Palace Fixtures And TV Changes
#1
Thought we need a thread to moan about tv companies screwing up our palace viewing plans.  It seems Amazon prime have joined the broadcast list, and as such, weekend matches will now be played on Friday or Monday evenings at 1930 or 2000, on Saturdays at 1230, 1500, 1730 and 1945 (grr), and on Sundays at 1400 (also shit) and 1630.

Current fixtures are as follows, will be changed for tv on or around the following dates:

Fixtures in August and September - Friday 5th July
Fixtures in October - Tuesday 6th August
Fixtures in November - Monday 16th September
Fixtures in December & January - Friday 11th October
Fixtures in February - Saturday 14th December
Fixtures in March - Friday 24th January
Fixtures in April - Friday 21st February
Fixtures in May - Friday 3rd April

August

Everton (H) - Saturday 10th May - 3pm Sheffield United (A) - currently Sat. 17th
Manchester United (A) - currently Sat. 24th
Aston Villa (H) - currently Sat. 31st

September

Tottenham Hotspur (A) - currently Sat. 14th
Wolverhampton Wanderers (H) - currently Sat. 21st
Norwich City (H) - currently Sat. 28th

October

West Ham United (A) - currently Sat. 5th
Manchester City (H) - now Saturday 19th 5.30pm
Arsenal (A) - now Sunday 27th 4.30pm

November

Leicester City (H) - now Sunday 3rd 2pm
Chelsea (A) - now Sat. 9th 12.30pm
Liverpool (H) - currently Sat. 23rd
Burnley (A) - currently Sat. 30th 

December

Bournemouth (H) - now Tuesday 3rd, 7.30pm
Watford (A) - currently Sat. 7th
Brighton (H) - now Monday 16th 8pm
Newcastle United (A) - currently Sat. 21st
West Ham United (H) - currently Thur. 26th
Southampton (A) - currently Sat. 28th

January

Norwich City (A) - now Wed. 1st 5.30pm
Arsenal (H) - now Sat. 11th 12.30pm
Manchester City (A) - currently Sat. 18th
Southampton (H) - now Tuesday 21st 7.30pm

February

Sheffield United (H) - currently Sat. 1st
Everton (A) - now Sat. 8th 1230 (bt sports)
Newcastle United (H) - currently Sat. 22nd
Brighton (A) - now Sat. 29th 1230 (bt sports)

March

Watford (H) - currently Sat. 7th
Bournemouth (A) - currently Sat. 14th
Liverpool (A) - currently 1730 Sat. 21st but may move again

April

Burnley (H) - currently Sat. 4th
Leicester City (A) - currently Sat. 11th
Chelsea (H) - now Sat. 18th 1230 but may change again
Aston Villa (A) - now monday 27th 2000

May

Manchester United (H) - currently Sat. 2nd
Wolverhampton Wanderers (A) - currently Sat. 9th

May


Tottenham Hotspur (H) - Sunday 17th May at 3pm (fixed time so all matches finish simultaneously)

Will try update as and when the kick off times and dates change to minimize travel costs.
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#2
You can watch on Amazon prime? Wow I am subscribing free delivery and sports
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#3
(24-06-2019, 14:35 PM)Razorsedge Wrote: You can watch on Amazon prime? Wow I am subscribing free delivery and sports

I wouldn't bother mate.  Its 10 matches one bank holiday and 10 matches on boxing day.

Sky and BT sports still dominate here.

Of course Sports Donkey still shows every single match for £50 a year.  But it's slightly dodgy.
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(24-06-2019, 14:42 PM)elgin eagle Wrote: I wouldn't bother mate.  Its 10 matches one bank holiday and 10 matches on boxing day.

Sky and BT sports still dominate here.

Of course Sports Donkey still shows every single match for £50 a year.  But it's slightly dodgy.

I'll be at Selhurst on those days anyway.
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#5
(24-06-2019, 15:18 PM)Yuri Gagarin Wrote: I'll be at Selhurst on those days anyway.

Boxing day is always a struggle for me, living up here.
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#6
(24-06-2019, 14:42 PM)elgin eagle Wrote: I wouldn't bother mate.  Its 10 matches one bank holiday and 10 matches on boxing day.

Sky and BT sports still dominate here.

Of course Sports Donkey still shows every single match for £50 a year.  But it's slightly dodgy.

I don't do dodgy, I may try and blag tickets for the game
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#7
(24-06-2019, 14:42 PM)elgin eagle Wrote: I wouldn't bother mate.  Its 10 matches one bank holiday and 10 matches on boxing day.

Sky and BT sports still dominate here.

Of course Sports Donkey still shows every single match for £50 a year.  But it's slightly dodgy.

I've never understood paying for pirate services. If you are going to get illegal streams then it may as well be free. Smile
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(24-06-2019, 20:08 PM)Swedish Expat Eagle Wrote: I've never understood paying for pirate services. If you are going to get illegal streams then it may as well be free. Smile

It avoids annoying pop ups though Smile

Honestly it's the best quid you will ever spend.
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#9
elgin eagle Wrote:It avoids annoying pop ups though Smile

Honestly it's the best quid you will ever spend.

I don't get pop ups. Smile
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(24-06-2019, 22:30 PM)Swedish Expat Eagle Wrote: I don't get pop ups. Smile

Pm sent Smile
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#11
(24-06-2019, 20:08 PM)Swedish Expat Eagle Wrote: I've never understood paying for pirate services. If you are going to get illegal streams then it may as well be free. Smile

I agree. 

I am not comfortable with pirate services, If I can't watch it, I always listen on the wireless in the garden (if it is summer) or in the lounge with a nice cup of tea in winter....feck the pirates
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#12
(25-06-2019, 06:33 AM)Razorsedge Wrote: I agree. 

I am not comfortable with pirate services, If I can't watch it, I always listen on the wireless in the garden (if it is summer) or in the lounge with a nice cup of tea in winter....feck the pirates

Nooo, the pirates are good.  The real pirates are the likes of sky TV,  charging you £1000 a year for an inferior service.  They deserve to be pirated themselves imo.
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#13
December looks to be a key month with those fixtures. Gotta make hay there.
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#14
(25-06-2019, 14:30 PM)Bones14 Wrote: December looks to be a key month with those fixtures. Gotta make hay there.

Yeah true Bonesey.  Every year I look at the fixtures and wonder where the 40 points will come from.  Then I think of Brighton and we must get more than them, unless we sell Wilf.
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#15
Looking forward to away at Sheffield United. Hope it isn't moved to inconveniently for telly.
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#16
(25-06-2019, 16:12 PM)Nth Kent Eagle Wrote: Looking forward to away at Sheffield United. Hope it isn't moved to inconveniently for telly.

Me and Keltic are hopefully going to that one mate.  See you there?
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#17
We should hear confirmation of Augusts and Septembers fixtures today.
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#18
Sheffield United A moved to Sunday 18th August, 2pm.

Heard a rumour of this a couple of days ago but didn't want to post it in case.  Now confirmed.  Can get to the ground 20 minutes before kick off if I go from Dundee.  Not sure if there is a earlier way if I drive to Edinburgh.  Might as well drive the whole fucking way then though.
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#19
Bit slow to update this thread.  All games in October moved, it seems.

October

West Ham United (A) - was Sat. 5th at 3pm, now 5.30pm
Manchester City (H) - was Sat. 19th, now Sunday 20th, 4.30pm
Arsenal (A) - was Sat. 26th, now Sunday 27th at 4.30pm


The Man City game might be moving back, but looks unlikely.
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#20
(13-08-2019, 13:52 PM)elgin eagle Wrote: Bit slow to update this thread.  All games in October moved, it seems.

October

West Ham United (A) - was Sat. 5th at 3pm, now 5.30pm
Manchester City (H) - was Sat. 19th, now Sunday 20th, 4.30pm
Arsenal (A) - was Sat. 26th, now Sunday 27th at 4.30pm


The Man City game might be moving back, but looks unlikely.


TV money will help
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