Premier League TV schedule 2020/21: How and when fans can watch every televised top-flight game on BT TV

Everything you need to know about how to watch every televised Premier League fixture on BT TV during the 2020/21 season.

Published: 23 September 2020 - 4.21pm

The 2020/21 Premier League season resumed on Saturday 12 September following a short pre-season for the 20 top-flight hopefuls.

With the first raft of televised fixtures now confirmed, BT TV customers are in the privileged position of being able to watch them all - and here's how.

Will BT Sport be showing live matches?

Yes.

Should all proceed safely, we will broadcast more than 58 Premier League games exclusively live to our BT Sport customers.

Will I be able to watch every other game on BT TV?

Yes. 

Matches will be broadcast live between BT Sport, Sky Sports, Amazon Prime and the BBC.

With Freeview, NOW TV and Amazon Prime all available on your BT TV box, subscribers will be able to watch every minute of every televised game until the end of the season.

If you're not already a BT TV customer, click here to take a look at our range of packages.

When will fixtures be played?

The introduction of some unique kick-off times during the pandemic-affected 2019/20 campaign look set to return during the opening months of the season as games face schedule changes in order to be shown on TV in the continued absence of fans from the stadiums.

Weekend

Friday - 8pm
Saturday - 12.30pm, 5.30pm, 8pm
Sunday - 12pm, 2pm, 4.30pm, 7pm
Monday - 6pm, 8pm

Midweek

Tuesday - 7.45pm, 8pm
Wednesday 
- 7.45pm, 8pm
Thursday
 - 7.45pm, 8pm

Where and when can I watch each match?

Saturday 26 September

Brighton v Man Utd (12.30pm) - Coverage from 11.30am on BT Sport 1 HD & Ultimate

Crystal Palace v Everton (3pm) - Prime Video on BT TV

West Brom v Chelsea (5.30pm) - NOW TV on BT TV

Burnley v Southampton (8pm) - NOW TV on BT TV

Sunday 27 September

Sheffield United v Leeds (12pm) - Coverage from 11.30am on BT Sport 1 HD & Ultimate

Tottenham v Newcastle (2pm) - NOW TV on BT TV

Man City v Leicester (4.30pm) - NOW TV on BT TV

West Ham v Wolves (7pm) - Coverage from 6.30pm on BT Sport 1 HD & Ultimate

Monday 28 September

Fulham v Aston Villa (6pm) - NOW TV on BT TV

Liverpool v Arsenal (8.15pm) - NOW TV on BT TV

Saturday 3 October

Everton v Brighton (3pm) - Live on BT Sport 1 HD and BT Sport Ultimate

Leeds v Manchester City (5.30pm) - NOW TV on BT TV

Newcastle v Burnley (8pm) - NOW TV on BT TV

Sunday 4 October

Leicester v West Ham (12pm) - Live on BT Sport

Southampton v West Brom (12pm) - Live on BT Sport

Arsenal v Sheffield United (2pm) - NOW TV on BT TV

Wolves v Fulham (2pm) - NOW TV on BT TV

Man Utd v Tottenham (4.30pm) - NOW TV on BT TV

Aston Villa v Liverpool (7.15pm) - NOW TV on BT TV

As well as all matches being available on BT TV, those exclusive to BT Sport will be broadcast on the app for mobile and tablet, as well as on Xbox, PlayStation, Samsung TV and Apple TV and BTSport.com all via the revolutionary enhanced video player.

And for even more flexibility, you can check out BT Sport’s Monthly Pass options as Premier League football returns to our screens.

BT Sport is also the home of both the Champions League and Europa League and shows exclusive action from the FA CupBundesliga and much, much more.