The Football Association (FA) has lifted the Saturday afternoon 3pm blackout for the upcoming football season, due to the ongoing Covid-19 pandemic.
The blackout was introduced in 1980s, preventing games with a 3pm kick-off from being shown live on TV. This is to encourage fans to attend matches, and promote participation at grassroots level.
The move should mean that all Premier League matches will be available on TV, although the platforms showing the additional matches are yet to be confirmed.
Games are still being played behind closed doors, although it is planned that limited numbers of fans will be allowed to attend from the end of October.