Premier League secures £6.7bn record TV deal with Amazon for exclusive live game rights

Get ready for more Premier League action than ever before as Sky Sports secures a record-breaking deal worth £6.7 billion to show a minimum of 215 matches per season. TNT Sports also snags a package of 52 games, while Amazon opts out of bidding for any new packages.

The Premier League’s latest domestic rights agreement will see Sky Sports screen up to 100 matches a season more than it currently does. Maintaining the coveted Super Sunday 4.30pm slot, Sky Sports will also broadcast all 10 final-day matches for the first time. Meanwhile, TNT Sports retains the 12.30pm Saturday slot and full coverage of two midweek match rounds.

With all matches outside of those scheduled for 3pm Saturday now set to be screened live, there’s never been a better time to be a football fan. And with Match of the Day continuing to bring you highlights of all 380 Premier League matches, it’s clear that the excitement and energy of the game will be more accessible than ever.

The Premier League’s chief executive, Richard Masters, expressed his delight at the new deals with Sky Sports and TNT Sports, as well as the continuation of the partnership with BBC Sport, ensuring that fans of all ages can continue to enjoy the world’s most competitive football.

Overall, the outcome of this new agreement underscores the Premier League’s strength and is a testament to the commitment of clubs, players, and managers, as well as the passionate supporters who make the game what it is. So get ready to experience more football action, drama, and excitement in the years to come!

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