WATCH: Premier League TV schedule – Week 1


Boy, it’s good to have the Premier League back!

The 2014-15 season is upon as and below is the full TV schedule and details of how you can watch every game live on your TV.s tablets or online via NBC Sports.

On Saturday Manchester United kick things off against Swansea live on NBCSN at 7:45 a.m. ET. Coming your way at 10 a.m. ET, new boys Leicester City welcome Everton to the King Power Stadium on NBCSN, then Arsenal and managerless Crystal Palace clash at the Emirates Stadium on NBC at 12:30 p.m. ET.

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Then on Sunday last seasons runners up Liverpool welcome Southampton to Anfield, watch that live on NBCSN at 8:30 a.m. ET. After that match the show continues up to Newcastle as reigning champions Manchester City kick off their title defense at St. James’ park at 11 a.m. ET on NBCSN. Week one will finish off with new boys Burnley welcoming Chelsea to the hostile confides of Turf Moor on NBCSN at 3 p.m. ET.

You can watch NBC Sports Group for our feature games and watch every single second of every single game live this season online via NBC Sports Live Extra and the NBC Sports Live Extra App.Via your TV you can watch the games live on Premier League Extra Time. If you’re looking for full-event replays of Premier League games, you can find them here. They are available soon after the final whistle, but rights limit us to a certain number each week.

Here’s your full TV schedule for the coming days. Enjoy.



7:45 a.m. ET: Manchester United vs. Swansea City – NBCSN
10:00 a.m. ET: Leicester City vs. Everton – NBCSN
10:00 a.m. ET: Stoke City vs Aston Villa – Premier League Extratime
10:00 a.m. ET:  Queens Park Rangers vs. Hull City – Premier League Extratime 
10:00 a.m. ET: West Brom vs. Sunderland – Premier League Extratime 
10:00 a.m. ET:  West Ham vs. Tottenham – Premier League Extratime 
12:30 p.m. ET: Arsenal vs. Crystal Palace – NBC


8:30 a.m. ET: Liverpool vs. Southampton – NBCSN
11:00 a.m. ET: Newcastle United vs. Manchester City – NBCSN


3:00 p.m. ET: Burnley vs. Chelsea – NBCSN

MLS Snapshot: Orlando City SC 2-1 Montreal Impact

Cyle Larin, Orlando City SC

The game in 100 words (or less): For weeks, it was a widely held belief that the Montreal Impact would snatch up the sixth and final playoff place in the Eastern Conference with little or no resistance from their opposition. As they went six games unbeaten (four wins), all looked to be setting up perfect for the club that fired Frank Klopas midseason, but there was another team in the race for sixth that kept winning themselves: Orlando City SC. On Saturday night, Montreal and Orlando City faced off at the Citrus, with the expansion Lions claiming their fourth-straight victory with a 2-1 triumph. Montreal now holds a one-point lead on Orlando in the race for sixth, and have two games in hand, but it’s no longer a foregone conclusion L’Impact will qualify for the playoffs no resistance whatsoever.

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Three moments that mattered

33′ — Bush’s mistake gifts Larin the opening goal — Larin did what your taught to do as a striker — “put it on frame, test the goalkeeper” — but in no universe does a shot so feeble have any business finding the back of the net. Evan Bush has been great this year. Hopefully (for Montreal’s sake), this howler doesn’t turn into the yips with the playoffs looming.

43′ — Hall’s “mistake” gifts Oduro an equalizer — Dominic Oduro equalized in the 43rd minute, when he took the ball out of the hands of Tally Hall and smashed it into the back of the net, but the goal should have been disallowed due to Hall having full control of the ball.

80′ — Hines hits the winner for Orlando — Seb Hines put the ball back into the mixer and just so happened to find the back of the net in the 80th minute. Sometimes that’s all it takes.

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Man of the match: Seb Hines

Goalscorers: Larin (33′), Oduro (43′), Hines (80′)

MLS Snapshot: NY Red Bulls 2-1 Columbus Crew SC

Bradley Wright-Phillips, New York Red Bulls
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The game in 100 words (or less): Two weeks in a row Columbus Crew SC have had a chance to go top of the Eastern Conference with a victory, and two weeks in a row Crew SC have failed to take a single point from massively important fixtures. Their latest defeat, a 2-1 humbling at the hands of the East-leading New York Red Bulls, started so well for Gregg Berhalter’s side, but was undone by a pair of costly, comedic defensive errors that allowed Lloyd Sam and Bradley Wright-Phillips (15th of the season) to erase an early deficit (Justin Meram) and win all three points. The result not only keeps the Red Bulls top of the East, but gives them a three- and four-point cushion with three and two games in hand on their nearest competitors., D.C. United and New England Revoltion respectively. For Crew SC, they’re four points back of the Red Bulls in fourth place, one point ahead of fifth-place Toronto FC, who have a game in hand.

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Three moments that mattered

9′ — Meram pokes it past Robles for an early lead — Meram “earned” his goal all the way back in midfield, when the Iraqi international’s mazy run took a routine turnover inside Crew SC’s defensive half and turned it into a dangerous counter-attacking opportunity. Harrison Afful overlapped and provided the cross for Meram to send home.

12′ — Sam capitalizes on multiple mistakes to equalize — Crew SC pass the ball out of the back. They don’t boot it forward to clear. It’s just what they do. Sometimes, that’ll bite you. When your goalkeeper and right back both have blunders clearing the ball 10 seconds apart, you probably deserve to concede an ugly, scrappy goal.

21′ — Wright-Phillips capitalizes on more defensive gaffes — See the above description for Red Bulls goal no. 1.

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Man of the match: Damien Perrinelle

Goalscorers: Meram (9′), Sam (12′), Wright-Phillips (21′)