Which Premier League club's matches are on TV most often?

Premier League TV games

The next batch of televised Premier League fixtures have been announced – but who's on the gogglebox most?

It’s a day almost as feverishly awaited as the release of the fixture list itself: Which games are featured live on the TV? Sky Sports and BT have released their Premier League coverage schedules up to the end of 2017. All 20 clubs are featured, of course – but not entirely equitably.

Arsenal and Manchester United lead the way here with 15 of a possible 20 Premier League games shown before we hit 2018 – three times as many as five of their Premier League rivals. 

But those forgotten teams can't draw audiences like on December 10, for instance, which will see fans rooted to their sofas for the Manchester and Merseyside derbies after Arsenal take themselves to Southampton. Tasty. 

Unsurprisingly, Liverpool, Tottenham and Manchester City are all featured prominently before the New Year – the latter pair once more than Chelsea, for instance, who share 11 Premier League games on the box with Newcastle and only one more than Leicester. 

Down in the contractual-obligation box are five appearances for West Brom, Watford, Stoke, Huddersfield and Swansea – but at least their fans won’t have their Saturday 3pm kick-offs faffed about with...

October

  • Fri 20 Oct 20:00 West Ham v Brighton Sky
  • Sat 21 Oct 12:30 Chelsea v Watford Sky
  • Sat 21 Oct 17:30 Southampton v West Brom BT
  • Sun 22 Oct 13:30 Everton v Arsenal Sky
  • Sun 22 Oct 16:00 Tottenham v Liverpool Sky
  • Sat 28 Oct 12:30 Man United v Tottenham Sky
  • Sat 28 Oct 17:30 Bournemouth v Chelsea BT
  • Sun 29 Oct 13:30 Brighton v Southampton Sky
  • Sun 29 Oct 16:00 Leicester v Everton Sky
  • Mon 30 Oct 20:00 Burnley v Newcastle Sky

November

  • Sat 4 Nov 12:30 Stoke v Leicester Sky
  • Sat 4 Nov 17:30 West Ham v Liverpool BT
  • Sun 5 Nov 12:00 Tottenham v Crystal Palace BT
  • Sun 5 Nov 14:15 Man City v Arsenal Sky
  • Sun 5 Nov 16:30 Chelsea v Man United Sky
  • Sat 18 Nov 12:30 Arsenal v Tottenham Sky
  • Sat 18 Nov 17:30 Man United v Newcastle BT
  • Sun 19 Nov 16:00 Watford v West Ham Sky
  • Mon 20 Nov 20:00 Brighton v Stoke Sky
  • Fri 24 Nov 20:00 West Ham v Leicester Sky
  • Sat 25 Nov 17:30 Liverpool v Chelsea BT
  • Sun 26 Nov 16:00 Huddersfield v Man City Sky
  • Tue 28 Nov 20:00 Watford v Man United BT
  • Wed 29 Nov 20:00 Everton v West Ham BT

December

  • Sat 2 Dec 12:30 Chelsea v Newcastle Sky
  • Sat 2 Dec 17:30 Arsenal v Man United BT
  • Sun 3 Dec 13:30 Bournemouth v Southampton Sky
  • Sun 3 Dec 16:00 Man City v West Ham Sky
  • Sat 9 Dec 12:30 West Ham v Chelsea Sky
  • Sat 9 Dec 17:30 Newcastle v Leicester BT
  • Sun 10 Dec 12:00 Southampton v Arsenal BT
  • Sun 10 Dec 14:15 Liverpool v Everton Sky
  • Sun 10 Dec 16:30 Man United v Man City Sky
  • Tue 12 Dec 20:00 Huddersfield v Chelsea BT
  • Wed 13 Dec 20:00 West Ham v Arsenal BT
  • Sat 16 Dec 12:30 Leicester v Crystal Palace Sky
  • Sat 16 Dec 17:30 Man City v Tottenham BT
  • Sun 17 Dec 14:15 West Brom v Man United Sky
  • Sun 17 Dec 16:30 Bournemouth v Liverpool Sky
  • Mon 18 Dec 20:00 Everton v Swansea Sky
  • Fri 22 Dec 19:45 Arsenal v Liverpool Sky
  • Sat 23 Dec 12:30 Everton v Chelsea Sky
  • Sat 23 Dec 17:30 Burnley v Tottenham BT
  • Sat 23 Dec 19:45 Leicester v Man United Sky
  • Tue 26 Dec 12:30 Tottenham v Southampton Sky
  • Tue 26 Dec 17:30 Liverpool v Swansea Sky
  • Wed 27 Dec 19:45 Newcastle v Man City Sky
  • Thu 28 Dec 20:00 Crystal Palace v Arsenal Sky
  • Sat 30 Dec 17:30 Man United v Southampton BT
  • Sun 31 Dec 12:00 Crystal Palace v Man City BT

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