Premier League football is returned to our screens in June after a three-month suspension due to the worldwide coronavirus pandemic.
Having been deprived of seeing the likes of Manchester United, Liverpool and Arsenal in live action during the global lockdown, fans of English football will now be able to watch a selection of games for free.
Television networks such as Sky Sports and the BBC will show a number of fixtures without any charge, while newcomer Amazon Prime will also stream some matches for free.
So which games will be gratis? What channel will they be on? And how exactly can you watch them?
Goal brings you all you need to know.
- When does the Premier League restart?
- Which Premier League matches will be free to watch on UK TV?
- How can I stream or watch the Premier League for free?
Premier League 2019-20 restarted on June 17 with two matches: Manchester City vs Arsenal and Aston Villa vs Sheffield United.
Once those two games - left over from matchday 28 - were played, the remaining nine matchdays from 30 to 38 - 90 fixtures - are played.
Sky Sports will make 25 matches available to watch for free, Amazon Prime has confirmed that its four games will be free to watch and the BBC will also broadcast four live matches for free.
Overall, then, a total of 33 Premier League fixtures of the remaining 92 - nearly a third - will be free to watch or stream on UK TV networks.
Broadcasters have yet to reveal all the matches which will be available to watch for free, but Goal will keep you updated with a list, including dates, kick-off times and channels, right here.
|Date||Time (UK)||Match||TV Channel|
|Fri June 19||6pm||Norwich vs Southampton||Sky One / Sky Pick|
|Sat June 20||7:45pm||Bournemouth vs Crystal Palace||BBC One / BBC iPlayer|
|Sun June 21||2pm||Newcastle United vs Sheffield United||Sky One / Sky Pick|
|Sun June 21||7pm||Everton vs Liverpool||Sky One / Sky Pick|
|Wed June 24||6pm||Manchester United vs Sheffield United||Sky One / Sky Pick|
|Wed June 24||6pm||Norwich City vs Everton||BBC One / BBC iPlayer|
|Thu June 24||6pm||Burnley vs Watford||Sky One / Sky Pick|
|Sun June 28||4:30pm||Watford vs Southampton||Sky One / Sky Pick|
|Mon June 29||8pm||Crystal Palace vs Burnley||Amazon Prime / Twitch|
|Tue June 30||8:15pm||Brighton vs Manchester United||Sky One / Sky Pick|
|Wed July 1||6pm||Bournemouth vs Newcastle United||Sky One / Sky Pick|
|Sat July 4||3pm||Leicester City vs Crystal Palace||Sky One / Sky Pick|
|Sun July 5||12 noon||Burnley vs Sheffield United||Sky One / Sky Pick|
|Sun July 5||7pm||Southampton vs Manchester City||BBC One / BBC iPlayer|
|Tue July 7||6pm||Watford vs Norwich City||Sky One / Sky Pick|
|Thu July 9||6pm||Bournemouth vs Tottenham||Sky One / Sky Pick|
|Thu July 9||6pm||Everton vs Southampton||Amazon Prime / Twitch|
|Sat July 11||12:30pm||Watford vs Newcastle United||Amazon Prime / Twitch|
|Sun July 12||12 noon||Wolves vs Everton||Sky One / Sky Pick|
|Sun July 12||7pm||Bournemouth vs Leicester City||Sky One / Sky Pick|
|Mon July 13||8pm||Manchester United vs Southampton||Sky One / Sky Pick|
|Wed July 15||6pm||Burnley vs Wolves||BBC One / BBC Two / BBC iPlayer|
|Wed July 15||6pm||Manchester City vs Bournemouth||Sky One / Sky Pick|
|Thu July 16||6pm||Leicester City vs Sheffield United||Sky One / Sky Pick|
|Sat July 18||5:30pm||Norwich vs Burnley||Sky One / Sky Pick|
|Sat July 18||6pm||Brighton vs Newcastle||Sky One / Sky Pick|
|Sat July 18||6pm||Sheffield United vs Everton||Amazon Prime|
In order to watch or stream Premier League games for free, you will need access to BBC, Sky Sports and Amazon Prime.
BBC, the national broadcaster, is available for free to anyone in the UK via their television set and it can also be accessed online at www.bbc.co.uk or via the BBC iPlayer, which can be used on a computer web browser or through the app on an Android or iOS tablet or mobile device. BBC One and BBC Two are channels 101 and 102 on Sky.
You will need Sky digital TV in order to access Sky's free coverage of the Premier League. Free games will be broadcast on Sky Pick and Sky One.
Amazon Prime has confirmed that you will not need an Amazon Prime membership in order to be able to watch the four free Premier League matches that will be broadcast on their platform.