Newcastle United Live TV matches – Broadcaster details confirmed for final game v Fulham
A full season of Newcastle United Live TV matches now comes to an end.
Newcastle United making an official announcement (see below) on Thursday as to who will cover Sunday’s game at Craven Cottage.
We already knew kick-off was 4pm as all 10 games kick off at same time on final day of the season – but NUFC have revealed that it will be Sky Sports who will cover Fulham v Newcastle.
The Premier League have given details of all ten matches in their own announcement.
The ‘race for the top four’ is of course the big story, with three clubs going for the final two Champions League qualifying places.
As you can from the Premier League table with one game remaining.
As well as the massive Fulham v Newcastle clash…Sky Sports also have the Chelsea, Liverpool and Leicester matches, Sky with seven games in total, BT Sport having the other three.
Premier League announcement of broadcast details for all 10 PL matches:
Sunday 23 May 2021
16:00 Arsenal v Brighton (Sky Sports)
16:00 Aston Villa v Chelsea (Sky Sports Action)
16:00 Fulham v Newcastle (Sky Sports)
16:00 Leeds v West Brom (BT Sport)
16:00 Leicester v Spurs (Sky Sports Football)
16:00 Liverpool v Crystal Palace (Sky Sports Main Event)
16:00 Man City v Everton (Sky Sports)
16:00 Sheffield Utd v Burnley (BT Sport)
16:00 West Ham v Southampton (Sky Sports)
16:00 Wolves v Man Utd (BT Sport)
Newcastle United Official Announcement:
‘Newcastle United’s final match of the 2020/21 Premier League season, away at Fulham, will be shown live on Sky Sports.
The home club will welcome a limited number of supporters back to Craven Cottage for Sunday’s game – which along with all other Premier League fixtures on the final day of the campaign, will kick off at 4pm (BST) – but there will be no away fans allowed.
However, as with every game this season, it will be televised live – and Sky Sports will broadcast the match in the UK.
Fulham are already relegated, but drew at Manchester United in their previous outing, while Steve Bruce’s Magpies are hoping to pick up three points to match their highest final points tally since returning to the top flight four years ago.’
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