What’s on BT Sport this week? Listings, highlights, what to watch

Your complete guide to the highlights coming up on BT Sport this week

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The sporting calendar has been decimated due to the coronavirus pandemic but the show must go on for BT Sport with plenty of action to sink your teeth into this week.


RadioTimes.com will bring you a weekly update showcasing some of the top highlights coming up on BT Sport over the next week.

Check our our top picks for the week ahead…

Last updated: Wednesday 6th May

The Jadon Sancho Story

Date: Thursday 7th May

Time: 8:30pm

Channel: BT Sport 1

Follow Jadon Sancho’s story as he left Manchester City for Borussia Dortmund in 2017. At 17 years of age, it was a brave decision for the young English player, but fast forward to 2020 and Sancho has 16 goals and 18 assists for Dortmund in only 32 games this season, and is now one of the most wanted players among the top clubs in Europe.

BT Sport FIFA Challenge

Date: Friday 8th April

Time: 7:00pm

Channel: BT Sport 1

Join captains Robbie Savage, Joe Cole, Ugo Monye and Chelcee Grimes as they take part in the BT Sport FIFA Challenge. The challenge features a four-team tournament with group stages to determine who qualifies for the final and who battles for the wooden spoon.

As viewers watch the matches unfold we’ll hear from both teams as key moments happen in game.

The Football’s Not On

Date: Friday 8th April

Time: 9:00pm

Channel: BT Sport 1

Join Ian Stone and special guests Ben Bailey Smith and Ivo Graham as they look at the funny side of the beautiful game in these difficult times. Comedy, songs and pranks will keep the spirits up until the game returns.

Early Kick Off

Date: Saturday 9th May

Time: 12:30pm

Channel: BT Sport 1

This week Jake Humphrey is joined by Owen Hargreaves and Steve McManama as he hosts EKO live from home.

The team will hear from Jurgen Klopp and this week’s classic match is a famous Leicester performance at Manchester City on their way to clinching the title. Plus a chance to relive the best Premier League goals scored so far this season.

UFC 249

Date: Sunday 10th May

Time: 1:00am

Channel: BT Sport 1

In a brilliant card of fights live from Florida, UFC 249 will be headlined by Tony Ferguson v Justin Gaethje in a fight for the interim lightweight title.

The UFC bantamweight belt is also on the line as Henry Cejudo defends against Dominick Cruz. There will also be unmissable action from Donald Cerrone v Anthony Pettis, Francis Ngannou v Jairzinho Rozenstruik, Jeremy Stephens v Calvin Kattar and Fabricio Werdum returning against Alexey Oleinik.

Champions League Throwbacks

Date: Every Tuesday and Wednesday

Time: 8:00pm

Channel: BT Sport 2

This week, Jake Humphrey and the team take a look back at the most thrilling Champions League moments, including Gareth Bale’s hat-trick against Inter Milan this week.

BT Sport listings

For a full guide to everything on BT Sport this week and beyond, check out the RadioTimes.com TV guide.

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