Amazon’s new Premier League show enlists Jeff Stelling as presenter

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As Amazon gears up for its yearly midweek Premier League December fixtures next week (5-7 December), Jeff Stelling has been announced as Prime Video’s presenter of its new goals show, ‘Every Game Every Goal’

Stelling left his position as the presenter of Sky Sports’ Soccer Saturday show at the end of the 2022-23 season, having served nearly 30 years in the position, and will now play host to Prime Video’s new real-time goal show of over 20 live games exclusively on Amazon Prime. 

Stelling will also be joined by former BBC Breakfast and Match of the Day host Dan Walker, who will also be a host on some Every Game Every Goal shows. 

The newly established show will show ‘all the goals and key moments from every game as soon as they go in across six of the evening’s fixtures’. 

The two new Prime presenters will make their debut on the show to cover next week’s games, including Aston Villa vs. Manchester City and Manchester United vs. Chelsea. 

Stelling and Walker join a growing broadcast team at Amazon, which includes pundits such as Thierry Henry, Alan Shearer, Patrice Evra, Jermain Defoe, Roberto Martinez and Stuart Pearce

Amazon has also compiled a roster of football’s most notable commentators and presenters. Ally McCoist, Jon Champion, Clive Tyldesley, Gabby Logan and Guy Mowbray will all return to Prime video’s coverage of the Premier League. 

The effort to expand its coverage of the Premier League could signal Amazon’s intent of retaining and possibly increasing the rights to league games in the upcoming broadcast deal. 

The Premier League announced it is expanding the amount of live games in the next broadcast deal, from 200 to 270, creating more space for broadcasters like Amazon to increase the amount of games it can showcase. 

The tender process also revealed that 2:00pm Premier League games will be televised as part of the new rights deal, and Amazon is aiming to buy the rights for the time slot looking to fend off significant interest from Sky.

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