Which of Amazon’s Premier League games can you watch in 4K?

For the first time, Amazon has exclusive rights to some Premier League games, and the American retail giant is set to show 20 matches over the course of December. But will you be able to tune in to any of Amazon’s Premier League games in 4K? Yes, is the answer − but only specific fixtures.

Amazon’s 20 Premier League games are spread across five separate dates (December 3, December 4, December 5, December 26 and December 27), and one game a day will be available to watch in 4K. These games will also be shown in HDR.

Great news if you own a device with a 4K screen. Even better news if it supports HDR too.

Here’s Amazon’s fixture list in full, with the 4K HDR games bolded (all times GMT):

Tuesday, December 3

  • Crystal Palace vs Bournemouth (7:30pm kick-off, coverage starts at 7pm)
  • Burnley vs Man City (4K, 8:15pm kick-off, coverage starts at 7pm)

Wednesday, December 4

  • Chelsea vs Aston Villa (7:30pm kick-off, coverage starts at 6:30pm)
  • Leicester vs Watford (7:30pm kick-off, coverage starts at 6:30pm)
  • Man Utd vs Tottenham (7:30pm kick-off, coverage starts at 6:30pm)
  • Southampton vs Norwich (7:30pm kick-off, coverage starts at 6:30pm)
  • Wolves vs West Ham (7:30pm kick-off, coverage starts at 6:30pm)
  • Liverpool vs Everton (4K HDR, 8:15pm kick-off, coverage starts at 6:30pm)

Thursday, December 5

  • Sheffield Utd vs Newcastle (7:30pm kick-off, coverage starts at 7pm)
  • Arsenal vs Brighton (4K HDR, 8:15pm kick-off, coverage starts at 7pm)

Thursday, December 26

  • Tottenham vs Brighton (12:30pm kick-off, coverage starts at 11:30am)
  • Bournemouth vs Arsenal (3pm kick-off, coverage starts at 2:30pm)
  • Aston Villa vs Norwich (3pm kick-off, coverage starts at 2:30pm)
  • Chelsea vs Southampton (3pm kick-off, coverage starts at 2:30pm)
  • Crystal Palace vs West Ham (3pm kick-off, coverage starts at 2:30pm)
  • Everton vs Burnley (3pm kick-off, coverage starts at 2:30pm)
  • Sheffield Utd vs Watford (3pm kick-off, coverage starts at 2:30pm)
  • Man Utd vs Newcastle (5:30pm kick-off, coverage starts at 5pm)
  • Leicester vs Liverpool (4K HDR, 8pm kick-off, coverage starts at 7:30pm)

Friday, December 27

  • Wolves vs Man City (4K HDR, 7:45pm kick-off, coverage starts at 7pm)

If you’re a football fan and you’re eligible for a 30-day free trial of Amazon Prime, this is a great time to activate it. As mentioned above, Amazon has the exclusive rights to 20 Premier League games in December, and Prime users on a free trial can tune into all of them without paying a penny.

Amazon will start charging you for Prime as soon as your free trial ends, but you can set yourself a reminder and cancel it before that happens.

Related: How to cancel Amazon Prime

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