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TV Schedule Announced for Final EPL Sunday

premier league logo TV Schedule Announced for Final EPL Sunday

The TV schedule has been announced for the final matches of the Premiership season. Fox Soccer Channel will show the Manchester United against West Ham United match, while Setanta Sports will show Portsmouth v Arsenal.

The schedule is as follows:

  • Sheffield United v Wigan Athletic (Setanta Xtra, 10am ET)
  • Portsmouth v Arsenal (Setanta Sports, 10am ET)
  • Manchester United v West Ham United (Fox Soccer Channel, 10am ET)
  • Blackburn Rovers v Reading (Fox Soccer Channel, 12:30pm ET)
  • Chelsea v Everton (Fox Soccer Channel, 2:30pm ET)

After the Manchester United against West Ham United, the Red Devils will be presented with the Premier League trophy. Expect Fox Soccer Channel to show the presentation.

Setanta will also be showing matches on tape delay at Noon, 2pm and 3:45pm ET.

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4 Responses to TV Schedule Announced for Final EPL Sunday

  1. Todd says:

    great news gaffer…ive been waiting for this. the reason this makes me happy is because i use ITVN so i cannot tape setanta. and since united will be presented with the trophy i was hoping to be able to tape the ceremony.

  2. Anonymous says:

    Fox Soccer Channel got the better game, by far.

  3. jeffyhash says:

    Gaffer, just checked SoccerTV, and it says that the game on Setanta Sports at 10 is going to be Tottenham Hotspur against Manchester City. Has there been a change already?

  4. The Gaffer says:


    The listing at SoccerTV is incorrect. I just reconfirmed with Setanta Sports and they verified that the 10am ET match will be Portsmouth against Arsenal.

    Thanks for pointing it out, though. I had to double-check to make sure it wasn’t changed at the last minute, which does happen quite often.

    The Gaffer

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