All you need to know about Sky Sports Premier League
The first channel dedicated entirely to Premier League Football – Sky Sports Premier League – is finally here.
Sky Sports Premier League is part of a revolutionary shake up at Sky Sports, delivering for the first time all the best sporting content on individual specialist channels. Hosting 126 live games (at least 124 of which to be in Ultra HD) as well as exclusive extra content, interviews and analysis; Sky Sports Premier League is a hub for all things top flight football.
Here’s all you need to know about the new channel, including programming, presenters, highlights and how to watch.
How can I watch Sky Sports Premier League?
Sky Sports Premier League is available to watch now on Sky channel 402. New and existing customers can now enjoy the new Sky Sports channels from £18 extra a month. Choose one channel for £18, two for £22, three for £26 – or get it all, plus the brand new Main Event channel for only £27.50 extra a month. Requires Sky TV subscription. See Sky.com for full details.
Who are the experts?
Seasoned Premier League experts Gary Neville, Thierry Henry, Jamie Carragher and Jamie Redknapp are all on the line-up to deliver cutting-edge football analysis.
Which live games will be available on Sky Sports Premier League?
- 126 live games in the 2017/18 season, including:
Arsenal vs Leicester City – August 11
Watford vs Liverpool – August 12
Newcastle United vs Tottenham Hotspur – August 13
Manchester United vs West Ham United – August 13
Swansea United vs Manchester United – August 19
Huddersfield Town vs Newcastle United – August 20
Tottenham Hotspur vs Chelsea – August 20
Manchester City vs Everton – August 21
Bournemouth vs Manchester City – August 26
West Bromwich Albion vs Stoke City – August 27
Liverpool vs Arsenal – August 27
[For the full list, visit SkySports.com.]
- 124 matches will be made available in Ultra High Definition with Sky Q*
What else will air on Sky Sports Premier League?
Sky Sports Premier League will feature brand new shows such as a Live Launch Show, Chelsea: PL Champions, and PL Icons.
The new Nightly Debate Show will begin in August and focus on expert footballing opinion and analysis, led by Sky’s team of former professionals.
Gary Neville will host a new throwback series called Gary Neville’s Soccerbox, which will flash back to some of the Premier League’s more memorable battles.
A new A League of Their Own Premier League special is also on the cards, where James Corden, Freddie Flintoff, Jamie Redknapp and Jack Whitehall will be joined by Thierry Henry, Jeff Stelling and Kelly Cates.
What extras are available On Demand?
Footballing fans eager for more about their team can enjoy dedicated team sections with match highlights, interviews and documentaries.
In addition, there will be 30-minute match highlights from 338 games during the 2017/18 season available On Demand.
*UHD: Ultra High Definition only available to customers with a Sky Q 2TB box and Multiscreen subscription (£12 extra pm). Not available on Sky Q Mini boxes or Sky Q 1TB box. Sky Sports required to watch sports and in UHD.