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BT Sport Live Premier League TV football fixtures as it happens at The Little Beech on New Years Day

Customers at the Little Beech can now enjoy a whopping 21 live Premier League fixtures across December and January, including the entire first round of games to be played in 2020. Subject to change – Last updated: 17 October 2019 – 5.24pm

The Little Beech is celebrating 2020 in style by giving our customers the opportunity to see  Premier League games live on New Year’s Day.


Manchester United’s trip to Arsenal (8pm kick off) will round off an exceptional day of wall-to-wall live top flight coverage on Wednesday 1 January.

Other standout fixtures are >Chelsea’s trip to the south coast to face Brighton & Hove Albion (12.30pm kick off) and champions Manchester City’s home clash with >Everton (5.30pm kick off).

In an added bonus, our customers will be able to watch all the goals as they go in during the 3pm and 5.30pm kick-offs in a special edition of BT Sport Score (2.45pm-7.45pm).

Then on Thursday 2 January, Liverpool round off the bumper New Year’s Day programme as they host newly promoted Sheffield United (8pm kick off) in what promises to be a captivating night under the lights at Anfield.

Here are the New Year’s fixtures in full:

The announcement comes as BT Sport releases its full Premier League picks for December and January, with an incredible 21 fixtures lined up.

Chelsea, Liverpool, Arsenal and Man Utd will all be shown live in December in an intriguing set of Saturday fixtures.

Frank Lampard’s Blues travel to Everton on 7 December, Liverpool host Watford on 14 December, Arsenal visit Goodison Park on 21 December and Man Utd travel to Burnley for the late kick-off on 28 December.

The quartet of fixtures add to an already mouth-watering December of live football on BT Sport, with the first pair sandwiched between the potentially decisive matchday six of the UEFA Champions League and UEFA Europa League.

Seven Premier League teams (plus Celtic and Rangers) will all be in action, with every single game in both competitions shown exclusively live across our platforms.

BT Sport will also be showing seven more live Premier League games in January after New Year’s Day, in addition to a host of Emirates FA Cup third and fourth-round action.

Crystal Palace host Arsenal in a London derby on Saturday 11 January and Watford play Tottenham at Vicarage Road on Saturday 18 January.

BT Sport is also broadcasting a huge set of midweek fixtures in late January.

Sheffield Utd v Man City and Chelsea v Arsenal take place on Tuesday 21 January, Leicester v West Ham, with Man Utd v Burnley on Wednesday 22 January and Wolves v Liverpool on Thursday 23 January.

For details of BT Sport’s upcoming live Premier League schedule, check out our Live on BT Sport page.

“BT Sport has some fantastic sporting action in December and January, including thrilling Premier League clashes involving all the title contenders and relegation candidates,” said Simon Green, head of BT Sport.

“And on BT Sport, at New Year, fans will for the first time be able to sit back and enjoy the entire 1 January round of Premier League matches, live.

“Meanwhile, in January our customers can look forward to exclusively live coverage of Emirates FA Cup matches, and, rugby’s Heineken Champions Cup.”

Customers can also look forward to analysis and debate from – among others – Rio Ferdinand, Peter Crouch, Joe Cole, Robin van Persie, Karen Carney, Steve McManaman, Glenn Hoddle, Rachel Brown-Finnis and Michael Owen.

There’s no better time to join us for a beer or three each at The Little Beech! Ahead of a mammoth set of Premier League, Champions League and Europa League fixtures.

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