Premier League 2014-15 Schedule: The First Three Months

barclays-premier-league-logo-300x73If you’ve been struggling the past two months since the World Cup finished and your soccer cravings haven’t been fulfilled by the mostly horrible event that was the International Champions Cup, fear not, for the English Barclay’s Premier League returns this weekend.

TSN and Sportsnet will again go 50/50 on games during the season. Hopefully with the addition of three channels to TSN beginning next Monday, it means TSN will be showing less or no online-only games this season. As a result of the new channels, TSN have only released their schedule for the first two weeks. Sportsnet have their schedule set until the beginning of December with the usual slate of games spread across Sportsnet regional channels, Sportsnet World, Sportsnet World Online NOW and one game on Sportsnet 360. All the familar faces will return to each channel for the pre- and post-game shows.

NBC Sports has released their schedule for the first three months of the season and 11 games will be shown over-the-air on NBC. US and Everton goalkeeper Tim Howard has been signed by NBC for a multi-year agreement to provide analysis for them during the season, both in-studio and in the booth.

The full schedule is below. All times are Eastern and as always, are subject to change.

Sat, Aug 16 – Manchester United vs. Swansea City, 7:45am (Sportsnet)
Sat, Aug 16 – Queens Park Rangers vs. Hull City, 10am (Sportsnet World)
Sat, Aug 16 – West Ham United vs. Tottenham, 10am (Sportsnet)
Sat, Aug 16 – Arsenal vs. Crystal Palace, 12:30pm (Sportsnet, NBC)
Sat, Aug 16 – Leicester City vs. Everton, 10am (TSN)
Sat, Aug 16 – Stoke City vs. Aston Villa, 10am (TSN2)
Sat, Aug 16 – West Brom vs. Sunderland, 10am (TSN.ca)
Sun, Aug 17 – Liverpool vs. Southampton, 8:30am (TSN)
Sun, Aug 17 – Newcastle vs. Manchester City, 11am (TSN)
Mon, Aug 18 – Burnley vs. Chelsea, 3pm (Sportsnet World)

Sat, Aug 23 — Aston Villa vs. Newcastle United, 7:45am (Sportsnet)
Sat, Aug 23 — Chelsea vs. Leicester City, 10am (Sportsnet)
Sat, Aug 23 — Swansea City vs. Burnley, 10am (Sportsnet World)
Sat, Aug 23 — Crystal Palace vs. West Ham, 10am (TSN2)
Sat, Aug 23 — Southampton vs. West Brom, 10am (TSN)
Sat, Aug 23 — Everton vs. Arsenal, 12:30pm (TSN, NBC)
Sun, Aug 24 — Hull City vs. Stoke City, 8:45am (Sportsnet World)
Sun, Aug 24 — Sunderland vs. Manchester United, 11am (Sportsnet World)
Sun, Aug 24 — Tottenham vs. QPR, 8:30am (TSN2)
Mon, Aug 25 — Manchester City vs. Liverpool, 3pm (TSN2)

Sat, Aug 30 — Burnley vs. Manchester United, 7:45am (Sportsnet)
Sat, Aug 30 — Newcastle United vs. Crystal Palace, 10am (Sportsnet)
Sat, Aug 30 — Swansea City vs. West Bromwich Albion, 10am (Sportsnet World)
Sat, Aug 30 — Manchester City vs. Stoke City, 10am (TSN4)
Sat, Aug 30 — West Ham vs. Southampton, 10am (TSN1)
Sat, Aug 30 — QPR vs. Sunderland, 10am (TSN3)
Sat, Aug 30 — Everton vs. Chelsea, 12:30pm (Sportsnet World and Sportsnet 360, NBC)
Sun, Aug 31 — Tottenham vs. Liverpool, 8:30am (TSN1/TSN4)
Sun, Aug 31 — Aston Villa vs. Hull City, 8:30am (TSN3/TSN5)
Sun, Aug 31 — Leicester City vs. Arsenal, 11am (Sportsnet World)

Sat, Sep 13 — Arsenal vs. Manchester City, 7:45am (TSN1/TSN3/TSN4/TSN5)
Sat, Sep 13 — Chelsea vs. Swansea City, 10am (Sportsnet)
Sat, Sep 13 — Crystal Palace vs. Burnley, 10am (Sportsnet World NOW)
Sat, Sep 13 — Southampton vs. Newcastle United, 10am (Sportsnet World)
Sat, Sep 13 — West Brom vs. Everton, 10am (TSN1)
Sat, Sep 13 — Sunderland vs. Tottenham, 10am (TSN4)
Sat, Sep 13 — Stoke City vs. Leicester City, 10am (TSN5)
Sat, Sep 13 — Liverpool vs. Aston Villa, 12:30pm (TSN1/TSN4/TSN5, NBC)
Sun, Sep 14 — Manchester United vs. Queens Park Rangers, 11am (Sportsnet World)
Mon, Sep 15 — Hull City vs. West Ham United, 3pm (Sportsnet World)

Sat, Sep 20 — Queens Park Rangers vs. Stoke City, 7:45am (Sportsnet)
Sat, Sep 20 — Aston Villa vs. Arsenal, 10am (TSN)
Sat, Sep 20 — Tottenham vs. West Brom, 10am (TSN)
Sat, Sep 20 — Swansea vs. Southampton, 10am (TSN)
Sat, Sep 20 — Burnley vs. Sunderland, 10am (TSN)
Sat, Sep 20 — Newcastle United vs. Hull City, 10am (Sportsnet)
Sat, Sep 20 — West Ham United vs. Liverpool, 12:30pm (Sportsnet, NBC)
Sun, Sep 21 — Leicester City vs. Manchester United, 8:30am (TSN)
Sun, Sep 21 — Everton vs. Crystal Palace, 11am (Sportsnet World)
Sun, Sep 21 — Manchester City vs. Chelsea, 11am (Sportsnet ONE)

Sat, Sep 27 — Liverpool vs. Everton, 7:45am (TSN2)
Sat, Sep 27 — Chelsea vs. Aston Villa, 10am (TSN)
Sat, Sep 27 — Crystal Palace vs. Leicester City, 10am (TSN)
Sat, Sep 27 — Hull City vs. Manchester City, 10am (Sportsnet World)
Sat, Sep 27 — Manchester United vs. West Ham United, 10am (Sportsnet)
Sat, Sep 27 — Southampton vs. Queens Park Rangers, 10am (Sportsnet World NOW)
Sat, Sep 27 — Sunderland vs. Swansea City, 10am (Sportsnet World NOW)
Sat, Sep 27 — Arsenal vs. Tottenham, 12:30pm (TSN)
Sun, Sep 28 — West Bromwich Albion vs. Burnley, 11am (Sportsnet World)
Mon, Sep 29 — Stoke City vs. Newcastle, 3pm (TSN1/TSN4)

Sat, Oct 4 — Hull City vs. Crystal Palace, 10am (Sportsnet World NOW)
Sat, Oct 4 — Liverpool vs. West Bromwich Albion, 10am (Sportsnet)
Sat, Oct 4 — Swansea City vs. Newcastle United, 10am (Sportsnet World)
Sat, Oct 4 — Leicester City vs. Burnley, 10am (TSN4)
Sat, Oct 4 — Sunderland vs. Stoke City, 10am (TSN1)
Sat, Oct 4 — Aston Villa vs. Manchester City, 12:30pm (Sportsnet, NBC)
Sun, Oct 5 — Manchester United vs. Everton, 7am (TSN1)
Sun, Oct 5 — Chelsea vs. Arsenal, 8:45am (Sportsnet)
Sun, Oct 5 — Tottenham vs. Southampton, 9am (TSN1)
Sun, Oct 5 — West Ham vs. QPR, 11:15am (TSN1)

Sat, Oct 18 — Manchester City vs. Tottenham, 7:45am (TSN1/TSN4/TSN5)
Sat, Oct 18 — Crystal Palace vs. Chelsea, 10am (TSN4)
Sat, Oct 18 — Everton vs. Aston Villa, 10am (TSN1)
Sat, Oct 18 — Newcastle vs. Leicester City, 10am (TSN5)
Sat, Oct 18 — Arsenal vs. Hull City, 10am (Sportsnet)
Sat, Oct 18 — Burnley vs. West Ham United, 10am (Sportsnet World)
Sat, Oct 18 — Southampton vs. Sunderland, 10am (Sportsnet World NOW)
Sun, Oct 19 — QPR vs. Liverpool, 8:30am (TSN2)
Sun, Oct 19 — Stoke City vs. Swansea City, 11am (Sportsnet World)
Mon, Oct 20 — West Bromwich Albion vs. Manchester United, 3pm (Sportsnet World)

Sat, Oct 25 — West Ham vs. Manchester City, 7:45am (TSN1/TSN4)
Sat, Oct 25 — Sunderland vs. Arsenal, 10am (TSN4)
Sat, Oct 25 — West Brom vs. Crystal Palace, 10am (TSN1)
Sat, Oct 25 — Tottenham vs. Newcastle, 9:30am (TSN2)
Sat, Oct 25 — West Brom vs. Crystal Palace, 10am (TSN)
Sat, Oct 25 — Liverpool vs. Hull City, 10am (Sportsnet)
Sat, Oct 25 — Southampton vs. Stoke City, 10am (Sportsnet World)
Sat, Oct 25 — Swansea City vs. Leicester City, 12:30pm (Sportsnet, NBC)
Sun, Oct 26 — Burnley vs. Everton, 9 a.m. ET/6 a.m. PT (Sportsnet World)
Sun, Oct 26 — Manchester United vs. Chelsea, 11:30am (Sportsnet, NBC)
Mon, Oct 27 — QPR vs. Aston Villa, 4pm (TSN2)

Sat, Nov 1 — Newcastle United vs. Liverpool, 8:45am (Sportsnet)
Sat, Nov 1 — Chelsea vs. Queens Park Rangers, 11am (Sportsnet)
Sat, Nov 1 — Hull City vs. Southampton, 11am (Sportsnet World)
Sat, Nov 1 — Leicester City vs. West Bromwich Albion, 11am (Sportsnet World NOW)
Sat, Nov 1 — Arsenal vs. Burnley, 11am (TSN)
Sat, Nov 1 — Everton vs. Swansea, 11am (TSN)
Sat, Nov 1 — Stoke City vs. West Ham, 11am (TSN)
Sun, Nov 2 — Manchester City vs. Manchester United, 8:30am (TSN)
Sun, Nov 2 — Aston Villa vs. Tottenham, 11am (TSN)
Mon, Nov 3 — Crystal Palace vs. Sunderland, 3pm (Sportsnet World)

Sat, Nov 8 — Liverpool vs. Chelsea, 7:45am (Sportsnet)
Sat, Nov 8 — Tottenham vs. Stoke City, 10am (Sportsnet)
Sat, Nov 8 — West Ham United vs. Aston Villa, 10am (Sportsnet World)
Sat, Nov 8 — Manchester United vs. Crystal Palace, 10am (TSN)
Sat, Nov 8 — Southampton vs. Leicester City, 10am (TSN)
Sat, Nov 8 — Burnley vs. Hull City, 10am (TSN)
Sat, Nov 8 — Queen Park Rangers vs. Manchester City, 12:30pm (Sportsnet, NBC)
Sun, Nov 9 — West Bromwich Albion vs. Newcastle, 8:30am (Sportsnet World)
Sun, Nov 9 — Sunderland vs. Everton 8:30am (TSN)
Sun, Nov 9 — Swansea vs. Arsenal, 11am (TSN)

Sat, Nov 22 — Chelsea vs. West Bromwich Albion, 10am (Sportsnet)
Sat, Nov 22 — Leicester City vs. Sunderland, 10am (Sportsnet World NOW)
Sat, Nov 22 — Newcastle United vs. Queens Park Rangers, 10am (Sportsnet World)
Sat, Nov 22 — Manchester City vs. Swansea, 10am (TSN)
Sat, Nov 22 — Everton vs. West Ham, 10am (TSN)
Sat, Nov 22 — Stoke City vs. Burnley, 10am (TSN)
Sat, Nov 22 — Arsenal vs. Manchester United, 12:30pm (TSN, NBC)
Sun, Nov 23 — Crystal Palace vs. Liverpool, 8:30am (Sportsnet World)
Sun, Nov 23 — Hull City vs. Tottenham, 11am (Sportsnet World)
Mon, Nov 24 — Aston Villa vs. Southampton, 3pm (TSN)

Sat, Nov 29 — West Brom vs. Arsenal, 7:45am (TSN)
Sat, Nov 29 — Swansea vs. Crystal Palace, 10am (TSN)
Sat, Nov 29 — Burnley vs. Aston Villa, 10am (TSN)
Sat, Nov 29 — Liverpool vs. Stoke City, 10am (Sportsnet World)
Sat, Nov 29 — Manchester United vs. Hull City, 10am (Sportsnet)
Sat, Nov 29 — Queens Park Rangers vs. Leicester City, 10am (Sportsnet World NOW)
Sat, Nov 29 — West Ham United vs. Newcastle, 10am (Sportsnet World NOW)
Sat, Nov 29 — Sunderland vs. Chelsea, 12:30pm (Sportsnet ONE and World, NBC)
Sun, Nov 30 — Southampton vs. Manchester City, 8:30am (TSN)
Sun, Nov 30 — Tottenham vs. Everton, 11am (TSN)
Tue, Dec 2 — Arsenal vs. Southampton 2:45pm (TSN)
Tue, Dec 2 — Burnley vs. Newcastle 2:45pm (TSN)
Tue, Dec 2 — Leicester City vs. Liverpool, 3pm (Sportsnet World)
Tue, Dec 2 — Manchester United vs. Stoke City, 3pm (Sportsnet)
Tue, Dec 2 — Crystal Palace vs. Aston Villa, 3pm (Sportsnet World NOW)
Tue, Dec 2 — West Bromwich Albion vs. West Ham United, 3pm (Sportsnet World NOW)
Wed, Dec 3 — Swansea vs. QPR 2:45pm (TSN)
Wed, Dec 4 — Chelsea vs. Tottenham 2:45pm (TSN)
Wed, Dec 4 — Sunderland vs. Manchester City 2:45pm (TSN)
Wed, Dec 3 — Everton vs. Hull City, 3pm (Sportsnet World)

11 thoughts on “Premier League 2014-15 Schedule: The First Three Months

  1. Shame that I’ll only get the NBC OTA matches, since TSN/Sportsnet refuse to sell an online only option for those of us that have “cut the cord”. It’ll be interesting to hear Tim Howard’s take though.

    • Actually you can buy half of the EPL games online using Sportsnet World. There is not need for cable, just pay a monthly or annually subscription.

  2. Very excited to see some more beautiful football on tv :)

  3. TSN 3-5 start up on August 25, not this Monday the 18th.

  4. Thank GOODNESS that they’ve opted for more channels and eliminated that online option. Plus, now i can wipe the dust off of my PVR. Why i continue to pay for these channels during the off season is beyond me.

    • EDIT…..Hopefully NBC will get there act together this season and stop cutting to commercial when the starting line ups are being displayed. Very annoying.

  5. I like to see the ratings for Sunday October 26th, on NBC. USA claims soccer has never been this popular over there. Maybe that’s why NBC regular channel is showing more games this year (so far).

    Hopefully TSN1 will be showing the main games. I hate to see soccer games get dumped to lower ones like 4 and 5. But again TSN2 has barley enough programming as it is now.

  6. Any chance that CITY will show the NBC games for simsub opportunities?

    • City is owned by Rogers. Sportsnet (and in my view) has rightly stayed with Sky Sports feed. TSN owned by Bell appears to use NBC so that they don’t have produce a pre or half time show. In return, we get a screen infested by a cockroach size bug.

      Second, what sim sub opps? Ratings are increasing but still low.

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