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Premier League live streams: How to watch every game this weekend, from anywhere in the world

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Want to find every single Premier League live stream? You're in the right place.

The rights are split between Sky Sports, BT Sport Amazon Prime and the BBC this season, with every single match in December broadcast live in the United Kingdom.

DID YOU KNOW? You can now get BT Sport, Sky Sports and BBC on Now TV – find out how here

Here, FFT explains what the next Premier League games to watch are, and how you can watch every game from anywhere in the world.

What are the next Premier League games on TV?

Saturday, January 16

12.30pm GMT: Wolves v West Brom
Available to watch on BT Sport 1 and BT Sport Ultimate

3pm GMT: West Ham United v Burnley
Available to watch on Amazon Prime

3pm GMT: Leeds United v Brighton & Hove Albion
Available to watch on Sky Sports Main Event, Sky Sports Premier League and Sky Sports Ultra HD

5.30pm GMT: Fulham v Chelsea
Available to watch on Sky Sports Main Event, Sky Sports Premier League and Sky Sports Ultra HD

8pm GMT: Leicester City v Southampton
Available to watch on BT Sport 1

Sunday, January 17

2pm GMT: Sheffield United v Tottenham Hotspur
Available to watch on Sky Sports Premier League, Sky Sports Main Event and Sky Sports Ultra HD

4.30pm GMT: Liverpool v Man Utd
Available to watch on Sky Sports Premier League, Sky Sports Main Event and Sky Sports Ultra HD

7.15pm GMT: Man City v Crystal Palace
Available to watch on Sky Sports Premier League, Sky Sports Main Event and Sky Sports Ultra HD

Monday, January 18

8pm GMT: Arsenal v Newcastle United
Available to watch on Sky Sports Premier League, Sky Sports Main Event and Sky Sports Ultra HD

What Premier League games are free-to-air this weekend?

If you don't already have an Amazon Prime account, you can sign up now and watch West Ham v Burnley for free as part of a 30-day trial.

Use a VPN to watch Premier League football from outside your country

If you’re out of the country for a round of Premier League fixtures, then annoyingly your domestic on-demand services won’t work – the broadcaster knows where you are because of your IP address (boo!). You'll be blocked from watching it, which is not ideal if you’ve paid up for a subscription and still want to catch Steve Bruce’s extra-red face without resorting to illegal feeds you’ve found on Reddit.

But assistance is on hand. To get around that, all you have to do is get a Virtual Private Network (VPN), assuming it complies with your broadcaster’s T&Cs. A VPN creates a private connection between your device and t'internet, meaning the service can’t work out where you are and won't automatically block the service you've paid for. All the info going between is entirely encrypted – and that's a result.

There are plenty of good-value options out there, including:

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How to watch the Premier League live for UK subscribers


Every game for the rest of the season will be televised or live streamed, with the rights split between Sky Sports, BT Sport and Amazon. Free-to-air highlights are available via Match of the Day on the BBC. 

Sky will still show the majority of the games, 64 of them, while BT will cover 20, and Amazon and the BBC showing four each.

Watching a Sky Sports game anywhere you like is easy on your mobile, tablet or PC via Sky Go. You can add every Sky Sports channel for £23 a month, or just the football for £18, or – if you don’t fancy a monthly or yearly buy-in – NowTV offers daily, weekly, monthly and yearly passes from £9.99 a day. They also offer a Sky Sports Mobile Month Pass (£5.99 a month), Sky Sports Week Pass (£14.99) and NOW TV Sky Sports Month Pass (£33.99 a month).

BT Sport is available is free for new BT broadband and TV customers, £6 a month for existing customers and from £25 a month for current Sky TV customers. Subscribers can use the BT Sport app or to watch on their mobile or PC streaming service.

The Amazon matches will be shown free without an Amazon Prime subscription.

How to watch the Premier League live for US subscribers


In the US, NBC Sports and Telemundo will continue to show live Premier League games (in English or Spanish, depending on your preference). If you shell out for the Premier League Pass, you get all 380 matches live to stream on-demand, plus shows highlights, analysis and on-demand replays for $64.99. That’s more than the poor Brits manage, and you get to watch Chelsea superstar Christian Pulisic every week. If that price is a bit rich for your blood, though, the Matchday Pass shows 140 exclusive live games (a minimum of four per club, no replays available) for $39.99.

Whichever you chose, they’re available on iOS, Android phones and tablets, desktop web browsers, Apple TV (Gen 4), Roku, Amazon Fire TV, AndroidTV and Chromecast devices connected via HDMI.

Whatever way you look at it, that’s a great deal. Scroll back up to our VPN advice to catch games when you’re away from the Land of the Free.

How to watch the Premier League live for Canadian subscribers

Canada VPN

Just like their North American neighbours, lucky Canadian football fans can watch every single one of the Premier League’s 380 games in 2020/21 - it's available on DAZNstreaming platform. They’re offering a one-month free trial, followed by a rolling $20-a-month or annual subscription of $150. DAZN supports iOS and Android phones and tablets, Amazon Fire TV, Android TV, Chromecast, Apple TV and a gaggle of Smart TVs.

To keep up-to-date with what’s going on in the football world, scroll back up the page and get yourself VPN.

How to watch the Premier League live for Australian subscribers

Australia VPN

Good news for fans of the round ball game Down Under, Optus have a shiny new three-season deal to show every game of the Premier League season. There are various deals available for existing Optus customers to add football to their package, but you can now get Optus Sport for just $14.99 a month for non-subscribers. It’s available via the Fetch TV box, your Xbox console, or from compatible streaming devices such as phones or tablets supporting iOS and Google Play, plus Amazon Fire TV, Apple TV and Chromecast.

Check out our VPN advice to watch the game when you’re away from Australia.

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