Thanks to a new deal, Amazon Prime subscribers in the UK will soon get exclusive access to 20 Premier League matches per season at no extra cost.
Kicking off with the 2019/20 season, the three-year deal represents the first time a full round of Premier League fixtures will be broadcast live in the UK.
Every Premier League club will be featured across two full fixture rounds of 20 matches per season. That means you’ll need to be a Prime member to watch every game from the first December midweek round, and all 10 of the Boxing Day matches.
Plus, Prime members will get weekly highlights of all Premier League matches throughout the season, including those shown on
Sky Sports (which has the rights to 128 matches per season), and
BT Sport (which has the remaining 52 games per season).
Amazon Prime already offers several live sports to its customers, including US Open Tennis, ATP World Tour Tennis and NFL games, but the Premier League is the most-watched sports league in the world so this is a pretty huge deal.
If you’ve yet to sign up to Amazon Prime,
you can do so here for £79 per year. In addition to sports, you’ll also get free next day delivery, exclusive Prime deals (including those available on the upcoming
Prime Day), access to Amazon Prime Video and more.
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