Premier League 19/20 live: How to watch every game

Tom McGowan
Deputy Head of Sport
Three broadcasters will show Premier League games during the coming season. (Credit: Getty Images)

The football season is back, with the Premier League returning this weekend.

To catch all the action across a whole host of competitions, you will need a range of subscriptions from three different broadcasters - Sky Sports, BT Sport and, new for 2019/20, Amazon.

Below we’ve outlined what you’ll need and ways to save some cash while still enjoying the drama.

Sky Sports

Sky boasts 128 Premier League games across the new season, kicking off with Friday’s match between Liverpool and Norwich, as well as exclusive live UK rights to the Football League and Carabao Cup. New customers can get Sky’s live action bundle for £42 per month, while Sky is also offering two of its sports channels for the price of one.

Or, if you don’t want to commit to a subscription, Now TV is offering a Premier League season ticket for £199 - although this won’t include games shown on BT.

BT Sport

BT will show 52 Premier League games between now and May and also has rights to the Champions League and the Europa League. Sky customers can add BT to their package for £25 per month. Non Sky customers can sign up for BT Sport and broadband for £39 a month.


Amazon debuts as a Premier League broadcaster, with access to 20 games across two match days. It will show all the Boxing Day fixtures and will do the same across the December 3rd and 4th match days. Prime members will get these games as part of their subscription, which costs £7.99 per month.

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