How can I watch the Premier League for free on Amazon?
Although the majority of Premier League games in the UK are shown on Sky and BT Sport, there are a couple of matchdays each season that are delivered to audiences (excuse the pun) by Amazon via their Prime Video service.
And the good news is, this is one of the weeks!
But wait a second, Amazon isn’t free, and your headline says “How can I watch the Premier League for free on Amazon”?
That’s true, Prime Video is a subscription service. It costs £8.99 a month (or £95 a year) which obviously includes a lot more than just TV – you get next-day free delivery, photo storage, music and other things. But, if you don’t already have Amazon Prime, or you haven’t had it in the last 12 months – you can get a 30-day free trial. That means if you sign up today, you can watch all of this week’s Premier League matches absolutely free (if you remember to cancel your membership before the end of the trial!).
We’ll leave the link here for you to explore more about Prime Video and give it a go if you like.
Note: We may earn a commission from links you click on this page. This doesn’t change the price you pay or our editorial judgement.
Right, so what matches are on Prime Video this week as the Premier League goes fully streamed?
Thanks for asking…
Football fans in the UK can enjoy the following matches on Prime Video on Tuesday 18th, Wednesday 19th and Thursday 20th October 2020:
Tuesday 18th October 2020 Premier League matches live on Prime Video
7:30pm – Brighton vs Nottingham Forest
8:15pm – Crystal Palace vs Wolves
Wednesday 19th October 2020 Premier League matches live on Prime Video
7.30pm – Bournemouth vs Southampton
7.30pm – Brentford vs Chelsea
7.30pm – Liverpool vs West Ham
7.30pm -Newcastle vs Everton
8:15pm – Manchester United vs Tottenham
Thursday 20th October 2020 Premier League matches live on Prime Video
7.30pm – Fulham vs Aston Villa
8.15pm – Leicester vs Leeds United
That’s a pretty impressive line-up for football fans, and although you can’t watch every game live at once (unless you have a lot of devices and are very good at multi-tasking) it’s a rare opportunity to see whatever team you like across the week – plus enjoy highlights, replays and a host of different commentators and pundits.
Of course, if you don’t like sport, there’s plenty more to enjoy on Prime Video, including the excellent sci-fi Night Sky (review below) and The Lord of the Rings: The Rings of Power to name but a few.
- Looking for some entertainment? Have you tried our general knowledge quiz questions and answers yet?
- Want to supercharge your streaming? Take a look at our guide to Netflix secret codes for TV and movie fans
- Love TV and movies? Try Screen OD on YouTube...