Premier League Agrees Restart and Shock Deal to Show Live Games on the BBC

The Premier League has finally agreed to get the 19/20 season underway again and gently massaged to a climax, as top-tier football is set to return on June 17. If you count Aston Villa and Sheffield United as top-tier. A-ha. A little football joke for you there. Please don't knife me. Read More >>

Premier League Humbled into Bargaining Away TV Rights for Return to Business

The Premier League may soon get its wish and be allowed to restart the 2019/20 football season, but only if it agrees to a government request to open some matches to free-to-air TV channels and make larger down-trickle payments to the lower divisions. Read More >>

Sky Sports Plans CG Fans Should Football Return Behind Closed-Doors

Should the bizarre happen and the 2019-20 football season restart without fans in the stands, Sky Sports has a technical solution to that looking all a bit shit on telly; CG fans filling the empty seats. And therefore some sort of adaptive crowd noise too. Read More >>

Premier League Could Kick off the Remainder of the Season as Soon as June

Football fans across the world have had to live in a reality where the only balls they're seeing on a daily basis aren't as pert or perfectly round as they'd like, but that could all change with the possible return of the sport in the first week of June. Read More >>

ePremier League Kicks off Today so Football Fans Can Stop Moping About for Five Minutes

What is life without football? As an expert on all things ball-related, not being able to watch millionaires play a spot of footie in matching outfits has been a burden we've all had to shoulder while the season has been inexplicably put on hold. But thank Christ for video games, where we can finally focus on the important things in life again thanks to the ePremier League Invitational tournament. Read More >>

Premier League Considers Desperate Isolation Camp Plan to Complete Season

The lack of anything sports-related to do has driven the organisers of the Premier League completely mad, as bosses are said to be planning to assemble World Cup group stage style isolation camps for the top tier teams, so they'll be able to play out the remainder of the current season over the summer. Should the players not come down with the virus and die. Read More >>

The Premier League Tackles Illegal Streams in Ireland After Winning an ISP Blocking Order

During this season of football, the Premiere League is continuing to stamp out pirated steams - this time in Ireland. Read More >>

To Combat Kodi Pirates, The Premier League May Stream Its Own Matches

With the various addons and plugins for Kodi you can stream just about anything, from movies to live football. The latter has everyone panicked because four years of the Premier League's global broadcasting rights are worth around £8.3 billion. BT and Sky both currently pay for broadcast rights, and to stream the matches via their own apps and spin-off services like Now TV. The costs of this have driven some users to try and illegally stream the sports without paying. Read More >>

Report: Google to Battle Sky and BT for Live Premier League Football on YouTube

BT last week announced plans to show the Europa League (tonight) and Champions League finals for free online, and a report from the Daily Mail’s Charles Sale suggests that Google will keep a particularly keen eye out for YouTube viewing figures for the two fixtures. Read More >>

Fantasy Premier League Football Players Warned to Check Computers for Malware

If you’re a fan of Fantasy Football, there’s a big chance you’ve been targeted by hackers. Malwarebytes has discovered that the official Barclays Premier League Fantasy Football website has been hit by criminals intent on luring unsuspecting users to an infected site. Read More >>

Sky TV Subscription Prices are Going Up

One of the pricier TV packages out there, you get what you pay for with Sky -- the latest blockbusters, the most Premier League football matches and the best EPG/PVR interface out there. But maintaining that service doesn't come cheap -- Sky forked out a staggering £4.2 billion at the last auction of Premier League broadcasting rights. Then it has to maintain exclusivity of HBO shows including Game of Thrones and Boardwalk Empire, as well as putting money into its own productions such as Penny Dreadful and Fortitude. Read More >>

Virgin Media Inspires Ofcom Probe That Could See More Premier League Matches Televised

After having a moan at Ofcom about the number of Premier League football matches that go untelevised in the UK each year, Virgin Media has inspired the regulator to look into the matter. Resorting to foreign streams for those 3pm kick offs may be a thing of the past, with Ofcom probing whether or not more matches could be broadcast. Read More >>

Be Careful About Infringing Our Intellectual Property on Vine, Warns Premier League

The English football money police is threatening a "clamp down" on the insta-posting of goals on Vine, after the practise went mainstream during the World Cup. Warning that doing so is a "breach of copyright," the EPL says it's working on a range of measures including GIF and Vine "crawlers" to automate the removal of such clips. [BBC] Read More >>

Hawk-Eye Goal-Line Tech Approved for Premier League Next Season

The Premier League has given the go-head for for goal-line sensor tech, with the proven Hawk-Eye system set to be introduced for the 2013/14 season. Seven cameras in each goal will ensure "millimetre accurate" tracking of the ball, taking some of the guesswork out of controversial did it/didn't it moments. Read More >>

BT is the Surprise New Home of Premier League Football

BT has just agreed to pay an enormous £246m per year to show selected live Premier League matches, which it'll begin to broadcast/stream when the 2013/14 football season starts. How many exchanges could it have upgraded to fibre for that money? Read More >>