Premier League confirm live broadcast picks for across the festive fortnight in Xmas 2022
England’s top-flight will take a mid-season break after 13 November to make way for 2022 FIFA World Cup and will return on Boxing Day, with all ten matches streamed live exclusively on Amazon Prime.
Brentford’s home clash against Tottenham at Gtech Community Stadium will be the first match to take place upon resumption of the domestic season, with kick-off confirmed for 12:30pm GMT whilst Arsenal will host West Ham at Emirates Stadium in the Boxing Night Football clash at 8pm GMT.
Other highlights from Amazon’s festive round of fixtures include Liverpool’s trip to Aston Villa at 5:30pm on Boxing Day, whilst Leeds United host Manchester City on Wednesday 28 December at Elland Road.
The final round of 2022 will be spread across 30 December – 1 January 2023, with the final match of current calendar year seeing Brighton host Arsenal live on Sky Sports in a 5:30pm kick-off on New Year’s Eve.
Sky will also transmit the opening matches of 2023 as Tottenham take on Aston Villa in North London at 2pm on New Year’s Day, followed by Chelsea’s trip to Nottingham Forest at 4:30pm that afternoon.
BT will air just one match across the festive season as Manchester United visit Wolves at Molineux on New Year’s Eve, with the match getting underway at 12:30pm, having opted to pass the January Bank Holiday round.
Sky consequently will air the first six top-flight matches of 2023 after selecting the following four matches for live broadcast from the January Bank Holiday round, albeit stripped over four days;
- 2 January – Brentford v Liverpool (5:30pm)
- 3 January – Arsenal v Newcastle (8:00pm)
- 4 January – Crystal Palace v Tottenham (8:00pm)
- 5 January – Chelsea v Manchester City (8:00pm)
Broadcast selection for rest of January will be confirmed in due course with full list of fixtures selected for broadcast between 29 October 2022 – 5 January listed below.
|Saturday 29 October||Leicester v Man City||BT Sport||12:30pm|
|Saturday 29 October||Fulham v Everton||Sky Sports||5:30pm|
|Saturday 29 October||Liverpool v Leeds||Sky Sports||7:45pm|
|Sunday 30 October||Man Utd v West Ham||Sky Sports||4:30pm|
|Saturday 5 November||Everton v Leicester||Sky Sports||5:30pm|
|Sunday 6 November||Chelsea v Arsenal||BT Sport||12:00pm|
|Sunday 6 November||Southampton v Newcastle||Sky Sports||2:00pm|
|Sunday 6 November||Tottenham v Liverpool||Sky Sports||4:30pm|
|Saturday 12 November||Man City v Brentford||BT Sport||12:30pm|
|Saturday 12 November||Newcastle v Chelsea||Sky Sports||5:30pm|
|Saturday 12 November||Wolves v Arsenal||Sky Sports||7:45pm|
|Sunday 13 November||Brighton v Aston Villa||Sky Sports||2:00pm|
|Sunday 13 November||Fulham v Man Utd||Sky Sports||4:30pm|
|Monday 26 December||Brentford v Tottenham||Amazon||12:30pm|
|Monday 26 December||Crystal Palace v Fulham||Amazon||3:00pm|
|Monday 26 December||Everton v Wolves||Amazon||3:00pm|
|Monday 26 December||Leicester v Newcastle||Amazon||3:00pm|
|Monday 26 December||Southampton v Brighton||Amazon||3:00pm|
|Monday 26 December||Aston Villa v Liverpool||Amazon||5:30pm|
|Tuesday 27 December||Arsenal v West Ham||Amazon||8:00pm|
|Tuesday 27 December||Chelsea v Bournemouth||Amazon||5:30pm|
|Tuesday 27 December||Man Utd v Forest||Amazon||8:00pm|
|Wednesday 28 December||Leeds v Man City||Amazon||8:00pm|
|Friday 30 December||Liverpool v Leicester||Sky Sports||8:00pm|
|Saturday 31 December||Wolves v Man Utd||BT Sport||12:30pm|
|Saturday 31 December||Brighton v Arsenal||Sky Sports||5:30pm|
|Sunday 1 January||Tottenham v Aston Villa||Sky Sports||2:00pm|
|Sunday 1 January||Nottingham Forest v Chelsea||Sky Sports||4:30pm|
|Monday 2 January||Brentford v Liverpool||Sky Sports||5:30pm|
|Tuesday 3 January||Arsenal v Newcastle||Sky Sports||8:00pm|
|Wednesday 4 January||Crystal Palace v Tottenham||Sky Sports||8:00pm|
|Thursday 5 January||Chelsea v Manchester City||Sky Sports||8:00pm|