Premier League: when and where to watch the Boxing Day matches
One of the most important dates of the festive period is Boxing Day, the marathon of football matches that the Premier League gifts every 26th December. A day when this year there will be 9 matches split across 4 different time slots.
When and where to watch the Boxing Day fixtures
The Boxing Day Premier League matches will take place throughout the afternoon (CET). To start, Tottenham will welcome Brighton to the Tottenham Stadium at 13:00.
After the match, the majority of the matches will take place at 16:00. There will be 6 games on at the same time: Everton v Burnley, Sheffield United v Watford, Crystal Palace v West Ham, Chelsea v Southampton, Aston Villa v Norwich City and Bournemouth v Arsenal.
To round things off there will be 2 matches in the evening. Manchester United will play Newcastle at 18:30, and that will be followed by the big game of the matchday at 21:00, league leaders Liverpool away to 2nd place Leicester at the King Power Stadium.
In the UK, all matches will be shown on Amazon Prime, in the USA, matches will be shown by NBC on their different channels, while the Manchester United game will also be broadcast on Telemundo. The Liverpool game will also be shown on the 2 previous channels as well as UNIVERSO.
In Nigeria, fans will be able to watch Tottenham on SuperSport 3 Africa, DStv Now and Canal + Sport 2 Afrique; Arsenal on SuperSport 4 Africa and DStv Now; Chelsea on DStv Now and SuperSport 3 Africa; Manchester United on DStv Now, Canal + Sport 2 Afrique and SuperSport 3 Africa; and Liverpool on SuperSport 3 Africa, Canal + Sport 2 Afrique and DStv Now.
In Ghana, Tottenham, Arsenal, Chelsea, Manchester United and Liverpool will be shown on DStv Now, Tottenham, Chelsea, Manchester United and Liverpool will also be on SuperSport 3 Africa and SuperSport Maximo, while the Tottenham and Liverpool games can be seen on Canal + Sport 2 Afrique too. The Arsenal game will be on SuperSport 4 Africa aswell.