How to watch the Premier League final day liveon May 16, 2024 at 16:05 Tech Advisor

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After an incredible season, we’ve reached the final day of the 2023-24 Premier League.

And despite everything, we still don’t know who will win the title. Man City are strong favourites to win for a fourth season in a row, given their two-point lead and winnable fixture at home to West Ham.

Arsenal have pushed them all the way in their quest for a first title in 20 years, but will need to beat Everton and hope for a slip-up from City.

Most of the other key places in the league have been decided. Luton can technically still avoid relegation, but need to make up three points on Nottingham Forest and hope for a 12-goal swing.

Here’s how to watch the Premier League final day live, whether you’re based in the UK, US or elsewhere. You may also be interested in watching Jake Paul vs. Mike Tyson, the biggest boxing fight of the year.

What Premier League games are on TV this week?

All 10 matches are being shown live at the same time in the US, but you can only watch four in the UK.

Sun 19 May

Man City vs West Ham – KO 4pm BST/11am EDT/8am PDT – Sky Sports (UK), NBC/Peacock (US)

Arsenal vs Everton – KO 4pm BST/11am EDT/8am PDT – TNT Sports (UK), Peacock/USA Network (US)

Crystal Palace vs Aston Villa – KO 4pm BST/11am EDT/8am PDT – Peacock (US)

Sheffield United vs Tottenham – KO 4pm BST/11am EDT/8am PDT – Peacock (US)

Brighton vs Man Utd – KO 4pm BST/11am EDT/8am PDT – CNBC (US)

Brentford vs Newcastle – KO 4pm BST/11am EDT/8am PDT – Peacock (US)

Liverpool vs Wolves – KO 4pm BST/11am EDT/8am PDT – Sky Sports (UK), Peacock (US)

Burnley vs Nottingham Forest – KO 4pm BST/11am EDT/8am PDT – Peacock (US)

Luton vs Fulham – KO 4pm BST/11am EDT/8am PDT – Peacock (US)

Chelsea vs Bournemouth – KO 4pm BST/11am EDT/8am PDT – Sky Sports (UK), Peacock (US)

How to watch the Premier League in the UK

In the UK, only 200 of the 380 games are shown live. Sky Sports has the majority of these, but there are also some on TNT Sports (formerly BT Sport) and two full rounds of fixtures on Amazon Prime Video.

Sky Sports

You have several options when it comes to Sky Sports. The first is to get a TV package, which starts at £46 per month (£26 per month Entertainment plan, £20 for Sky Sports add-on) for 18 months.

If you don’t mind paying a monthly subscription for your TV, Sky Glass is also worth considering. You can currently get a 43-inch TV (48-month contract) with Sky Sports, Sky Entertainment and Netflix (Standard with Ads) on an 18-month contract for £62 per month with £10 upfront.

Alternatively, you can add the functionality to your existing TV via Sky Stream. It starts at £43 per month for an 18-month plan including Sky Entertainment, Netflix and Sky Sports.

All of the above include access on your phone, tablet and/or laptop via Sky Go.

That doesn’t apply to Sky’s Now streaming service, but it’s a more affordable option. A Now Sports membership (including all 11 Sky Sports channels) costs £34.99 per month at full price, but there are often deals available.

You may also want to add Now Boost, which adds 1080p video (rather than the usual 720p), removes ads and lets you stream on up to three devices at the same time (instead of the usual one). After a one-month free trial, it costs £6 per month extra.

TNT Sports

BT Sport has been rebranded as TNT Sports, but not much has changed in terms of the plans available.

At full price, the cheapest package costs £20 per month on a monthly rolling contract, though you’re limited to the discovery+ app. However it also includes Eurosport 1 & 2 and the discovery+ Premium streaming service.

But if you’d rather stream all the action and don’t want a recordable TV box, it makes more sense to simply add TNT Sports to discovery+. That costs £20 per month for BT Broadband customers, but you’ll need to get the monthly pass for £30.99 per month otherwise.

And if you’d like to combine TNT Sports with Sky Sports (known as ‘Big Sport’), it’ll cost you £45 per month at full price.

Amazon Prime Video

To access Prime Video’s live games, you’ll simply need to be subscribed to Amazon Prime in some capacity.

After a 30-day free trial, it costs £8.99 per month or £95 per year. But there are plenty of other benefits, including free next-day delivery on many items, unlimited photo storage and access to some music and games.

But if you don’t think you’ll use any of that, you can get just Prime Video for £5.99 per month – just click ‘See more plans’ from the sign-up page.

How to watch the Premier League in the US

In the US, NBC has the exclusive English-language rights to the Champions League. All 380 matches are broadcast live, across the main NBC channels, NBC-owned USA Network and its streaming service Peacock.

Peacock has most of the games, and it’s also the most affordable. It starts $5.99 per month/$59.99 per year for ‘Premium’, or $11.99 per month/$119.99 to step up to the ad-free ‘Premium Plus’. You can sign up for both on the Peacock website.

For NBC itself and USA Network, things are a little more complicated if you don’t want to pay for cable.

The most hassle-free way is to sign up for a live TV streaming services such as YouTube TV ($72.99 per month), Sling TV (requires $45 per month Sling Blue) or Hulu+ Live TV ($76.99 per month). None of these are cheap, but they offer plenty of other benefits.

How to watch the Premier League outside the UK and US

Before trying to watch UK or US TV from abroad, it’s worth checking which broadcaster has the rights to the Premier League where you’re based. See the full list of international broadcasters on the Premier League website.

But if you’re just visiting another country, it makes sense to access your UK or US subscription, which requires a VPN. We’re using NordVPN for the purposes of this tutorial, but there are plenty of great alternatives in our best VPN chart.

1.

Download the relevant VPN app

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Head to the download page for the VPN you’d like to install and click ‘Download App’. The likes of NordVPN are available on a range of devices.

2.

Connect to US or UK server

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Open the app and sign in to your account if necessary. Then, select any US or UK server and connect to it.

Depending on the service you’re using, it might look quite different to the above. But this should be relatively easy to find.

3.

Start watching as usual

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Head to the website or app you’d usually use to start watching. You should now be able to stream content as normal and without any restrictions.

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