The world’s most popular sports channel has announced it will broadcast live streaming of all live Premier League matches live on ESPN in the United Kingdom.ESPN will stream every match live at 9 p.m.
ET on Saturday, Aug. 30, starting with the London derby between Manchester United and Liverpool.ESPN’s SportsCenter app will show replays of the match, as well as highlight video of the game, in its live stream section.
It will also offer live analysis, including statistics, stats and more.ESPN says its live streaming service is the first to be available in the European Union, and the first worldwide live stream in a U.S. market.
It joins Twitch and WatchESPN in offering streaming rights to English Premier League games.
ESPN has also launched an ESPN Premium service that offers premium content for $15 a month.ESPN is also offering a free live stream for the final day of the Champions League Final, which takes place on Friday, Aug, 30.
ESPN will air live coverage of that match on ESPN2, and ESPN’s streaming service will also be available to stream that match.ESPN also has a Premier League live stream available to watch in select markets across the U of A. ESPN2 will broadcast the final five games of the Premier League season on Aug. 28, with coverage also available on ESPN’s digital platforms.ESPN3 will also stream the Final Six of the FA Cup Final on Saturday night.ESPN has also added a Premier Women’s Super League live streams to its streaming platform.
The stream will start at 9:30 p.t.
ET.ESPN2 will offer live streaming for the U-23s vs. U.C.L.A. match on Friday night, Aug 28.
The live stream will also include commentary, including analysis, stats, stats & more.