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WATCH: Premier League live on NBC Sports Live Extra – Boxing Day

Dec 26, 2013, 6:45 AM EDT

A bumper day of action is heading your way on Thursday, as December 26 marks a full slate of games in the Premier League.

One of the greatest days in English sport will take place before your eyes on NBC Sports.

Get ready!

First up is the early game between Hull and Manchester United, live on NBCSN at 7:45am ET. Then it’s over to London for West Ham vs. Arsenal at 10am ET on NBCSN, then comes the big one at the Etihad between Manchester City and Liverpool, 12:30pm ET live on NBCSN.


What an incredible weekend of action we have to look forward to and you won’t miss a thing.

You can watch NBC Sports Network for our feature games and watch every single second of every single game live this season online via NBC Sports Live Extra and the NBC Sports Live Extra App.

Via your TV you can watch the games live on Premier League Extra Time. Here’s your full TV schedule for the coming weekend. Enjoy.



7:45am ET: Hull City vs. Manchester United – NBCSN

10am ET: West Ham vs. Arsenal – NBCSN

10am ET: Cardiff City vs. Southampton – Premier League Extra Time

10am ET: Aston Villa vs. Crystal Palace – Premier League Extra Time

10am ET: Everton vs. Sunderland – Premier League Extra Time

10am ET: Tottenham vs. West Brom – Premier League Extra Time

10am ET: Newcastle vs. Stoke City – Premier League Extra Time

10am ET: Norwich City vs. Fulham – Premier League Extra Time

10am ET: Chelsea vs. Swansea City – Premier League Extra Time

12:30pm ET: Manchester City vs. Liverpool – NBCSN

  1. jimmyglynnphotography - Dec 26, 2013 at 9:33 AM

    Joe, I don’t know how much you are responsible for NBC’s online coverage, if at all. Is there somewhere better to voice our feedback? I feel like the coverage isn’t getting any better and the season practically half way over.

    The online replays that say “Expires 12/28″ are now dead links that lead to team guides for the completely wrong teams. Even if the links were working, you’d still have to avoid the scoreboard on the page where you select which game you want to watch and then you have to hope and pray that it won’t just be a highlight or a game that suddenly skips 70 minutes to show you the 3rd goal of the game.

    As for as I can tell, there are still no replays on mobile devices.

    There are times when I watch a game or two without a problem and think “wow, NBC’s done it!” But, without fail, something goes wrong and I get frustrated and angry. NBC really is taking the joy out of the Premier League. But, you still get hits on the website, and ratings for live games on cable and satellite and doing great from what I’ve read, so you probably don’t care about those of us that are too busy to watch live.

  2. unclemosesgreen - Dec 26, 2013 at 9:46 AM

    The Manchester Red Divers were at it again today, with Satan’s apprentice Wayne Rooney, that maleficent little sociopath, taking the biggest dive of the day. Ashley Young & his diving, swishy heir apparent Januszaj could only watch with admiration as Rooney threw himself to ground at the slightest contact from Tom Huddlestone. These lads are an absolute disgrace to the game.

  3. tamprud - Dec 26, 2013 at 6:22 PM

    To find a bar un NYc to watch a premiere league game, i suggest you to check out! It’s a website helping fans to find the bar to watch their favorite team playing with other die-hard fans!

  4. footballer4ever - Dec 26, 2013 at 9:48 PM

    To NBC’s credit, i noticed the android NBC live extra app issues were solved. Downloaded the app on my android and got to watch a premier league there, another on my ipod and a third match on the “telly” :)

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