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Premier League TV schedule: When your club has been picked for live coverage in 2019/20

Sky Sports and BT Sport have released their list of televised fixtures for August and September - so when is your club on the box?

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It’s a day almost as eagerly anticipated as fixture release day itself - TV fixture release day! 

OK, maybe not quite. But the 2019/20 Premier League season does kick off in 35 days, when last season’s runners-up Liverpool host newly promoted Norwich City. 

Now Sky Sports and BT Sport have released their list of televised fixtures for August and September (which you can see at the bottom of this story).

Despite a feast of football this summer, including the inaugral Nations League, Under-21 European Championship, Women’s World Cup, Copa America and Africa Cup of Nations, fans are counting down the days until the curtain drops on the new campaign.

Liverpool and Norwich kick things off with Friday Night Football on Sky, while Manchester City start their title defence at West Ham in Saturday 10’s early kick-off on BT Sport. That evening, Spurs host Aston Villa at 5:30pm on Sky, while the first Super Sunday of the season presents the first top-six tussle of the campaign. 

Arsenal travel to Newcastle first, before Frank Lampard faces his first game as Chelsea boss with a daunting trip to Old Trafford. 

August’s other notable televised fixtures include Manchester City’s clash with Spurs, Wolves hosting Manchester United, Liverpool’s meeting with Arsenal and Norwich City against Chelsea.

September’s Premier League TV fixtures kick off with the first North London derby of the season, a south coast clash between Bournemouth and Southampton, Liverpool’s tricky trips to Chelsea and Sheffield United, plus Manchester United facing Arsenal.

Team by team at a glance: 

Arsenal (6)

Newcastle (a, Aug 11, Sky); Burnley (h, Aug 17, Sky); Liverpool (a, Aug 24, BT); Tottenham (h, Sep 1, Sky); Watford (a, Sep 15, Sky); Manchester Utd (a, Sep 30, Sky)

Aston Villa (3)

Tottenham (a, Aug 10, Sky); Everton (h, Aug 23, Sky), West Ham (h, Sep 16, Sky)

Bournemouth (3)

Manchester City (h, Aug 25, Sky); Everton (h, Sep 15, Sky); Southampton (a, Sep 20, Sky)

Brighton (1)

Newcastle (a, Sep 21, Sky)

Burnley (2)

Arsenal (a, Aug 17, Sky); Liverpool (h, Aug 31, Sky)

Chelsea (4)

Manchester United (a, Aug 11, Sky); Leicester (h, Aug 18, Sky); Norwich (a, Aug 24, BT); Liverpool (h, Sep 22, Sky)

Crystal Palace (1)

Sheffield Utd (a, Aug 18, Sky)

Everton (4)

Aston Villa (a, Aug 23, Sky); Wolves (h, 1 Sep, Sky); Bournemouth (a, Sep 15, Sky); Manchester City (h, Sep 29, Sky)

Leicester (3)

Chelsea (a, Aug 18, Sky); Tottenham (h, Sep 21, BT); Newcastle (h, 28 Sep, Sky)

Liverpool (6)

Norwich (h, Aug 9, Sky); Arsenal (h, Aug 24, Sky); Burnley (a, Aug 31, Sky); Newcastle (h, Sep 14, BT)

Manchester City (5)

West Ham (a, Aug 10, BT); Tottenham (h, Aug 17, Sky); Bournemouth (a, Aug 25, Sky); Norwich (a, Sep 14, Sky); Everton (h, Sep 29, Sky)

Manchester United (5)

Chelsea (h, Aug 11, Sky); Wolves (a, Aug 19, Sky); Southampton (a, Aug 31, BT); West Ham (a, Sep 22, Sky); Arsenal (h, Sep 30, Sky)

Newcastle (5)

Arsenal (h, Aug 11, Sky); Tottenham (a, Aug 25, Sky); Liverpool (a, Sep 14, BT); Brighton (h, Sep 21, Sky) Leicester (a, Sep 28, Sky)

Norwich (3)

Liverpool (a, Aug 9, Sky); Chelsea (h, Aug 24, BT); Manchester City (h, Sep 14, BT)

Sheffield Utd (2)

Crystal Palace (h, Aug 18, Sky); Liverpool (h, Sep 28, BT)

Southampton (2)

Manchester United (h, Aug 31, BT); Bournemouth (h, Sep 20, Sky)

Tottenham (5)

Aston Villa (h, Aug 11, Sky); Manchester City (a, Aug 17, Sky); Newcastle (h, Aug 25, Sky); Arsenal (a, Sep 1, Sky); Leicester (a, Sep 21, BT)

Watford (1)

Arsenal (h, Sep 15, Sky)

West Ham (3)

Manchester City (h, Aug 10, BT); Aston Villa (a, Sep 16, Sky); Manchester United (h, Sep 22, Sky)

Wolves (2)

Manchester United (h, Aug 19, Sky); Everton (a Sep 1, Sky)

Liverpool fans

Televised Premier League fixtures in August and September:

Friday 9 August 

Liverpool v Norwich - 8pm (Sky Sports)

Saturday 10 August 2019 

West Ham v Man City - 12:30pm (BT Sport) 

Tottenham v Aston Villa - 5:30pm (Sky Sports)

Sunday 11 August 2019 

Newcastle v Arsenal - 2pm (Sky Sports) 

Man Utd v Chelsea - 4:30pm (Sky Sports)

Saturday 17 August 2019 

Arsenal v Burnley - 12:30pm (BT Sport) 

Man City v Tottenham - 5:30pm (Sky Sports)

Sunday 18 August 2019 

Sheffield Utd v Crystal Palace - 2pm (Sky Sports) 

Chelsea v Leicester - 4:30pm (Sky Sports)

Monday 19 August 2019 

Wolves v Man Utd - 8pm (Sky Sports)

Friday 23 August 2019 

Aston Villa v Everton - 8pm (Sky Sports)

Saturday 24 August 2019 

Norwich v Chelsea - 12:30pm (BT Sport) 

Liverpool v Arsenal - 5:30pm (Sky Sports)

Sunday 25 August 2019 

AFC Bournemouth v Man City - 2pm (Sky Sports) 

Tottenham v Newcastle - 4:30pm (Sky Sports)

Saturday 31 August 2019 

Southampton v Man Utd - 12:30pm (BT Sport) 

Burnley v Liverpool - 5:30pm (Sky Sports)

Sunday 1 September 2019 

Everton v Wolves - 2pm (Sky Sports) 

Arsenal v Tottenham - 4:30pm (Sky Sports)

Saturday 14 September 2019 

Liverpool v Newcastle - 12:30pm (BT Sport) 

Norwich v Man City - 5:30pm (Sky Sports)

Sunday 15 September 2019 

AFC Bournemouth v Everton - 2pm (Sky Sports) 

Watford v Arsenal - 4:30pm (Sky Sports)

Monday 16 September

Aston Villa v West Ham - 8pm (Sky Sports)

Friday 20 September

Southampton v AFC Bournemouth - 8pm (Sky Sports)

Saturday 21 September 2019 

Leicester v Tottenham - 12:30pm (BT Sport) 

Newcastle v Brighton - 5:30pm (Sky Sports)

Sunday 22 September 2019 

West Ham v Man Utd - 2pm (Sky Sports)

Chelsea v Liverpool 4:30pm (Sky Sports)

Saturday 28 September 2019 

Sheffield Utd v Liverpool - 12:30pm (BT Sport) 

Leicester v Newcastle 5:30pm (Sky Sports)* 

*fixture subject to change due to Man City’s Champions League involvement

Sunday 29 September 2019 

Everton v Man City - 4:30pm (Sky Sports)* 

*fixture subject to change due to Man City’s Champions League involvement

Monday 30 September 2019 

Man Utd v Arsenal - 8pm (Sky Sports)

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