As if forking out for Sky Sports and BT Sports wasn't enough, football fans have a new competitor on the horizon.
Online giant Amazon will be adding another feather into their ever-growing cap by taking up 20 Premier League matches and streaming them on their Prime Video streaming service this December.
The move means that the Premier League TV rights, which have been valued at an incredible £5.14 billion between 2016 and 2019 according to the BBC, are now shared between the three companies.
But for viewers not wanting to miss a moment of the action, how can you tune in to Amazon Prime and how much does the service cost?
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Premier League matches on Amazon Prime
Amazon struck a deal with the Premier League back in the summer of 2018 to broadcast 20 matches live during the 2019/20 season and beyond until 2022.
It is estimated by SportsPro Media that Amazon paid around £80 million for the rights to broadcast the 20 fixtures.
While the 20 December Premier League fixtures are Amazons first foray into football, the retail and streaming giant has also aired the 2019 US Tennis Open as well as a selection of NFL games.
Which matches will be shown?
Amazon's deal means that it gets to broadcast two full rounds of matches, totalling a whopping 20 matches.
During the mid-week round of matches between December 3rd to December 5th, Amazon are showing the following fixtures:
Tuesday, December 3rd
19:30 | Crystal Palace v Bournemouth
20:15 | Burnley v Manchester City
Wednesday, December 4th
19:30 | Leicester v Watford
19:30 | Wolves v West Ham
19:30 | Southampton v Norwich
19:30 | Chelsea v Aston Villa
19:30 | Manchester United v Tottenham
20:15 | Liverpool v Everton
Thursday, December 5th
19:30 | Sheffield United v Newcastle
20:15 | Arsenal v Brighton
And on Boxing Day and December 27th, Amazon will be broadcasting these matches.
12:30 | Tottenham v Brighton
15:00 | Bournemouth v Arsenal
15:00 | Chelsea v Southampton
15:00 | Aston Villa v Norwich
15:00 | Everton v Burnley
15:00 | Sheffield United v Watford
15:00 | Crystal Palace v West Ham
17:30 | Manchester United v Newcastle
20:00 | Leicester v Liverpool
Friday, December 27th
19:45 | Wolves v Manchester City
How to watch
To watch this batch of 20 matches, you'll need a subscription to Amazon Prime which includes free one-day delivery for items bought on the Amazon website as well as the ability to stream TV shows, films and sport via Amazon Prime Video and music via Prime Music.
An Amazon Prime subscription costs £79 per year or £7.99 per month and you'll also have the chance to try out Amazon Prime with a 30-day free trial.
Premier League football is coming to Amazon Prime in December and you can watch the action via a smart TV, Amazon Fire TV stick, games console, mobile device and, of course, online on an internet browser.
If you miss any of the live action, you will be able to access full replays and highlights of the matches on Amazon Prime Video and there are a host of in-game options that will enhance the experience from interactive stats to having the ability to turn off the commentator and just listen to the stadium noise.
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