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May on Optus Sport – It’s been one of the most thrilling Premier League seasons in years and this month, either Arsenal or Manchester City will be crowned champions – and Optus Sport will have live and exclusive coverage of every moment. 

The final round of the Premier League season will play out on Monday, May 20, with all 10 matches kicking off simultaneously at 01:30am (AEST) – with every match live and exclusive on Optus Sport

The Arsenal-Manchester City battle for supremacy – who play Everton and West Ham United at home respectively – isn’t the only storyline that will come to its conclusion as another drama-filled season of Premier League action draws to a close. 

We’ll also find out which teams will be relegated from the Premier League, where it could come down to the final match again, as Burnley host fellow strugglers Nottingham Forest. 

It’s not only the culmination of one of the best Premier League seasons in recent memory, but it will also cap off a frantic final few weeks of the season. 

The month of May kicks off with a bang in the Premier League, with Chelsea taking on London rivals Tottenham on Friday, May 3, at 04:30am (AEST) in a game that is traditionally filled with fireworks. 

That game is the beginning of a tough month for Ange Postecoglou’s side as the Aussie comes to the end of his first full season in charge of Spurs with games away to Liverpool (Monday, May 6), and at home to Manchester City (Wednesday, May 15) following the Chelsea clash. 

There are also two big fixtures involving Manchester United this month, starting with an opportunity for the Red Devils to do their ‘Noisy Neighbours’ a favour with title-chasing Arsenal heading to Old Trafford on Monday, May 13 – kick-off at 01:30am (AEST). 

The Barclays Women’s Super League also reaches its conclusion in May, with Manchester City’s Aussie contingent of Mary Fowler and Alanna Kennedy taking on the Arsenal trio of Kyra Cooney-Cross, Caitlin Foord and Steph Catley on Sunday, May 5 at 11:15pm (AEST). 

Then it all wraps up on Sunday, May 19, at midnight (AEST) with all six matches broadcast simultaneously on Optus Sport

We will also have every match of the National Women’s Super League (NWSL) live and exclusive on Optus Sport as the season gathers pace after its big kick off last month.   

Over in LALIGA, it is a matter of when rather than if Real Madrid will be crowned champions of Spain ahead of the last day of the season on May 26, a week after the Premier League wraps up. 

There’s also the J.League, the K-League and the DfB Pokal final, where we will find out if Bayer Leverkusen can end their incredible season with the second part of a potential unbeaten treble, as they take on FC Kaiserslautern on May 26 at 4am (AEST). 

It’s a massive month on Optus Sport with plenty of trophies to be handed out – you wouldn’t want to miss it. 

Howard Rees, Head of Optus Sport, said,

“What an exciting line-up of football we have on Optus Sport in May. 

“Across the leagues, we’ve seen some of the tightest title races, European qualifications, and relegation battles this season and May will see the culmination of so many dramatic storylines across the world’s best football leagues. 

“And with a subscription to Optus Sport, we’ll bring you every kick, every goal, and every moment direct to your living room – or wherever you’re watching – so whether it’s watching live or keeping up through mini matches, you can see it all on Optus Sport.” 

The full fixture on Optus Sport in May (all kick-off times in AEST): 

May 1 

Suwon FC v Incheon United FC, 08:00pm 

Daegu FC v Ulsan FC, 08:00pm 

May 2 

Orlando Pride v North Carolina Courage, 09:00am 

Chicago Red Stars v Washington Spirit, 10:00am 

Bay FC v Portland Thorns, 12:00pm 

May 3 

Chelsea v Tottenham Hotspur, 04:30am 

Yokohama FM v Jubilo Iwata, 03:00pm 

Cerezo Osaka v Sapporo, 04:00pm 

Kawasaki Frontale v Urawa Red Diamonds, 05:00pm 

Nagoya Grampus v Vissel Kobe, 08:00pm 

May 4 

Luton Town v Everton, 05:00am 

Getafe v Athletic Club, 05:00am 

Utah Royals FC v Angel City FC, 11:30am 

Seattle Reign v San Diego Wave FC, 12:00pm 

Everton Women v Tottenham Hotspur Women, 09:00pm 

Arsenal v Bournemouth, 09:30pm 

Brighton & Hove Albion Women v Aston Villa Women, 10:00pm 

Real Sociedad v Las Palmas, 10:00pm 

May 5 

Brentford v Fulham, 00:00am 

Burnley v Newcastle United, 00:00am 

Sheffield United v Nottingham Forest, 00:00am 

Real Madrid v Cadiz, 00:15am 

Girona v Barcelona, 02:30am 

Manchester City v Wolverhampton Wanderers, 02:30am 

Mallorca v Atletico Madrid, 05:00am 

Gotham FC v North Carolina Courage, 09:30am 

Portland Thorns v Washington Spirit, 12:00pm 

Suwon FC v Gangwon FC, 03:00pm 

Gimcheon Sangmu FC v Incehon United FC, 05:30pm  

Osasuna v Real Betis, 10:00pm 

Chelsea v West Ham United, 11:00pm 

Brighton & Hove Albion v Aston Villa, 11:00pm 

Liverpool Women v Manchester United Women, 11:00pm 

Manchester City Women v Arsenal Women, 11:15pm 

May 6 

West Ham United Women v Leicester City Women, 00:00am  

Celta Vigo v Villareal, 00:15am 

Liverpool v Tottenham Hotspur, 01:30am 

Valencia v Alaves, 02:30am 

Houston Dash v Kansas City, 03:00am 

Chelsea Women v Bristol City Women, 03:45am 

Rayo Vallecano v Almeria, 05:00am 

Sevilla v Granada, 05:00am 

Orlando Pride v Racing Louisville FC, 08:00am 

Bay FC v Chicago Red Stars, 10:00am 

Gamba Osaka v Cerezo Osaka, 02:05pm 

Hokkaido Consadole Sapporo v FC Tokyo, 03:00pm 

Sanfrecce Hiroshima v Nagoya Grampus, 05:00pm 

Urawa Red Diamonds v Yokohama FM, 06:00pm 

May 7 

Crystal Palace v Manchester United, 05:00am 

May 9 

Houston Dash v Gotham FC, 10:00am 

San Diego Wave FC v Utah Royals FC, 12:00pm 

Seattle Reign FC v Kansas City, 12:00pm 

May 10 

Yokohama FM v Sanfrecce Hiroshima, 08:00pm 

May 11 

Alaves v Girona, 05:00am 

Racing Louisville FC v Washington Spirit, 10:00am 

Albirex Niigata v Urawa Red Diamonds, 03:00pm 

Kawasaki Frontale v Hokkaido Consadole Sapporo, 04:00pm 

Incheon United FC v FC Seoul, 05:30pm 

Fulham v Manchester City, 09:30pm 

Mallorca v Las Palmas, 10:00pm 

May 12 

Everton v Sheffield United, 00:00am 

West Ham United v Luton Town, 00:00am 

Bournemouth v Brentford, 00:00am 

Wolverhampton Wanderers v Crystal Palace, 00:00am 

Tottenham Hotspur v Burnley, 00:00am 

Newcastle United v Brighton & Hove Albion, 00:00am 

Villareal v Sevilla, 00:15am 

Granada v Real Madrid, 02:30am 

Nottingham Forest v Chelsea, 02:30am 

Athletic Club v Osasuna, 05:00am 

Orlando Pride v Bay FC, 09:30am 

Portland Thorns v Seattle Reign, 12:00pm 

Kashima Antlers v Tokyo Verdy, 02:05pm 

Jeonbuk Hyundai Motors v Suwon FC, 03:00pm 

Cadiz v Getafe, 10:00pm 

May 13 

Atletico Madrid v Celta Vigo, 00:15am 

Manchester United v Arsenal, 01:30am 

Valencia v Rayo Vallecano, 02:30am 

Real Betis v Almeria, 05:00am 

Chicago Red Stars v Utah Royals FC, 07:30am 

Kansas City FC v North Carolina Courage, 08:00am 

San Diego Wave FC v Gotham FC, 09:30am 

Angel City FC v Houston Dash, 09:30am 

May 14 

Barcelona v Real Sociedad, 05:00am 

Aston Villa v Liverpool, 05:00am 

May 15 

Osasuna v Mallorca, 03:30am 

Tottenham Hotspur v Manchester City, 05:00am 

Real Madrid v Alaves, 05:30am 

Girona v Villareal, 06:00am 

Machida Zelvia v Cerezo Osaka, 08:00pm 

Albirex Niigata v Yokohama FM, 08:00pm 

Hokkaido Consadole Sapporo v Jubilo Iwata, 08:00pm 

Urawa Red Diamonds v Kyoto Sanga, 08:30pm 

May 16 

Rayo Vallecano v Granada, 03:30am 

Sevilla v Cadiz, 03:30am 

Tottenham Hotspur Women v Chelsea Women, 04:15am 

Brighton & Hove Albion v Chelsea, 04:45am 

Manchester United v Newcastle United, 05:00am 

Celta Vigo v Athletic Club, 06:00am 

Getafe v Atletico Madrid, 06:00am 

May 17 

Las Palmas v Real Betis, 03:30am 

Almeria v Barcelona, 05:30am 

Real Sociedad v Valencia, 06:00am 

May 18 

North Carolina Courage v Utah Royals FC, 10:00am 

Houston Dash v Portland Thorns, 10:00am 

Bay FC v San Diego Wave FC, 12:30pm 

May 19 – Final round of Barclays Women’s Super League 

Manchester United Women v Chelsea Women, 00:00am 

Tottenham Hotspur Women v West Ham United Women, 00:00am 

Leicester City Women v Liverpool Women, 00:00am 

Aston Villa Women v Manchester City Women, 00:00am 

Bristol City Women v Everton Women, 00:00am 

Arsenal Women v Brighton & Hove Albion Women, 00:00am 

May 19 

Washington Spirit v Angel City, 09:30am 

Kansas City v Racing Louisville FC, 11:30am 

Jubilo Iwata v Urawa Red Diamonds, 03:00pm 

Kashima Antlers v Vissel Kobe, 04:00pm 

FC Tokyo v Yokohama FM, 04:00pm 

Kashiwa Antlers v Hokkaido Consadole Sapporo, 05:00pm 

Seoul FC v Daegu FC, 05:30pm 

Suwon FC v Pohang Steelers, 08:00pm 

Barcelona v Rayo Vallecano, time TBC 

Granada v Celta Vigo, time TBC 

Alaves v Getafe, time TBC 

Valencia v Girona, time TBC 

Atletico Madrid v Osasuna, time TBC 

Cadiz v Las Palmas, time TBC 

Real Betis v Real Sociedad, time TBC 

Mallorca v Almeria, time TBC 

Villareal v Real Madrid, time TBC 

Athletic Club v Sevilla, time TBC 

May 20 

Gotham FC v Chicago Red Stars, 07:00am 

Seattle Reign FC v Orlando Pride, 08:00am 

May 20 – Final round of Premier League 

Liverpool v Wolverhampton Wanderers, 01:00am 

Sheffield United v Tottenham Hotspur, 01:00am 

Luton Town v Fulham, 01:00am 

Brighton & Hove Albion v Manchester United, 01:00am 

Manchester City v West Ham United, 01:00am 

Arsenal v Everton, 01:00am 

Brentford v Newcastle United, 01:00am 

Crystal Palace v Aston Villa, 01:00am 

Burnley v Nottingham Forest, 01:00am 

Chelsea v Bournemouth, 01:00am 

May 24 

Angel City FC v San Diego Wave FC, 12:00pm 

May 25 

Orlando Red Stars v Portland Thorns, 09:00am 

Washington Spirit v Seattle Reign FC, 09:30am 

Houston Dash v North Carolina Courage, 10:00am 

Bay FC v Gotham FC, 12:00pm 

Hokkaido Consadole Sapporo v Kashima Antlers, 03:00pm 

Yokohama FM v Sagan Tosu, 05:00pm 

Pohang Steelers v FC Seoul, 08:00pm 

May 26 

Chicago Red Stars v Racing Louisville FC, 09:30am 

Utah Royals v Kansas City Current, 12:00pm 

FC Tokyo v Gamba Osaka, 04:00pm 

Urawa Red Diamonds v Machida Zelvia, 05:00pm 

Jeju United FC v Suwon FC, 08:00pm 

Gwangju FC v Pohang Steelers, 08:30pm 

May 26 – Final round of LALIGA 

Osasuna v Villareal, time TBC 

Almeria v Cadiz, time TBC 

Celta Vigo v Valencia, time TBC 

Real Madrid v Real Betis, time TBC 

Real Sociedad v Atletico Madrid, time TBC 

Girona v Granada, time TBC 

Rayo Vallecano v Athletic Club, time TBC 

Sevilla v Barcelona, time TBC 

Getafe v Mallorca, time TBC 

Las Palmas v Alaves, time TBC 

May 26 – DfB Pokal Final 

Bayer Leverkusen v FC Kaiserslautern, 04:00am  

May 29 

Suwon FC v Daegu FC, 08:30pm 

NOTE: Optus Sport is the only place to watch every match live of UEFA EURO 2024™. That’s 51 matches, 24 competing nations, live only on Optus Sport. The action kicks-off on June 15. 

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