2014/15 Premier League TV Schedule on BT Sport

2014/15 Premier League TV Schedule on BT Sport


The BT Sport 2014/15 Premier League TV schedule has been released, with the English broadcasters securing a number of key top flight games before the end of November.


Rivaling Sky Sports is no easy task, and while BT Sport have only secured 12 games in the first four months (compared to the 43 snatched up by Sky), most of the matches are mouth-watering affairs sure to generate considerable viewership.


Arsenal vs current champions Manchester City on 13th September is theirs to show, as is the first Merseyside derby of the season on the 27th September. Manchester City vs Tottenham (which always throws up goals) crops up mid-October, while Liverpool vs Chelsea on the 8th November is sure to be a cracker!

All but two of the matches feature teams from the top seven, with BT Sport very much taken seriously in the broadcasting world.

Check out the first 12 games scheduled before the end of November, and be sure to check back in the near future for the full BT Sport 2014/15 Premier League TV schedule:

Manchester United v Swansea – Sat 16 – 12:45pm – BT Sport
Aston Villa v Newcastle United – Sat 23 – 12:45pm – BT Sport
Burnley v Manchester United – Sat 30 – 12:45pm – BT Sport

Arsenal v Manchester City – Sat 13 – 12:45 – BT Sport
Queens Park Rangers v Stoke City – Sep 20 – 12.45pm – BT Sport
Liverpool v Everton – Sat 27 – 12:45pm – BT Sport

Manchester Utd v Everton – Sun 5 – 12pm – BT Sport
Manchester City v Tottenham Hotspur – Sat 18 – 12.45pm – BT Sport
West Ham United v Manchester City – Sat 25 – 12:45pm – BT Sport

Newcastle v Liverpool – Sat 1 – 12:45pm – BT Sport
Liverpool v Chelsea – Sat 8 – 12:45pm – BT Sport
West Bromwich Albion v Arsenal – Sat 29 – 12:45pm – BT Sport

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