Amazon Prime Video’s Premier League fixtures will be completely free of charge on Prime Video in the UK, with no Prime membership required
These four remaining fixtures will include pitch-side build-up from presenters and guests, as well as in-stadium commentary teams, including Gabby Logan, Roberto Martinez, Lynsey Hooper and Clive Tyldesley
Fans will also have the option to enable the full-crowd Stadium Atmosphere feature to run alongside match commentary during the fixtures, as well as view match highlights and goals shortly after the final whistle
For the first time ever, fans in the UK will also have the option to stream Prime Video’s live Premier League football on leading live streaming service Twitch, for free
The first of four matches will take place at Selhurst Park, as Crystal Palace take on Burnley at 8 pm on 29th June, followed by Everton v Southampton on 9th July and Watford v Newcastle on 11th July
Following the recent announcement that Prime Video will make all four of their Premier League matches in the remainder of the 2019/20 season available to view free of charge for fans across the UK, as well as the latest announcement that Prime Video will be broadcasting Everton v Southampton on Thursday 9th July and Watford v Newcastle on Saturday 11th July, Amazon has today detailed broadcast plans for the upcoming fixtures.
New details released today on the Prime Video broadcast of the matches include: names of on-screen and commentary talent; the ability for fans to enable full-crowd Stadium Atmosphere; and the availability of match highlights and full replays, and the option for fans to also watch all of Prime Video’s fixtures on the world’s leading live streaming service, Twitch.
For the first time ever, fans in the UK will also have the choice to watch Prime Video’s live Premier League fixtures for free on streaming service Twitch, as well as on Prime Video via the Prime Video app on connected devices. Customers simply need to head to https://www.twitch.tv/primevideo to view the fixtures, free of charge with no Prime membership required. Twitch brings digital communities together around live content and includes a number of features that will enhance these Premier League fixtures for fans. For example, Twitch’s unique chat feature gives viewers the power of the pundit, able to offer their thoughts live during the match, as well as making them feel like they’re experiencing a Premier League match alongside other fans.
These Prime Video fixtures will also be co-streamed by prominent Twitch streamers, with more details to come ahead of the first Prime Video fixture on the 29th June. Fans of these streamers will be able to view remaining 2019/20 Prime Video fixtures on their Twitch channel and engage in their private chat during the match, creating unique watch-along parties for customers to join.
All Prime Video fixtures will also have full pitchside, pre-match build-up with presenters and guests, including Gabby Logan, Roberto Martinez and Lee Dixon. This on-screen talent will maintain social distancing throughout and be joined in the stadium by a two-person commentary team, including Clive Tyldesley, Peter Drury and Ally McCoist, as well as match reporters to get reactions from players and managers before and after the game.
Customers will also have the option to enable the full-crowd Stadium Atmosphere feature on all Prime Video fixtures. Viewers will have the choice to enable this crowd audio to run alongside match commentary during Prime Video’s remaining 2019/20 fixtures. This crowd audio was developed by EA Sports and recorded in real stadiums during previous live matches.
For those who miss the action as it happens or wish to re-live the game’s best moments, edited match highlights and goals will be available for customers to view on Prime Video shortly after the final whistle. In addition, full re-runs will be available from midnight for each match.
Prime Video will also be broadcasting Everton v Southampton at 6pm on Thursday 9th July as well as Watford v Newcastle at 12:30pm on Saturday 11th July. As with all of Prime Video’s remaining fixtures for the 2019/20 season, these will be free of charge for customers with no Prime membership required.
Prime Video’s first of four free additional 2019/20 season fixtures will be at Selhurst Park, as Crystal Palace take on Burnley at 8pm on the 29th June. Coverage begins at 7:30pm and will be presented by Gabby Logan, with on-screen support from Lee Dixon. The commentary team for this fixture will be Jon Champion and Ally McCoist. Interviews and pitch side reporting will be covered by Lynsey Hooper.
Everyone can watch live Premier League football for free on Prime Video app on Smart TVs, mobile devices, Amazon Fire TV, Fire TV Stick, Fire tablets, Xbox, PlayStation, on Virgin’s V6 TV Box, the Talk Talk TV set top box, Apple TV, Chromecast, BT TV or online. For a list of all compatible devices visit: amazon.co.uk/watchanywhere.
It was also recently announced that Jamie Murray, Schroders and Amazon Prime Video team up to host the UK’s first ‘Behind-Closed-Doors’ indoor tennis tournament featuring top-ranked players to raise money for NHS Charities Together. Schroders Battle of the Brits, a six-day long tournament taking place from 23rd to 28th June at the Lawn Tennis Association’s headquarters, Roehampton, will see the UK’s top-ranked male players, including Andy and Jamie Murray, Dan Evans and Kyle Edmund, compete to be crowned singles and doubles champions. Sports fans will be able to watch live action game play exclusively on Amazon Prime Video in the UK and Ireland. This is in addition to a selection of Amazon Original sports docuseries all available to stream on Prime Video as part of a Prime membership, including upcoming All or Nothing: Tottenham Hotspur, All or Nothing: Manchester City, All or Nothing: New Zealand All Blacks, and All or Nothing seasons with American Football teams, as well as Andy Murray: Resurfacing, Take Us Home: Leeds United and Steven Gerrard’s Make Us Dream.