Premier League TV picks for September - BT Sport to show eight matches in September including raising the curtain on the 2020/21 season with exclusive live coverage of Fulham v Arsenal

BT Sport will show eight Premier League games live and exclusively in September, including the first game of the 2020/21 season from Craven Cottage.

Published: 14 September 2020 - 4.57pm

BT Sport is pleased to announce we will be showing live and exclusive coverage of a double-header on the opening day of the new Premier League season. 

BT Sport are showing the first match of the new season as Fulham welcome Arsenal to Craven Cottage at 12.30pm before broadcasting Crystal Palace's clash with Southampton at 3pm that same afternoon. 

That Saturday double-header are just two of seven games to be broadcast on BT Sport across the opening month as the 2020/21 season gets under way.

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BT Sport's September Premier League Matches

Saturday 12 September - 12.30pm - Fulham v Arsenal

Saturday 12 September - 3pm - Crystal Palace v Southampton

Saturday 19 September - 12.30pm - Everton v West Brom

Saturday 19 September - 3pm - Leeds v Fuham

Sunday 20 September - 12pm - Southampton v Tottenham

Saturday 26 September - 12.30pm - Brighton v Man United

Sunday 27 September - 12pm - Sheffield United v Leeds

Sunday 27 September - 6.30pm - West Ham v Wolves

A week later BT Sport are back with another tantalising one-two punch on Saturday 19 September with the same kick-off slots once more.

First we head to Merseyside to see another promoted outfit in action as West Bromwich Albion take on Carlo Ancelotti's Everton at Goodison Park.

And at 3pm we visit Elland Road for the first Leeds United Premier League home game in 16 years as Marcelo Bielsa's men take on another side in the Championship last term - Fulham.

Our coverage continues less than 24 hours later as Southamptonbuoyed from their impressive end to last season, host a Tottenham side looking to build on an indifferent first campaign under Jose Mourinho.

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Six days later our cameras travel along the south coast to the Amex Stadium on Saturday 26 September where Manchester United will go toe-to-toe with Brighton.

Our penultimate game of the month is a tasty Yorkshire derby as newly-promoted Leeds United continue their return to the big time against last season's surprise package Sheffield United, before West Ham and Wolves lock horns at the London Stadium to bring the curtain down on an action-packed September schedule.

BT Sport will be bringing you a feast of football from the Premier League with up to 61 games exclusively live over the coming months.

Check out the full Premier League 2020/21 schedule here

Fulham v Arsenal

Date

Saturday 12 September

Kick off

12.30pm

Everton v West Brom

Date

Saturday 19 September

Kick off

12.30pm

Southampton v Tottenham

Date

Sunday 20 September

Kick off

12pm

Brighton v Man Utd

Date

Saturday 26 September

Kick off

12.30pm

Sheffield Utd v Leeds

Date

Sunday 27 September

Kick off

12pm

West Ham v Wolves

Date

Sunday 27 September

Kick off

7pm

Fixture

Date

Kick off

Fulham v Arsenal

Saturday 12 September

12.30pm

Everton v West Brom

Saturday 19 September

12.30pm

Southampton v Tottenham

Sunday 20 September

12pm

Brighton v Man Utd

Saturday 26 September

12.30pm

Sheffield Utd v Leeds

Sunday 27 September

12pm

West Ham v Wolves

Sunday 27 September

7pm

When is the first day of the 2020/21 Premier League season?

The Premier League season gets back underway on Saturday 12 September.

Ordinarily, the season begins in early August but last year's lengthy pause during the coronavirus lockdown has meant a later start for the forthcoming campaign.

The Premier League has also accomodated an agreed 30-day break for all clubs involved in the latter stages of the 2019/20 European club competitions, meaning both Man City and Man Utd's opening day fixtures have been postponed. 

A date for the rescheduled games will be announced in due course.

The opening weekend's matches for both Chelsea and Wolves will take place on Monday 14 September.

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