Manchester United and Swansea City kick off the Premier League on Saturday, playing the opening game of the season at Old Trafford (7:45 a.m. ET, NBC Sports Network). It's a new era for the Red Devils, who are playing a completely different style with new personnel.
Youngsters Tyler Blackett and Jesse Lingard have been handed their league debuts by Louis van Gaal, filling in along the back. Blackett will be one of the back three, while Lingard will play as the left wingback. New signing Ander Herrera is making his debut as well, while 'Chicharito' Javier Hernandez starts up top in place of Robin van Persie. Swansea are giving debuts to two new signings, starting Lukasz Fabianski and Gylfi Sigurdsson.
If you live in the United States, you have two options for watching the game live online. If you prefer to watch the game in English, NBC Live Extra is the place to go. Assuming you have access to the service through your provider, they'll be showing the game with a stream starting 10 minutes before kickoff. You can also watch in Spanish on Deportes Telemundo en vivo, which you can download on iTunes or Google Play, depending on which device you use.
In the UK, BT Sport will be showing the game on their streaming service. In Canada, you can catch it on Sportsnet World Now. For listings in other countries, check out LiveSoccerTV.