BT Sport reveals Premier League matches it will show live in January

If you’ve got BT Sport you can look forward to watching Liverpool vs Everton, Spurs vs Manchester City and more in the New Year. And if you haven’t got BT Sport, there are now more ways to get it than ever before.

BT has revealed the Barclays Premier League football it will be showing exclusively live on BT Sport in January.

If you subscribe to the group of sports channels, you'll be able to watch a total of six matches in the first month of the New Year.

The first two, a New Year's Day double-header of Southampton vs Chelsea and Manchester United vs Tottenham Hotspur, were revealed when BT Sport announced its Christmas schedule last month.

The highlight of the newly-announced fixtures is arguably the second Merseyside derby of the season, with Liverpool, currently in third place, hosting Everton, who have only lost one game so far this season under new boss Roberto Martinez, on 28 January, 2014, kick off 8pm.

If that doesn't tickle your fancy, then the clash betwixt big-spending Tottenham Hotspur and Manchester City at White Hart Lane on 29 January, 2014, kick off 7.45pm, surely will, with each club having splashed out around £100million on new players in the summer.

Barclays Premier League matches to be shown exclusively live on BT Sport from 1 January, 2014 to 29 January, 2014


Kick off

Home team

Away team

Wednesday 1 January, 2014




Wednesday 1 January, 2014


Manchester United

Tottenham Hotspur

Saturday 11 January, 2014


Hull City


Saturday 18 January, 2014




Tuesday 28 January, 2014




Wednesday 29 January, 2014


Tottenham Hotspur

Manchester City

There's a couple of gaps in that schedule because the third round of the FA Cup with Budweiser will be played on 4 January, 2014 and the fourth round on 25 January, 2014. BT Sport will show seven matches live over the the two rounds. BT Sport will share exclusive live coverage of the competition with the BBC next season.

Here's what Simon Green, director of BT Sport, had to say: "We're starting off the New Year in style with some fantastic top flight live fixtures that are guaranteed to warm up the fans. We promised BT Sport viewers top-class football action and that's exactly what we're delivering."

One major difference between BT Sport's winter Premier League schedule and its autumn schedule is it'll show more matches that kick off in the evening rather than Saturday lunchtime. If, like us, you struggle to get out of bed at the weekend, this makes BT Sport infinitely more appealing.

If you haven't got BT Sport, but the Christmas and New Year schedule has tempted you to subscribe, so, if nothing else, you can avoid playing the Who Wants To Be A Millionaire game with your rellies on Boxing Day, there are now more options open to you than ever before:

  • BT broadband -BT Sport is free online and on your smartphone with all packages
  • BT broadband and TV -BT Sport is free on your telly as well as online and on your smartphone with all packages
  • Plusnet broadband -You can get BT Sport on your TV, online and on your phone from £5.99 a month provided you're an existing Plusnet broadband customer with a Sky box and viewing card
  • Sky TV -You can get BT Sport on Sky TV, as well as online and on your phone, for free if you also have BT broadband, and if you don't you can add it to Sky TV from £12 a month plus a one-off activation fee through BT
  • Virgin Media TV -BT Sport comes as standard with the Virgin Media TV XL package and can be added to any other Virgin Media TV package for £15 a month

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