Date and Times of Every Premier League Match as Football Prepares to Return

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LEEDS, ENGLAND - AUGUST 27: A Sky Sports microphone is left on an advertising board inside Elland Road, home of Leeds United during the Carabao Cup Second Round match between Leeds United and Stoke City at Elland Road on August 27, 2019 in Leeds, England. (Photo by Alex Dodd - CameraSport via Getty Images,)

Premier League football is edging nearer to its return and the details as to when matches will be have begun to appear.

Date and Times of Every Premier League Match as Football Prepares to Return

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Football has been suspended since March due to the coronavirus pandemic which has taken thousands of lives across the world.

Fixtures will be shown mostly across BT Sport and Sky Sports – the BBC will also broadcast top-flight football live for the first time since the Premier League’s inception in 1992.

Each of the remaining 92 fixtures will be broadcast for supporters to watch with crowds unlikely to return to stadiums for a long time yet.

Sky Sports will make 25 of the remaining top-flight matches free to air, including the Merseyside Derby on the first weekend of the 19-21 June.

Amazon Prime will also show a handful of fixtures.

A report by The Athletic, claims the first three rounds of fixtures to fill the following schedule.

Fixtures, Kick-Off Times and Channels

June 17

Wed June 17: Aston Villa vs Sheffield United (6pm – Sky Sports)
Wed June 17: Manchester City vs Arsenal (8.15pm – Sky Sports)

June 19

Fri June 19: Norwich vs Southampton (6pm – Sky Sports)
Fri June 19: Tottenham vs Manchester United (8pm – Sky Sports)

June 20

Sat June 20: Watford vs Leicester (12.30pm – BT Sport)
Sat June 20: Brighton vs Arsenal (3pm – BT Sport)
Sat June 20: West Ham vs Wolves (5.30pm – Sky Sports)
Sat June 20: Bournemouth vs Crystal Palace (7.45pm – BBC)

June 21

Sun June 21: Newcastle vs Sheffield United (2pm – Sky Sports)
Sun June 21: Aston Villa vs Chelsea (4.30pm – Sky Sports)
Sun June 21: Everton vs Liverpool (7pm – Sky Sports)

June 22

Mon June 22: Manchester City vs Burnley (8pm – Sky Sports)

June 23 

Tue June 23: Southampton vs Arsenal (6pm – Sky Sports)
Tue June 23: Tottenham vs West Ham (8.15pm – Sky Sports)

June 24

Wed June 24: Manchester United vs Sheffield United (6pm – Sky Sports)
Wed June 24: Newcastle vs Aston Villa (6pm – BT Sport)
Wed June 24: Norwich vs Everton (6pm – BBC)
Wed June 24: Liverpool vs Crystal Palace (8.15pm – Sky Sports)

June 25

Thu June 25: Burnley vs Watford (6pm – Sky Sports)
Thu June 25: Leicester vs Brighton (6pm – Sky Sports)
Thu June 25: Chelsea vs Manchester City (8.15pm – Sky Sports)
Thu June 25: Wolves vs Bournemouth (8.15pm – BT Sport)

June 28

Sun June 28: Aston Villa vs Wolves (12pm – BT Sport)
Sun June 28: Watford vs Southampton (4.30pm – Sky Sports)

June 29

Mon June 29: Crystal Palace vs Burnley (8pm – Amazon)

June 30

Tue June 30: Brighton vs Manchester United (6pm – Sky Sports)
Tue June 30: Sheffield United vs Tottenham (8.15pm – Sky Sports)

July 1

Wed July 1: Bournemouth vs Newcastle (6pm – Sky Sports)
Wed July 1: Everton vs Leicester (6pm – Sky Sports)
Wed July 1: West Ham vs Chelsea (8.15pm – Sky Sports)

July 2

Thu July 2: Arsenal vs Norwich (6pm – BT Sport)
Thu July 2: Manchester City vs Liverpool (8.15pm – Sky Sports)

FA Cup
Sheffield United vs Arsenal (BT Sport), Norwich vs Manchester United (BBC), Leicester vs Chelsea (BT Sport), Newcastle vs Manchester City (BBC)

Selection announced on March 9. New TV slot, date and time to be announced

Clubs Reject Half Time Interviews and Dressing Room Cameras

Earlier today The Telegraph reported clubs have opted to oppose half-time interviews when football returns.

Clubs have ruled out moves for any innovative changes – although fans could soon hear an audio feed from the captains’ pre-match coin toss; a fixed camera will also capture teams taking to the field.

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