Leeds United fixtures on TV: Confirmed Whites fixtures on Amazon Prime and Sky Sports & BT Sport fixtures latest

Leeds United's TV fixtures are starting to come together after Amazon announced which of the Elland Road outfit's Premier League matches it will show on its Amazon Prime streaming service.

Thursday, 20th August 2020, 11:32 am
Updated Thursday, 20th August 2020, 11:36 am
Marcelo Bielsa's Leeds United start their Premier League campaign away at Anfield against Klopp's Liverpool

The Premier League fixtures were announced on Thursday morning and Bielsa's men will face off against Liverpool in their opening game.

The Premier League season gets back underway on Saturday 12 September and Leeds United's first match, away at Anfield against Liverpool, will be played on that day at 3pm, unless it is later rescheduled.

Ordinarily, the season begins in early August but last year's lengthy pause during the coronavirus lockdown has meant a later start for the forthcoming campaign.

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The Premier League has also accommodated an agreed 30-day break for all clubs involved in the latter stages of the 2019/20 European club competitions, meaning both Manchester City and Manchester United's opening day fixtures have been postponed.

A date for the rescheduled games will be announced in due course.

The opening weekend's matches for both Chelsea and Wolves will take place on Monday 14 September.

Which Leeds United fixtures will be on TV?

So far, Amazon Prime has confirmed which matches it will show.

Amazon will show Leeds United V Newcastle United on December 13, 2020 at 7.45pm.

Amazon Prime will also show West Bromwich Albion V Leeds United on December 28, 2020 at 3pm.

Full Amazon Prime fixture list

December 15, 2020:

19:45 Arsenal v Southampton

19:45 Aston Villa v Burnley

19:45 Fulham v Brighton

19:45 Leeds United v Newcastle United

19:45 Leicester City v Everton

19:45 Sheffield United v Manchester United

19:45 West Ham United v Crystal Palace

19:45 Wolverhampton v Chelsea

December 16, 2020:

20:00 Liverpool v Tottenham Hotspur

20:00 Manchester City v West Bromwich Albion

December 28, 2020:

15:00 Brighton v Arsenal

15:00 Burnley v Sheffield United

15:00 Chelsea v Aston Villa

15:00 Crystal Palace v Leicester City

15:00 Everton v Manchester City

15:00 Manchester United v Wolverhampton

15:00 Newcastle United v Liverpool

15:00 Southampton v West Ham United

15:00 Tottenham Hotspur v Fulham

15:00 West Bromwich Albion v Leeds United

Sky Sports fixtures

140 Premier League games will be shown live on Sky Sports during the 2020/21 season, with an additional 12 games now included.

The Premier League has increased the number of televised games from 200 to 220, with over half of the extra fixtures set to be shown live on Sky Sports.

Liverpool start with Leeds, and it seems highly likely that Sky Sports or BT Sport will televise the clash between the Premier League champions and Bielsa's Championship winners.

The TV selections for the early round of games and those to be shown live on Sky Sports will be confirmed early next week.

Manchester City v Aston Villa and Burnley v Manchester United have been postponed to allow City and United extra time to recover from their recent European campaigns, which finished last weekend.

Instead, Manchester City's first game will be at Wolverhampton on September 19, and Manchester United will play Crystal Palace at Old Trafford on that same weekend.

BT Sport fixtures

BT Sport has six extra fixtures compared to last season and will also offer 360 degree live streaming as well as highlights.

BT Sport has not yet announced its fixture selection but it should issue its first fixture list next week.

Will there be any free-to-air or Freeview Premier League games?

When the coronavirus pandemic hit, extraordinary measures were taken to get fixtures completed including playing blocks of fixtures behind closed doors and for the first time in its history, the BBC picked up live Premier League games.

That change has been abandoned for the Premier League 2020-21 season, meaning that there are currently no plans to broadcast any Leeds United games on free-to-air TV.