Premier League

Christmas, Boxing Day & New Year football 2022/23 TV schedule - Premier League

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The festive fixture season is coming
The festive fixture season is coming / Naomi Baker/GettyImages
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It really is the most wonderful time of the year.

Over a month would've passed on Boxing Day by the time the last Premier League ball was kicked with the 2022 World Cup halting domestic competitions across Europe.

An unprecedented period in the football calendar is about to ensue, but the Premier League have already ignited the excitement of supporters for the festive period by announcing which games will be broadcasted live at the turn of the new year.

Those chosen will be broadcast across Sky Sports, BT Sport or Amazon Prime platforms.


Amazon Prime

Amazon Prime are broadcasting all 10 Premier League games between Christmas and New Year, starting on December 26 and concluding two days later. The package deal struck with the Premier League allows the broadcaster access to 20 live games per season from one Bank Holiday and one midweek fixture programme. Amazon have already shown live games in October.


BT Sport

BT Sport's renewed three-year deal allows the broadcaster to show 52 live matches throughout the season, including all 20 fixtures from two midweek programmes.


Sky Sports

Sky Sports remain the Premier League's primary broadcaster, having begun their working relationship when the division was formed in 1992. The majority of the festive fixtures will be shown live across their network.


Premier League - festive TV fixture schedule

All kick-off times GMT*

Monday 26 December

  • 12:30 - Brentford v Tottenham (Prime Video)
  • 15:00 - Crystal Palace v Fulham (Prime Video)
  • 15:00 - Everton v Fulham (Prime Video)
  • 15:00 - Southampton v Brighton (Prime Video)
  • 15:00 - Leicester v Newcastle (Prime Video)
  • 17:30 - Aston Villa v Liverpool (Prime Video)
  • 20:00 - Arsenal v West Ham (Prime Video)

Tuesday 27 December

  • 17:30 - Chelsea v Bournemouth (Prime Video)
  • 20:00 - Manchester United v Nottingham Forest (Prime Video)

Wednesday 28 December

  • 20:00 - Leeds United v Manchester City (Prime Video)

Friday 30 December

  • 20:00 - Liverpool v Leicester (Sky Sports)

Saturday 31 December

  • 12:30 - Wolves v Manchester United (BT Sport)
  • 17:30 - Brighton v Arsenal (Sky Sports)

Sunday 1 January

  • 14:00 - Tottenham v Aston Villa (Sky Sports)
  • 16:30 - Nottingham Forest v Chelsea (Sky Sports)

Monday 2 January

  • 17:30 - Brentford v Liverpool (Sky Sports)

Tuesday 3 January

  • 20:00 - Arsenal v Newcastle (Sky Sports)

Wednesday 4 January

  • 20:00 - Crystal Palace v Tottenham (Sky Sports)

Thursday 5 January

  • 20:00 - Chelsea v Manchester City (Sky Sports)

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