Fulham v Aston Villa: how to watch Fulham’s next game live on Amazon Prime Video this week

Fulham take to Amazon Prime Video this week as they face Aston Villa in the Premier League

Amazon Prime Video’s extensive live coverage of the Premier League continues this week, with the game between London club Fulham and Aston Villa one of two matches to be screened on Thursday. Despite a loss and a draw in their last two games, Fulham continue to exceed expectations in the Premier League, as they currently sit 10th in the table.

The fixture is part of a 20 game package that Amazon bid for, outbidding the current two broadcasters and to wet their feet in any potential move to bid for the broadcasting rights to the Premier League during the next bidding process. The platform currently owns the rights to screen Spain’s La Liga and Germany’s Bundesliga.

Despite several clashes taking place, all the games will be screened live and uninterrupted simultaneously across Prime Video. There will also be an extra channel included that will offer analysis and in-studio punditry from a range of footballing figures for all the games.

Londonworld is here to give you all the information on when the game will take place, how to watch and how to sign up to Prime Video.

When is Fulham v Aston Villa taking place?

Fulham will be playing Aston Villa at home at Craven Cottage, London on Thursday October 20 2022 at 7:30pm.

How can I watch Fulham v Aston Villa live on TV?

Fulham v Aston Villa can only be watched through Amazon Prime Video, as part of the 20 Premier League games they have picked up during the 2022-2023 season. Broadcasting will begin for the game at 7pm on Prime Video, with punditry and in-studio comments ahead of the 7:30pm kick off.

The game will be simulcast alongside other games Prime Video are screening this week, with an on-demand broadcast of all games available after the full time whistle.

How do I sign up to Amazon Prime Video?

Those who already have a pre-existing Amazon Prime membership are already entitled to Prime Video at no extra charge and can access the live football from the Prime Video app. For those who do not have an Amazon Prime Video account, the service is offering a 30 day trial for new members, which will then become a recurring payment of £8.99 per month, which can be cancelled at any time.

You can sign up and find out more information about Prime Video by visiting Amazon’s official sign-up page.

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