SiriusXM (SIRI) today announced an agreement to broadcast all Premier League games featuring Manchester United via its radio, online and web apps. The first Manchester United match available to SiriusXM subscribers kicks off on January 4, 2011 when the Red Devils play home against Stoke City on Sirius channel 113 and XM channel 244 beginning at 3pm ET.

In addition to the official Manchester United radio commentary of all United matches in the Premier League, SiriusXM also broadcasts all Chelsea matches (Wednesday’s Wolverhampton versus Chelsea match will air on Sirius 113 and XM 244) plus select games from Arsenal, Everton and other clubs. Premier League matches will air on Sirius channels 125 and 113 and XM channels 241 and 244.

SiriusXM also features The Football Show, a daily talk program hosted by Giorgio Chinaglia and Charlie Stillitano that broadcasts every weekday morning (7-9am ET on Sirius channel 125 and XM channel 241).

“Manchester United is delighted to announce this arrangement with SiriusXM,” said Manchester United Chief Executive David Gill.  “This agreement demonstrates the enduring strength of the Club internationally. We are very proud to have SiriusXM as our first satellite radio broadcaster in the US. This is an exciting arrangement as we know how passionate our fans are in the United States and now they can catch all the match action live on Sirius and XM.”

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