Football on TV this week: How to watch & stream every game in the UK

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Liverpool conclude their Champions League play-off tie before facing Arsenal in the Premier League this week -and you can watch both matches live

The Champions League and Europa League play-off rounds will reach their conclusion this week before domestic action resumes at the weekend.

Liverpool are among the teams looking to book their place in the Champions League group stage, and the Reds will then have to quickly turn their attention to a big Premier League match against Arsenal.

The complete schedule of games to be broadcast in the UK this week is below - as is our pick of the must-watch match of the week. All times are BST.


Wednesday, August 23


Time Match Competition TV Stream
10:30 Sydney FC vs Heidelberg United FFA Cup BT Sport 2 BT Sport app
19:45 CSKA Moscow vs Young Boys Champions League BT Sport Extra 2 BT Sport app
19:45 Steaua Bucharest vs Sporting Champions League BT Sport 3 BT Sport app
19:45 Liverpool vs Hoffenheim Champions League BT Sport 2 BT Sport app
19:45 Slavia Prague vs APOEL Champions League BT Sport Extra 3 BT Sport app
19:45 Copenhagen vs Qarabag Champions League BT Sport ESPN BT Sport app
19:45 Cheltenham Town vs West Ham Carabao Cup Sky Sports Football Sky Go

Thursday, August 24


Time Match Competition TV Stream
20:00 Hajduk Split vs Everton Europa League ITV 4 ITV Player

Friday, August 25


Time Match Competition TV Stream
19:00 Tottenham U23 vs Manchester United U23 Premier League 2 MUTV MUTV online
19:00 Liverpool U18 vs Newcastle United U18 U18 Premier League LFCTV LFCTV online
19:05 Chelsea U23 vs Everton U23 Premier League 2 Chelsea TV Chelsea TV online
19:15 Real Sociedad vs Villarreal La Liga Sky Sports Mix Sky Go
19:30 Bangor City vs Prestatyn Town Welsh Premier League S4C s4c.cymru
19:30 Koln vs Hamburg Bundesliga BT Sport ESPN BT Sport app
19:30 KV Kortrijk vs Royal Excel Mouscron Jupiler League Premier Sports Premier Player
19:45 Bristol City vs Aston Villa Championship Sky Sports Football Sky Go
19:45 Paris Saint-Germain vs Saint-Etienne Ligue 1 BT Sport 2 BT Sport app
21:00 Real Betis vs Celta Vigo La Liga Sky Sports Red Button None

Saturday, August 26


Time Match Competition TV Stream
00:00 New York Red Bulls vs New York City FC MLS Sky Sports Football Sky Go
12:30 Bournemouth vs Manchester City Premier League Sky Sports Premier League Sky Go
12:30 Halifax Town vs Guiseley National League BT Sport 1 BT Sport app
17:00 Genoa vs Juventus Serie A BT Sport Extra 2 BT Sport app
17:15 Alaves vs Barcelona La Liga Sky Sports Mix Sky Go
17:30 Nottingham Forest vs Leeds United Championship Sky Sports Football Sky Go
17:30 Manchester United vs Leicester City Premier League BT Sport 1 BT Sport app
17:30 Borussia Dortmund vs Hertha Berlin Bundesliga BT Sport 3 BT Sport app
19:15 Girona vs Malaga La Liga Sky Sports Football* Sky Go
19:15 Levante vs Deportivo La Liga Sky Sports Red Button None
19:45 Roma vs Inter Serie A BT Sport 3 BT Sport app
21:15 Las Palmas vs Atletico Madrid La Liga Sky Sports Football Sky Go

*Girona vs Malaga will begin on Sky Sports Red Button before being joined in progress on Sky Sports Football when Nottingham Forest vs Leeds United has finished.


Sunday, August 27


Time Match Competition TV Stream
00:30 Orlando City vs Vancouver Whitecaps MLS Sky Sports Football Sky Go
11:30 Feyenoord vs Willem II Eredivisie Sky Sports Football Sky Go
12:30 Dundee vs Hibernian Scottish Premiership Sky Sports Football Sky Go
13:30 VVV Venlo vs Ajax Eredivisie Sky Sports Red Button None
13:30 West Brom vs Stoke City Premier League Sky Sports Premier League Sky Go
13:30 Club Brugge vs Standard Liege Jupiler League Premier Sports Premier Player
14:30 RB Leipzig vs Freiburg Bundesliga BT Sport Extra 1 BT Sport app
15:00 Ross County vs Rangers Scottish Premiership BT Sport 1 BT Sport app
15:45 PSV vs Roda JC Eredivisie Sky Sports Mix Sky Go
16:00 Liverpool vs Arsenal Premier League Sky Sports Premier League Sky Go
16:00 Angers vs Lille Ligue 1 BT Sport ESPN BT Sport app
17:00 Torino vs Sassuolo Serie A BT Sport 3 BT Sport app
17:00 Hannover vs Schalke Bundesliga BT Sport Extra 1 BT Sport app
17:15 Eibar vs Athletic Club La Liga Sky Sports Football Sky Go
17:15 Espanyol vs Leganes La Liga Sky Sports Red Button None
19:15 Getafe vs Sevilla La Liga Sky Sports Football Sky Go
19:45 Milan vs Cagliari Serie A BT Sport 1 BT Sport app
19:45 Napoli vs Atalanta Serie A BT Sport 3 BT Sport app
20:00 Monaco vs Marseille Ligue 1 BT Sport 2 BT Sport app
20:00 Palmeiras vs Sao Paulo Brasileirao BT Sport Extra 2 BT Sport app
21:15 Real Madrid vs Valencia La Liga Sky Sports Football Sky Go
21:30 Montreal Impact vs Toronto FC MLS Sky Sports Mix Sky Go

Match of the week


Sebastian Giovinco Toronto FC MLS

Montreal Impact vs Toronto FC
Sunday, August 27 (21:30)
Sky Sports Mix

OK, there are a few more high-profile games than this one coming this week, including Liverpool vs Arsenal in the Premier League and Roma vs Inter in Serie A.

But if you're looking for something different, the last game to be broadcast on Sunday night - available for free on Sky Sports Mix - is worth giving a shot.

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The Montreal versus Toronto rivalry goes beyond football but there might be more animosity between these two clubs on the pitch - and in the stands - at the moment than in any other sport, with TFC ending the Impact's season in an incredible playoff tie last year.

To add to the sense of anticipation that always surrounds this fixture, Montreal come into the game on a four-match winning streak while Toronto have been the dominant side in MLS, sitting four points clear at the top of the table.

The North American regular season has reached its final couple of months but this is the first of three league meetings between the two clubs in the coming weeks. It is a matchup that usually delivers.

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