What live football is on TV tonight?

Your guide to the best live football matches on Sky Sports, BT Sport, BBC, ITV and beyond.

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We need to make this a permanent thing: a long list of Carabao Cup fixtures every week to keep live football on TV every night of the week.


This is the fourth back-to-back week of domestic cup action for fans to soak up, and so far it hasn’t disappointed with big performances, big results and big shocks throughout.

Tonight promises to be another exciting evening on the domestic football scene with three all-Premier League match-ups in the Carabao Cup.

We’re also going to be treated to a mismatch many of us want to see tip in favour of the minnows as League Two side Newport County host Newcastle United.

On the continent, Bayern Munich and Dortmund face off in the German Super Cup in a battle between the Bundesliga rivals and two of the most fashionable teams on the planet right now.

We’ve also got a dose of Europa League play-off action to come this week and we’re here to keep you up to date with all the goings on.

Games across all competitions will continue to be shown across Sky Sports, BT Sport and Premier Sports platforms, while Amazon Prime Video boast another two full rounds of Premier League fixtures in 2020/21.

Check out your guide to the best football matches on TV today.

Wednesday 30th September

Selected key matches

Newport v Newcastle

Competition: Carabao Cup

Kick off: 5:30pm

Live coverage: Sky Sports Football / Main Event / NOW TV

Burnley v Man City

Competition: Carabao Cup

Kick off: 7pm

Live coverage: CarabaoCup.live

Bayern Munich v Dortmund

Competition: German Super Cup

Kick off: 7:30pm

Live coverage: BT Sport 1

Brighton v Man Utd

Competition: Carabao Cup

Kick off: 7:45pm

Live coverage: Sky Sports Football / Main Event / NOW TV

Everton v West Ham

Competition: Carabao Cup

Kick off: 7:45pm

Live coverage: CarabaoCup.live

What games are free-to-air?

Unfortunately, none of the games are available to watch on free-to-air TV.

Keep checking out our regularly updated guides for the latest information on games and how to watch them.

Check out Premier League free-to-air games here.

Check out our relaunched Football Times podcast featuring special guests, FPL tips and match previews.

For the full breakdown of what games are coming up check out our Premier League fixtures on TV guide.


If you’re looking for something else to watch check out our TV Guide.