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2021/22 Premier League fixtures: Kick-off times and how to live stream online

By Chris Smith

2021/22 Premier League fixtures, live stream

Published: 12:30, 16 June 2021

The 2021/22 Premier League fixtures have been released and anticipation is already beginning to build for the season ahead.

The race is now on to see who can match defending champions Manchester City across 38 games after Pep Guardiola’s men wrestled the title back from Liverpool last time out. In the end, the Citizens cruised to victory with a 12-point gap over rivals Manchester United in second place.

That’s not all, though. There will be battles for a place in the top four, Europa League and Europa Conference League qualification, and, of course, the fight to stay in the top-flight.

Read on to find out how to watch the 2021/22 Premier League online to make sure you don’t miss a second of the action.

How to live stream Premier League fixtures online:

  • UK: BT and Sky Sports via NOW
  • US: FuboTV will be showing a selection of 2021/22 Premier League games.
  • Canada: DAZN
  • Spain: DAZN

2021/22 Premier League fixtures | Latest

Saturday, 14th August, 3pm (UK time)*

  • Manchester United vs Leeds United
  • Leicester City vs Wolverhampton Wanderers
  • Chelsea vs Crystal Palace
  • Watford vs Aston Villa
  • Norwich City vs Liverpool
  • Brentford vs Arsenal
  • Tottenham Hotspur vs Manchester City
  • Everton vs Southampton
  • Burnley vs Brighton and Hove Albion
  • Newcastle United vs West Ham United

*The time and dates of fixtures are subject to change due to broadcasting schedules. A full list of Premier League fixtures for the 2021/22 season can be found here.

Three games to watch on the opening day of the 2021/22 Premier League

The release of the fixtures for the new season always draws plenty of excitement, with fans plotting their route to glory and keenly eyeing the calendar to see when they face their most bitter rivals. But what we’re really looking forward to is the opening weekend. Here are three of the best fixtures from matchday one:

Manchester United vs Leeds United (Saturday, 14th August, 3pm UK time)

The return of Leeds United was one of the highlights last season, with Marcelo Bielsa’s men playing some truly scintillating football. Of course, with the Whites back in the Premier League, we also saw the resumption of one of English football’s oldest rivalries against Manchester United. Though the 0-0 draw in April was a bit of a damp squib, Man Utd ran out 6-2 winners at Old Trafford in December in a game that showed the good, the bad and the ugly of both sides. If this doesn’t get you fired up for the new season, nothing will.

Tottenham Hotspur vs Manchester City (Saturday, 14th August, 3pm UK time)

As mentioned, Man City strolled to the title last season but they face a tough start away at Tottenham Hotspur in their opening 2021/22 fixture. Spurs managed to salvage continental qualification on the final day last season, beating Leicester 4-2 to book their place in the Europa Conference League. They’ll be aiming higher this time around, especially with a new manager to fill the dugout. Can Spurs make an early statement at home to the defending champions?

Norwich City vs Liverpool (Saturday, 14th August, 3pm UK time)

Given the wretched run they suffered over winter, thanks to a frankly ridiculous injury list, Liverpool did brilliantly to finish third last season, remaining in the Champions League. However, with Virgil van Dijk on the road to recovery and Ibrahima Konate already through the door to partner him, Jurgen Klopp will be expecting another title charge from his side. On paper, a trip to newly-promoted Norwich looks pretty straightforward with the Reds enjoying a 14-game unbeaten run against the Canaries dating back to April 1994. But there have been a few close calls during that time and perhaps Daniel Farke can catch his compatriot off-guard here. Either way, we should fully expect goals galore at Carrow Road.

Live Stream Sport: Where to watch online

A wide range of online bookmakers live stream sporting events, from the world’s most popular football matches to niche fixtures you may not necessarily be able to access via traditional TV channels. Click one of the links below to find out how you can access live streams available in your region. 18+ only. Sign-up and funded account required. Geo-restrictions and full terms & conditions apply. BeGambleAware.