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4,920,000
Video views
4,051,312,408
Video count
6595
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Sky Sports Premier League
Subscribers
4,920,000
Video views
4,051,312,408
Video count
6595
Estimated earnings in past 30 days
$ 41.1K - $ 247K
10,000
last 7 days
Subscribers
70,000
last 30 days
170,000
last 90 days
13,488,569
last 7 days
Video views
109,578,067
last 30 days
272,177,491
last 90 days
Date Video views Estimated earnings
20.04.2024 Sat +13,488,569 $ 5.06K - $ 30.3K
16.04.2024 Tue +19,019,893 $ 7.13K - $ 42.8K
12.04.2024 Fri +27,486,910 $ 10.3K - $ 61.8K
07.04.2024 Sun +16,082,069 $ 6.03K - $ 36.2K
03.04.2024 Wed +20,953,062 $ 7.86K - $ 47.1K
30.03.2024 Sat +12,547,564 $ 4.71K - $ 28.2K
25.03.2024 Mon +9,237,454 $ 3.46K - $ 20.8K
21.03.2024 Thu +6,758,922 $ 2.53K - $ 15.2K
18.03.2024 Mon +13,621,759 $ 5.11K - $ 30.6K
14.03.2024 Thu +19,112,902 $ 7.17K - $ 43K
10.03.2024 Sun +5,758,464 $ 2.16K - $ 13K
07.03.2024 Thu +17,618,926 $ 6.61K - $ 39.6K
04.03.2024 Mon +4,707,008 $ 1.77K - $ 10.6K
29.02.2024 Thu +5,133,415 $ 1.93K - $ 11.6K

Sky Sports Premier League biography

Sky Sports Premier League is a sports television channel operated by Sky Sports in the United Kingdom. It is dedicated to broadcasting association football games from the Premier League, which is the top tier of the English football league system. The channel was launched in August 1992, the same year that the first Premier League season began. It initially broadcasted live coverage of just 60 matches, but this has since increased to cover more than 200 games per season. In addition to the live games, Sky Sports Premier League also provides analysis, previews, highlights, and other football-related programming. In addition to the UK, Sky Sports Premier League is also available in other countries around the world, including in Ireland, the United States, Canada, and Australia.

Sky Sports Premier League controversies

Sky Sports Premier League has not been without its share of controversies over the years. In 2011, the channel was criticised for repeatedly showing footage of Manchester City striker Mario Balotelli allegedly making a gun gesture during a game. In response, Sky Sports apologised to viewers for any offence caused and said that they would not be showing the footage again. In 2017, the channel found itself at the centre of controversy again when it was revealed that former England women's footballer Eniola Aluko had been subjected to alleged racist comments by national team manager Mark Sampson. Sky Sports was criticised for its coverage of the story, with some commentators arguing that they had not given it the attention it deserved.

Sky Sports Premier League famous quotes

"And it's live!" - Sky Sports Premier League commentator at the start of every Premier League game
"What a hit son, what a hit!" - Phil Thompson reacts to a spectacular goal
"I've been told we're not allowed to use the phrase 'net spend'" - Gary Neville joking about Manchester United's finances
"That's liquid football!" - Brian Clough on Nottingham Forest's free-flowing style
"It's up for grabs now!" - commentator Brian Moore during the 1989 title decider between Arsenal and Liverpool
"Agueeeeeeroooooooooo!" - Martin Tyler's famous commentary of Sergio Aguero's title-winning goal in 2012
"Fergie time" - a term popularised by Sky Sports to describe Manchester United's ability to score late goals under Sir Alex Ferguson
"Can Manchester United score? They always score." - commentator Clive Tyldesley during United's famous comeback in the 1999 Champions League final
"Take a bow, son!" - Jamie Redknapp's reaction to a moment of brilliance from a player
"Unbelievable scenes" - a general phrase used by commentators during moments of high drama