Championship TV fixtures 2019/20: Sky Sports listings for every match live on TV and online

Complete Championship UK TV coverage guide to the season, including dates, kick-off times, teams and how to watch

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Millions will flock to the Premier League as their default football fix, but the wildly unpredictable nature of second-tier football continues to draw in fans around the world.

RadioTimes.com has rounded up the full list of Championship 2019/20 fixtures – plus full Sky Sports listings and schedules as well as links to our exciting match previews and score predictions.

How to watch Championship 2019/20 games on TV and online

Sky Sports subscribers can access a range of channels – plus the Sky Go app – filled with live sport including Championship games throughout the season.

Sky customers can add the Football and Premier League channels for just £18 per month or add the complete sports package to their deal for just £23 per month.

If you don’t have Sky, you can watch all the action through NOW TV with a Sky Sports day pass for £9.99, a week pass for £14.99 or a month pass for £33.99, all without needing a contract.

Championship fixtures 2019/20

Broadcast information will be updated throughout the season.

Kick-off 3:00pm unless otherwise stated. Televised matches in bold.

Friday 21st February

Derby v Fulham (7:45pm) Sky Sports / NOW TV


Saturday 22nd February

Brentford v Blackburn (12:30pm) Sky Sports / NOW TV

Barnsley v Middlesbrough

Birmingham v Sheffield Wednesday

Bristol City v West Brom

Charlton v Luton

Leeds v Reading

Nottingham Forest v QPR

Preston v Hull

Stoke v Cardiff

Swansea v Huddersfield

Wigan v Millwall


Tuesday 25th February

Cardiff v Nottingham Forest (7:45pm) Sky Sports / NOW TV

Fulham v Swansea (7:45pm)

Huddersfield v Bristol City (7:45pm)

Luton v Brentford (7:45pm)

QPR v Derby (7:45pm)

West Brom v Preston (8:00pm)


Wednesday 26th February

Blackburn v Stoke (7:45pm)

Hull v Barnsley (7:45pm)

Middlesbrough v Leeds (7:45pm) Sky Sports / NOW TV

Millwall v Birmingham (7:45pm) Sky Sports / NOW TV

Reading v Wigan (7:45pm)

Sheffield Wednesday v Charlton (7:45pm)

Reading v Wigan (8:00pm)


Saturday 29th February

Hull v Leeds (12:30pm) Sky Sports / NOW TV

Blackburn v Swansea

Cardiff v Brentford

Fulham v Preston

Huddersfield v Charlton

Luton v Stoke

Millwall v Bristol City

QPR v Birmingham

Reading v Barnsley

Sheffield Wednesday v Derby

West Brom v Wigan

Barnsley v Cardiff


Monday 2nd March

Middlesbrough v Nottingham Forest (7:45pm) Sky Sports / NOW TV


Saturday 7th March

Birmingham v Reading

Brentford v Sheffield Wednesday

Bristol City v Fulham

Charlton v Middlesbrough

Derby v Blackburn

Leeds v Huddersfield

Nottingham Forest v Millwall

Preston v QPR

Stoke v Hull

Swansea v West Brom

Wigan v Luton


Saturday 14th March

Blackburn v Bristol City

Cardiff v Leeds

Fulham v Brentford

Huddersfield v Wigan

Hull v Charlton

Luton v Preston

Middlesbrough v Swansea

Millwall v Derby

QPR v Barnsley

Reading v Stoke

Sheffield Wednesday v Nottingham Forest

West Brom v Birmingham


Tuesday 17th March

Barnsley v Millwall (7:45pm)

Brentford v West Brom (7:45pm)

Bristol City v Sheffield Wednesday (7:45pm)

Charlton v QPR (7:45pm)

Derby v Reading (7:45pm)

Preston v Cardiff (7:45pm)


Wednesday 18th March

Birmingham v Hull (7:45pm)

Leeds v Fulham (7:45pm)

Nottingham Forest v Huddersfield (7:45pm)

Swansea v Luton (7:45pm)

Wigan v Blackburn (7:45pm)

Stoke v Middlesbrough (8:00pm)


Saturday 21st March

Barnsley v Blackburn

Birmingham v Huddersfield

Cardiff v Charlton

Hull v Middlesbrough

Leeds v Luton

Millwall v Swansea

Nottingham Forest v Bristol City

Preston v Derby

QPR v Fulham

Reading v Brentford

Sheffield Wednesday v West Brom

Wigan v Stoke


Saturday 4th April

Blackburn v Leeds

Brentford v Wigan

Bristol City v Cardiff

Charlton v Millwall

Derby v Nottingham Forest

Fulham v Birmingham

Huddersfield v Preston

Luton v Reading

Middlesbrough v QPR

Stoke v Barnsley

Swansea v Sheffield Wednesday

West Brom v Hull


Friday 10th April – Good Friday

Birmingham v Swansea

Brentford v Charlton

Bristol City v Hull

Cardiff v Blackburn

Leeds v Stoke

Luton v Barnsley

Millwall v Middlesbrough

Nottingham Forest v Fulham

Reading v Huddersfield

Sheffield Wednesday v Preston

West Brom v Derby

Wigan v QPR


Monday 13th April – Easter Monday

Barnsley v Wigan

Blackburn v West Brom

Charlton v Reading

Derby v Brentford

Fulham v Cardiff

Huddersfield v Luton

Hull v Millwall

Middlesbrough v Bristol City

Preston v Nottingham Forest

QPR v Sheffield Wednesday

Stoke v Birmingham

Swansea v Leeds


Saturday 18th April

Birmingham v Charlton

Brentford v Preston

Bristol City v Stoke

Cardiff v Derby

Leeds v Barnsley

Luton v QPR

Millwall v Blackburn

Nottingham Forest v Swansea

Reading v Middlesbrough

Sheffield Wednesday v Huddersfield

West Brom v Fulham

Wigan v Hull

Barnsley v Nottingham Forest


Saturday 25th April

Blackburn v Reading

Charlton v Wigan

Derby v Leeds

Fulham v Sheffield Wednesday

Huddersfield v West Brom

Hull v Luton

Middlesbrough v Cardiff

Preston v Birmingham

QPR v Millwall

Stoke v Brentford

Swansea v Bristol City


Saturday 2nd May

Birmingham v Derby (12:30pm)

Brentford v Barnsley (12:30pm)

Bristol City v Preston (12:30pm)

Cardiff v Hull (12:30pm)

Leeds v Charlton (12:30pm)

Luton v Blackburn (12:30pm)

Millwall v Huddersfield (12:30pm)

Nottingham Forest v Stoke (12:30pm)

Reading v Swansea (12:30pm)

Sheffield Wednesday v Middlesbrough (12:30pm)

West Brom v QPR (12:30pm)

Wigan v Fulham (12:30pm)

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