does BT Sport offer?

We’ve not just got your domestic interests covered this season. We’re the home of European football, too, with every Champions League, Europa League and Europa Conference League game exclusively live on BT Sport.

We'll also be bringing you the best of  Ligue 1, the National League, the A-League and much more – with all the action available on BT TV.

Check out our upcoming live football on BT Sport.