There are a number of subscription rights holders who will be broadcasting a selection of the Premier League fixtures for 2020/21. EPL is officially broadcast by NBC Sports Group Channels (for English language users) as well as Universo and Telemundo (for Spanish language users) in United States. Tune In and BBC World Service radio stations have the right to provide live commentary. FuboTV is one of the best apps to subscribe and enjoy all English Premier League games in one platform. You can also watch it via Hulu Live and Sling Blue.

Game Time TV Channel
Friday, April 30
Southampton vs Leicester City 03:00 pm ET Peacock Premium
Saturday, May 1
Crystal Palace vs. Manchester City 07:30 am ET NBCSN
Brighton & Hove Albion vs. Leeds United 10:00 am ET NBCSN
Chelsea vs. Fulham 12:30 pm ET NBC
Everton vs. Aston Villa 03:00 pm ET
Peacock Premium
Sunday, May 2
Newcastle United vs. Arsenal 09:00 am ET
NBCSN
Manchester United vs. Liverpool 11:30 am ET
NBCSN
Tottenham Hotspur vs. Sheffield United 02:15 pm ET
NBCSN
Monday, May 3
West Bromwich Albion vs. Wolverhampton Wanderers 01:00 pm ET
Peacock Premium
Burnley vs. West Ham United 03:15 pm ET
Peacock Premium
Friday, May 7
Leicester City vs. Newcastle United 03:00 pm ET
NBCSN
Saturday, May 8
Leeds United vs. Tottenham Hotspur 07:30 am ET
NBCSN
Sheffield United vs. Crystal Palace 10:00 am ET
NBCSN
Manchester City vs. Chelsea 12:30 pm ET
NBC
Liverpool vs. Southampton 03:15 pm ET
Peacock Premium
Sunday May 9
Wolverhampton Wanderers vs. Brighton & Hove Albion 07:00 am ET
Peacock Premium
Aston Villa vs. Manchester United 09:05 am ET
Peacock Premium
West Ham United vs. Everton 11:30 am ET
NBCSN
Arsenal vs. West Bromwich Albion 02:00 pm ET
NBC

 

NBC is the broadcast home of Premier League soccer in the United States with games rotating between NBC and NBCSN on cable. Those with access to NBC Gold and Peacock, the network’s new subscription streaming platform, can also watch the games.