The top flight of English football has never been held in higher regard. The popularity of Premier League betting has also gone through the roof in recent years, as have attendance and viewership levels. Every country has its own designated TV rights holder, which shows live matches every weekend. But there are a number of websites that also allow you to stream the action from any device you like. 

The first thing we would suggest, however, is that you download a VPN unless you’re already located in the UK. A VPN makes it look as if users are located in a different country than the one they are actually located in, opening one up to a whole host of different streaming options. VPNs are extremely well-priced, and there are plenty of different companies providing the service, so you should check out which VPN is right for you. 

Once you have your VPN set up, you should check out these websites, which provide live Premier League streaming. And if you would prefer, DigitalConnecting also has a list of free streaming sites available as well. 

Now TV 

Now TV is a subsidiary of BSkyB, the Premier League rights holder in the United Kingdom. Ruper Murdoch’s company paid an eye-watering £3.6bn to broadcast 128 live games back in 2018. But if you don’t wish to pay a monthly Sky Sports membership, then NowTV is perfect for you. The new streaming service allows users to purchase day, week, and monthly passes so that they can watch their favourite teams in action without having to sign a contract agreeing to pay a monthly subscription. 

Should you wish to sign a subscription, then the streaming service currently has an offer, allowing you to subscribe for a full calendar year for £21 per month, down from the usual price of £34.99. 

Amazon Prime Video

Another streaming service that has recently acquired the rights to broadcast certain Premier League matches is Amazon Prime Video. Jeff Bezos’ global giant recently had the exclusive rights to the top-of-the-table clash between Arsenal and Manchester City at the Emirates Stadium, a clash that was won by the visitors courtesy of goals from Kevin de Bruyne, Jack Grealish and Erling Haaland. 

The American company will broadcast 20 games per season, and those games are usually ones that wouldn’t be televised, such as games taking place on Boxing Day or New Year’s Day. But whereas with Now Tv, the sports subscription alone is £21 per month, you can take full advantage of Prime Video’s huge library for just £5.99 per month.