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English Premier League kicks off on SKYcable

Football fans in the Philippines will get to see more action as SKYcable brings the all-out return of the English Premier League for free via the cable channel Premier Football this month of September.

Owned and operated by TAP Digital Media Ventures Corp. (TAP DMV), the 24/7 channel is dedicated to showcasing non-stop football games and content, featuring world-class titles such as the EPL, Scottish Premiership, Eredivisie, DFB-Pokal, Chinese Super League, Barça TV, and Juventus TV. 

The EPL is considered the top tier international football league headlined by renowned clubs such as Manchester United, Manchester City, Chelsea, Arsenal, reigning champions Liverpool, among others. Matchday 1 begins on September 12, 2020, with a triple header and airs LIVE on Premier Football with the reigning champions Liverpool hosting newly-promoted Leeds in the season opener, while Manchester City and Manchester United will start their season a week later.

With the majority of this season’s matchdays played on Saturdays, fans can spend their evenings watching the live matches on Premier Football and enjoy a whole day of programming on “Premier League Sundays” featuring match replays, previews, and highlights shows. 

Premier Football is on free preview until September 30, 2020, on SKYcable. For non-stop football action, SKYcable and SKY Fiber with All-In Box subscribers can add the channel to their plan for only P299 per month via SELECT. Visit mysky.com.ph/ getpremierfootball to avail.

To know more about SKY, visit mysky.com.ph.

Topics: SKYcable , Football , English Premier League , TAP Digital Media Ventures Corp , Manchester United , Manchester City , Chelsea , Arsenal , Liverpool
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