Premier League live stream football is back on our screens, and it's as if it never went away. For the first time ever, Liverpool are reigning Premier League champions, and their title rivals have spent the summer hoovering up some of the best talent on the continent in order to close the gap to Jurgen Klopp's side. Replacing the relegated Norwich, Bournemouth and Watford are West Brom, Fulham and, most notably, Leeds, the giants who fell into financial oblivion and out of the Premier League in 2004, and have built one of the most watchable sides around under Marcelo Bielsa. Read on to find out how to live stream all of the 2020/21 Premier League action from anywhere.
The 2020/21 Premier League season is underway, and set to run until May 23, 2021. In the UK, broadcasting rights are split between Sky Sports, BT Sport, and Amazon, though the BBC is showing one game for free in September.
Premier League coverage details for the US, Canada, and Australia are detailed below, and if you're abroad right now you can try this VPN deal, which will enable you to access your local feed just as if you were at home.
The 2020/21 season kicked off on September 12 after the shortest preseason in history - so short, in fact, that both Manchester clubs' opening games had to be postponed in order to grant the sides 30 days off since the end of the last campaign. Still, it's nice to resume normal-ish service - but until fans are allowed to return it won't feel quite right.
The on-field action will be as absorbing as ever, not least because of the new and returning faces. Bielsa is understandably getting the most attention, but it's nice to see both Slaven Bilic and Scott Parker plying their trade in the top flight again.
And there's been an influx of superstars and rising stars, in James Rodriguez, Donny van de Beek, Timo Werner, Hakim Ziyech, Kai Havertz, Thiago Silva, Ollie Watkins, Rodrigo and Ferran Torres, to get viewers off their seats, regardless of team loyalties.
Most intriguing of all, however, could be the midfield battle and relegation scrap. Most of the usual relegation candidates have brought some serious new talent on board, which could make things tough for the league's new boys - though they don't look like slouches either. The margin between Europa League hopes and relegation fears could be finer than ever, so read on to find out how to get a Premier League live stream from anywhere in the world.
This weekend's Premier League fixtures
Saturday, September 19
- Everton vs West Brom, 12.30pm BST - BT Sport
- Leeds vs Fulham, 3pm - BT Sport
- Man United vs Crystal Palace, 5.30pm - Sky Sports
- Arsenal vs West Ham, 8pm - Sky Sports
Sunday, September 20
- Southampton vs Tottenham, 12pm - BT Sport
- Newcastle vs Brighton, 2pm - Sky Sports
- Chelsea vs Liverpool, 4.30pm - Sky Sports
- Leicester vs Burnley, 7pm - BBC (FREE)
Remember if you're abroad right now and away from your normal local coverage, a VPN can let you tune in to Premier League football just as you would if you were at home.