TV Schedule For Premier League Finale

Premier League logoThe final day of the 2008/2009 Premier League season is this Sunday, and all of the attention will be focused on the bottom of the table to determine who will be relegated or not. Here’s the TV schedule for residents in the UK and USA:


  • Aston Villa vs. Newcastle – Sky Sports 1, 4pm BST
  • Hull vs. Manchester United – Sky Sports 3, 4pm BST
  • Sunderland vs. Chelsea – Sky Sports Red Button, 4pm BST
  • West Ham vs. Middlesbrough – Setanta Sports, 4pm BST


  • Hull City v Manchester United, Fox Soccer Channel, 11am ET
  • Aston Villa v Newcastle, Setanta Sports, 11am ET
  • Sunderland v Chelsea, Setanta Xtra, 11am ET
  • West Ham v Middlesbrough, Fox Soccer Channel, 1pm ET [tape delay]
  • Arsenal v Stoke City, Setanta Sports, 1pm ET [tape delay]
  • Liverpool v Spurs, Fox Soccer Channel, time TBD [tape delay]
  • Man City v Bolton, Setanta Sports, time TBD [tape delay]
  • Wigan v Portsmouth, Setanta Sports [tbd], time TBD [tape delay]

My only concern about the US TV schedule is that we won’t be able to see Middlesbrough get relegated live on television (or perform a miraculous escape). To me, I’d much prefer to see West Ham v Middlesbrough on Setanta Xtra than Sunderland versus Chelsea. There’s still a chance that Sunderland may get relegated instead of Boro, but I doubt it.

Premier League Finale: Live Blog

No matter whether you like in the UK, US or anywhere else around the world, be sure to join us on Sunday at 10:45am ET/3:45pm GMT for a live blog with EPL Talk writer Paul Bestall to celebrate the finale of the Premier League season. Paul will be live blogging from England, so be sure to join him online to for the highs and lows of the thrilling last day of the season. Visit on Sunday for the live blog experience.

All US TV schedules are subject to change.

4 thoughts on “TV Schedule For Premier League Finale”

  1. any idea if the Boro game will be live on FSE? I wish they’d do more double coverage for the EPL on FSC and FSE like they do with the Uefa Cup

    btw – think any UK viewers will be envious of the American viewing options? :)

  2. Sounds like I’ll have to channel hop between Newcastle and Hull, with the Boro radio commentary on the computer.

    My head might explode, especially if Boro come at all close to pulling off the biggest comeback since the boy Lazarus.

  3. While WestHam v Boro would be more exciting because of the possibility of Boro escaping, no matter how remote it really is, they picked the Sunderland v Chelsea match because of Chelsea.

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