Amazon Premier League live streaming
Below is all the information you need to watch Premier League live streaming on Amazon.
Dates: December 3-5, 2019
Where: Amazon Prime’s Premier League live streaming is available in the UK only
Outside UK: Use ExpressVPN to gain access to Amazon Prime
How to watch for free
In the UK, Amazon Prime costs £7.99 a month or £79 a year.
However, Amazon Prime also offers a free 30-day trial of their services.
That means that users can sign up for a free trial to watch all the Premier League matches during December.
Watching Amazon Premier League live streaming from anywhere
The Amazon Premier League live streaming service is for viewers in the UK.
But what if you live outside the UK. How can you tune in?
If you are not in UK but want access to Amazon, you need to get a VPN.
Here are the step by step instructions.
ExpressVPN offers all new users a free 30-day trial. That’s an unbeatable offer.
ExpressVPN is compatible with all of your devices (Windows, Android, Apple, Xbox & PlayStation).
ExpressVPN also supports most streaming services including Netflix, and it’s very fast.
A VPN unlocks the internet, bypasses geo-blocking, and enables you to watch endless high-quality content from all over the world.
2. Once installed connect to the appropriate server location.
Once you have downloaded and installed ExpressVPN, you need to select a location.
Simply open the VPN app, hit ‘choose location’ and select the appropriate country.
Alternative Premier League live streaming sources
If you’re in North America, or you have access to a VPN, you can always watch live Premier League 2019-20 action online with FuboTV.
FuboTV is the online live streaming service which broadcasts massive amounts of Premier League football.
FuboTV require no extra cables or boxes, and they offer all new users a free seven day trial.
Aside from the Premier League, FuboTV also shows all matches from the Champions League, Europa League, Bundesliga, Ligue 1, La Liga and much more.
How many matches are being streamed on Amazon?
Amazon are broadcasting a total of 20 Premier League matches on their Amazon Prime product.
Those 20 matches are broken down into two complete Premier League gameweeks.
The first gameweek begins on December 3 and ends on December 5.
The second gameweek spans the Boxing Day Premier League fixture list.
— Thierry Henry (@ThierryHenry) November 29, 2019
List of live streaming fixtures on Amazon
Tuesday, 3 December
Crystal Palace v Bournemouth – 19:30
Burnley v Manchester City – 20:15
Wednesday, 4 December
Chelsea v Aston Villa – 19:30
Leicester City v Watford – 19:30
Manchester United v Tottenham Hotspur – 19:30
Southampton v Norwich City – 19:30
Wolverhampton Wanderers v West Ham United – 19:30
Liverpool v Everton – 20:15
Thursday, 5 December
Sheffield United v Newcastle United – 19:30
Arsenal v Brighton and Hove Albion – 20:15
Aside from live streaming the individual matches, Amazon will also broadcast a Goals Centre show.
The Goals Centre show will cut between all the matches being played to bring viewers the main highlights from all the matches as they happen.
Smart TVs which won’t stream Amazon Premier League coverage
Note, some smart TVs will not work with Amazon Prime.
Below is a list on TV models which won’t sync with Amazon.
Sony Bravia BDP A3RFKCYZQJQAGW
Sony Bravia TV AQBWZHOQDJZ1C
Panasonic Viera BDP A3PWCXQ4S1TN4U
Panasonic Viera TV A2S3KRJ54763YN
Mediatek (2003) (Yahoo) A1D4JYQU8ZANIK
Nintendo WiiU – A3UMQ4ML0J6B7U
Roku SD – A21WMBJJ929L0V
Roku XR – A2OAZYH5YHRYJL
It’s also worth noting that some Premier League football fans aren’t too happy with Amazon.
— Holmesdale Fanatics (@ultrascpfc) December 3, 2019