Saturday, May 10, 2014

English Premier League Championship Sunday TV and National Radio Schedule

 

Tomorrow marks the conclusion to the regular season in the English Premier League. Two years ago FOX showed every game live on Fox Networks or Fox TV Channels. Last year FOX once again showed every game, but more than half of them were only available online or tape delayed. This year every game will be available on TV and online through NBC Sports Live Extra. That's right. you're not misreading that. Every game will be shown across the many networks of NBC Universal. For E! and Syfy, this will be the first sporting events the networks have shown. Some would ask about Bravo, Oxygen and Esquire (formerly G4). Bravo and Oxygen have aired Olympic coverage in the past, and Esquire Network is famous for carrying American Ninja Warrior/ Ninja Warrior. 

As usual, every match will be streamed online through the radio at westwoodonesports.com.

The action will kick off at 9 AM EDT on CNBC with the pre-game festivities. CNBC has the pregame as NBCSN will be carrying Formula 1 racing at this time. Post-game festivities will be shown on NBC and NBCSN with a special edition of Goal Zone, and recaps of the days action can be seen at 2 PM on NBCSN with a special titled Premier League Live: The Champions. Now here is your full championship Sunday schedule with announcing assignments. All games begin at 10 AM EDT.

West Ham United at Manchester City (NBC) Arlo White, Lee Dixon
(TELE)  Andres Cantor, Carlos Hermosillo

Newcastle at Liverpool (NBCSN) Jon Champion, Graeme Le Saux
(mun2) Sammy Sadovnik, Manuel Sol

Aston Villa at Tottenham Hotspur (USA) Steve Banyard, David Pleat

Chelsea at Cardiff City (CNBC) Jonathan Beck, Tony Gale

Arsenal at Norwich City (MSNBC) Joe Speight, Efan Ekoku

Everton at Hull City (Bravo)  Tony Jones, Dean Sturridge

Manchester United at Southampton (Syfy) Gary Taphouse, Ray Houghton

Swansea City at Sunderland (Esquire) Phil Blacker, Barry Horne

Crystal Palace at Fulham (E!)  Jon Driscoll, Bradley Allen

Stoke City at West Bromwich Albion (Oxygen) Daniel Mann, Garry Birtles

And there you have it. I will try my best to post the future matches here, but it gets rather tricky during NFL and NCAA Football/ Basketball season when I am posting so much more. 

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