Want to watch the Premier League without shelling out for yet another streaming subscription? Well, for three days of the year at least, you can as the Premier League returns on 5 December at no extra cost to Prime members.
Following the Premier League can feel like a constant struggle, and we’re not talking about the end result. Once, all games could be viewed on, dare we say it, a single subscription. Now, a number of services vie for the 12-24 month contracts of the average football fan.
It comes as a sliver of good news then, that Prime members can get access to 20 Premier League games throughout the season. How? Here’s how.
Which fixtures will be shown on Prime?
Premier League games are available for Prime members in the UK, the Channel Islands and the Isle of Man. Nine games take place on 5 December, and one on 6 December. Another 1 will air on Boxing Day 2023.
- Aston Villa v Manchester City
- Brighton & Hove Albion v Brentford
- Everton v Newcastle United
- Fulham v Nottingham Forest
- Luton Town v Arsenal
- Sheffield United v Liverpool
- Tottenham Hotspur v West Ham United
- Wolves v Burnley
- Crystal Palace v AFC Bournemouth
- Manchester United v Chelsea
- AFC Bournemouth v Fulham
- Arsenal v West Ham United
- Brentford v Wolves
- Brighton & Hove Albion v Tottenham Hotspur
- Burnley v Liverpool
- Chelsea v Crystal Palace
- Everton v Manchester City
- Manchester United v Aston Villa
- Newcastle United v Nottingham Forest
- Sheffield United v Luton Town
How can I watch?
The Prime Video app will host all matches under its ‘live and upcoming events’ option.
Alternatively, a link can be found by navigating from the Amazon homepage to Prime Video, where ‘live and upcoming events’ will be available. Searching for ‘Premier League’ on the Prime Video app or Amazon homepage will also do the job.
How much does it cost?
Nothing, sort of. Current Prime account holders can watch those 20 fixtures at no extra cost. For non-Prime customers, a monthly membership costs £8.99, or £85 for the year, which includes access to free next-day deliveries and exclusive Amazon shows.
For those who’ve never shelled out for premium Amazon or have an email address that hasn’t been linked to an Amazon account, then all games are available to watch as part of a handy 30-day free trial.
What can I watch it on?
Whether planning to watch at home or ignore daily responsibilities on the move, Premier League matches on Prime are essentially available on every single device imaginable. Sorry, Xbox 360 or pre-2014 Roku enthusiasts.
Sport is supported on Amazon Fire TV, Fire tablet and on over 650 connected devices via the Prime Video app. Sport is also compatible with set top boxes and media players, such as Google Chromecast and BT TV, Sky Q, NOW TV and Apple TV, smart TVs and phones running iOS and Android.