Premier League football on Amazon Prime Video: Everything you need to know
Staff Reporter | On 10, Sep 2020Reading time: 1 mins
A new player is walked onto the TV sports pitch last year, as Amazon Prime Video broadcast Premier League football for the first time.
The online giant had more than 350 cameras in Premier League stadiums up and down the country in December, with more than 2,000 camera operators, editors, sound engineers, directors, mixers and producers, as well as more than 70 on-screen talent analysing, commentating and hosting the coverage, with more than 35 hours of football streamed in total on Prime Video.
With the return of the Premier League season in 2020, it’s now a seasoned veteran at the game. But how does it all work? We’re here to break down all the answers in one handy guide. Here’s everything you need to know about Premier League football on Amazon Prime Video:
How do I start watching?
You can sign up and start watching straight away here:
What matches are on Amazon Prime Video?
Amazon originally bagged the rights to 20 midweek matches, split into two groups: a bunch at the start of December and a second bunch on Boxing Day.
A lot has changed since then, with the Premier League kicking off the new season amid the coronavirus pandemic. With all games to be played behind closed doors for the immediate future, the Premier League will be working to stream every game live online. That means one match on BBC Sports and one on Amazon Prime Video. (Of the 28 matches in September, Sky Sports is 18 and BT Sport is showing 8 – see the