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Premier League 2013/14 season: fixtures on Sky Sports and BT Sport

11 July 2013 12:18:27 Sport news, comment and results | theguardian.com

See which of the channels will be airing key fixtures this autumn Sky Sports August Swansea City v Manchester United - Saturday 17 5:30pm Crystal Palace v Tottenham Hotspur - Sunday 18 1:30pm Chelsea v Hull City - Sunday 18 4pm Manchester City v Newcastle United - Monday 19 8pm Aston Villa v Liverpool - Saturday 24 5:30pm Cardiff City v Manchester City - Sunday 25 4pm Manchester United v Chelsea- Monday 26 8pm Crystal Palace v Sunderland - Saturday 31 5:30pm September Liverpool v Manchester United - Sunday 1 1:30pm Arsenal v Tottenham Hotspur - Sunday 1 4pm Everton v Chelsea - Saturday 14 5:30pm Southampton v West Ham - Sunday 15 4pm Swansea City v Liverpool - Monday 16 8pm Chelsea v Fulham - Saturday 21 5:30pm Arsenal v Stoke City - Sunday 22 1:30pm Manchester City v Manchester United - Sunday 22 4pm Swansea City v Arsenal - Saturday 28 5:30pm Stoke City v Norwich City - Sunday 29 1:30pm Sunderland v Liverpool - Sunday 29 4pm Everton v Newcastle United- Monday 30 8pm October Sunderland v Manchester United - Saturday 5 5:30pm Norwich City v Chelsea - Sunday 6 1:30pm West Bromwich Albion v Arsenal - Sunday 6 4pm West Ham United v Manchester City - Saturday 19 5:30pm Aston Villa v Tottenham Hotspur - Sunday 20 4pm Crystal Palace v Fulham - Monday 21 8pm Southampton v Fulham - Saturday 26 5:30pm Chelsea v Manchester City - Sunday 27 1:30pm Sunderland v Newcastle United - Sunday 27 4pm November Arsenal v Liverpool - Saturday 2 5:30pm Everton v Tottenham Hotspur - Sunday 3 1:30pm Cardiff City v Swansea City - Sunday 3 4pm Norwich City v West Ham United - Saturday 9 5:30pm Tottenham Hotspur v Newcastle United - Sunday 10 12pm Sunderland v Manchester City - Sunday 10 2:05pm Manchester United v Arsenal - Sunday 10 4:10pm Manchester City v Tottenham Hotspur - Saturday 23 5:30pm West Ham United v Chelsea - Sunday 24 1:30pm Cardiff City v Manchester United - Sunday 24 4pm West Bromwich Albion v Aston Villa - Monday 25 8pm Newcastle United v West Bromwich Albion - Saturday 30 5:30pm December Hull City v Liverpool - Sunday 1 1:30pm Chelsea v Southampton - Sunday 1 4pm Fixtures correct at: 11/07/13 Details correct at time of print. Schedules will change according to fixtures. BT Sport August Liverpool v Stoke - Saturday 17 12:45pm Fulham v Arsenal - Saturday 24 12:45pm Man City v Hull City - Saturday 31 12:45pm September Man Utd v Crystal Palace - Saturday 14 12:45pm Norwich v Aston Villa - Saturday 21 12:45pm Tottenham v Chelsea - Saturday 28/09/13 12:45pm October Man City v Everton - Saturday 5 12:45pm Newcastle v Liverpool - Saturday 19 12:45pm Crystal Palace v Arsenal - Saturday 26 12:45pm November Newcastle v Chelsea - Saturday 2 12:45pm Everton v Liverpool - Saturday 23 12:45pm Tottenham v Man Utd - Saturday 30 12:45pm Sports rights Sky Sports BSkyB BT Sport Television industry Premier League Sport TV Television guardian.co.uk © 2013 Guardian News and Media Limited or its affiliated companies. All rights reserved. | Use of this content is subject to our Terms & Conditions | More Feeds

Vice All News Time11 July 2013 12:18:27


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Sky Sports take tough stance with BT Sport over opening rounds of 2013-14 Premier League fixtures

11 July 2013 01:12:52 Sport

Sky Sports has blocked BT Sport from broadcasting Manchester United's biggest Premier League games at the start of??next season.

Vice Sport Time11 July 2013 01:12:52


Richard Scudamore: Premier League strength can help youth development

02 July 2013 23:02:34 Sport news, comment and results | theguardian.com

• Poor displays by young England sides 'not our responsibility' • 'More English-qualified people are coming through academies' Richard Scudamore has insisted that England's miserable performances at youth level this summer are not a consequence of the top flight's success. The Premier League chief executive, speaking on Tuesday as Sport England and the league announced a partnership worth £16.8m, said the strength of the league should benefit English youngsters during their development. England Under-21s lost every match at the European Championship in Israel before the Under-20s were held by Iraq and Chile and defeated by Egypt to exit their World Cup last weekend. Earlier this year the Under-17s failed to qualify for the European Championship. "That's not our responsibility," Scudamore said. "Our responsibility is to make sure the youth development systems in this country are as good as they can be. "There were 210 players qualified to play for England playing in the Premier League last year. We ought to be able to find 11 to take the field to do well. Those players are playing week in, week out against the world's best talent. There are other factors at play, which are not our responsibility. "We're starting to see more English-qualified people coming through the academies, we're starting to see more take part in first teams. Last season more English players were being registered. That's a tide that's turning and, therefore, our youth development systems are beginning to work even better. Our responsibility ends once those players go off and are selected." Roy Hodgson, the England manager, was frustrated when the Premier League fixture list came out last month as a request to play no high-profile matches before his team's World Cup qualification double-header in September was ignored. England play Moldova at Wembley on Friday 6 September before travelling to Kiev the following Tuesday to play Ukraine. The Premier League has opted to stage Liverpool v Manchester United and Arsenal v Tottenham the weekend before, with at least one of those games expected to be moved to the Sunday for TV coverage. "I haven't spoken to Mr Hodgson," Scudamore said. "At the end of the day the fixture list is a hugely complex affair. But we do fully respect the call-up periods." The Premier League and Sport England partnership is aimed at increasing sports participation for young people over three years. Two community programmes, Premier League 4 Sport and Kickz, will receive significant funding, creating 270 new sports clubs and targeting 30,000 youngsters in underprivileged areas. "There is no other company in this country that gives away more than we give away," Scudamore said. "We will give away next year more than £260m." The former England left-back Graeme Le Saux, who praised the Premier League's financial backing for community sports, believes a lot needs to be done to improve on a "disappointing" summer for the international youth sides. "There's got to be pride," he said. "I never felt more proud than playing for the Under-21s because that was the best level I'd got to. "Their weekly salary will probably be more than what they get to play for England Under-21s but the significance of playing for your country is so important. We've got to reconnect that. "It's also important that the players respect the competitions and that they value the international competitions that they play in. We need to create that through the FA." Premier League England Under-21s James Riach guardian.co.uk © 2013 Guardian News and Media Limited or its affiliated companies. All rights reserved. | Use of this content is subject to our Terms & Conditions | More Feeds

Vice All News Time02 July 2013 23:02:34


Premier League Fixtures 2013-14: All the fixtures and reaction as it happened

19 June 2013 16:13:30 mirror - Sport

A recap of all the analysis and reaction from the release of the fixtures list from the people that mater

Vice Sport Time19 June 2013 16:13:30


Premier League fixtures for 2013-14 season: Manchester United and Chelsea on early collision course

19 June 2013 11:14:24 Football - Fixtures, results, news, match reports, comment

Henry Winter: The Premier League fixture computer retains its mischievous streak: Jose Mourinho's first away game back as Chelsea manager takes him to Old Trafford.

Vice Football Time19 June 2013 11:14:24


Premier League fixtures 2013-14: New Man United boss Moyes starts with Swansea, Chelsea and Liverpool

19 June 2013 11:08:10 mirror - Sport

FIXTURES! FIXTURES! Get your steaming hot fixtures right here for EVERY Premier League team...

Vice Sport Time19 June 2013 11:08:10


Premier League 2013-14 fixtures: the complete list

19 June 2013 11:06:41 Sport news, comment and results | theguardian.com

• All the fixtures for the 2013-14 Premier League season • Moyes to make Old Trafford bow against Chelsea • Manchester City v Liverpool the Boxing Day pick Click on a header to sort the table. Premier League guardian.co.uk © 2013 Guardian News and Media Limited or its affiliated companies. All rights reserved. | Use of this content is subject to our Terms & Conditions | More Feeds

Vice All News Time19 June 2013 11:06:41


Premier League 2013-14 fixtures - by team

19 June 2013 10:56:23 Sport news, comment and results | theguardian.com

David Moyes has been handed a baptism of fire in next David Moyes has been handed a baptism of fire in next year's fixture list, coming up against José Mourinho in only the second game of the new season. Find the individual fixtures for your team across the 2013-14 season by clicking on the link Arsenal Aston Villa Crystal Palace Cardiff City Chelsea Everton Fulham Hull City Liverpool Man City Man Utd Man Utd Newcastle United Norwich Newcastle United Queens Park Rangers Reading Southampton Spurs Stoke Sunderland Swansea West Brom West Ham Wigan Premier League guardian.co.uk © 2013 Guardian News and Media Limited or its affiliated companies. All rights reserved. | Use of this content is subject to our Terms & Conditions | More Feeds

Vice All News Time19 June 2013 10:56:23


Premier League fixtures for 2013-14 season: Manchester United and Chelsea on early collision course

19 June 2013 10:48:08 Sport

Henry Winter: The Premier League fixture computer retains its mischievous streak: Jose Mourinho's first away game back as Chelsea manager takes him to Old Trafford.

Vice Sport Time19 June 2013 10:48:08


Football fixtures 2013-14 announced

19 June 2013 10:42:51 BBC News - UK

New Man Utd boss David Moyes faces a trip to Swansea as the 2013-14 Premier League fixtures are announced.

Vice All News Time19 June 2013 10:42:51