Every Premier League game during September will be broadcast live on UK television after the division's shareholders bowed to pressure from supporters' groups and government.
Initial plans for the new season, with fans not allowed in to any games before October when limited numbers are set to return, meant that 11 games would have been played without supporters having any access having not been picked for live broadcast.
However, after significant pressure from the Football Supporters' Association and government, the Premier League have now confirmed after a shareholders' meeting on Tuesday that every game during September will be shown on TV, with a similar arrangement to Project Restart.
A Premier League statement read: "At a Premier League Shareholders’ meeting today, clubs agreed that all 28 matches scheduled to be played in September will be broadcast live in the UK, via the League’s existing broadcasting partners Sky Sports, BT Sport, Amazon Prime Video and BBC.
"In consultation with all relevant stakeholders, the Premier League is considering appropriate arrangements for matches which will take place after 1 October."
A decision on what happens when a small number of fans return to stadiums will be taken in late September, with the possibility of existing season ticket holders who cannot attend being able to stream games instead of the blanket coverage continuing.