Football on TV this week: Matches to watch & live stream in UK 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 - pandemics aside - 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 fixtures that are being shown live in the United Kingdom tonight, tomorrow and this week on channels such as Sky Sports, BT Sport, Premier Sports, La Liga TV, BBC, ITV and more.
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*All times are UK.
**Live football has been severely impacted by the coronavirus pandemic, but updates will appear here**Sunday May 15
The Women's FA Cup final between Chelsea and Man City is live on BBC One. Tottenham take on Burnley live on BT Sport 1, while Man City face West Ham in the Premier League live on Sky Sports.Monday May 16
Arsenal look to ensure Champions League football next season as they face Newcastle United live on Sky Sports Premier League. The Championship play-offs continue as Huddersfield Town collide with Luton Town.Tuesday May 17
Liverpool are straight back into league action following their FA Cup triumph as they play Southampton, while Nottingham Forest take on Sheffield United in the Championship play-offs.Wednesday May 18
Rangers will look to clinch continental glory when they face Eintracht Frankfurt in the Europa League final. Sky Sports brings the League Two play-off semi-final between Northampton Town and Mansfield Town.Thursday May 19
Port Vale and Swindon collide in the second leg of the League Two play-off semi-final.Friday May 20
Scotland are in U17 European Championship action on BBC, while Sky Sports has Scottish Premiership play-off action.Saturday May 21
North-east giants Sunderland are aiming to get back into the Championship but they must defeat Wycombe Wanderers in the League One play-off final.Sunday May 22
BT Sport is showing the FA Vase final between Littlehampton Town and Newport Pagnell Town on early Sunday afternoon, followed by the FA Trophy final between Bromley and Ryan Reynolds' Wrexham.