THE return of the Premier League is set to provide sport-starved fans with a TV feast of football.
After more than three months away and with no prospect of supporters being able to go to stadiums any time soon, England's top-flight is set to become a TV-only sport.
The league is planning to restart on Wednesday June 17, with Man City vs Arsenal and Aston Villa vs Sheffield United getting things going again.
How can I watch every Premier League game?
What that does mean is there is set to be a huge amount of football coming your way from mid-June.
And that's been recognised by bosses, who are capitalising on the nation's football thirst by taking many of the matches free-to-air.
You will be able to watch EVERY Premier League game on the box right up until the end of the season, available through four different services.
And with staggered kick-off times, you'll be able to watch every minute without the worry of missing out on other games.
- The Beeb is showing live Premier League matches for the first time since its inception in 1992.
- A total of four matches will be shown on the BBC and their online platforms, with the dates and fixtures still to be decided.
- As well as live games, Match of the Day will return on Saturday nights for those of you who prefer a highlights show.
- Sky have the rights to show a whopping 64 matches for the remainder of the season.
- Of these, 25 will be shown on their free-to-air Pick channel – dates and fixtures are still to be confirmed.
- You can add all Sports channel to your Sky package for £23-a-month, or select individual ones from £18-a-month.
- While you can also grab a NOW TV pass from just £9.99 to stream on a number of devices and avoid going into a contract.
- Existing Sky Sport customers can also live stream by downloading the Sky Go app.
- Amazon are a streaming only service and if you're already a Prime member, you have access to all of their live games through their app and online.
- They made their first foray into showing Premier League games earlier this season.
- Four matches will be shown on Amazon Prime for the remainder of the campaign.
- If you want to watch for FREE, you can grab a 30-day Prime trial from the Amazon website.
- In total, BT Sport will show 20 Premier League matches before the end of the season.
- If you're an EE customer, you can get a three-month trial to BT Sport mobile and watch them all by texting SPORT to 150.
- As well as their TV packages, BT Sport is also available as an app to download on your mobile, tablet, PC or games console.
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