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TV Schedule Revealed For Premier League Matches On US Television

soccer on tv TV Schedule Revealed For Premier League Matches On US Television

The Premier League has announced which matches will be shown on UK television between now and December, so we now know at least some of the games that will be shown on US television. This is by no means a complete list. All of the Premier League matches are shown live in the United States, across TV and the Internet. But here’s what we know so far. And, by early August, we should know more after FOX Soccer and ESPN2 reveal their TV schedules for the first 1-3 weeks of the season.

To stay updated on all of the Premier League TV and Internet listings throughout the Premier League season, be sure to bookmark EPL Talk’s Premier League TV schedule page.

Here’s what we know so far. All times are eastern. And TV listings are subject to change.

Saturday, August 18:

Newcastle United vs Tottenham Hotspur, 12:30 pm, FOX Soccer

Sunday, August 19:

Wigan vs Chelsea, 8:30am, FOX Soccer
Manchester City vs Southampton, 11am, FOX Soccer

Monday, August 20:

Everton vs Manchester United, 3pm, ESPN2

Saturday, August 25:

Swansea City vs West Ham United, 7:45am, ESPN2
Chelsea vs Newcastle, 12:30pm, FOX Soccer

Sunday, August 26:

Stoke City vs Arsenal, 8:30am, FOX Soccer
Liverpool vs Manchester City, 11am, FOX Soccer

Saturday, September 1:

West Ham United vs Fulham, 7:45am, ESPN2
Manchester City vs QPR, 12:30pm, FOX Soccer

Sunday, September 2:

Liverpool vs Arsenal, 8:30am, FOX Soccer
Southampton vs Manchester United, 11am, FOX Soccer

Saturday, September 15:

Norwich vs West Ham, 7:45am, ESPN2
Sunderland vs Liverpool, 12:30pm, FOX Soccer

Sunday, September 16:

Reading vs Tottenham, 11am, FOX Soccer

Monday, September 17:

Everton vs Newcastle United, 3pm, ESPN Deportes and ESPN3.com

Saturday, September 22:

Swansea City vs Everton, 7:45am, ESPN2

Sunday, September 23:

Liverpool vs Manchester United, 8:30am, FOX Soccer
Manchester City vs Arsenal, 11am, FOX Soccer

Saturday, September 29:

Arsenal vs Chelsea, 7:45am, ESPN2
Manchester United vs Tottenham, 12:30pm, FOX Soccer

Sunday, September 30:

Aston Villa vs West Bromwich Albion, 11am, FOX Soccer

Monday, October 1:

QPR vs West Ham United, 3pm, ESPN Deportes and ESPN3.com

Saturday, October 6:

Manchester City vs Sunderland, 7:45am, ESPN2
West Ham vs Arsenal, 12:30pm, FOX Soccer

Sunday, October 7:

Southampton vs Fulham, 8:30am, FOX Soccer
Newcastle United vs Manchester United, 11am, FOX Soccer

Saturday, October 20:

Tottenham vs Chelsea, 7:45am, ESPN2
Norwich vs Arsenal, 12:30pm, FOX Soccer

Sunday, October 21:

Sunderland vs Newcastle, 8:30am, FOX Soccer
QPR vs Everton, 11am, FOX Soccer

Saturday, October 27:

Everton vs Liverpool, 7:45am, ESPN2
Manchester City vs Swansea City, 12:30pm, FOX Soccer

Sunday, October 28:

Aston Villa vs Norwich, 9:30am, FOX Soccer
Chelsea vs Manchester United, Noon, FOX Soccer

Saturday, November 3:

Manchester United vs Arsenal, 8:45am, ESPN2
West Ham vs Manchester City, 1:30pm, FOX Soccer

Sunday, November 4:

QPR vs Reading, 8:30am, FOX Soccer
Liverpool vs Newcastle, 11am, FOX Soccer

Monday, November 5:

West Brom vs Southampton, 3pm, ESPN Deportes and ESPN3.com

Saturday, November 10:

Aston Villa v Manchester United, 12:30pm, FOX Soccer

Sunday, November 11:

Man City vs Spurs, 8:30am, FOX Soccer
Chelsea vs Liverpool, 11am, FOX Soccer

Saturday, November 17:

Arsenal vs Spurs, 7:45am, ESPN2
Norwich vs Man United, 12:30pm, FOX Soccer

Sunday, November 18:

Fulham vs Sunderland, 11am, FOX Soccer

Monday, November 19:

West Ham vs Stoke, 3pm, ESPN Deportes and ESPN3.com

Saturday, November 24:

Swansea vs Liverpool, 7:45am, ESPN2
Aston Villa vs Arsenal, 12:30pm, FOX Soccer

Sunday, November 25:

Sunderland vs West Brom, 8:30am, FOX Soccer
Chelsea vs Man City, 11am, FOX Soccer


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