MOVE over BT and Sky, there’s a new kid on the football broadcasting block.
You can watch up to three streams with a Prime account – but with nine games available live on Boxing Day, take a look at the Amazon Goals Centre.
What is Goals Centre on Amazon Prime football?
AMAZON are new to football broadcasting and on the whole are keeping things very familiar for UK audiences.
There are few gimmicks in the coverage which BT Sport and Sky customers won’t have seen before, although the option to turn off the commentary and listen to the crowd is a welcome addition.
Goals Centre is very much like BT’s Champions League goal show or the NFL Redzone.
As Amazon Prime is streaming only, it allows the company to provide dedicated streams to each game – and the Goals Centre is separate to these.
Hosted by Match of the Day commentator Steve Bower, it will show you every goal to go in around the grounds, as well as any big talking points.
Amazon are showing a bumper festive schedule on Boxing Day and the Goals Centre will run for 12 straight hours.
If you’re not a Prime member, grab a free 30-day trial to see what all the fuss is about.
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How can I watch it?
THERE are nine Premier League games being broadcast on Boxing Day.
The Goals Centre WILL be in operation.
And if you so choose, you could watch one live on your TV whilst playing the Goals Centre on another Amazon device – so you don’t miss anything.
You can watch up to three simultaneous streams on one Prime account.
The games on December 26 are:
- Tottenham vs Brighton
- Bournemouth vs Arsenal
- Aston Villa vs Norwich
- Chelsea vs Southampton
- Crystal Palace vs West Ham
- Everton vs Burnley
- Sheffield United vs Watford
- Manchester United vs Newcastle
- Leicester vs Liverpool
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