Amazon Prime Video confirms 2021 winter Premier League fixtures
James R | On 30, Nov 2021
Amazon Prime Video has unveiled its line-up of Premier League fixtures for streaming this November and December.
Amazon will deliver 20 matches across the coming weeks, including a clash between Man Utd and Arsenal and up to six matches across a single day. The schedule, running from 30th November to 30th December, will include Ralf Rangnick’s first fixture in charge of Man Utd as they host Arsenal, Rafa Benitez’s first Merseyside derby in charge of Everton and Jack Grealish’s return to Villa Park as Man City take on Steven Gerrard’s Aston Villa. Prime Video will once again broadcast two full fixture rounds of Premier League action, with every team playing twice. Fixture timings for these two rounds have been staggered to ensure fans can watch two complete Premier League matches back-to-back.
The first fixture round runs from November 30th – December 2nd, including six matches broadcast across a single evening on Wednesday December 1st. The next round of fixtures from 28th – 30th December includes clashes such as Leicester vs. Liverpool and Southampton hosting Conte’s Spurs.
Amazon Prime members will be able to watch every game and goal at no extra cost.
Alongside every single game having its own dedicated on-screen pundits and hosts for pre-match build-up and post-match analysis, live from a purposebuilt studio within the stadium, fans will also be able to tune in to the Every Game, Every Goal show on December 1st and 28th. This will allow fans to see every goal from every game as soon as they go in to keep up to speed with the matchday action. This is an exclusive stream hosted by Steve Bower to bring Prime members all of the latest scores and updates from England, Scotland and Wales, as it happens across the UK.
Shortly after the final whistle in each match a 2 to 3-minute highlights package will be available to view. Prime Video will then release a 30-minute highlights package and a complete re-run of each game at midnight on the same day that will stay on the service for one week.
Selected games will also be shown in UHD HDR to offer fans a brighter, wider range of colour with immersive sound to make for a punchier viewing experience overall.
Prime Video’s hosts for the 21/22 campaign includes some familiar faces, with presenters Simon Thomas, Gabby Logan and Jim Rosenthal returning, new signings Patrice Evra and Thierry Henry joining the punditry team and fan favourites such as Ally McCoist and Jon
Champion in the gantry. Presenters across the 20 live and exclusive December fixtures on Prime Video includes Kelly Somers, Angus
Scott, Karthi Gnanasegaram, Marcus Buckland and Darrell Currie in addition to the names above. New pundits to join the Prime Video team for this year’s coverage includes a host of former internationals and Premier League players such as: Nigel De Jong, Francis Benali, Neil Lennon, Steve McManaman, Rob Green and Gianfranco Zola.
Insightful punditry analysis will also be provided by the returning team including Les Ferdinand, Eni Aluko, Michael Owen, Clinton Morrison, Guy Poyet, Roberto Martinez, John Barnes, Nedum Onuoha, Owen Hargreaves, Matt Holland, Leon Osman, Lee Dixon, Casey Stoney, Michael Brown, James Collins, Jimmy Floyd Hasselbaink, Alan Shearer and Emma Hayes.
A team of renowned experts are primed to deliver commentary including Clive Tyldesley, Jon Champion, Peter Drury, Jim Proudfoot, Steve Wilson, Connor McNamara, Ian Darke, Robyn Cowen and Guy Mowbray alongside Andy Townsend, Ally McCoist, Glenn Hoddle, Sue Smith, Craig Burley, Matthew Upson, and Lucy Ward. Steve Bower will host Every Game, Every Goal, a dedicated stream on 1st and 28th December bringing
fans every goal from every Premier League game, as it happens.
The Premier League action will be available to stream through the Prime Video app, across mobile, Fire TV, games consoles, Virgin’s V6 TV Box, BT TV, TalkTalk TV, Apple TV, Chromecast, online and many more.
Here’s the full schedule:
7.30pm – Newcastle v Norwich
8.15pm – Leeds v Crystal Palace
7.30pm – Wolves v Burnley
7.30pm – Southampton v Leicester
7.30pm – Watford v Chelsea
7.30pm – West Ham v Brighton
8.15pm – Aston Villa v Man City
8.15pm – Everton v Liverpool
7.30pm – Spurs v Brentford
8.15pm – Man Utd v Arsenal
12.30pm – Arsenal v Wolves
3pm – Southampton v Spurs
3pm – Crystal Palace v Norwich City
3pm – Watford v West Ham
5.30pm – Leeds United v Aston Villa
8pm – – Leicester City v Liverpool
7.30pm – Chelsea v Brighton
8.15pm – Brentford v Man City
7.30pm – Everton v Newcastle
8.15pm – Man Utd v Burnley