Premier League football will be made available to all fans so they can watch it live in the UK until fans are allowed into stadiums. This has been confirmed.
Fans can watch the top games of the league’s existing Premier League bosses that were announced today, Wednesday 17th February.
Sky Sports, BT Sport, Amazon Prime Video, and BBC users can watch the EPL, while current coronavirus rules prohibit fans from returning to the stadiums.
The Premier League has also confirmed that this is under constant review and is in line with government decisions on coronavirus.
Last month, the Premier League announced that all games would be available live to fans in the UK from January 30th through the last weekend in February.
This has been expanded to see games until the stadiums can reopen.
In a statement, the Premier League said: “The Premier League confirmed today that all matches will continue to be made available to fans for live watching in the UK. This rule will be extended until government guidelines allow fans to return to the stadiums enable.”
“All games will be shown through existing broadcast partners Sky Sports, BT Sport, Amazon Prime Video and BBC, who continue to work with us to deliver these additional games while the stadiums lack the fans that are such an integral part of the game . ”
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“Details of the March shows selection and the reorganization of previously postponed games will be announced in due course.
“The Premier League and its clubs remain committed to a solution that is fan-accessible. Live broadcast agreements in the UK are being reviewed in consultation with the clubs and in line with any government decisions regarding the return of spectators to the stadiums.”