The never-ending 2019/20 football season continues to sizzle long into the summer with European football action crackling along every night for the rest of the week.
Drag up a seat, get cosy, let the best football players on the continent – and beyond – work their magic.
There are plenty of Champions League fixtures and Europa League fixtures coming in the next week before the the final of each tournament – the coronation of new kings and princes of Europe.
PSG are next in action. The 2019/20 Ligue 1 season didn’t survive lockdown, but the French giants have some minutes under their belts after beating Lyon in the Coupe de France recently.
They face free-scoring Atalanta in the Champions League quarter-finals tonight. While the Serie A stars may not boast household names, they have been arguably the most exciting team in Europe to watch this season.
Atalanta found the net 98 times in 38 league games this term, that’s 23 more than title-winning Juventus, armed with Cristiano Ronaldo, and 17 more than next-top scorers Inter Milan.
We’ll bring you all the latest details in the coming days with plenty of drama to feast your eyes on as the competition reaches its eventual climax.
Games will continue to be shown across Sky Sports, BT Sport and Premier Sports platforms, while BBC and Amazon Prime Video could hope to sink their teeth into more Premier League football in 2020/21.
Check out your guide to the best football matches on TV this week.
Wednesday 12th August
Key games included below. All UK times.
Competition: Champions League
Kick off: 8pm
Live coverage: BT Sport 1
What games are free-to-air?
In addition to a wide range of games being shown across subscription platforms, football fans have been treated to more free Premier League fixtures than ever before.
Of course the season is on pause for now, but as we’ve highlighted there is plenty more football to soak up.
Unfortunately, there are no live free-to-air games live on TV tonight.
Keep checking out our regularly updated guides for the latest information on games and how to watch them.
If you’re looking for something else to watch, check out our TV Guide.