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Sky and BT announce 2015/16 August and September Premier League fixtures

Sky will kick off the 2015/16 season with title defenders Chelsea hosting Swansea City while Manchester United will play Tottenham Hotspur on BT Sport. 

All English Premier League fixtures for August and September have been announced by Sky and BT. Sky has bagged the lion’s share of the Premier League games – 116 matches – while BT Sport will broadcast 38 games this season. 

All of BT’s games announced so far are 12pm Saturday matches, while Sky will be showing Sunday games as well – the first televised Sunday match of the season being Arsenal vs West Ham at 1:30pm. 

Related: The cheapest Sky Sports and BT Sport dealsSky Sports managing director Barney Francis said: “Sky Sports will be live from the home of the champions as another Premier League season kicks off, and with these first seven rounds of games there is much to look forward to.

“In our opening 24 matches we will show every Premier League team, telling the complete story as the season starts to take shape, as well as the big head to heads like Man City vs Chelsea and Man Utd vs Liverpool.”

While BT Sport can’t boast that it’s got quite as big a spread, BT has been able to get all of the Big Four clubs in six games in the early stages of this season. 

On top of this, both of Manchester United’s UEFA Champions League qualifiers will be broadcast on the new BT Sport Europe channel alongside two United home games in August. 

Simon Green, Head of BT Sport, said: “Football fans can look forward to a terrifically exciting start to the season on BT Sport in the Barclays Premier League. BT Sport will be broadcasting matches featuring last season’s top four six times during the Premier League’s opening stages, and they’ll also be seen exclusively live on BT Sport Europe as the European campaign begins.”

The full fixtures for the August and September Premier League games are: 

Sky Sports


  • Chelsea vs Swansea City Sat 8 August 5:30pm
  • Arsenal vs West Ham United Sun 9 August 1:30pm
  • Stoke City vs Liverpool Sun 9 August 4pm
  • West Bromwich Albion vs Manchester City Mon 10 August 8pm
  • Aston Villa vs Manchester United Fri 14 August 7:45pm
  • Crystal Palace vs Arsenal Sun 16 August 1:30pm
  • Manchester City vs Chelsea Sun 16 August 4pm
  • Liverpool vs Bournemouth Mon 17 August 8pm
  • West Bromwich Albion vs Chelsea Sun 23 August 1:30pm
  • Everton vs Manchester City Sun 23 August 4pm
  • Arsenal vs Liverpool Mon 24 August 8pm
  • Tottenham Hotspur vs Everton Sat 29 August 5:30pm
  • Southampton vs Norwich City Sun 30 August 1:30pm
  • Swansea City vs Manchester United Sun 30 August 4pm


  • Manchester United vs Liverpool Sat 12 September 5:30pm
  • Sunderland vs Tottenham Hotspur Sun 13 September 1:30pm
  • Leicester City vs Aston Villa Sun 13 September 4pm
  • West Ham United vs Newcastle United Mon 14 September 8pm
  • Manchester City vs West Ham United Sat 19 September 5:30pm
  • Tottenham Hotspur vs Crystal Palace Sun 20 September 1:30pm
  • Southampton vs Manchester United Sun 20 September 4pm
  • Newcastle United vs Chelsea Sat 26 September 5:30pm
  • Watford vs Crystal Palace Sun 27 September 4pm
  • West Bromwich Albion vs Everton Mon 28 September 8pm

BT Sport


  • Manchester United vs Tottenham Hotspur Sat 8 August 12:45pm
  • Southampton vs Everton Sat 15 August 12pm
  • Manchester United vs Newcastle United Sat 22 August 12pm 
  • Newcastle United vs Arsenal Sat 29 August 12pm


  • Everton vs Chelsea Sat 12 September 12pm
  • Chelsea vs Arsenal Sat 19 September 12pm 
  • Tottenham Hotspur vs Manchester City Sat 26 September 12pm


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