Are you looking forward to the return of football – if so, it all starts tonight (17.06.2020)! And over a third of the remaining 92 games in the English Premier League will be available to watch for free.  The matches will be broadcast live on Sky Sports, BT Sport, BBC Sport or Amazon Prime. Plus the remaining seven FA Cup games will all also be screened on TV, with four including the final shown free on the BBC.  Here’s the line-up of matches for the next two weeks – and where you can see the games!


Wednesday 17 June

6.00 pm Aston Villa vs Sheffield United (Sky Sports)
8.15 pm Manchester City vs Arsenal (Sky Sports)

Friday 19 June
6.00 pm Norwich City vs Southampton (FREE on Sky Sports/Pick)
8.15 pm Spurs vs Man United (Sky Sports)

Saturday 20 June
12.30 pm Watford vs Leicester City (BT Sport)
3.00 pm Brighton vs Arsenal (BT Sport)
5.30 pm West Ham vs Wolves (Sky Sports)
7.45 pm AFC Bournemouth vs Crystal Palace (FREE on the BBC)

Sunday 21 June
2.00 pm Newcastle United vs Sheffield United (FREE on Sky Sports/Pick)
4.15 pm Aston Villa vs Chelsea (Sky Sports)
7.00 pm Everton vs Liverpool (FREE on Sky Sports/Pick)

Monday 22 June
8.00 pm Manchester City vs Burnley (Sky Sports)

Tuesday 23 June
6.00 pm Leicester City vs Brighton (Sky Sports)
8.15 pm Spurs vs West Ham (Sky Sports)

Wednesday 24 June
6.00 pm Manchester United vs Sheffield United (FREE on Sky Sports/Pick)
6.00 pm Newcastle United vs Aston Villa (BT Sport)
6.00 pm Norwich City vs Everton (FREE on the BBC)
6.00 pm Wolves vs AFC Bournemouth (BT Sport)
8.15 pm Liverpool vs Crystal Palace (Sky Sports)

Thursday 25 June
6.00 pm Burnley vs Watford (FREE on Sky Sports/Pick)
6.00 pm Southampton vs Arsenal (Sky Sports)
8.15 pm Chelsea vs Manchester City (BT Sport)

Saturday 27 June
12.30 pm Aston Villa vs Wolves (BT Sport)
5.15 pm Norwich City vs Manchester United FA Cup Quarter Final (Free on the BBC)

Sunday 28 June
1.00 pm Sheffield United vs Arsenal FA Cup Quarter Final (BT Sport)
4.00 pm Leicester City vs Chelsea FA Cup Quarter Final (BT Sport)
4.30 pm Watford vs Southampton (FREE on Sky Sports/Pick)
6.00 pm Newcastle United vs Manchester City FA Cup Quarter Final (Free on the BBC)

Monday 29 June
8.00 pm Crystal Palace vs Burnley (FREE on Amazon Prime Video)

Tuesday 30 June
8.15 pm Brighton vs Manchester United (FREE on Sky Sports/Pick)

Wednesday 1 July
6.00 pm Arsenal vs Norwich City (BT Sport)
6.00 pm AFC Bournemouth vs Newcastle United (FREE on Sky Sports/Pick)
6.00 pm Everton vs Leicester City (Sky Sports)
8.15 pm West Ham vs Chelsea (Sky Sports)

Thursday 2 July
6.00 pm Sheffield United vs Spurs (Sky Sports)
8.15 pm Manchester City vs Liverpool (Sky Sports)


Amazon Prime has four free Premier League games. Although you normally need to pay for Amazon Prime (after a free trial), Amazon has confirmed you won’t need any kind of membership to watch these matches, so they’ll be free-to-air.