Premier League on Amazon Prime Video: how to watch the football fixtures for free in the UK on Amazon’s streaming service

Wilfried Zaha should feature for Crystal Palace in the first of Amazon's Premier League fixtures (Getty Images)Wilfried Zaha should feature for Crystal Palace in the first of Amazon's Premier League fixtures (Getty Images)
Wilfried Zaha should feature for Crystal Palace in the first of Amazon's Premier League fixtures (Getty Images)

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The first of four Premier League fixtures hosted on Amazon Prime takes place tonight.

The Premier League is back up and running with Liverpool already crowned champions after two rounds of fixtures.

There’s still plenty of interest for both the casual and fanatic viewer, however, with the race for the top four heating up and the battle to avoid relegation reaching a frantic conclusion.

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Though Sky Sports and BT Sport are hosting the vast majority of the games taking place after the restart, Amazon Prime are also broadcasting four fixtures.

Here’s how you can tune into watch the Premier League on Amazon Prime.

How do I watch Premier League on Amazon?

If you are already an Amazon member simply sign into your account and watch the match live on the American company’s website.

Don’t fret if you’re not a member, however, signing up for an account is straightforward and doesn’t involve a subscription.

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Simply creat an Amazon account at and then visit this link to watch Premier League football live.

What fixtures are Amazon hosting?

The streaming giant are broadcasting just four fixtures starting with Burnley vs Crystal Palace on June 29.

Full list of fixtures on Amazon Prime

June 29: Crystal Palace v Burnley, 8pm

July 9: Everton v Southampton, 6pm

July 11: Watford v Newcastle, 12:30pm

Plus one more fixture to be decided once remainder of Premier League calendar has been decided.

Where can I watch other fixtures?

Sky Sports are showing two thirds of the league’s remaining fixtures, while Amazon are scooping up 20 of the final 92 games.

BBC, like Amazon, are showing four fixtures for free.

Full list of Premier League fixtures

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June 30: Brighton v Manchester United (8.15pm, Sky Sports and Pick)

July 1: Bournemouth v Newcastle (6pm, Sky Sports and Pick), Arsenal v Norwich (6pm, BT Sport), Everton v Leicester (6pm, Sky Sports), West Ham v Chelsea (8.15pm, Sky Sports)

July 2: Sheffield United v Tottenham (6pm, Sky Sports), Manchester City v Liverpool (8.15pm, Sky Sports)

July 4: Norwich v Brighton (12:30pm BT Sport) Leicester v Crystal Palace (3pm, Sky Sports/Pick TV), Man Utd v Bournemouth (3pm, BT Sport), Wolves v Arsenal (5:30pm, Sky Sports), Chelsea v Watford (8pm, Sky Sports)

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July 5: Burnley v Sheffield United (12pm, Sky Sports/Pick TV) Newcastle v West Ham (2pm, Sky Sports) Liverpool v Aston Villa (4:30pm, Sky Sports) Southampton v Man City (7pm, BBC)

July 6: Tottenham v Everton (8pm, Sky Sports)

July 7: Crystal Palace v Chelsea (6pm, Sky Sports) Watford v Norwich (6pm, Sky Sports/Pick TV), Arsenal v Leicester (8:15pm, Sky Sports)

July 8: Man City v Newcastle (6pm, BT Sport), Sheffield United v Wolves (6pm, Sky Sports), West Ham v Burnley (6pm, BT Sport), Brighton v Liverpool (8:15pm, Sky Sports)

July 9: Bournemouth v Tottenham (6pm, Sky Sports/Pick TV) Everton v Southampton (6pm, Amazon Prime) Aston Villa v Man Utd (8:15pm, Sky Sports)

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July 11: Norwich v West Ham (12:30pm, BT Sport) Watford v Newcastle (12:30pm, Amazon Prime) Liverpool v Burnley (3pm, BT Sport) Sheffield United v Chelsea (5:30pm, Sky Sports) Brighton v Man City (8pm, Sky Sports)

July 12: Wolves v Everton (12pm, Sky Sports/Pick TV) Aston Villa v Crystal Palace (2pm, Sky Sports) Tottenham v Arsenal (4:30pm, Sky Sports) Bournemouth v Leicester (7pm, Sky Sports/Pick TV)

July 13: Man Utd v Southampton (8pm, Sky Sports/Pick TV)