How to watch the biggest football matches this year
What to watch this year:The big games of the year will be the Champions League and Europa League.
Both will be played on a different day in September, meaning they are usually on the same day.
It is the only time the Champions league has a different date than the Europa League, so the schedule will be different.
This year’s Europa League fixture, scheduled for 27 September, will be broadcast on FOX Sports 1.
There will be no international football at the weekend, meaning the FA Cup is back in action in the north-east.
The FA Cup will again be played in the same format in the south-east, with the third round, played in February, taking place on 3 March.
But the FA has also said the FA Champions League will not take place on that date.
And the FA said it is also not making any changes to the FA Women’s Cup, which is due to take place in January.
But there will be plenty of new games.
The Premier League is back on the calendar, with fixtures being played at 1pm GMT, 5pm BST and 12pm CET.
The EFL Cup, meanwhile, is being played on the Monday, with all of the top six clubs battling it out in a knockout competition.
The league will be followed by the FA Youth Cup, with 16 teams competing in two matches each.
The European Super Cup, the knockout competition of the Europa league, will also be played, with a total of 32 teams competing for the right to play in the Champions.
And there will also also be a number of competitions involving a whole host of European football clubs.