Arsenal, Man United feature in festive fixture list

Date published: Thursday 8th October 2015 12:28

Arsenal, Everton and Manchester United will all be shown live on TV on Boxing Day.

Boxing Day will be headlined by three live games, with Stoke vs. Manchester United (Sky Sports), Newcastle vs. Everton and Southampton vs. Arsenal (both BT Sport) running from 12:45pm throughout the day.

In total, Manchester City, Manchester United, Chelsea, Arsenal and Liverpool will all be shown three times in December, while struggling Newcastle will be televised four times.



  • Stoke City v Manchester City, Saturday, December 5, 12.45pm (BT Sport)
  • Chelsea v Bournemouth – Saturday, December 5, 5.30pm (Sky Sports)
  • Newcastle United v Liverpool – Sunday, December 6, 4pm (Sky Sports)
  • Everton v Crystal Palace – Monday, December 7, 8pm (Sky Sports)
  • Norwich City v Everton – Saturday, December 12, 12.45pm (BT Sport)
  • Bournemouth v Manchester United – Saturday, December 12, 5.30pm (Sky Sports)
  • Aston Villa v Arsenal – Sunday, December 13, 1.30pm (Sky Sports)
  • Tottenham Hotspur v Newcastle United – Sunday, December 13, 4pm (Sky Sports)
  • Leicester City v Chelsea – Monday, December 14, 8pm (Sky Sports)
  • Newcastle United v Aston Villa – Saturday, December 19, 5.30pm (Sky Sports)
  • Watford v Liverpool – Sunday, December 20, 1.30pm (Sky Sports)
  • Swansea City v West Ham United – Sunday, December 20, 4pm (Sky Sports)
  • Arsenal v Manchester City – Monday, December 21, 8pm (Sky Sports)
  • Stoke City v Manchester United – Saturday, December 26, 12.45pm (Sky Sports)
  • Newcastle United v Everton – Saturday, December 26, 5.30pm (BT Sport)
  • Southampton v Arsenal – Saturday, December 26, 7.45pm (BT Sport)
  • Manchester United v Chelsea – Monday, December 28, 5.30pm (BT Sport)
  • Leicester City v Manchester City – Tuesday, December 29, 7.45pm (BT Sport)
  • Sunderland v Liverpool – Wednesday, December 30, 7.45pm (Sky Sports)



  • West Ham v Liverpool – Saturday, January 2, 12.45pm (BT Sport)
  • Watford v Manchester City – Saturday, January 2, 5.30pm (Sky Sports)
  • Crystal Palace v Chelsea – Sunday, January 3, 1.30pm (Sky Sports)
  • Everton v Tottenham Hotspur – Sunday, January 3, 4pm (Sky Sports)

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