04 December 2019 20:39

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Amazon Prime football: How to watch the Premier League on Amazon TV

MOVE over BT and Sky, there's a new kid on the football broadcasting block. Amazon showed their first evening of Premier League football on November 3 and fans were impressed at the 4K streaming, cheap price and ease of access. 1 Amazon began their Prem coverage with two games on Tuesday, December 3 Credit: AFP or licensors You can watch up to three streams with a Prime account - but with six games on at the same time tonight, take a look at the Amazon Goals Centre. What is Goals Centre on Amazon Prime football? AMAZON are new to football broadcasting and on the whole are keeping things very familiar for UK audiences.

Goals Centre is very much like BT's Champions League goal show or the NFL Redzone. As Amazon Prime is streaming only, it allows the company to provide dedicated streams to each game - and the Goals Centre is seperate to these. Hosted by Match of the Day commentator Steve Bower, it will show you every goal to go in around the grounds, as well as any big talking points. Amazon are showing a bumper festive schedule on Boxing Day and the Goals Centre will run for 12 straight hours. If you're not a Prime member, grab a free 30-day trial to see what all the fuss is about.

THERE are six Premier League games being broadcast TONIGHT, December 4. And if you so choose, you could watch one live on your TV whilst playing the Goals Centre on another Amazon device - so you don't miss anything. You can watch up to three simultaneous streams on one Prime account. Amazon Prime football commentators, pundits and presenters: who's fronting the Premier League fixtures Amazon Prime Video has shaken up the Premier League broadcasting landscape - here are all the pundits appearing on their football coverage Clockwise from top left: Alan Shearer, Alex Scott, Harry Redknapp, Thierry Henry, Gabby Logan and Peter Crouch are part of the Amazon Prime team (Photos: Getty Images) For fans, who have already had to fork out for Sky and BT Sport subscriptions to keep abreast of the action, it may seem like yet another expense (although, as explained here, it is possible to catch all the games for free...). Instead of staggering the 20 games it secured broadcast rights for, almost all of Amazon's fixtures clash with at least one other - it is streaming nine on Boxing Day alone.

Amazon is the latest company to take a slice of the Premier League broadcasting pie (Photo: Getty Images) The quality (or otherwise) of the commentary and analysis can make or break the experience of watching football on the TV - so here's are all the pundits involved in Amazon Prime Video's coverage. Who is involved in the Amazon Prime football coverage? The streaming service has amassed a veritable who's who of broadcasting talent, with plenty of familiar faces from Sky Sports, Match of the Day and ITV Sport. Fronting the broadcasts themselves we have Gabby Logan, Eilidh Barbour and Jim Rosenthal, a veteran of eight World Cups with ITV. Among the names at the commentary coalface you can expect the soothingly familiar tones of Jon Champion, Guy Mowbray and Clive Tyldsley who, thrillingly, will be reunited with his ITV sidekick Andy "not for me Clive" Townsend. Familiar ITV duo Andy Townsend (L) and Clive Tyldesley are eunited on Amazon Prime (Photo: Getty Images) He is joined on the co-commentary roster by the likes of Ally McCoist, Sue Smith and Glenn Hoddle. As it customary, the biggest names appear not in the gantry itself, but in the cossetted environs of the Amazon Prime studios. There, casting their expert eye will be such luminaries as Michael Owen, Peter Crouch, former King of the Jungle Harry Redknapp, Alex Scott, Alan Shearer and Thierry Henry. That's not all, though - here is the full 43-strong cohort of presenters, commentators and analysis appearing on Amazon Prime's coverage: Matt Smith Full list of Premier League fixtures on Amazon Prime Video: Crystal Palace v AFC Bournemouth - 7.30pm kick-off Burnley v Man City- 8.15pm Leicester City v Watford - 7.30pm Man Utd v Tottenham Hotspur - 7.30pm Southampton v Norwich City - 7.30pm Arsenal v Brighton & Hove Albion - 8.15pm Tottenham Hotspur v Brighton & Hove Albion - 12.30pm Aston Villa v Norwich City - 3pm Man Utd v Newcastle United - 5.30pm Leicester City v Liverpool - 8pm Amazon Prime enter the live football broadcaster arena on Tuesday night to a fairly positive response. Crystal Palace vs Bournemouth was the first match to be shown on the platform - which Jeff Schlupp grabbing the only goal to give the 10-man Eagles a victory which sent them up to fifth in the Premier League. Manchester City started slightly later and also worked well on Amazon - as Pep Guardiola's side tasted a 4-1 victory over Burnley at Turf Moor. What matches are on Amazon Prime? Man United vs Tottenham (19:30) Sheffield United vs Newcastle (19:30) Aston Villa vs Norwich (15:00) Sheffield United vs Watford (15:00) Man United vs Newcastle (17:30) Wolves vs Man City (19:45) Amazon Prime streams could be 45 seconds behind the events in the stadium. Social media reaction to Amazon Prime One said: "Amazon prime is already streets ahead of sky and BT ffs". "@primevideosport both games working fine via Amazon app on my Samsung Smart TV and I only have 16 Mbs download / 1 Mbs upload speeds #PrimeVideo," a second said. A third added: "The Amazon Prime video premier picture quality is far better than @btsport 4K coverage. How to watch on Amazon Prime? If you are a subscriber, you can tune in via your phone or tablet by downloading the Prime Video app. Alternatively, if you are watching on laptop, just visit the Amazon Prime website. The matches come at no added cost for existing Prime members. After the trial, Prime membership costs £7.99 per month or a £79 for a year. Premier League action is back with some midweek fixtures tonight. And all the action will be streamed live on Amazon Prime - a first for the 2019/20 season. Express Sport has all the details on how to watch your team's match on the service. Amazon football: How do I get Amazon Prime on TV Amazon Prime football not working: How to fix your Amazon TV device Also taking place at 7.30pm is Chelsea vs Aston Villa, Wolverhampton Wanders vs West Ham and Southampton vs Norwich City. Leicester will also face Watford in the last clash of the earlier kick off time.