NBC Sports has released a new tool to help fans of Premier League clubs in the United States find what channel numbers the matches will be on.
With a sea of different TV providers across the United States showing Premier League matches and many of them offering Premier League Extra Time, the tool simplifies the process of determining which matches will be shown on what channel numbers and at what time. Even with an updated TV schedule for Premier League matches, it can be quite overwhelming for some to wade through all of the choices and different options available via the different TV providers.
NBC’s Premier League Game Finder is easy to use. All you have to do is enter your zip code and then select your TV provider from the drop-down list, and then click submit to see what matches your TV provider will be broadcasting.
Don’t forget, you can also watch all 380 Premier League matches this season live online via the NBC Sports Live Extra app as long as your TV provider has agreed a deal with NBC.
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