Runner-up Manchester City beat Arsenal 3-0 on Wednesday at the Etihad Stadium

The BBC will be showing Southampton versus Manchester City as the third free-air Premier League game on July 5th.

Top-class football resumed behind closed doors on Wednesday. The remaining 90 league games were broadcast via Sky Sports, BT Sport, BBC Sport or Amazon Prime.

The BBC’s live coverage begins June 20th with Bournemouth versus Crystal Palace.

It is the first time since the Premier League was founded in 1992 that matches have been broadcast live on the BBC.

Bournemouth v Crystal Palace will take place on Saturday at 7.45pm, followed by Norwich v Everton on June 24th at 6pm and the game between Southampton and Manchester City on July 5th at 7pm.

A fourth Premier League game will be broadcast live on the BBC, but the game will be confirmed at a later date. There will also be additional match-of-the-day highlights programs.

In addition to four league games, the BBC will broadcast two of the quarterfinals of the FA Cup – Norwich against Manchester United and Newcastle United against Manchester City – live on the weekend of June 27-28.

What the match of the day looked like when the BBC last aired the top division in 1988

On Thursday, the Premier League announced kick-off times and TV details for games between July 4th and July 13th.

BBC Radio 5 Live and Talksport will also provide live radio commentary for all remaining games, while BT Sport will broadcast the first Premier League game live in the UK on Saturday at 3pm when Brighton takes on Arsenal on June 20th.

Which games can be broadcast for free?

Here is the full list of the games and where to watch them.

All BBC and Amazon Prime games, as well as select Sky Sports games shown on Pick, can be broadcast for free. All kick-off times are BST.

game Date and start time (BST) channel
Watford versus Newcastle July 11, 12:30 p.m. Amazon Prime
Wolves versus Everton July 12, 12:00 p.m. Selection (Freeview channel 11, Freesat channel 147)
Bournemouth versus Leicester July 12, 7:00 p.m. Selection (Freeview channel 11, Freesat channel 147)
Manchester United versus Southampton July 13, 8:00 p.m. Selection (Freeview channel 11, Freesat channel 147)