The Barclays Premier League Championship and all four Champions League positions have been wrapped up along with two of the three relegation positions, but that doesn’t mean that NBC is going to skimp on coverage for the final day of the season. On Championship Sunday, NBC will air all ten matches like at 10 PM on ten networks throughout the NBC family. The “premier” match of the day is Hull City vs Manchester United on NBC, with Hull needing a win and either a loss or draw by Newcastle United to avoid relegation.
Here are where all ten matches will be found on Sunday.
Arsenal vs West Bromwich Albion, Bravo
Aston Villa vs Burnley, Esquire
Chelsea vs Sunderland, NBCSN
Crystal Palace vs Swansea City, E!
Everton vs Tottenham Hotspur, CNBC
Hull City vs Manchester United, NBC
Leicester City vs Queens Park Rangers, Oxygen
Manchester City vs Southampton, MSNBC
Newcastle United vs West Ham United, USA
Stoke City vs Liverpool, Syfy
With Chelsea already wrapping up the title, and Manchester City, Arsenal, and Manchester United all wrapping up top four spots in the league, there aren’t many storylines left to watch during the season’s final day. Liverpool, Spurs, and Southampton are all vying for the two automatic Europa League slots, though all three will qualify if Arsenal beats Aston Villa in the FA Cup final next weekend. Newcastle and Hull are the lone two teams that can be the third team relegated to the Championship.
NBC and NBCSN will also be airing a special Championship Sunday edition of Goal Zone at noon on Sunday, and an edition of Premier League Live entitled The Champions will focus on Chelesa’s championship run this season. NBCSN will also be airing a special one-hour finale of Men In Blazers on Sunday after the Lightning-Rangers game, with Rebecca Lowe wedging her way into the Panic Room with Roger Bennett and Michael Davies.
Championship Sunday is always a fun time, and NBC is going all-out despite the lack of compelling storylines.