Premiership Rugby have confirmed that the resumption of the 2019-20 Gallagher Premiership Rugby season will be shown live on BT Sport, with every match which is played behind closed doors live on BT Sport.
Once crowds can safely return to stadia, BT Sport will revert to broadcasting multiple matches exclusively live per round.
In a ground-breaking agreement between Premiership Rugby and BT Sport, fans can watch more live matches than ever before, from 14 August, including all six matches in Round 14.
BT Sport is also working with Premiership Rugby and its clubs to offer eligible season ticket holders free access to home Gallagher Premiership matches broadcast on the BT Sport App.
The BT Sport Match Pass is designed for season ticket holders of participating clubs who do not already have a BT Sport subscription and can’t attend their home matches in person due to the current restrictions. Eligibility for the Match Pass is at the individual clubs discretion and is not determined by BT. Further information will be made available via clubs soon.
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LIST | 5 massive Premiership transfers that could still happen
As we head towards the restart of the Gallagher Premiership, there are a number of transfers still on the agenda…
1. Kyle Eastmond (Harlequins)
The 30-year-old former England centre is reportedly set to sign a short-term deal with Harlequins after departing from Leicester Tigers. Eastmond was one of five players to have departed, alongside Manu Tuilagi, Telusa Veainu, Greg Batemen and Noel Reid, Tigers CEO Andrea Pinchen said in a video posted on the club website.