The coverage plans for the Spurs game against Everton allow all Premier League fans to watch. Plus, those interested can watch on a low budget. That could be streaming, cable, satellite or anything else.

While these teams are not rivals, they are wildly popular across the world. Last season, both had dramatic finishes. Spurs climbed its way up to fourth to qualify for the Champions League. Meanwhile, Everton narrowly avoided relegation late on.

Now, both look to improve on their decent starts, relatively speaking, to this campaign.

Spurs vs Everton coverage plans

Kickoff time: 12:30 p.m. ET / 9:30 a.m. PT – Saturday, Oct. 15
Stream now (in USA): Live on fuboTV and Peacock Premium
Commentators: Peter Drury and Lee Dixon
US TV: Match is on NBC (available via Peacock Premium)

The last kickoff on Saturdays in the Premier League is fairly standard for American viewership. The game airs on NBC, but you can also stream the game on Peacock. NBC’s paid-streaming service simulcasts all games on the linear channel.

However, as the game is on NBC, the pre- and post-game coverage is not on the same channel. Instead, Premier League Live, the pregame coverage for the contest, is available on USA Network. Similarly, any Spurs vs Everton postgame coverage plans also run through USA Network. Other content airs on NBC on either side of the game itself.


Both of these clubs are massive when it comes to the history of English soccer. While neither has the recent success to compare to their major rivals, this game still peaks interest among large fan bases.

Tottenham shook off a loss in the North London Derby to defeat Brighton on the road. However, the Seagulls had the better performance in the statistics. Leave it to Harry Kane to grab the lone goal of the match. It pays to have that talent.

Of course, Everton’s biggest talent, Richarlison, departed the club in the offseason for Spurs. Everton made changes this offseason to accommodate the Brazilian’s departure, and it seems to be paying dividends. Frank Lampard would like to see some of the draws become wins, as only Newcastle has more draws than the Toffees. That is a tall task come Saturday at Tottenham Hotspur Stadium.