How To Watch The Rest Of The Premier League Season

The Premier League is back under way, with a number of games being broadcast live on free-to-air television.

Everton play their first game since early March on Sunday 21 June and in addition to being screened on Sky Sports, the Blues’ Merseyside derby encounter with Liverpool is set to be shown on free channel Pick.

Another 24 of Sky’s 64 live matches will be concurrently shown on Pick – which is channel 159 on Sky and 144 on Freeview. 

BT Sport will screen 20 matches and four games are due to be broadcast on the BBC, as English top-flight football returns to terrestrial television for the first time since 1992.

Everton feature in the BBC’s second match, clashing with Norwich City at 6pm on Wednesday 24 June, four days after Bournemouth and Crystal Palace’s Saturday prime time date on the station.

Amazon own the rights to four matches and will make every one free to non-subscribers.

Everton’s third match following the resumption is at home to Leicester City on 1 July (6pm) and will be live on Sky Sports.

A double-header featuring Aston Villa’s home game against Sheffield United and Arsenal’s trip to reigning champions Manchester City’s Etihad Stadium will mark football’s return after an absence of more than three months – with both games shown on Sky Sports.

Free selected games for Everton Season Ticket Members

If you are an Everton Season Ticket Member, you are eligible to watch selected games for free on Sky.

Sky are offering every Season Ticket Member two 24-hour matchday passes to watch Sky Sports via NowTV. Fans can select any day they wish at short notice and just have to visit and use a code which will be emailed to them by the Club. Supporters are reminded that Everton's Merseyside derby on Sunday is available to watch for free on Sky channel Pick.

What is available for free on BBC?

The BBC will show Bournemouth against Crystal Palace at 7.45pm on Saturday 20 June and four days later on Wednesday 24 June broadcast Everton’s match at Norwich City.

The remaining two matches to be aired on BBC are still to be determined.

Sky are also showing games free of charge

The Merseyside derby on Sunday 21 June (7pm) will be available free-to-air on Pick and simultaneously broadcast on Sky Sports. 

Pick is 159 on Sky and 144 on Freeview and will act as the platform for a further 24 live Premier League games this season.

BT screening 20 matches

All of the 20 games to which BT Sport own rights will be available exclusively to the channel’s subscribers.

Amazon’s free football

Amazon Prime began showing Premier League football this season and will grant free access to its four outstanding matches in 2019/20.

The company is expected to communicate how supporters can watch the matches shortly but because Amazon is not positioned on any television channel a smart TV, laptop, tablet or mobile phone will be required to view games on the channel.