Schedule for Premier League Matches on Free Thai TV

Schedule for Premier League Matches on Free Thai TV


Some good news for fans of the Barclays Premier League is that Channel 3 has reached an agreement with CTH to broadcast 23 matches on their free channels. The first match will be broadcast on Channel 3 (analogue) and Channel 3 HD (Digital 33). There will also be EPL highlights just after midnight every Saturday from 24th August.  The first match will be Everton vs. Arsenal at 11:15pm on channel 3 and channel 4 HD on 23rd August.

The following are the match fixtures that have been released so far. I will update when more come in:

23rd August 2014: Everton vs. Arsenal from 11:15pm-1:30am
31st August 2014: Tottenham Hotspur vs. Liverpool from 7:15pm-9:30pm
13th September 2014: Arsenal vs. Manchester City from 6:30pm-8:45pm
21st September 2014: Leicester City vs. Manchester United from 7:15pm-9:30pm
27th September: Arsenal vs. Tottenham Hotspur from 11:15pm-1:30pm
5th October: Manchester United vs. Everton from 5:40pm-9pm
18th October: Manchester City vs. Tottenham Hotspur from 6:30pm-8:45pm
26th October: Manchester United vs. Chelsea from 10:45pm-1:00am

One way to watch ALL of the EPL matches in Thailand is either by subscribing to 365Sport or CTH. With 365Sport you can watch five days on demand. That means if you don’t want to stay up for a match you can watch when you wake up in the morning or any time for the following five days. To get a free trial (works until 24 August) click here for details. 

8 thoughts on “Schedule for Premier League Matches on Free Thai TV

  1. Thanks a lot for this schedule,Leicester vs Man u was priceless. However, i haven’ been able to watch the premier league on channel 3 for the past 2 weeks, does that mean that the agreement with cth is broken?
    Any news would be greatly appreciated.

  2. I have watched the games up to 26th. October. It is now 14th November, the Day of Man utd v Liverpool. Why do I always have to wait for kick off to find out if a game is on since October 26th?

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