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Premier League 2020/2021 fixture list

Premier League releases fixture schedule for the 2020/2021 season; here's where to watch it

September 4, 2020 By Michelle Bonsu
The 2020/2021 Premier League calendar has now been unveiled. Here's where to watch your favorite English side in action this month, and throughout the season.

English football fans won't have to wait too much longer to see stars like Mohamed Salah, Cristian Pulisic, Pierre-Emerick Aubameyang, Marcus Rashford, Jamie Vardy, and Harry Kane in action as the 2020/2021 Premier League season is just under a fortnight away. Last campaign saw Liverpool finally end their 30 year wait to win the league title, and it marks the first crown for the Reds since the Premier League was rebranded in 1992.

Jurgen Klopp's side will now attempt to defend their title as they chase a 20th trophy, while Leicester City's Vardy, who made history as the oldest player to win the Premier League Golden Boot last season will look to again battle the likes of Aubameyang, Salah, Rashford, Kane, Raheem Sterling, and Chelsea's new striker Timo Werner for the coveted prize.

As always, it will be an interesting battle for a coveted top four berth this season, with the usual teams vying for a spot in the Champions League. On the opposite end of the spectrum, newly promoted Leeds United, back in the top flight for the first time in 16 years, will look to make their stay in the Premier League hopefully last more than one season.

Below, you'll find the upcoming September fixture list for the 2020/2021 Premier League season. Of course, given we now live in a world that has been disrupted due to the COVID-19 pandemic, this naturally could change at any time. As of now, however, matchday one will start on September 12, 2020.

What's the opening schedule set to look like? Are all the games being played on the same day?

No. Unlike other leagues, like in Serie A, which has all ten fixtures being played on one day (Sunday) on matchdays one and two the Premier League's opening matchdays will see games played across several days.

Matchday one will be spread across three days - September 12, 13, and 14 (Saturday, Sunday, and Monday depending on your location).

The same will take place on matchday two, with matches beginning on Saturday, September 19 and ending on Monday, September 21.

And matchday three will start on Saturday, September 26 and finish on Monday, September 28, 2020.

When is the season expected to conclude?

If everything goes according to plan, the 2020/2021 Premier League season will end on Sunday, May 23, 2021.

What times will the games begin on Saturday, September 12?

The Premier League's opening match will be Fulham vs Arsenal, which kicks off at 7:30 ET (4:30 PT). There are varying times for the other games, which will be played throughout Saturday, Sunday, and Monday. After this, the other ties will start at 10:00 ET (7:00 PT), concluding with Liverpool vs Leeds United at 12:30 EST (9:30 PT).

On Sunday, September 13, there will be two games at 9:30 ET and 11:00 ET, and Monday will conclude with two games played simultaneously at 15:00 ET (12:00 PT).

What broadcasters will be showing the games if I live in the USA, Canada, or in the UK?

If you live in the USA, broadcaster NBC Sports is still your place to go to follow your favorite English side. Numerous channels fall under this umbrella, including CNBC, NBC, and NBCSN. Live streaming options include the NBC Sports App, NBCSports.com, and specifically, streaming service NBC Sports Gold (which you have to pay an additional fee for). A new option is Peacock, which looks set to stream Premier League matches that you can find on NBC Sports Gold, and is at a less expensive rate than NBC Sports Gold (it's about $4.99 per month for a basic subscription).

Spanish-speaking fans can check out UNIVERSO, and for live-streaming, they can select UNIVERSO NOW.

Fans based in Canada can check out DAZN Canada to stay on top of all the action this season.

And finally, Premier League followers who call the UK home can select from BT Sport (and its various platforms), SKY UK, and have a new option in the form of Amazon Prime Video.

Matchday one schedule - Saturday, September 12

Here's the schedule for matchday one:

Matchday two schedule - Saturday, September 19

Here's the schedule for matchday two:

Matchday three schedule - Saturday, September 26

Here's the schedule for matchday three:

 

 


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