The Premier League is back – and so is Amazon Prime Video’s football coverage. After airing two full rounds in December 2019, the streaming giant will once again broadcast several top-flight matches. And they won’t be charging a penny for it.
Yes, really: for remaining 2019/2020 season, Amazon are making their Premier League coverage completely free – regardless of whether you have a subscription.
This means you can view three Premier League fixtures for no cost (the service also aired another free game, Crystal Palace v Burnley, at the end of June).
But there’s more good news. They’ll also be streaming the matches on Amazon-owned live-streaming platform Twitch, enabling viewers to comment on fixtures in real-time and interact with fellow fans.
The remaining fixtures will be split between the BBC, Sky Sports and BT Sport, with a selection of free-to-air Premier League games also available through BBC Sport and Sky.
All 92 remaining matches will be staggered so fans can watch every single game, check out Amazon’s list of matches below.
What Premier League games are on Amazon Prime?
The next game live on Amazon is Watford v Newcastle with both sides currently failing to impress in the table. They go head to head on Saturday 11th July at 12:30pm.
And the final game on Amazon will be Sheffield United v Everton, which kicks off on Monday 20th July at 6pm.
How can I watch Premier League games on Amazon Prime?
Amazon’s Premier League coverage will be available to stream for free on the Amazon Prime website and app, without having to pay for a subscription.
If you do decide to sign up, Amazon offers a 30-day free trial which means you can watch hit shows such as The Boys and El Presidente as well as the Premier League matches.
Afterwards, a subscription costs £7.99 a month and offers free next day delivery on thousands of items as well as the Amazon Prime Video library.
Premier League results on Amazon TV
Monday 29th June
Crystal Palace 0-1 Burnley
Thursday 9th July
Everton 1-1 Southampton
Check out the full list of Premier League fixtures on TV and visit our TV guide to find out what’s on.