Just a few days out from launch and NBC’s streaming service Peacock announced it will celebrate with free access to all NBC Sports Premier League coverage on July 15. Six hours of NBC Sport’s coverage will air commercial beginning at Noon ET, with four games streamed live for free to Peacock subscribers on launch day.
Peacock will be pregaming for by celebrating “Premier League Day” on July 9 across all of its social media channels, with featured top plays, celebrations and games for fans.
“Live sports makes Peacock unique among streaming services, and we are excited to present a free sample of matches to Premier League fans across the U.S.,” said Rick Cordella, EVP and Chief Revenue Officer, Peacock.
Here’s the game schedule for July 15
|Wed., July 15||Noon||Premier League Live|
|Wed., July 15||1 p.m.||Burnley v. Wolverhampton Wanderers|
|Wed., July 15||1 p.m.||Manchester City v. Bournemouth|
|Wed., July 15||1 p.m.||Newcastle v. Tottenham|
|Wed., July 15||3:15 p.m.||Arsenal v. Liverpool|
|Wed., July 15||5:15 p.m.||Goal Zone|
Peacock will launch July 15 with a free tier offering over 7,500 hours of content, including live and on-demand programming across news, sports, reality, and late night. Peacock Premium will also be available for $4.99/month, featuring over 15,000 hours of content. Subscribers can upgrade to an ad free experience for an additional $5/month.
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