Finally there's something to shout about for sports fans with live sport gradually returning around the globe.
Sports fans rejoice! Over the past few days live sport has slowly been returning in a number of different fields with plenty more to come in the following weeks. Check out the upcoming schedule plus when and where to watch below.
It’s almost here! The Premier League returns on Wednesday the 17th of June with Aston Villa and Sheffield United set to kick things off. Sky Sports will be broadcasting the majority of the games with 64 matches in total including 25 free to air on Sky Pick. BT Sport have the rights to 20 games while BBC will be airing 4 free live fixtures for the first time ever. Amazon Prime will also air 4 games for free, fans will not need a Prime membership to view the games on Prime Video.
Spain’s premier competition is set to return this week with the Seville derby between Sevilla and Real Betis on Thursday the 11th of June at 9pm. If you’re an existing Sky customer you can watch La Liga for free on Premier Sports for the entire month of June, to register for this promotion visit the Premier Sports website here. Non Sky customers can also avail of this promotion and watch the games for free online via La Liga TV, to register for this offer visit here.
England’s second tier returns on Saturday the 20th of June with a vast number of games shown live on Sky Sports. The football league have also teamed up with iFollow giving fans the chance to view every remaining game of their selected team via the iFollow app. Check out the EFL website here for more info.
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The Bundesliga returned on Saturday the 16th of May to the delight of football fans acros the world. You can watch heavyweights Bayern Munchen and Borussia Dortmund slug it out for the title with BT Sport showing every remaining game until the season ends. Check out the upcoming fixture list here.
There’s more good news for football fans with last weekend marking the beginning of South Korea’s premier competition the K League. One game will be streamed live on COPA90’s Youtube channel each week. Keep an eye on COPA90’S Twitter to see which live game will be shown next.
Welcome back, football. ⚽️❤️
The @kleague takes the first steps to returning to competitive action, albeit with strict COVID-19 precaution laws, giving us a glimpse into the future of football restrictions for us all.
And you can watch it right here, in full, with us. 📺⚽️🇰🇷 pic.twitter.com/WAaNsdXbLm
— COPA90 (@Copa90) May 6, 2020
After a two month hiatus Nascar made its return with the NASCAR Cup Series Race at Darlington Raceway on Monday the 18th of May. You can view the schedule and follow the action live on Premier Sports 2.