The Premier League Schedule Is Gonna Be Pretty Sick This Summer

We have battled through a long break without sports. There has been the UFC, Bundesliga, NASCAR, the NFL Draft, Last Dance, and whatnot, but we haven't really had sports truly back in our life since March 11th.

That's 79 days. Almost three months. Too damn long. 

The good news? Once sports return, there's going to be A LOT going on. Everything is going to be squished into a short timeframe. Nonstop sports pretty much. Just look at the Premier League's schedule:

Yes, soccer every single day. The same will be for other leagues such as Serie A, La Liga, and Bundesliga. Then the Champions League will also come back. The summer of soccer! What was that? You don't like soccer? Really? Have you ever tried it...maybe gamble on it a little? I bet you may end up liking it. 

Those times in the tweet above are of course not EST....we are 5 hours behind. I have subtracted 5 hours from each time and listed them below, for your convenience. 

Monday: 3pm

Tuesday: 1pm, 3pm

Wednesday: 1pm, 3pm

Thursday: 1pm, 3pm

Friday: 3pm

Saturday: 7:30am, 10am, 12:30pm, 3pm

Sunday: 7am, 9am, 11:30am, 2pm

That's 16 timeslots. So, I'd assume the two middle timeslots on the weekend will have two games going at once. That way there will be 20 games a week, which would equal 2 games a week for each team.