The Premier League returns to Amazon Prime Video for a Boxing Day extravaganza with 10 matches coming over just three days. And every moment will be broadcast live for all to enjoy.

The online streaming giant has become the home of Premier League matches at Christmas following two years proving it has what it takes to bring games to the nation on its platform.

The great news for football fans is that those without Amazon Prime Video can sign up for a free trial and watch all of the action live without paying a penny.

Amazon Prime Video will guide us gently through the weird and wonderful spell between Christmas and New Year, when nobody knows which day to put the bins out and sipping Baileys for breakfast doesn't feel unreasonable.

Tottenham take on Brentford in the first match back after the World Cup break while Aston Villa and Liverpool meet for the late kick-off.

League leaders Arsenal face West Ham in a special 8pm evening kick-off this Boxing Day, while Chelsea, Manchester United and Manchester City are all in action across the two days following Boxing Day. rounds up all the games confirmed to be shown on Amazon Prime Video in 2022/23.

What Premier League games are on Amazon Prime Video?

All UK time.

Monday 26th December

Brentford v Tottenham (12:30pm) Amazon Prime Video

Crystal Palace v Fulham (3pm) Amazon Prime Video

Everton v Wolves (3pm) Amazon Prime Video

Leicester v Newcastle (3pm) Amazon Prime Video

Southampton v Brighton (3pm) Amazon Prime Video

Aston Villa v Liverpool (5:30pm) Amazon Prime Video

Arsenal v West Ham (8pm) Amazon Prime Video

Tuesday 27th December

Chelsea v Bournemouth (5:30pm) Amazon Prime Video

Manchester United v Nottingham Forest (8pm) Amazon Prime Video

Wednesday 28th December

Leeds v Manchester City (8pm) Amazon Prime Video

How can I watch Premier League games on Amazon Prime?

Amazon's Premier League coverage is available to stream on the Amazon Prime Video website and app, all you need is an account.

Once you're in, you can navigate to its Premier League home page and tune in for all the pre-match build-up as well as the full range of matches live and uninterrupted.

Check out the full list of kick-off times above and a technical guide to watching via the Amazon Prime Video app below on a host of devices.

Watch Premier League with Amazon Prime Video free trial

Good news! New customers can sign up for a free Amazon Prime 30-day free trial which means you can watch all of the Premier League games shown on the platform.

With the trial you can also catch hit shows such as All or Nothing: Arsenal and Rooney with full access to its extensive library of TV and films, plus free next day delivery on thousands of items from the regular Amazon shop.

Subscriptions usually cost £8.99 a month and come with all of the great perks listed above.

How to watch Amazon Prime on TV

First, you'll need an Amazon Prime account. If you don't already have an existing account, you can sign up for an Amazon Prime free trial.

The Premier League home page is where you'll need to go if you're tuning in on a desktop computer or laptop.

If you're using a laptop, you can connect it to your TV via a HDMI cable or by casting it, if you have the correct media player (listed below).

You can also tune in via the Amazon Prime Video app on a range of iOS and Android devices including phones and tablets. We've listed most of the key devices below.

  • Smart TV: Check out the full list of manufacturers here.
  • Games consoles: PS3, PS4, PS5, Xbox 360, Xbox One and Xbox Series S/X
  • Smartphones: Android and iOS device users can download the Amazon Prime Video app from their app stores
  • Amazon devices: Amazon Fire TV stick, Echo Spot, Echo Show, Fire Tablet, Fire Phone
  • Other media players: Google Chromecast and Apple TV.
  • TV boxes: Virgin Media Tivo, TalkTalk, BT and more.

If you’re looking for something else to watch, check out our TV Guide or visit our Sport hub.

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