Premier League Live Streaming EPL 2017: Here are the best deals and cheapest packages to watch Barclays / English premier league online this season 2017-18. It includes Sky Sports, BT Sport, and Virgin Media for TV, iPhone, iPad, Android, and PCs (Windows & Mac). Let’s dig deep into it.
With the kick start of the English Premier League 2017-18 season, on 11th of August, you might be in quandary as to where to watch the whole extravaganza. So, here we are with the cheapest possible ways to get the game on your screen, live with the in vogue tag of High Definition.
Premier League Live Streaming: Watch EPL 2017 Online
- 1 Premier League Live Streaming: Watch EPL 2017 Online
- 2 How To Watch Premier League Online
Before we go ahead it may be crucial to know some of the technical stuff regarding the event’s broadcasting rights. It’s a well-known fact that Sky along with BT has got the sole legit rights to broadcast the games on their network. Stats say that these guys in together shelled out £5.1 billion to get the rights in their kitty.
Both will be provided to view the games in 4K and Ultra HD. And they seem to have left no stone unturned with the providence of newly introduced 3D sound bound by BT while guys at sky have made sure that your ears get the best with Dolby Atoms.
Sky has got the bigger chunk as they will be showing 126 matches for the ongoing season, while BT will have to contend itself with just 42 games of Saturday evenings. Sky Sports will do EFL coverage and will show 127 matches across the Championship, League 1 and League 2 in 2017-18.
BT will also show the six mid-week matches and has rights to Champions League, Serie A and FA Cup games.
Premier League Schedule: Fixtures List 19th August 2017
- Man City vs Liverpool
- Arsenal vs Bournemouth
- Leicester City vs Chelsea
- Southampton vs Watford
- Everton vs Tottenham
- Brighton vs West Brom
- Stoke City vs Man United
Also lets have a look at the teams who all will be playing this season.
|Brighton & Hove Albion||Brighton|
|Crystal Palace||South Norwood, London|
|Newcastle United||Newcastle upon Tyne|
|Tottenham Hotspur||Wembley, London|
|West Bromwich Albion||West Bromwich|
|West Ham United||Olympic Park, London|
How To Watch Premier League Online
With that done, lets come back to agenda in talks. How to watch these games? Here we have talked in detail about all the options available from both the brands in question.
EPL Live Stream: Sky Sports breakdown
These guys have got different tailor made plans for both first-time users and the old trusted lot. Let’s have a look at both the concepts.
New users: You can start your pack with as less as just £22 a month and opt to add in an £18 a month Sky Sports Premier League subscription and you’re looking at £40 a month. That’s all. You are good to go.
Existing Sky customers – This year, Sky is offering its existing customers the chance to add Sky Sports to their package from £18 a month, or £10 a month if you already subscribe to Sky Cinema.
Along with that, users have got the option to enhance the viewing experience using services like Sky Go app or Now TV. With the former one, a smartphone app available across all the platforms, one can watch live TV on the small screen of his or her phone comfortably.
The Now TV option: Barclays Premier League Live Streaming
This service from the Sky, accessible through plethora of devices like Windows, Mac, Android, iOS, Xbox 360, Xbox One, PS3, PS4, YouView, Roku, EE TV, Apple TV, LG Smart TV, Google Chromecast, Kindle Fire HD and Blu-ray players, has got the concept of pay-as-you-go.
To put it in nutshell, you just have to pay only for what you are viewing and not for the set of whole unwanted things. You can opt to pay £6.99 for 24 hours, £10.99 per week, or £33.99 a month. So, now you have the option to pay only on the days your team comes on the ground.
English Premier League Live Streaming: Sky Sports Mobile TV
The Sky Sports Mobile TV app is available on iOS and Android and costs £5.99 a month for a pack that gives you mobile access to Live TV on a handful of Sky Sports channels including, crucially, Sky Sports Premier League.
Premier League Live Streaming: BT breakdown
If you are a starter, you will have to just shell out £16.75 a month and will have access to 80 Freeview TV channels, plus free access to BT Sport 1, 2, 3 and ESPN for 12 months. This is only SD viewing.
Upgrading to HD is free for three months, then costs £5 a month. And if you want access to the BT Sport 4K Ultra HD channel, you’ll need a Max bundle, which start at £44.99 a month.
Adding Sky Sports Main Event and Sky Sports Extra to any BT TV bundle will cost £22 a month for SD or £27.99 for HD – the same as getting the boost to BT Sport with Sky.
Barclays Premier League live Streaming: BT Sport App
This app is also available across all the platforms and you can sign up to access the app for £5 per month.
Here are some more free and paid channels throughout the world.
- Match TV (Russia)
- Fubo TV (USA, Free 7-day Trial)
- Sky Sports (UK)
- BT Sport (UK)
- BBC (Highlights, free, UK)
- BeIN Sports (Middle East)
- Star Sports (India)
- Optus Sports (Australia)
- SBS (Australia, Selected Games)
- Canal Plus (France)
- NBC Live Sports Extra (USA)
- Super Sport (South Africa)
- Sky Deutschland (Germany)
- Fox (Italy)
- Viaplay (Sweden)
- TV2 Sumo (Norway)
- TV3 (Denmark)
- Sportsnet (Canada)
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