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Amazon Prime - City's home clash with Everton and their trip to Crystal Palace will be broadcast live on the network, with the actual dates and kick-off times to be confirmed.

 

 

The broadcaster’s first round of live fixtures will see them show 10 live matches in the midweek December round of games from the 15th to the 17th.

While Amazon will also be showing 10 live fixtures from December 28th to December 30th, it has confirmed.

 

 

And below is every game Amazon has confirmed it will be showing.

December 15th to 17th

Arsenal v Southampton
Aston Villa v Burnley
Fulham v Brighton
Leeds United v Newcastle United
Leicester City v Everton
Sheffield United v Manchester United
West Ham United v Crystal Palace
Wolverhampton v Chelsea
Liverpool v Tottenham Hotspur
Manchester City v West Bromwich Albion

 

 

December 28th to 30th

Brighton v Arsenal
Burnley v Sheffield United
Chelsea v Aston Villa
Crystal Palace v Leicester City
Everton v Manchester City
Manchester United v Wolverhampton
Newcastle United v Liverpool
Southampton v West Ham United
Tottenham Hotspur v Fulham
West Bromwich Albion v Leeds United

 

https://www.leicestermercury.co.uk/sport/football/football-news/leicester-city-television-fixture-amazon-4441578

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2 minutes ago, goose2010 said:

If there are no fans in the ground will they all not be televised anyway? 

Nope, that's stopped now, back to normal next season (with a few extra games over the course of the season).

 

I imagine we'll hear of a LCFC tv pass soon, allowing us to watch most or all of our games.

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3 minutes ago, goose2010 said:

If there are no fans in the ground will they all not be televised anyway? 

Doesn't look like it at the minute. No deal agreed to show every game that's behind closed doors.

 

Potential situation that some matches taking place in the top division in this country can only be accessed legally by people outside of the country, if, as someone else mentioned in the Fixtures thread, the broadcasters have blocked a "club pass" option.

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4 minutes ago, goose2010 said:

If there are no fans in the ground will they all not be televised anyway? 

Clubs also not allowed to live stream their matches on their social media channels.

 

May have to rely on Radio Leicester !!!

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3 minutes ago, Footballwipe said:

Doesn't look like it at the minute. No deal agreed to show every game that's behind closed doors.

 

Potential situation that some matches taking place in the top division in this country can only be accessed legally by people outside of the country, if, as someone else mentioned in the Fixtures thread, the broadcasters have blocked a "club pass" option.

The 3pm blackout shouldn't be a problem in September as no clubs above the third level of non-league can accommodate fans in stadia. There is no excuse for not allowing fans to see matches in some way. 

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1 minute ago, Corky said:

The 3pm blackout shouldn't be a problem in September as no clubs above the third level of non-league can accommodate fans in stadia. There is no excuse for not allowing fans to see matches in some way. 

I don't know the ins and outs to be honest, but from what I gather the issues isn't necessarily the blackout, it's that Sky/BT/Amazon just aren't going to show all 10 games like last season, nor are they allowing clubs to broadcast their own games behind any sort of "pass" or paywall?

 

I totally agree, there is no excuse for not allowing fans to access the game legally. In fact by not doing so, they're basically encouraging people to pile together to watch streams, gather in those dodgy pubs etc.

 

Crazy situation we could find ourselves in. I imagine the three want a rebate on their rights figure to let clubs broadcast.

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8 minutes ago, RonnieTodger said:

Oh ****ing hell, i'm not going back to Radio Leicester.

 

Surely there'll be a pass for ticket holders etc

The irony of it is how much the Prem has fought against illegal streams, to then likely go down a route that will encourage it 

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18 minutes ago, BakerLCFC said:

Link to the talksport article here
 

Surprised more hasn’t been made of this as it is pretty shocking and is just going to encourage more fans to stream illegally. 

And yet if you live thousands of Miles away you can legally watch any prem game you want! Ridiculous!

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As others have said it really is a no brainer and there's not a single legitimate reason for not having a streaming pass for ST Holders for all 3pm none televised games.

 

It doesn't affect the broadcasters in anyway and as for the 3pm blackout if it's only available to ST holders they would have been at the games at 3pm anyway.

 

I'm fed up with hearing how important fans are to the game well if they really believe that then they should treat those fans with respect and allow them to watch these games.

 

 

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If everyone in the UK cancelled Sky Sports/ BT sport for 6 months until some sort of normality is allowed to return in stadiums a message would no doubt be sent, but people don't they moan and pay anyway, the quickest way back into the stadiums properly if they aren't gonna show the games on TV, is just to boycott the whole game, this madness has been allowed to continue for far to long, the easiest way to send a message is by not giving these corporations any money until the beautiful game is returned properly. 

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1 hour ago, BakerLCFC said:

Premier League 2020-21: Fan groups concerned over ability to watch games next season https://www.bbc.co.uk/sport/football/53856921

I feel this definitely isn't done and dusted.

 

Fans should play hardball with Sky/BT and cancel their subscriptions.

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I know fixtures were only just out a few days ago but any idea when first lot will be announced by Sky/BT? This on the basis that their initial quota of games to show is the same and they continue with their stance not to show all games. 

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To be honest right now the broadcast companies don’t  want everyone  to get into the habit of not going and watching it all on TV.
 

We all know what ‘The product’ looks like with a empty stadium and it will no doubt look similar with a third of the seats full. 

 

They want to edge you into going back as soon as possible to full capacity stadiums showing the PL at it’s best. I don’t think they would have an issue with showing every game under normal circumstances. 

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