Football fans may travel all over the world, but most never want to miss a second of a Premier League game.
Whether you’re traveling for work or on vacation, there are multiple broadcasters and live stream services that will provide you with everything you need to watch Premier League fixtures this season.
Here’s how you can keep up to speed with the action no matter where you are around the world.
Sky Sports have been broadcasting Premier League football matches since 1992, when they purchased the live rights to the newly formed competition for £304m. It is the most established group of sports channels in the United Kingdom and Ireland.
BT Sport have been Sky’s main rivals since 2013, though they show considerably fewer live games than their competitors.
Amazon Prime Video are newer to the party but are backed by one of the world’s biggest companies. They secured UK rights to broadcast 20 live Premier League games from the 2019/20 season on a three year deal – that deal has since been extended until the end of the 2024/25 term.