How to watch Manchester United clash!

The complete guide to how and where you can watch Albion’s game on Tuesday evening.

By Alex Stedman • 28 June 2020

By Paul Hazlewood
There are plenty of viewing options for Tuesday evening's game.

Albion’s third match since the Premier League restart against Manchester United will be shown live on Sky Sports, kick off 8.15pm. 

The Seagulls host Ole Gunnar Solskjaer’s men and will be looking to maintain a perfect record against their opponents on home soil in the Premier League.

The Seagulls recorded a 1-0 win over the Red Devils in May 2018, sealing Premier League survival thanks to Pascal Gross’s second half header.

Glenn Murray, Shane Duffy and Gross were also all on target when Albion beat United 3-2 on the south coast in August 2018. 

In partnership with EA SPORTS FIFA, Sky Sports has created a range of bespoke and team-specific crowd noises and chants to bring the vibrant atmosphere of the Premier League to the restart.

Viewers can select the Sky channel to watch with the added sound or with stadium noise on Tuesday evening. 

Supporters will also have a Sky Sports Recap section for key highlights from matches with a live timeline option available during the game. 

There will also be a fanzone option on the Sky Sports website and app to watch select matches with friends in a video room and interact while the action unfolds, giving you the chance to chat about the match and influence the crowd noise you hear on screen.  

The game will be live on free-to-air television in the UK on Sky Pick.  Season-ticket holders will not need to use their NOW TV day pass code to access the game.

Albion around the world: 

Click here to head to the Premier League website, where you’ll find kick-off times for all remaining matches for wherever you are around the world.

As always, we’ve got you covered: 

Our website and social media channels will keep you up to date with all of the action throughout matchday and after the final whistle. There is also live commentary on MyAlbion TV. 

Click here to make sure you’re following our social media channels ahead of the match.  

BBC Sussex will also be providing live commentary of every Albion game between now and the end of the campaign with Johnny Cantor and Warren Aspinall.