On Saturday, August 20th at 12:30 p.m. ET Leicester City will match up against Arsenal in both clubs’ second match of the English Premier League Season. Arsenal has once again looked strong in the preseason and snuck out a victory in its first match against Sunderland with a late goal. Leicester City is trying to follow up its record-setting campaign last year when it shocked the world and won the English Premier League.
Leicester City had a poor preseason and started the regular season with a loss. But it is still impossible not to watch their matches after such a historic campaign last year. The club did not look great the entire year, but really turned it on down the stretch when it needed to. It is impossible to know when a run like that could start again.
If you want to watch Leicester vs Arsenal online, you can easily do it through multiple options. Even if you do not have cable, you can get the match online. The below guide details all the options and everything you need to know.
Get a Leicester vs Arsenal Live Stream through Sling TV
Dish Network’s Sling TV will be an ideal option to watch Leicester vs Arsenal online. The subscription streaming service has multiple starting packages. One costs $25 per month for its Sling Blue package. You get around 40 cable channels live streaming with your subscription, which includes TBS, TNT, NBCSN, FX, FS1, and even FOX or NBC live in certain markets. The other costs $20 per month with channels like ESPN, ESPN2, TBS, TNT, AMC, and ESPN3 (Accessed through WatchESPN). You can check out our review or the Sling TV site to figure out which package would work best.
To stream Leicester vs Arsenal, you’ll have to add the World News Extra package onto your Sling TV subscription for an additional $5 a month. The package gets you CNBC, the channel broadcasting the match, as well as MSNBC, BBC World News, and other news channels from around the world. If you want to get Leicester vs Arsenal streaming free, you can do that on Sling TV as well by signing up for the 7-day free trial.
If you are interested in Sling TV, you can even get a free Roku player or $60 off an Apple TV when you sign up for three months of the service. Both options let you watch a Leicester vs Arsenal live stream on your TV. Other options for streaming include your phone, tablet, or computer.
Sign up for Sony’s PlayStation Vue to Watch a Leicester vs Arsenal Live Stream
PlayStation Vue is another way to watch Leicester vs Arsenal online. The starting package has more than 50 channels to live stream, which is an impressive amount for a cable alternative. Altogether it only costs $29.99 per month and there is no contract required. CNBC is included in the basic package, so you can stream Leicester vs Arsenal without any add-ons. Other channels are ESPN, ESPN2, TBS, TNT, AMC, CNN, FX, FS1, and MSNBC.
If you live in Philadelphia, San Francisco, New York City, Miami, Dallas, Los Angeles, or Chicago you can even watch channels like NBC, ABC, FOX, and CBS live. The price bumps up to $39.99 per month, but you get about 10 additional channels including local broadcasts as well. The only negative of PlayStation Vue is you are restricted when trying to streaming outside of your home. You can learn more about PlayStation Vue in our review here.
Live Outside the US, but Still Want to Watch?
Do not worry if you are outside the United States about missing out on the cable cutting trend. You can still watch a Leicester vs Arsenal live stream and you can learn about all of your options here.
Leicester vs Arsenal Schedule
Date: Saturday, August 20th
Time: 12:30 p.m. ET
Live stream: Sling TV
After Leicester City made history last season by winning the Premier League from an underdog role, fans are more excited than ever to watch their team play. But Arsenal is one of the strongest teams in the league, and will present a tough second game for the reigning EPL champs. This should be a great game to watch, regardless of who comes out on top.
If you want to watch more games during the season, you can check out our English Premier League guide. And, if there is some other sports you want to keep up with after cutting cable our sports guide will be incredibly helpful.