The English Premier League returns Saturday and the schedule for September is now available in my Soccer on TV Calendar. Below you can find the matches that will be broadcast on NBC Sports with opening day featuring newly promoted Fulham who host Arsenal, who won their record-extending 14th FA Cup last month. Highlighting the season’s first day, Premier League champions Liverpool host Leeds United – back in the Premier League for the first time in 16 years.
Note that the weekend of September 19-21 only one match will be available on NBC Sports, Manchester United v Crystal Palace. The other nine matches are all on the Peacock network that weekend.
Peacock – NBCUniversal’s new streaming service – will stream the first of its 175 exclusive Premier League matches this season, including 16 matches in September, with Crystal Palace-Southampton this Saturday, September 12 at 9:00 am CT on Peacock Premium. On Sunday, September 20, Peacock Premium features exclusive coverage of all Premier League action. All matchdays and windows exclusively on Peacock Premium will feature NBC Sports’ Premier League studio coverage.
You can upgrade to Peacock Premium for $4.99/month to unlock even more content, and then to Peacock Premium Plus for an additional $5.00/month to watch without ads.
|Sat Sep 12||7:30 a.m.||Fulham v. Arsenal||NBCSN|
|Sat Sep 12||10 a.m.||West Ham v. Newcastle||NBCSN|
|Sat Sep 12||12:30 p.m.||Liverpool v. Leeds United||NBC|
|Sun Sep 13||9 a.m.||West Bromwich Albion v. Leicester City||NBCSN|
|Mon Sep 14||3 p.m.||Sheffield United v. Wolverhampton Wanderers||NBCSN|
|Sat Sep 19||12:30 p.m.||Manchester United v. Crystal Palace||NBCSN|
|Sat Sep 26||7:30 a.m.||Brighton & Hove Albion v. Manchester United||NBCSN|
|Sat Sep 26||10 a.m.||Tottenham v. Newcastle||NBCSN|
|Sat Sep 26||12:30 p.m.||West Bromwich Albion v. Chelsea||NBC|
|Sun Sep 27||7 a.m.||Sheffield United v. Leeds United||NBCSN|
|Sun Sep 27||9 a.m.||Fulham v. Aston Villa||NBCSN|
|Sun Sep 27||11:30 a.m.||Manchester City v. Leicester City||NBCSN|
NBC announces that its Premier League game broadcasts in the new season will continue to have artificial crowd noise, with a natural-sound option available through online streaming.
— Jonathan Tannenwald (@thegoalkeeper) September 8, 2020