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How to watch every Premier League 2021-22 game live: full TV schedule

How to watch the Premier League - Manchester City, 2020/21 Premier League winners
Manchester City celebrate winning the Premier League in 2021. (Image credit: Matt McNulty - Manchester City/Manchester City FC via Getty)

The 2021-22 Premier League is now well underway, and here's how to watch every Premier League 2021/22 game live. 

For those not in the know, the Premier League is the top tier of football over in the UK. It's similar to the Bundesliga in Germany, La Liga in Spain, or Serie A over in Italy. 

As the competition rages on, Manchester City and Liverpool continue to vie for the top spot. City is currently just out in front thanks to a one-point lead over Liverpool (74 points to Liverpool's 73).

These two top clubs actually just met in the FA Cup semi-finals on Saturday, April 16. During that match, Liverpool triumphed 3-2 and knocked City out of the tournament. Could The Reads be on track to overtake them in the Premier League table, too?

Here's how to watch the 2021/22 Premier League season live online so you can keep up with all the action as the season rages on.

How to watch the Premier League in the United States

If you're wanting to watch the Premier League in the US, it's nice and easy. That's because NBCUniversal has the rights to every single game, so you can watch the entire season (all 380 matches) across NBC's platforms.

Most folks will find games on NBCSN (with a few spread across CNBC, USA, or NBC proper), which is available on every cable service or major streaming platform.

The most economical way to get NBCSN if you don't already have it is to sign up for the Sling Blue package on Sling TV. On its own, it costs $35 a month and gets you more than 40 channels — including NBCSN. But you can do even better if you pair it up with the Sling Orange plan, for $50 a month.

Premier League games on NBC and NBCSN will also be streamed at the NBCSports website and on the NBC Sports app.

But that's just the tip of the iceberg. For the full experience and access to all the Premier League games in the United States, you're going to need a subscription to Peacock — NBCUniversal's dedicated streaming service.

There's a catch, though. The free tier of Peacock isn't going to get the job done. You'll need a paid subscription to Peacock Premium . For $4.99 a month or $49.99 a year, you can get the ad-supported version of Peacock Premium. If you don't want to see any ads, you can spend an additional $5 a month (or pay $99.99 annually). 

Either of these packages will allow you to watch live sports like the English Premier League and get you access to Peacock Originals, late-night talk shows, and next-day access to returning broadcast series.

A fan of Brentford wears a scarf celebrating the teams promotion to the English Premier League during the Pre Season Friendly between Brentford v West Ham United at Brentford Community Stadium on July 31, 2021 in Brentford, England.

(Image credit: Matthew Ashton/Getty Images)

How to watch the Premier League in the UK

Despite the UK being the home of the Premier League, watching your favorite team can be a bit tricky. For a start, not every game is televised owing to the blackout rule. Even if the game you're after is one of the 200 available to watch live, you'll then have to figure out whether to stream it on Sky Sports, Prime Video, and BT Sport.

As per usual, Sky Sports will be home to the bulk of the televised games this year. However, there are still 52 which are exclusive to BT Sport this season and there's a decent amount of upcoming games exclusive to the latter service. So, it's definitely worth considering if you want complete access to all the televised games this season. 

What teams are in the Premier League in 2022?

One of the coolest things about the Premier League — especially when compared to professional sports in the United States — is that the teams change a bit every season. The bottom three teams in the Premier League at the end of the season (based on points) are "relegated" down one level to the English Football League Championship. (Also known as the Sky Bet Championship.) And the top two teams from the EFL are promoted to the Premier League. (A third team joins them after a little mini-tournament between the Nos. 3-6 teams in the EFL.)

It's great because it puts some real stakes on the season. It's not just about money — it's also about the indignity of being sent down a level. And it gives teams in the lower leagues impetus to play harder (and spend more money) to reach the top level. After the 2020-21 season, Fulham, West Brom and Sheffield United were relegated to the EFL, while Brentford, Norwich City and Watford were promoted.

It's roughly the equivalent of a Triple-A Minor League Baseball Team — say, the Durham Bulls — being promoted to Major League Baseball, and the Miami Marlins being sent down to Triple-A for the next season.

Here are the 20 teams that are competing in the Premier League in the 2021-22 season:

Who won the Premier League in 2021?

The current Premier League champions are Manchester City. They secured the title last season after Manchester United defeater Leicester City, which meant City could no longer be caught by another team before the season concluded.

Premier League 2021-22 fixtures

Below you'll find a list of upcoming fixtures, updated throughout the 2021-22 season. You'll find the local kick-off time, as well as where you need to head to watch each match. All fixtures are subject to change.

Please note: NBC and Peacock are showing every single match in the US, but not all games are televised in the UK due to football black-out rules. If scheduling info is missing, it will be added as and when it becomes available.

Tuesday, April 19

Liverpool vs Manchester United - 3 pm EDT on USA Network / 8 pm UK time on Sky Sports

Wednesday, April 20

Chelsea vs Arsenal - 2:45 pm EDT on USA Network / 7:45 pm UK time on Sky Sports

Everton vs Leicester City - 2:45 pm EDT on Peacock Premium / 7:45 pm UK time

Newcastle United vs Crystal Palace - 2:45 pm EDT on Peacock Premium / 7:45 pm UK time

Manchester City vs Brighton & Hove Albion - 3 pm EDT on Peacock Premium / 8 pm UK time

Thursday, April 21

Burnley vs Southampton - 2:45 pm EDT on USA Network / 7:45 pm UK time on Sky Sports

Saturday, April 23

Arsenal vs Manchester United - 7:30 am EDT on USA Network / 12:30 pm UK time on BT Sport

Manchester City vs Walford - 10 am EDT on USA Network / 3 pm UK time

Leicester City vs Aston Villa - 10 am EDT on CNBC / 3 pm UK time

Norwich City vs Newcastle United - 10 am EDT on Peacock Premium / 3 pm UK time

Brentford vs Tottenham Hotspur - 12:30 pm EDT on NBC and Peacock Premium / 5:30 pm UK time on Sky Sports

Sunday, April 24

Chelsea vs West Ham United - 9 am EDT on USA Network / 2 pm UK time on Sky Sports

Brighton & Hove Albion vs Southampton - 9 am EDT on Peacock Premium / 2 pm UK time

Burnley vs Wolverhampton Wanderers - 9 am EDT on Peacock Premium / 2 pm UK time

Liverpool vs Everton - 11:30 am EDT on USA Network / 4:30 pm UK time on Sky Sports

Monday, April 25

Crystal Palace vs Leeds United - 3 pm EDT on USA Network / 8 pm UK time

Thursday, April 28

Manchester United vs Chelsea - 2:45 pm EDT / 7:45 pm UK time on Sky Sports

Martin Shore
Martin Shore

Martin is a Staff Writer with WhatToWatch.com, where he produces a variety of articles focused on the latest and greatest films and TV shows. 

Some of his favorite shows are What We Do In The Shadows, Bridgerton, Gangs of London, The Witcher, Doctor Who, and Ghosts. When he’s not watching TV or at the movies, Martin’s probably still in front of a screen playing the latest video games, reading, or watching the NFL.