How to watch Premier League football on Amazon Prime, December 2021

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Now in its third season of showing Premier League coverage, streaming service Amazon Prime Video will be streaming its latest batch of live action EPL games with all 10 Premier League live streams available on Prime Video between December 28-30. There are some tasty fixtures including Leicester vs Liverpool so make sure to sign-up to Prime for free and get your free footy games too.

This week's action also includes Ralf Rangnick's Manchester United hosting relegation strugglers Burnley. Plus there's another of the season's Benitez derbies in Everton vs Newcastle.

Chelsea face something of a test as they look to get back to winning ways while trying to fend off Brighton. Tottenham get on the road to Southampton with some  Conte-inspired spring in their step, and the season's big improvers, West Ham, look to keep up the push for the Champions League spots when they take on Watford away

Below, we’ll show you how to get in on the action and live stream Premier League football on Amazon Prime for all the biggest fixtures - and in some cases, you can even watch free! Just make sure to keep your eyes on the Amazon Prime fixtures list in case of any covid cancelations.

Why can I now watch Premier League on Amazon Prime? 

The retailer-turned-video streaming service snapped up the broadcast rights for two gameweeks' worth of Premier League fixtures per season back in June 2018, with rights that will take them all the way through to 2022.

While the value of the deal has never been officially disclosed, its reported to have set Amazon back upwards of £90million.

Last season saw Amazon being granted permission to show additional games thanks to the Covid-19 pandemic, which caused huge swathes of fixtures to be played behind closed doors. This season things are back to normal, with the streaming service once again showing fixtures from two game weeks - one in late November/early December and the second during the Christmas Bank Holiday period.

When will the Premier League be on Amazon Prime? 

The next run of games available to stream live on Amazon Prime will be during 'Chrimbo limbo' between December 28 to December 30.

Unlike regular old-fashioned TV, Amazon Prime isn’t restricted to individual channels and offers an unlimited list of separate live streams for each match. When several games are on at the same time, you’ll be able to switch between live streams of each match from the menu.

There's a full list of the fixtures further down this page.

Amazon Prime Premier League Fixtures

December 28

3pm Arsenal v Wolves

3pm Crystal Palace v Norwich City

3pm Southampton v Tottenham Hotspur

3pm Watford v West Ham United

5.30pm Leeds United v Aston Villa

8pm Leicester City v Liverpool

December 29

7.30pm Chelsea v Brighton & Hove Albion

8.15pm Brentford v Man City

December 30

7.30pm Everton vs Manchester United

8.15pm Manchester United vs Burnley

How do I sign up to Amazon Prime? 

To watch all this festive footy goodness you’ll need to be an Amazon Prime subscriber. You can sign up here - a year’s subscription costs £79 a year or £7.99 a month.

Amazon Premier League games

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How do I watch Premier League on Amazon Prime? 

One of the great things about Amazon Prime is the wide array of options for accessing the service - Amazon offer apps across all types of smart devices. 

If you've got a TV, Blu-ray player or other media player from the last couple of years chances are it'll have the Amazon Prime Video app either pre-installed or available from its app store. There are also bespoke apps for Android and iOS. And while this time last year we decried the lack of a Windows 10 app, that's now been added for those wanting to watch on their PCs.

Can I live stream Premier League for free?

Christmas will be coming early if you’re a thrifty sports fan that’s new to Amazon Prime. That’s because Amazon offers a 30-day free trial to those signing up to the service for the first time.

That means you can sign up at the start of the month and you’ll be able to watch all of the service’s matches over the festive period for nada!

What else do I get with Amazon Prime? 

Getting access to Amazon’s video streaming service isn’t the only perk of being a Prime member. 

The key benefit is unlimited one-day (and for some areas same-day) delivery on millions of eligible items from the Amazon web store. 

You also get access to exclusive Amazon deals (especially around Amazon Prime Day), unlimited photo storage on Amazon Cloud Drive with Prime Photos, plus exclusive access to Prime Music to stream or download tracks and albums. 

And that’s just the tip of an Amazon-sized iceberg – you can check the full list of benefits here

Can I watch EPL on Amazon Prime video from abroad?

In Much like Netflix, iPlayer, Disney Plus and pretty much every other TV streaming service, you can expect your viewing pleasure to be curtailed by geo-blocking, That is, you can't watch your usual catalog of shows and streams when overseas.

So if you’re away from the UK but still want to watch the football on your Prime account, then your best option is to download and install a VPN and then log in to a UK IP address.


We've tested all of the major VPN services and we rate ExpressVPN as the absolute greatest out there. It's compatible with loads of devices (e.g. Amazon Fire TV Stick, Apple TV, Xbox and PS4) and streaming services, ranks amongst the fastest and most secure, and even has an available 30-day money back guarantee so that you can effectively try before you buy. That said, an annual plan currently has 49% off and three months extra free which is much better value.

And one of the things we like most about ExpressVPN is the super helpful 24/7 customer service. If you're having any problems at all connecting, they'll be on hand to sort you out.

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Once signed up, you just need to open up the app, find yourself a UK server and then watch Amazon Prime as if you were back at home. It's really that easy.

Kevin Lynch

Kevin Lynch is a London-born, Dublin-based writer and journalist. The author of Steve Jobs: A Biographic Portrait, Kevin is a regular feature writer for a number of tech sites and the former Technology Editor for the Daily Mirror. He has also served as editor of and has been a member of the judging panel for the BAFTA British Academy Video Game Awards. Alongside reviewing the latest AV gear, smartphones and computers, Kevin also specialises in music tech and can often be found putting the latest DAWs, MIDI controllers and guitar modellers through their paces. Born within the sound of Bow Bells, Kevin is also a lifelong West Ham fan for his troubles.