Football on Boxing Day. It’s as much a part of Christmas in England as plum pudding.
Punctually at lunchtime (1.30 p.m.) the round leather rolls or flies again. Brentford FC – with Germany’s Vitaly Janelt – and Tottenham Hotspur make the start.
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However, if you want to watch Premier League games in Germany, you need a Sky subscription (advertisement).
The pay TV broadcaster has the exclusive rights for Germany.
The first appearance of World Cup hero Emiliano Martinez (30 / Aston Villa) can be eagerly awaited. Eight days after the World Cup final and the extravagant celebrations in Buenos Aires, is he back in the starting XI against Liverpool? Liverpool coach Jürgen Klopp (55) will certainly be prepared for this (6.30 p.m., also Sky).
Kick-off is at 6 p.m., also exclusively on Sky.
Derby time starts at 9 p.m. Leaders Arsenal welcome local rivals West Ham United. National player Thilo Kehrer (26) can then show whether he coped well with the bitter World Cup loss in the preliminary round.
Friends of the 2nd English league will get their money’s worth at DAZN (advertisement). The subscribers can look forward to a lot of cult and tradition.
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The online broadcaster will broadcast four games on Boxing Day:
Sunderland AFC v Blackburn Rovers (kick-off 1.30pm)
Sheffield United v Coventry City (kick-off 4pm)
Cardiff City v Queens Park Rangers (kick-off 6.15pm)
Luton Town v Norwich City (kick-off 8.45pm)
Football with the appropriate subscription will not be boring.
When will the other top leagues start again?
While the Bundesliga is pausing until January 20, 2023, things will continue in Spain this year. Atlético Madrid, among others, will be playing on December 29th. On New Year’s Eve, ex-Bayern star Robert Lewandowski and his FC Barcelona can play in a city derby against Espanyol. Italy is giving its players a rest until January 4th.
La Liga and Serie A also run on DAZN.