It will be the first time a full round of Premier League fixtures has been broadcast live in the UK. The other remaining package of rights has been picked up by telco BT, which will play the matches on its BT Sport service.
Inc. bought a package of live broadcasting rights for English Premier League soccer, the first foray by a USA tech giant into a top European championship.
BT Sport has won the live rights to a further 20 Premier League football matches in the United Kingdom, taking the total to 52 for three years from the start of the 2019/20 season.
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.
Amazon has been in negotiations about the two package for months - against rivals including BT - after the completion of the sale of the most valuable TV rights packages in February.
There's no word on audio and video quality, though Amazon, like Netflix, has been fast to support 4K Ultra HD, HDR and Dolby Atmos audio when it comes to streaming TV and films.
The deal will run between 2019 and 2022 and it will come at no extra cost to Amazon Prime members who will also be able to watch a full highlights show from the Premier League every week.
However that proved not to be the case, with Sky taking four packages of the seven available and BT one, leaving two unsold. It also adds to Amazon's growing list of sports rights in Britain, which include US Open tennis.
Amazon has pledged that this rights purchase will not affect the price of Prime membership.
Under the new formula, the maximum a club can receive is 1.8 times the amount received by the lowest-earning club, the Premier League said in a statement.
Throughout the auction period there has been the suggestion that online players would join the bidding for at least one package.
"We look forward to continuing as a partner of the Premier League and showcasing the most exciting league in the world".
Amazon.com and the Premier League did not disclose the price achieved for the final package.
"This new agreement will continue that trend with a subtle change that further incentivises on-pitch achievement and maintains the Premier League's position as the most equitable in Europe in terms of sharing central revenues".
Can they not see that this spiralling inflation is unsustainable for their customers?