Tottenham Hotspur fans in the UK will be able to watch all of the club’s league fixtures in February live after the Premier League confirmed today that all matches from Saturday January 30th to the last weekend of February will be broadcast.
In previous seasons, only a few matches were selected for broadcast but that changed following the suspension of the league due to the COVID-19 pandemic last year.
Since footballing action returned behind closed doors last summer, more matches have been made available so that fans can still watch all their team’s Premier League clashes even if they are not able to make it to the stadium.
The Premier League had come under fire earlier this season when some matches were only made available via pay-per-view for £14.99 per game but the scheme was quickly scrapped.
Matches will continue to be shown via the existing services of broadcast partners Sky Sports, BT Sport, Amazon Prime Video and BBC.
Details of all contracted broadcast selections, along with early additional selections, are expected to be announced shortly.
Spurs Web Opinion
Until fans can return to the stadiums safely (which is likely going to take several months), the Premier League should continue broadcasting all their matches on TV.
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