Where and how to watch Premier League streams


The popularity of streaming continues to grow year after year, providing soccer fans with more choices of how to cut the cord and save money, as well as watching games when you want, where you want and on what devices you want.

While illegal streaming sites can infect your computer with viruses, malware and pop-up ads, there are many legal streaming services that offer HD picture quality as well as a ton of options to watch your favorite team, game or league on different devices.

Here’s our research on where and how to watch streams of Premier League games. If you live outside the United States, read our VPN page for other legal streaming options.


Sling Blue

Launched in June 2016, Sling Blue offers NBCSN without requiring a cable or satellite TV subscription. Sling Blue also includes NBC, but live NBC programming is currently only available in 10 markets in the United States (Chicago, Dallas-Fort Worth, Hartford, Conn., Los Angeles, Miami, New York, Philadelphia, San Diego and Washington D.C.). If you live outside those cities, on-demand programming from NBC will be available from Sling Blue at a future date.

On a typical Premier League weekend during the upcoming 2016/17 season, which starts on August 13, you’ll be able to watch 7 or 8 EPL games every weekend via Sling Blue.

Here are the typical time windows when Premier League games will be shown live and on-demand via Sling Blue:

• Fridays, 2:45-4:45pm ET (NBCSN)
• Saturdays, 7:45-9:45am ET (NBCSN)
• Saturdays, 10am-Noon ET (NBCSN)
• Saturdays, 10am-Noon ET (USA)
• Saturdays, 12:30-2:30pm ET (NBCSN or NBC)
• Sundays, 8:30-10:30am ET (NBCSN)
• Sundays, 11am-1pm ET (NBCSN)
• Mondays, 3-5pm ET (NBCSN)

Sling Blue also includes USA Network.

The only 2-3 games you’ll miss every weekend are the ones only available via Premier League Extra Time and the NBC Sports App, which Sling Blue doesn’t include. Typically those 2-3 games will feature smaller, less supported teams.

Sling Blue is a great way to legally watch the Premier League without paying $100/month for a cable or satellite TV subscription. Sling Blue is $25/month and includes a ton of channels in addition to NBCSN, so there’s plenty of news, entertainment and sports networks to watch when there aren’t Premier League games on.

Sling Blue is currently offering a 7-day free trial.

You can watch Sling Blue on your computer, smartphone, tablet, Apple TV, Roku, Amazon Fire, Chromecast, Xbox One and other devices.

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