Newcastle United Live TV Matches – First two of the 2022/23 Premier League season now confirmed

We now have news of Newcastle United’s first live TV matches for the 2022/23 Premier League season.

The Premier League schedules were released on Thursday morning (see Newcastle United’s schedule below).

Opening weekend live TV matches for the UK broadcast have been made public.

Newcastle United are not included in these first five games chosen by Sky Sports and BT Sport, suggesting the opening game against Forest will take place on Saturday, August 6 at 3pm.

Friday, August 5, 2022

Crystal Palace v Arsenal (8pm) Sky Sports

Saturday 6 August 2022

Fulham v Liverpool (12.30pm) BT Sport

Everton v Chelsea (5:30pm) Sky Sports

Sunday 7 August 2022

Man Utd v Brighton (14:00) Sky Sports

West Ham United v Man City (4.30pm) Sky Sports

Amazon Prime will again have two full rounds of Premier League matches live next season:

Tuesday, October 18, 2022

Bournemouth – Southampton (7:45 PM)

Arsenal v Man City (7:45 PM)

Brentford – Chelsea (7:45 PM)

Brighton v Nottingham Forest (7:45 PM)

Fulham – Aston Villa (7:45 PM)

Leicester – Leeds (7:45 PM)

Crystal Palace v Wolves (8pm)

Wednesday, October 19, 2022

Newcastle United – Everton (7:45 PM)

Liverpool – West Ham (8pm)

Man Utd – Tottenham (8pm)

While Newcastle United will face Everton at home at 7:45pm on Wednesday, October 19, Amazon Prime will also have all Boxing Day matches, but they currently have 3pm for all ten matches. So I don’t know if that’s the plan, or if they’ll distribute them more, as is the case with those October contests they have the rights to.

Newcastle United have left Leicester in Boxing Day’s schedule.

Monday, December 26, 2022

Arsenal v West Ham

Aston Villa v Liverpool

Brentford at Tottenham

Chelsea v Bournemouth

Crystal Palace v Fulham

Everton v Wolves

Leeds v Man City

Leicester v Newcastle United

Man Utd v Nottingham Forest

Southampton v Brighton

Here are the Newcastle United Premier League matches for the 2022/23 season released earlier today:

A tough start to the season, with Brighton and Wolves away games in the first month, along with both Liverpool and Man City to play, with newly promoted Forest kicking things off at St James Park.

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