We've had a little break from the 2023/24 Premier League campaign for the international break, however, normal service has now resumed.


Manchester City have assumed position at the top of the table with five wins from five and Erling Haaland back up to speed without so much as a hint of rust.

Four teams haven't lost a match, while another four are without a victory to their name, including the three promoted sides.

The Premier League TV schedule has been announced up to the start of October and every team is set to strut their stuff in front of the cameras at least once in that period.

It's all change across the key broadcasters for the Premier League in the UK, with BT Sport to be rebranded and relaunched as TNT Sports with a new lead anchor to be installed, while Sky Sports have replaced veteran star Martin Tyler with Peter Drury at the helm of their commentary team.

Fans will be excited to check out the new-look Premier League campaign, and we'll bring you all the latest news and updates as the 2023/24 campaign comes drifting into view.

RadioTimes.com brings you the complete Premier League TV schedule, including every game you can watch live in the UK.

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Premier League TV schedule 2023/24

All UK time. Subject to change.

Saturday 23rd September

Brentford v Everton (5:30pm) Sky Sports Premier League / Main Event

Burnley v Man Utd (8pm) TNT Sports

Sunday 24th September

Arsenal v Tottenham (2pm) Sky Sports Premier League / Main Event

Sheffield United v Newcastle (4:30pm) Sky Sports Premier League / Main Event

Saturday 30th September

Aston Villa v Brighton (12:30pm) TNT Sports

Tottenham v Liverpool (5:30pm) Sky Sports Premier League / Main Event

Sunday 1st October

Nottingham Forest v Brentford (2pm) Sky Sports Premier League / Main Event

Monday 2nd October

Fulham v Chelsea (8pm) Sky Sports Premier League / Main Event

Premier League TV rights 2023/24

Sky Sports Premier League and Football channels cost just £18 per month combined, or you can pick up the complete sports package from just £25 per month.

NOW is essentially Sky Sports without a contract. You can buy day membership (£11.98) or month membership (£33.99).

TNT Sports has taken over from BT Sport as a primary broadcaster of Premier League football in the UK. You can sign up from £29.99 per month with a monthly pass.

Amazon Prime Video boasts two rounds of games near Christmas. Take advantage of a 30-day free trial, which includes free next-day delivery across the Amazon store.

If you're looking for something else to watch, check out our TV Guide or Streaming Guide, or visit our Sport hub for all the latest news.


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