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Rebecca Lowe, Robbie Earle, Robbie Mustoe and Tim Howard On-Location at Goodison Park Ahead of Everton-Bournemouth; Howard Served as Everton Goalkeeper for 10 Seasons

Peacock to Live Stream All 10 “Championship Sunday” Matches for the First Time

STAMFORD, Conn. – May 26, 2023 – NBC Sports concludes a thrilling Premier League season with “Championship Sunday,” featuring all 10 matches presented live simultaneously this Sunday, May 28, at 11:30 a.m. ET, on Peacock and the networks of NBCUniversal. Click here for the full schedule.

Following are the networks and announcers for “Championship Sunday” (live, Sunday at 11:30 a.m. ET, subject to change):

Everton v. BournemouthUSA Network, PeacockPeter Drury, Lee Dixon, Graeme Le Saux
Everton v. Bournemouth (Spanish)PeacockSammy Sadovnik, Walter Roque
Leeds United v. TottenhamCNBC, PeacockAndy Bishop, Jim Beglin
Leeds United v. Tottenham (Spanish)TelemundoAndres Cantor, Manuel Sol
Leicester City v. West HamSYFY, PeacockJim Proudfoot, Matt Holland
Manchester United v. FulhamBravo, PeacockIan Crocker, Andy Walker
Arsenal v. Wolverhampton WanderersPeacockTony Jones, Matt Upson
Brentford v. Manchester CityPeacockPien Meulensteen, Glenn Murray
Chelsea v. NewcastlePeacockJacqui Oatley, Garry Birtles
Southampton v. LiverpoolPeacockJonathan Beck, Tony Gale
Aston Villa v. Brighton & Hove AlbionPeacockIan Darke, Efan Ekoku
Crystal Palace v. Nottingham ForestPeacockGary Taphouse, David Phillips

Headlining Sunday’s slate of matches, which will all be presented live on Peacock for the first time, is Everton, who have been in England’s top-flight every season since 1954, Leicester City, and Leeds United fighting to avoid relegation. In total, Peacock will present 30+ hours of “Championship Sunday” coverage.

Sunday’s action begins with a special two-hour Premier League Mornings at 9:30 a.m. ET on Peacock, continuing at 10:30 a.m. ET on Peacock and USA Network, as NBC Sports’ Premier League studio show travels to the U.K. to host the Championship Sunday shows live on-site. Rebecca Lowe hosts Sunday’s shows from a pitchside desk at Everton’s Goodison Park alongside former Jamaica National Team and Premier League player Robbie Earle, former Premier League player Robbie Mustoe, and former USMNT and Premier League player Tim Howard, who was a standout goalkeeper for Everton. Throughout a more than two-decade playing career, Howard made a total of 414 appearances over 10 seasons with Everton from 2006-16.

Sunday’s show from Goodison Park will mark the first time NBC Sports’ studio show will be on-site for a match with relegation implications.

The Goal Rush whip-around show will stream live on Peacock at 11:30 a.m. ET, providing viewers the most compelling action in real time and on replay so they won’t miss a single goal or key play.

Following the matches this Sunday, Goal Zone airs at 1:30 p.m. ET on USA Network and Peacock and continues at 2:30 p.m. ET on Peacock.

A new episode of THE MEN IN BLAZERS SHOW, hosted by Roger Bennett and Michael Davies, featuring the MiB American Football Awards with Rebecca Lowe, streams on Peacock Sunday at 3:30 p.m. ET.

This season, Peacock will once again stream all games airing on the NBC broadcast network live. In addition, Peacock will feature studio shows, full match replays and the Premier League TV channel. All matchdays and windows exclusively on Peacock will feature NBC Sports’ Premier League studio coverage.