In seven weeks the 2021/22 Premier League season will be underway and Brentford matches will be available to watch on TV stations all over the world. The Premier League announced deals earlier this month to extend its existing partnerships with Sky Deutschland, Sky Osterreich and Sky Switzerland through to 2025. Under the agreements, Sky will continue to broadcast the Premier League exclusively live in Germany, Austria and the German part of Switzerland and provide an extensive scope of coverage.
Brentford's first ever Premier League game will be the first in the 2021/22 top flight when we welcome Arsenal to our new stadium on Friday 13 August for a match that will kick-off at 8pm and be broadcast live on Sky Sports. If any fans have not seen the full fixture schedule, it is available here. The Bees have three games in August with matches away to Crystal Palace and Aston Villa to follow the Arsenal clash. Broadcast selections for August have been chosen.
The game against Arsenal will be available on British TV but the Premier League is broadcast all over the world. Premier League games are available in all but three countries around the world. From Afghanistan to Zimbabwe, and almost everywhere in between, you can watch The Bees from home. And there is even a deal to broadcast matches on curise ships.
"The Premier League is very pleased to extend its partnership with Sky Deutschland, Osterreich and Switzerland for a further three seasons until the end of 2024/25," said Premier League Director of Broadcasting Paul Molnar when announcing the latest broadcast deal. "Sky has an outstanding track record of delivering the very best coverage of the Premier League to fans in Germany, Austria and Switzerland across its various channels and platforms. We are looking forward to working with Sky over the coming period as some of the most popular players and coaches from the region continue to play such a prominent role in the ongoing success of the League."