WHEN WILL SKY AND BT ANNOUNCE THEIR NEXT SET OF PREMIER LEAGUE TV GAMES?
PREMIER League officials have revealed the provisional dates it hopes to announce which games have been selected for live TV broadcast.
However, due to the complicated nature of the picking system for broadcasters, policing arrangements and games being moved to accommodate cup competitions, the league has struggled to stick to the timetable in the past.
The 2022-23 season will see the same TV arrangements as the previous year as part of a rolled over new three-year deal with Sky, BT and Amazon – see HERE.
Sky will again show 128 live games and has the first pick of all the regular weekend rounds, typically screening up to five matches a weekend across Friday Night Football, Saturday Night Football, Super Sunday and Monday Night Football. BT again has the Saturday lunchtime matches including a number of second pick matches.
Amazon Prime Video has two complete rounds of games (20 matches in all) – an October midweek round and the Boxing Day which are likely to be staggered across different times slots and dates as in previous seasons – the games Amazon have can be seen HERE.
Free-to-air highlights will again be shown thrown the BBC’s Match of the Day.
DATES WHEN PREMIER LEAGE HOPE TO ANNOUNCE FIXTURES CHANGES FOR LIVE TV GAMES
JULY 5 – AUGUST/SEPTEMBER CHANGES – ANNOUNCED ON TIME HERE
JULY 29 – OCTOBER CHANGES
SEPTEMBER 13 – NOVEMBER CHANGES
OCTOBER 11 – DECEMBER /JANUARY CHANGES
DECEMBER 6 – FEBRUARY CHANGES
JANUARY 25 – MARCH CHANGES
FEBRUARY 21 – APRIL CHANGES
MARCH 23 – MATCHWEEK 35 CHANGES
MARCH 30 – MATCHWEEK 36 CHANGES
APRIL 7 – MATCHWEEK 37 CHANGES
Final day selections will be confirmed after the completed of match week 37 (all games will kick-off at the same time of 4pm for the final day so no fixtures will be moved).All dates above are approximate and are subject to change. Source: Premier League