Sky & BT Release Full List Of Premier League Games To Be Shown Live On TV

By on July 11, 2013

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The fixtures to be shown live on Sky Sports and BT Sport channels right up until December 1st have been announced today.

While BT Sport will kick off the new season by showing Liverpool’s clash with Stoke City at Anfield, Sky Sports have the upper hand as they have games featuring three of this summers hot topics; David Moyes replacing Sir Alex Ferguson as Manchester United manager, Manuel Pellagrini coming in as Manchester City boss and Jose Mourinho making an emotional return to Stamford Bridge.

Last seasons top three will all be shown live on Sky Sports on the opening weekend of the season with Swansea welcoming champions United to the Liberty Stadium for a 5.30pm kick off on Saturday 17th August, followed by Chelsea’s clash with Hull City on Sunday (4pm kick off) before Man City welcome Newcastle for the seasons first Monday night football, kicking off at 8pm.

Fifth placed Tottenham will also be shown live with their opening fixture away at newly promoted Crystal Palace being broadcast on Sky Sports on Sunday, 1.30pm. Arsenal’s first live game will be on the second weekend of the season as they take on Fulham at Craven Cottage on Saturday 24th August, which will be a lunchtime kick off on BT Sport.

Here is a full list of all the live games to be shown on Sky Sports up until December 1st:

AUGUST

Saturday August 17 – Liverpool v Stoke City (BT Sport, 12.45pm)
Saturday August 17 – Swansea City v Manchester United (Sky sports, 5.30pm)
Sunday August 18 – Crystal Palace v Tottenham Hotspur (Sky Sports, 1.30pm)
Sunday August 18 – Chelsea v Hull City (Sky Sports, 4pm)
Monday August 19 – Manchester City v Newcastle United (Sky Sports, 8pm)
Saturday August 24 – Fulham v Arsenal (BT Sport, 12.45pm)
Saturday August 24 – Aston Villa v Liverpool (Sky Sports, 5.30pm)
Sunday August 25 – Cardiff City v Manchester City (Sky Sports, 4pm)
Monday August 26 – Manchester United v Chelsea (Sky Sports, 8pm)
Saturday August 31 – Manchester City v Hull City (BT Sport, 12.45pm)
Saturday August 31 – Crystal Palace v Sunderland (Sky Sports, 5.30pm)

SEPTEMBER

Sunday September 1 – Liverpool v Manchester United (Sky sports, 1.30pm)
Sunday September 1 – Arsenal v Tottenham Hotspur (Sky Sports, 4pm)
Saturday September 14 – Manchester United v Crystal Palace (BT Sport, 12.45pm)
Saturday September 14 – Everton v Chelsea (Sky Sports, 5.30pm)
Sunday September 15 – Southampton v West Ham United (Sky Sports, 4pm)
Monday September 16 – Swansea City v Liverpool (Sky sports, 8pm)
Saturday September 21 – Norwich City v Aston Villa (BT Sport, 12.45pm)
Saturday September 21 – Chelsea v Fulham (Sky Sports, 5.30pm)
Sunday September 22 – Arsenal v Stoke City (Sky Sports, 1.30pm)
Sunday September 22 – Manchester City v Manchester United (Sky Sports, 4pm)
Saturday September 28 – Tottenham Hotspur v Chelsea (BT Sport, 12.45pm)
Saturday September 28 – Swansea City v Arsenal (Sky Sports, 5.30pm)
Sunday September 29 – Stoke City v Norwich City (Sky Sports, 1.30pm)
Sunday September 29 – Sunderland v Liverpool (Sky sports, 4pm)
Monday September 30 – Everton v Newcastle United (Sky Sports, 8pm)

OCTOBER

Saturday October 5 – Manchester City v Everton (BT Sport, 12.45pm)
Saturday October 5 – Sunderland v Manchester United (Sky Sports, 5.30pm)
Sunday October 6 – Norwich City v Chelsea (Sky Sports, 1.30pm)
Sunday October 6 – West Bromwich Albion v Arsenal (Sky Sports, 4pm)
Saturday October 19 – Newcastle United v Liverpool (BT Sport, 12.45pm)
Saturday October 19 – West Ham United v Manchester City (Sky Sports, 5.30pm)
Sunday October 20 – Aston Villa v Tottenham Hotspur (Sky Sports, 4pm)
Monday October 21 – Crystal Palace v Fulham (Sky Sports, 8pm)
Saturday October 26 – Crystal Palace v Arsenal (BT Sport, 12.45pm)
Saturday October 26 – Southampton v Fulham (Sky Sports, 5.30pm)
Sunday October 27 – Chelsea v Manchester City (Sky Sports, 1.30pm)
Sunday October 27 – Sunderland v Newcastle United (Sky Sports, 4pm)

NOVEMBER

Saturday November 2 – Newcastle United v Chelsea (BT Sport, 12.45pm)
Saturday November 2 – Arsenal v Liverpool (Sky Sports, 5.30pm)
Sunday November 3 – Everton v Tottenham Hotspur (Sky Sports, 1.30pm)
Sunday November 3 – Cardiff City v Swansea City (Sky Sports, 4pm)
Saturday November 9 – Norwich City v West Ham United (Sky Sports, 5.30pm)
Sunday November 10 – Tottenham Hotspur v Newcastle United (Sky Sports, 12pm)
Sunday November 10 – Sunderland v Manchester City (Sky Sports, 2.05pm)
Sunday November 10 – Manchester United v Arsenal (Sky Sports, 4.10pm)
Saturday November 23 – Everton v Liverpool (BT Sport, 12.45pm)
Saturday November 23 – Manchester City v Tottenham Hotspur (Sky Sports, 5.30pm)
Sunday November 24 – West Ham United v Chelsea (Sky Sports, 1.30pm)
Sunday November 24 – Cardiff City v Manchester United (Sky Sports, 4pm)
Monday November 25 – West Bromwich Albion v Aston Villa (Sky Sports, 8pm)
Saturday November 30 – Tottenham Hotspur v Manchester United (BT Sport, 12.45pm)
Saturday November 30 – Newcastle United v West Bromwich Albion (Sky Sports, 5.30pm)

DECEMBER

Sunday December 1 – Hull City v Liverpool (Sky Sports, 1.30pm)
Sunday December 1 – Chelsea v Southampton (Sky Sports, 4pm)

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One Comment

  1. Cfc mgr

    July 12, 2013 at 11:27 am

    This season wld b gud 4 cfc, spurs n liverpool. Surprises- swansea n s’ton

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