The Premier League and NBC Sports are taking the Premier League Mornings Live fan festival to the West Coast of the United States for the first time, travelling to Los Angeles, California, on 23rd-24th October.
The two-day fan festival will take place at the historic Los Angeles Memorial Coliseum, home to two Olympic Games (1932 and 1984) and two Super Bowls (I and VII).
The weekend's event will feature live action from nine Premier League fixtures, concluding with Manchester United v Liverpool on Sunday, 24th October.
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NBC Sports' studio team of host Rebecca Lowe and analysts Robbie Earle, Robbie Mustoe and Tim Howard will broadcast Premier League Mornings Live, presented by Barclays, from the event beginning each day at 04:00 ET on Saturday, 23rd October on Peacock and Sunday, 24th October on NBCSN.
The NBC team will be joined by special guests throughout the festival. Former Watford captain and US national men's team player Jay DeMerit and actor Brendan Hunt, who plays “Coach Beard” on Ted Lasso are among the famous faces attending the event.
In addition, Harry Potter star Matthew Lewis, a Leeds United supporter, will be in attendance to catch up with fans and get involved in some of the free activities.
Fans in attendance will get the opportunity to see the NBC Sports production in action and will be part of the background of the broadcast.
Fans can sign up for the event at nbcsports.com.
Supporters attending the event, which is being held outdoors and under the iconic peristyle end of the Coliseum beneath the Olympic torch, will be required to provide proof they are fully vaccinated against COVID-19.
The Los Angeles fan festival is the sixth Premier League Mornings Live supporter event to be presented by NBC Sports and the Premier League, and the first since December 2019 in Miami Beach, Florida. Previous fan festivals were held in New York, Washington DC, Boston and Austin, Texas.
Nearly 35,000 soccer fans in the US have attended Premier League Mornings Live events to date.
The Premier League has an ongoing commitment to bringing unique experiences to its fans and working with NBC Sports on Premier League Mornings Live continues that direct outreach to passionate fans across the United States.
Premier League Chief Executive, Richard Masters, said: "The Premier League and our clubs have fantastic supporters in the United States.
"We look forward to working with NBC Sports to bring the next Premier League Mornings Live to California and to providing fans with an exciting Premier League experience at an iconic sporting venue."
Chief Marketing Officer, Entertainment and Sports, NBCUniversal, Jenny Storms, added: "Premier League supporters in the US are once again looking forward to gathering together and celebrating the game they love at the Los Angeles Memorial Coliseum, a venue synonymous with the best in sports.
"For the first time on the West Coast, the Premier League Mornings Live fan fest puts Los Angeles in the spotlight and brings this once-in-a-lifetime opportunity to fans."
The weekend's Premier League coverage will kick off from Los Angeles on Saturday, 23rd October, with Premier League Live at 07:00 ET on Peacock, followed by Chelsea v Norwich City at 7:30 ET (Peacock).
Coverage on Sunday, 24th October begins with a two-hour Premier League Mornings Live at 07:00 ET on NBCSN, followed by West Ham United v Tottenham Hotspur (09:00 ET on NBCSN) and Brentford v Leicester City (09:00 ET on Peacock).
Soccer fans from across the US will be able to interact with the event by sharing their #MyPLMorning on social media, from wherever they are watching. Select viewer photos will be featured on air throughout the weekend.
The April 2020 Philadelphia fan fest, which was postponed due to the coronavirus pandemic, is expected to be rescheduled over a future Premier League weekend.