Boxing Day football is one of the most highly-anticipated dates on the Premier League calendar as fans, players, and clubs come together to put on a Christmas show.
This year, Spurs have been treated to the early kick-off on the 26th this season as they welcome Brighton to the new Tottenham Hotspur Stadium at 12:30 pm.
This means that Tottenham fans will be able to tune in for the Boxing Day clash before having a nice late lunch or dinner with their families (if you can convince them).
However, this year is a little different for the Premier League when it comes to the Christmas schedule, as Amazon Prime are televising every single Boxing Day game, including the 3 pm kick-offs.
This means that fans will have to sign themselves up to Prime in order to view, but luckily there is a way to watch Tottenham for free (Metro).
If you sign up on November 27 or later and select the 30-day free trial, you can view the Brighton game without spending a penny.
Prime is then £7.99 per month after the free trial ends, but it can be cancelled at any time.
Amazon Prime are also showing Man United vs Tottenham on December 4.
4 – Man United vs Spurs
7 – Spurs vs Burnley
11 – Bayern Munich vs Spurs
15 – Wolves vs Spurs
22 – Spurs vs Chelsea
26 – Spurs vs Brighton
28 – Norwich vs Spurs
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