Football on UK TV this week: Matches to watch & live stream today, tomorrow & this weekend

Goal brings you all the matches that are being shown live on television so you can plan your next few days of viewing pleasure

Football never stops, whether it is the Premier League, Champions League or the international games such as the European Championship, there is almost always some action to watch on television.

Here are all the games that are being shown live in the United Kingdom this week on channels such as Sky Sports, BT Sport, BBC, ITV and more.

*All times are UK.

Monday October 14

Europe’s heavyweights continue their Euro 2020 qualification campaigns on Monday, with England, Portugal and France among the teams in action.

The Three Lions can secure their place at the tournament by beating Bulgaria away, while reigning European champions take on Ukraine.

World champions France, meanwhile, lock horns with Turkey, who have, interestingly, already beaten Les Bleus this campaign.

Time Match TV channel
6pm Czech Republic vs Northern Ireland Sky Sports Football/Main Event
7:45pm Bulgaria vs England ITV
7:45pm Kosovo vs Montenegro Sky Sports Red Button
7:45pm Lithuania vs Serbia Sky Sports Red Button
7:45pm Ukraine vs Portugal Sky Sports Premier League
7:45pm France vs Turkey Sky Sports Football/Mix/Main Event
7:45pm Iceland vs Andorra Sky Sports Red Button
7:45pm Moldova vs Albania Sky Sports Red Button

Tuesday October 15

Spain, Ireland and Italy are all in action on Tuesday as the October international window comes to an end.

La Roja travel to Sweden, while Italy are away to Liechtenstein and Ireland take on Switzerland in Geneva.

England’s Under-21 team can also be watched live on TV as they face Austria Under-21s.

Time Match TV channel
5pm Finland vs Armenia Sky Sports Football
7:45pm Gibraltar vs Georgia Sky Sports Red Button
7:45pm Switzerland vs Republic of Ireland Sky Sports Mix/Main Event
7:45pm Faroe Islands vs Malta Sky Sports Red Button
7:45pm Romania vs Norway Sky Sports Red Button
7:45pm Sweden vs Spain Sky Sports Premier League
7:45pm Israel vs Latvia Sky Sports Red Button
7:45pm Liechtenstein vs Italy Sky Sports Football
7:45pm Greece vs Bosnia-Herzegovina Sky Sports Red Button
7:45pm England U21 vs Austria U21 BT Sport 1/Ultimate

Wednesday October 16

Spanish football fans will be able to watch La Liga 2 action as Real Zaragoza take on Fuenlabrada in the evening.

Time Match TV channel
8pm Fuenlabrada vs Real Zaragoza La Liga YouTube

Friday October 18

Elite level club football returns on Friday, with games taking place in the Bundesliga and Ligue 1 sure to catch the attention of football lovers in the UK.

Paris Saint-Germain will look to continue their impressive start to the season away to Nice, while Bayer Leverkusen and Eintracht Frankfurt go head-to-head as they attempt to push up the table.

Time Match TV channel
9:30am Melbourne Victory vs Western Sydney Wanderers BT Sport 1
11am Hokkaido Consadole Sapporo vs Cerezo Osaka Rakuten Sports
12:35pm Shenzen vs Guangzhou Evergrande Premier Sports 1
7:05pm Bonnyrigg Rose vs Buckie Thistle BBC Scotland
7:30pm Eintracht Frankfurt vs Bayer Leverkusen BT Sport 2
7:45pm Cardiff City vs Sheffield Wednesday Sky Sports Football/Main Event
7:45pm Larne vs Glentoran BBC Two NI
7:45pm Nice vs PSG BT Sport 3
8pm Camarthen Town vs Aberystwyth Town S4C
8pm Granada vs Osasuna Premier Sports 1

Saturday October 19

Premier League football returns on Saturday afternoon when Everton play West Ham in the early kick-off, with Crystal Palace‘s game against Manchester City the televised evening fixture.

Barcelona and Real Madrid are both being shown live on Saturday too, with the Catalan giants away to Eibar at noon, while Madrid face Real Mallorca in the evening.

As well as European matches, viewers in the UK can take in some J-League and A-League games, as well as the Major League Soccer play-offs, which are being televised in the late evening.

Sunday October 20

The Premier League derby clash between Manchester United and Liverpool is undoubtedly the stand-out fixture on TV on Sunday.

And, if that doesn’t excite you, there are plenty of games taking place in Serie A, La Liga, the Bundesliga and Ligue 1 as well.

Inter continue their challenge for the title away to Sassuolo, while AC Milan will attempt to turn things round at home to Lecce.

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