NBCUniversal’s Premier League 2021-22 Championship Sunday coverage kicks off on May 22, 2022. The final day of the season features games across NBC’s range of networks. All ten games start at the same time at 11AM ET / 8AM PT.

All eyes will be on three important races in the Premier League. First, as of press time, Manchester City is on the cusp of winning the Premier League title for the second year in a row. However, if City slips up against West Ham United on Sunday, May 15, then Liverpool may have a chance to win its twentieth top-flight title. Not only that, but the Reds could win either the treble or quadruple depending on results.

Second, the relegation battle this season is coming down to the wire. Both Leeds United and Burnley are in a perilous position. Similarly, Everton isn’t out of the danger zone quite yet. It’s possible that the race to avoid the drop may go down to the final day of the season. Nevertheless, Watford and Norwich City are already relegated.

Third and finally, the race for European qualification is heating up. As of press time, Chelsea, Arsenal and Tottenham are all fighting it out for third and fourth place. Hence, the teams finishing first through fourth automatically qualify for the UEFA Champions League. Subsequently, the fifth and sixth place teams qualify for the Europa League. Accordingly, the club that finishes in seventh plays in the Europa Conference League.

Premier League 2021-22 Championship Sunday details

Here are the Premier League 2021-22 Championship Sunday details:

9AM ET — Championship Sunday pre-match coverage begins on Peacock TV

10AM ET – Pre-match coverage continues on Peacock and USA Network

11AM ET — All ten matches kick off on the following channels:

USA Network
Peacock Premium
Golf Channel

1PM ET — After games end, post-match coverage continues on USA and Peacock

2PM ET — Post-match coverage and Goal Zone show continues on Peacock

In addition to the above coverage, Goal Rush airs from 10AM to Noon ET on Peacock. The show features whiparound coverage from all ten matches.

To make sure you don’t miss the schedule throughout each season, bookmark our Premier League TV schedule page.


NBC Sports will be on site in England for live coverage

NBC Sports’ Premier League studio show will travel to the U.K. to host the Championship Sunday shows live on-site for the first time. Rebecca Lowe hosts Sunday’s shows from a pitchside desk at Anfield alongside former Jamaica National Team and Premier League player Robbie Earle, former Premier League player Robbie Mustoe, and former USMNT and Premier League player Tim Howard.

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