When the Premier League returns later this month, the BBC will screen a top-flight English football match live for the first time since showing Arsenal’s 2-1 win at Tottenham in 1988.

1988:  Alan Smith of Arsenal takes on Gary Mabbutt of Tottenham Hotspur during a match at White Hart Lane in London. Arsenal won the match 2-1.  Credit: Simon  Bruty/Allsport
1988: Alan Smith of Arsenal takes on Gary Mabbutt of Tottenham Hotspur during a match at White Hart Lane in London. Arsenal won the match 2-1. Credit: Simon Bruty/Allsport

The BBC have been given four matches to show for free to the public and they will kick-off with Bournemouth v Crystal Palace on Saturday, 20 June. No time has been set, yet.

While all the remaining Premier League matches will be shown live, BT Sport is the only broadcaster are not offering any of their games for free.

In total, 33 of the remaining 92 matches will be free to watch.

Where the remaining games will be shown

Sky Sports

  • 64 matches, 24 free to air.

BT Sport

  • 20 matches, 0 free to air.

Amazon

  • 4 matches, 4 free to air.

BBC

  • 4 matches, 4 free to air.