Where to see Premier League, Liga, Bundesliga and Ligue 1 on TV: the complete guide – Corriere.it

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Great international football starts again. All you need to know to see Messi, Haaland and Lewandowski on TV and streaming between Sky Sport and Dazn: schedules, programs, subscription costs

Here we are, football starts again. Today, Friday 5 August, the Premier League, Bundesliga and Ligue 1 are back on the pitch. A feast of football awaiting Serie A and Liga, starting on Saturday the 13th. But there is a lot to see also this weekend.

Where to see the Premier League 2022

The Premier League, the tournament of the stars, balanced and full of champions. There are many new features. Manchester City and Liverpool have drawn a line, unbeatable queens of recent years (4 wins to 1 for Guardiola over Klopp), and have added Haaland and Nunez respectively to the engine. Among the outsiders Antonio Conte and his Tottenham, revitalized with the former Inter Perisic and the striker Richarlison. Behind Koulibaly’s Chelsea, Arteta’s Arsenal with Gabriel Jesus in addition, Manchester United with Ronaldo having a tantrum and West Ham with center forward Scamacca.

The Premier League will be visible live exclusively on Sky Sport, included in the Sky Calcio package (on offer at € 14.90 per month), and streaming on Now. Each round of the championship will be broadcasted on average six games (230 in total in the season): the advance on Friday, three matches on Saturday (in the time slots of 13.30, 16 and 18.30), and two on Sunday (in the time slots of the 15 and 17.30).
These are the matches of the first day visible on TV:

Crystal Palace-Arsenal (Friday 5 August, 9pm: Sky Sport Football)
Fulham-Liverpool (Saturday 6, 1.30pm: Sky Sport Football)
Tottenham-Southampton (Saturday 6, 4pm: Sky Sport Football)
Everton-Chelsea (Saturday 6, 6.30 pm: Sky Sport Football)
Manchester United v Brighton (Sunday 7, 3pm: Sky Sport Football)
West Ham-Manchester City (Sunday 7, 5.30 pm: Sky Sport 1 and Football)

Where to see the 2022 Bundesliga

The hunt for Bayern Munich in the Bundesliga will also start again on Friday 5 August. The Bavarians, without Lewandowski (finished at Barcelona) but with Man arrived from Liverpool, open the dance on the field of Eintracht Frankfurt. Behind them are Borussia Dortmund, Leipzig, Bayer Leverkusen. The Bundesliga will be visible live exclusively on Sky Sports, included in the Sky Calcio package (on offer at € 14.90 per month), and streaming on Now. Each round of the championship will be broadcasted on average five games (180 in total in the season): the advance on Friday, two matches on Saturday (in the time slots of 15.30 and 18.30), and two on Sunday (in the time slots of 15.30 and 17.30).

These are the matches of the first day visible on TV:


Eintracht Frankfurt-Bayern Munich (Friday 5 August, 8.30 pm: Sky Sport 1)
Borussia Monchengladbach-Hoffenheim (Saturday 6, 3.30 pm: Sky Action)
Borussia Dortmund-Bayer Leverkusen (Saturday 6, 6.30 pm: Sky Sport 1)
Stuttgart-Leipzig (Sunday 7, 3.30 pm: Sky Sport Calcio)
Cologne-Schalke 04 (Sunday 7, 5.30 pm: Sky Sport Arena)

Where to see Ligue 1 2022

Ligue 1 is also back: everyone is hunting for the Psg of Messi and Mbapp, reigning champion and recent winner of the French Super Cup against Nantes. The Parisians greeted Wijnaldum and Di Maria but bought Mukiele, Vitinha, Renato Sanches and Ekitike. Then Sergio Ramos looks fit again, invisible last year. Behind Messi and his teammates here are Tudor’s Marseille, Lyon who re-embraces Lacazette, Monaco, Lille, Rennes, Nice who took Viti from Empoli and Ramsey from Juventus. Ligue 1 will be visible live exclusively on Sky Sport, included in the Sky Calcio package (on offer at € 14.90 per month), and streaming on Now. An average of four games will be broadcast in each round of the championship (114 in total during the season): the advance on Friday, one match on Saturday (at 21), and two on Sunday (in the time slots at 13 and 20.45).
These are the visible matches of the first day:

Lyon-Ajaccio (Friday 5 August, 9 pm: Sky Sport Calcio)
Clermont-Psg (Saturday 6, 9 pm: Sky Sport Football)
Toulouse-Nice (Sunday 7, 1.00 pm: Sky Sport Football)
Marseille-Reims (Sunday 7, 8.45 pm: Sky Sport Football)

Where to see La Liga 2022

Real Madrid vs Barcelona, ​​here we go again. La Liga which restarts on Friday 12 August, with the advance between Osasuna and Sevilla, will again see the duel at the top between the two giants of Spanish football (and not only). The Blaugrana have a new center forward, Robert Lewandowski. Real, reigning champion and also winner of the Champions League, started the season with low gears, but joined a defender like Rudiger. Among the outsiders, in addition to Simeone’s Atletico Madrid, there is Valencia with Rino Gattuso on the bench.
La Liga will be visible live exclusively on Dazn. Two packages are available to subscribe: Standard and Plus. The Standard one costs € 29.99 and allows you to view content simultaneously on two devices only if they are both connected to the internet in the same house. With the Plus plan, however, you can see content at the same time even through two different internet networks: the price of 39.99 euros. From 3 August, after the Dazn-Sky agreement, Dazn will also be visible on the Sky decoder on channel 214, called ZONA Dazn, which will offer the seven Dazn exclusive Serie A games and a playlist of in-depth programs and original content. To see the ZONA Dazn channel, 5 euros will be added at the cost of the subscription.

August 5, 2022 (change August 5, 2022 | 17:26)