The Premier League fixtures were announced on Thursday and it was confirmed which games Amazon Prime Video will show in their first season of rights but it'll cost fans big to watch everything.
Thursday morning saw the announcement of next season's Premier League fixtures, with Manchester United vs Chelsea to stand out tie of the opening weekend.
As well as show everyone their team will play every other team twice it also confirmed which games will be shown on Amazon Prime Video and that means that fans now need three subscriptions to watch all the televised games.
According to the Daily Mail fans could have to pay upwards of £900 to subscribe to Sky Sports, BT Sports and Amazon Prime.
Sky and BT have been showing games for a number of years and have swapped their Saturday packages around.
That means that Saturday's early 12.30 kick off will be available on BT and the 5.30 pm game on Saturday evening will be shown on Sky.
Sky will be showing 112 games live, BT will have 52 in all and Amazon will be showing 20 games over just two game days, meaning viewers will have the choice on what to watch.
They'll show midweek games early in December and the Boxing Day schedule, which stretches to December 28th.
There is some good news for fans when it comes to watching on Amazon. Current Prime members won't have to pay anything extra for start.
The 20 games are all in December so that means just one months subscription and Amazon currently offer one months free subscription so if that isn't taken away then you can sign up, get free football and free deliveries on Christmas gifts and not get charged, as long as you remember to cancel in time.
There's going to be a lot of Premier League available to watch for viewers next season but it's extremely expensive.
Will you be paying for all three subscriptions?