Premier League football will be shown on Amazon between 2019/22 after picking up one of the two remaining broadcast packages.

The online retailer has enjoyed huge success since launching its streaming service Amazon Prime Video and will be hoping to edge their way into the market alongside Sky and BT.

The three-year deal includes 20 games across Bank Holidays and weekdays, equating to around 5% of total matches in the 380-game season.

It has been revealed that every game on Boxing Day will be exclusively live on Amazon Prime Video.

Current rights holders, Sky and BT, won most of the rights in the earlier stages of the auction in February, though the final two packages were proving tough to sell.

Amazon picked up one package, while BT secured the final batch of games to add to their original tally.

But while the move is a huge step towards more games being streamed via subscription services, fans are furious with the Premier League for allowing it to happen.

Many claim they already pay extortionate prices to keep track of their beloved teams through the two existing broadcasters and match tickets.

Take a look through the gallery to reveal some of the angry reactions to Amazon acquiring Premier League football rights.

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