NBC Sports has announced their complete TV listings for the first three weeks of the 2013-14 Premier League season.
Beginning August 17, NBC Sports will show all 380 games on television and the Internet. But up until today, we didn’t have all of the details of what games were going to be shown in the coveted 10am ET Saturday timeslot. Until now.
Here’s the schedule (all times Eastern):
Saturday, August 17
Liverpool vs Stoke, 7:45am, NBC Sports Network
Arsenal vs Aston Villa, 10am, NBC Sports Network and mun2
Norwich vs Everton, 10am, Premier League Extra Time
Sunderland vs Fulham, 10am, Premier League Extra Time
West Ham vs Cardiff, 10am, Premier League Extra Time
West Brom vs Southampton, 10am, Premier League Extra Time
Swansea vs Manchester United, 12:30pm, NBC and mun2
Sunday, August 18
Crystal Palace vs Tottenham, 8:30am, NBC Sports Network
Chelsea vs Hull City, 11am, NBC Sports Network
Monday, August 19
Manchester City vs Newcastle, 3pm, NBC Sports Network
Wednesday, August 21
Chelsea vs Aston Villa, 2:30pm, NBC Sports Network
Saturday, August 24
Fulham vs Arsenal, 7:45am, NBC Sports Network and mun2
Newcastle vs West Ham, 10am, NBC Sports Network
Everton vs West Brom, 10am, Premier League Extra Time
Southampton vs Sunderland, 10am, Premier League Extra Time
Hull City vs Norwich, 10am, Premier League Extra Time
Stoke vs Crystal Palace, 10am, Premier League Extra Time
Aston Villa vs Liverpool, 12:30pm, NBC
Sunday, August 25
Tottenham vs Swansea, 11am, NBC Sports Network and mun2
Cardiff vs Manchester City, 11am, Premier League Extra Time
Monday, August 26
Manchester United vs Chelsea, 3pm, NBC Sports Network
Saturday, August 31
Manchester City vs Hull City, 7:45am, NBC Sports Network
Newcastle vs Fulham, 10am, NBC Sports Network
Cardiff vs Everton, 10am, Premier League Extra Time
West Ham vs Stoke, 10am, Premier League Extra Time
West Brom vs Swansea, 10am, Premier League Extra Time
Norwich vs Southampton, 10am, Premier League Extra Time
Crystal Palace vs Sunderland, 12:30pm, NBC
Sunday, September 1
Liverpool vs Manchester United, 8:30am, NBC Sports Network and Telemundo
Arsenal vs Tottenham, 11am, NBC Sports Network and mun2
In addition to the above schedule, all games will be shown live on NBC Sports Live Extra, the app from NBC that is accessible via the web, mobile and tablet devices — as long as your TV provider offers the service to you (which is being offered free of charge to TV providers by NBC Sports).
Lead play-by-play voice Arlo White joins former Premier League star and four-time league champion Lee Dixon to call the 12:30 PM ET Saturday matches on NBC in the first three weeks – Swansea-Manchester United on Aug. 17; Aston Villa-Liverpool on Aug. 24; and Crystal Palace-Sunderland on Aug. 31.
Arlo White teams with Graeme Le Saux, the former Premier League star who played in 36 international matches for England, to call two Sunday matches and one Monday game on NBC Sports Network in the first three weeks – Chelsea-Hull City at 11:00 AM ET on Sunday, Aug. 18; Manchester United-Chelsea at 3:00 PM ET on Monday, Aug. 26; and Liverpool-Manchester United at 8:30 AM ET on Sunday, Sept. 1. Legendary footballer and presenter Gary Lineker will serve as a special contributor to NBC Sports Group’s Premier League coverage.
All matches will be preceded and followed by Premier League Live pre- and post-match shows from the NBC Sports Group International Broadcast Center in Stamford, Conn. Rebecca Lowe hosts Premier League Livealongside former Jamaican National Team player Robbie Earle, former U.S. National Team midfielder Kyle Martino, and former English footballer Robbie Mustoe.
In addition, six matches in the season’s first three weeks will be telecast in Spanish by Telemundo and mun2.
Have questions? Read our helpful resource about everything you need to know about NBC’s coverage of the Premier League season for viewers in the US.
For the latest TV schedule for August through December (and through the rest of the season, when announced), visit the EPL TV and Internet schedule page.