Sky TV Premier League Fixtures 2014-15 Announced


Now that the World Cup is over, football's attention once again turns to the domestic league with Sky TV revealing its Barclays Premier League live match schedule for the first four months of the 2014-15 season.

The schedule includes all of last season’s top four at least six times and every club at least three times. Viewers can also look forward to seeing seven live Manchester United fixtures - including Louis van Gaal’s toughest tests against Manchester City, Arsenal and Chelsea.

Arsenal and Crystal Palace will kick off the new Sky TV Premier League schedules

Premier League champions City begin their title defence away to Newcastle United on Sunday 17 August but before that Arsenal will kick off the new season when they host Crystal Palace at the Emirates on Saturday 16 August.

See the full schedule below:


Arsenal v Crystal Palace, Sat 16 5:30pm

Liverpool v Southampton, Sun 17 1:30pm

Newcastle United v Manchester City, Sun 17 4pm

Burnley v Chelsea, Mon 18 8pm

Everton v Arsenal, Sat 23 5:30pm

Hull City v Stoke City, Sun 24 1:30pm

Sunderland v Manchester United, Sun 24 4pm

Manchester City v Liverpool, Mon 25 8pm

Everton v Chelsea, Sat 30 5:30pm

Tottenham Hotspur v Liverpool, Sun 31 1:30pm

Leicester City v Arsenal, Sun 31 4pm


Liverpool v Aston Villa, Sat 13 5:30pm

Manchester United v Queens Park Rangers, Sun 14 4pm

Hull City v West Ham United, Mon 15 8pm

West Ham United v Liverpool, Sat 20 5:30pm

Leicester City v Manchester United, Sun 21 1:30pm

Manchester City v Chelsea, Sun 21 4pm

Arsenal v Tottenham Hotspur, Sat 27 5:30pm

West Bromwich Albion v Burnley, Sun 28 4pm

Stoke City v Newcastle United, Mon 29 8pm


Aston Villa v Manchester City, Sat 4 5:30pm

Chelsea v Arsenal, Sun 5 2:05pm

West Ham United v Queens Park Rangers, Sun 5 4:15pm

Queens Park Rangers v Liverpool, Sun 19 1:30pm

Stoke City v Swansea City, Sun 19 4pm

West Bromwich Albion v Manchester United, Mon 20 8pm

Swansea City v Leicester City, Sat 255:30pm

Burnley v Everton, Sun 26 1:30pm

Manchester United v Chelsea, Sun 26 4pm

Queens Park Rangers v Aston Villa, Mon 27 8pm


Manchester City v Manchester United, Sun 2 1:30pm

Aston Villa v Tottenham Hotspur, Sun 2 4pm

Crystal Palace v Sunderland, Mon 3 8pm

Queens Park Rangers v Manchester City, Sat 8 5:30pm

West Bromwich Albion v Newcastle United, Sun 9 1:30pm

Swansea City v Arsenal, Sun 9 4pm

Arsenal v Manchester United, Sat 22 5:30pm

Crystal Palace v Liverpool, Sun 23 1:30pm

Hull City v Tottenham Hotspur, Sun 23 4pm

Aston Villa v Southampton, Mon 24 8pm

Sunderland v Chelsea, Sat 29 5:30pm

Southampton v Manchester City, Sun 30 1:30pm

Tottenham Hotspur v Everton, Sun 30 4pm

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