Amazon football: How do I get Amazon Prime on TV?

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Amazon Prime Video’s coverage of Premier League football was expanded for a second season. The schedule features 23 fixtures across nine separate matchdays, with up to six games in a single day. Plenty of faces from last season’s coverage have also returned, along with some new additions Simon Thomas, Paul Scholes, Lucy Ward and Mark Clattenburg.

“December is always a big moment in the Premier League and we are delighted to have season-defining matches live on Prime Video, including the champions Liverpool taking on high-flying Spurs at Anfield,” said Alex Green, MD Prime Video Sport Europe.

“With even more matches for Prime customers this December we wanted to add some new faces to our presenting line-up and will aim to continue to deliver best in class production across every single match.”

In addition to the matches, fans will also be able to watch Every Game, Every Goal which showcases the most exciting moments as they happen.

Read on to see what you need to do to watch Amazon Prime football and how to get it on TV.

How can I watch the Premier League on Amazon?

Firstly, you will need an Amazon Prime account.

A subscription costs £79 a year or £7.99 a month.

However, there is currently a 30-day free trial which can be cancelled at any time.

Amazon is a streaming service which means fans can watch the Premier League via the Prime Video app.

Prime Video is available to download across a host of mobile and tablet devices.

How to watch Amazon Prime on TV

There is no channel for Amazon Prime but fans can still watch it on their TVs.

The Prime Video app is also available on Smart TVs, Virgin’s V6 TV Box, the Talk Talk TV set top box, Apple TV, Chromecast, BT TV and games consoles.

Those without any of the above can purchase an Amazon Fire TV Stick.

The device is plugged into your television set, giving it Smart TV capabilities.

Amazon Prime Video Premier League fixtures

Tuesday, December 29

6pm – Brighton vs Arsenal

6pm – Burnley vs Sheffield Utd

6pm – Southampton vs West Ham

6pm – West Brom vs Leeds

8pm – Man Utd vs Wolves

Wednesday, December 30

6pm – Tottenham vs Fulham

8pm – Newcastle vs Liverpool

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