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Sky Sports' 'Written In The Stars' intro from the early 2010's will never be topped

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Sky Sports' 'Written In The Stars' intro from the early 2010's will never be topped

Ladies and gentlemen, it's time. After the longest 75 days of our lives, Premier League football will finally return to our screens on Friday night as Arsenal take on Crystal Palace at Selhurst Park.

The anticipation is real ahead of kick-off. Last minute changes to Fantasy teams, line-up predictions and an episode of Arsenal's: All or Nothing documentary may play a part in your day.

But after hours of twiddling your thumbs, millions will tune into Friday Night Football at 6:30pm to see Gary Neville and Jamie Carragher talk about the upcoming 2022/23 campaign. Oh, we're ready.

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One of the more highly-anticipated features in every Premier League season comes at 6:30pm on the first day, when fans discover which intro Sky Sports have decided to use for the new campaign.

In years gone by, we've had Tom Grennan's song ‘Found What I’ve Been Looking For' in the opening titles. More recently, Celeste's catchy tune 'Stop This Flame' graced out screens.

But for many, Tinie Tempah's hit song 'Written In The Stars' will go down as the greatest anthem of all time. I mean, just listen to this and tell me you didn't get goosebumps.


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Here's a full 45 second version.


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And with the same song from Tinie Tempah, here's another version of the iconic Sky Sports intro, featuring the likes of Teddy Sheringham, Alan Shearer, Jose Mourinho and Thierry Henry.


Many fans were in agreement that the early 2010's effort is the best yet.

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One said: "Kinda miss not having Tinie Tempah as the theme song for Sky Sports matches," while another commented: "Bring back Written In The Stars for the Premier League intro."

A third wrote: "The only Premier League anthem i acknowledge is Written In The Stars by Tinie Tempah.


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Let us know your favourite intro in the comments.

Featured Image Credit: Sky Sports

Topics: Premier League, Sky Sports, Gareth Bale, Steven Gerrard

Jack Kenmare
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