Where can you watch 2022/23 Premier League games on US TV? Television schedule

In the United States, NBC will be showing the 2022/23 Premier League season across four TV channels and a streaming serviceafter last year extending its broadcasting rights to the English top flight until 2026.

Having first begun televising the Premier League in the 2013/14 season, the network is now going into its 10th campaign as the EPL’s official broadcaster in the US.

Watch the Premier League on NBC, USA Network and Peacock

English-language coverage of matches will be spread across the channels NBC and USA Network, and the premium streaming platform Peacock. A subscription to Peacock starts at $4.99 a month/$49.99 a year.

While NBC is a basic cable TV channel, you may have to pay extra to add USA Network to your package. You also have the option of accessing NBC and USA Network on NBCSports.com, or on streaming services such as fuboTV, YouTube TV, Sling TV and DirecTV Stream.

EPL matchdays one and two: where to watch each game

Friday 5 August:

Crystal Palace 0-2 Arsenal – USA Network

Saturday 6 August:

7:30am ET – Fulham vs Liverpool: Peacock
10am ET – Bournemouth vs Aston Villa: Peacock
10am ET – Leeds vs Wolves: Peacock
10am ET – Newcastle United vs Nottingham Forest: Peacock
10am ET – Tottenham Hotspur vs Southampton: Peacock
12:30pm ET – Everton vs Chelsea – USA Network

Sunday 7 August:

9am ET – Leicester City vs Brentford: Peacock
9am ET – Manchester United vs Brighton: Peacock
11:30am ET – West Ham United vs Manchester City: Peacock

Saturday 13 August:

7:30am ET – Aston Villa vs Everton: USA Network
10am ET – Arsenal vs Leicester: Peacock
10am ET – Brighton vs Newcastle: Peacock
10am ET – Man City vs Bournemouth: USA Network
10am ET – Southampton vs Leeds: Peacock
10am ET – Wolves vs Fulham: Peacock
12:30pm ET – Brentford vs Man Utd: NBC

Sunday 14 August:

9am ET: Nottingham Forest v West Ham: USA Network
11:30am Chelsea v Spurs: USA Network

Monday 15 August:

3pm ET: Liverpool v Crystal Palace: USA Network

Drury signs up as lead commentator

Following Arlo White’s departure to join the Saudi-backed LIV Golf tour, former ITV, BT Sport and CBS caller Peter Drury has been brought in as NBC’s new lead Premier League commentator.

“I am thrilled to be joining an NBC Sports team which has established a terrific reputation within the Premier League broadcasting world,” Drury said. “I’ve been so fortunate to work on this fantastic competition since it began. I hope I can play my part in articulating, for an ever-growing American audience, the excitement of its week-by-week narrative.”

Drury will be joined by co-commentators Lee Dixon and Graeme Le Saux, both former England internationals.

Gabriel Martinelli scored the first goal of the new Premier League season, as Arsenal earned an opening-night win over Crystal Palace.

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Gabriel Martinelli scored the first goal of the new Premier League season, as Arsenal earned an opening-night win over Crystal Palace.JUSTIN TALLISAFP

How to watch the Premier League in Spanish

Viewers in the US who want to watch the Premier League with Spanish commentary will be able to do so on the NBC-owned Telemundo and its sister channel, Universo. Andrés Cantor, who joined Telemundo in 2000, will be the lead Spanish-language commentator.

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