Where to Watch the EPL Season Finale on US TV and Internet
Sunday is going to be one of those days that will live in history. Either Manchester City will win their first top flight trophy in 44 years, or Manchester United will stage a surprise 20th league title. And those are just two of the ten live matches that soccer fans in the United States will be able to watch across television and the Internet.
With Manchester City and Manchester United tied on the same number of points, but with City having a +8 goal difference, all Manchester City has to do today is win to lift the title unless Manchester United — against all odds — can win and overcome the gulf in goal difference. Needless to say, this is one of the closest finishes to the English Premier League season in recent memory.
Read our comprehensive guide to all of the Premier League season finale matches, and what they mean to each club that is still playing for something.
All ten Premier League matches kick off at 10am ET on Sunday, May 13, but coverage begins at 9:30am ET for those of you who want to soak up the atmosphere. Here are all of the channels and websites that will be televising the games on US television and Internet websites:
- Manchester City versus Queens Park Rangers: ESPN2, ESPN3.com and ESPN Deportes,
- Sunderland versus Manchester United: FX, FOX Deportes and FOX Soccer 2Go,
- West Bromwich Albion versus Arsenal: FSN (FOX Sports Net)* and FOX Soccer 2Go,
- Tottenham Hotspur versus Fulham: FOX Soccer,
- Everton versus Newcastle United: FOXSoccer.com and FOX Soccer 2Go,
- Stoke City versus Bolton Wanderers: FOX Soccer Plus and FOX Soccer 2Go,
- Swansea City versus Liverpool: FUEL and FOX Soccer 2Go,
- Chelsea versus Blackburn Rovers: SPEED and FOX Soccer 2Go,
- Wigan Athletic versus Wolverhampton Wanderers: FOX Soccer 2Go, and
- Norwich City versus Aston Villa: FOX Soccer 2Go
- New England — Instead of West Brom against Arsenal, Comcast SportsNet New England will be showing boat shows and a law school infomercial. Thankfully, NESN (New England Sports Network) will be showing the game live on its channel.
- Chicago — As of press time, Comcast SportsNet Chicago will not be televising the game.
- Philadelphia — Comcast SportsNet Philadelphia will show the game delayed at 1pm ET, but what’s the point of showing it on delay when most people will already know the final result?
- Seattle — ROOT Sports Northwest will have fishing shows on instead of the Arsenal match. They will show the game on delay on Monday at 1pm PT.
- Denver — Instead of showing Arsenal and WBA, ROOT Sports Rocky Mountain will televise a rugby game. The game, as of press time, won’t be shown on Altitude either.
- Utah — ROOT Sports Utah will air a rugby match.
If you live in Chicago, Philadelphia, Seattle, Denver or in Utah, your best bet to watch the game is DirecTV, which offers FSN from regions across the country, or sign up for a free month of FOX Soccer 2Go by using promo code XOOMFOX. With FOX Soccer 2Go, you can watch the games online, on the iPhone or iPad. Read our comprehensive guide to FOX Soccer 2Go.
You can vent your outrage at the local sports networks by contacting them via the contact information found here.
New York residents you can watch West Brom versus Arsenal on MSG Plus. ROOT Sports Pittsburgh will show West Brom against Arsenal.
You can also follow all of the highs and lows on our Premier League season finale open thread starting on Sunday at 9am ET.