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How to watch the 2023/24 Premier League season in the US? Main platforms and channels

The new Premier League is well underway and is one of the most followed leagues globally and especially popular in the United States.

Soccer Football - Premier League - Crystal Palace v Arsenal - Selhurst Park, London, Britain - August 21, 2023
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The new Premier League 2023-24 season kicked off a few weeks ago as the likes of Manchester United, Arsenal, Liverpool and Newcastle look to dethrone current champions Manchester City.

The English domestic league is one of the most followed across the world and is especially popular in the United States and this is boosted with four of the teams that make up the ‘Big Six’ in England having American owners: Chelsea (Todd Boehly), Manchester United (Glazer family), Arsenal (Stan Kroenke) and Liverpool (John Henry).

Chelsea co-owner and chairman Todd Boehly
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Chelsea co-owner and chairman Todd BoehlyPETER CZIBORRAREUTERS

How can I follow the Premier League in the United States?

Platforms such as Peacock, NBC and USA Network hold the rights for the new season with Telemundo also set to broadcast a handful of games during the 23-24 campaign.

Moises Caicedo and Luton Town's Jacob Brown battle for the ball
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Moises Caicedo and Luton Town's Jacob Brown battle for the ballDaniel HamburyEFE

Watching on to Premier League games without cable is easier than you think. NBC has you covered and you can watch all 380 Premier League games on NBC, NBCSports.com, USA Network and Peacock. NBC took over Premier League broadcasts in the US from Fox Sports which was the main source of Premier League viewership in the United States over the league’s existence during the past two decades.

Remember that if you can’t watch the matches on television, you can follow minute by minute coverage for many of the high profile games with AS USA as we follow the action featuring the biggest names in the competition.