The Premier League and English Football League seasons are over, the runners and riders have found the finish line, but there's still a cluster of high quality finals to savour before the summer.

Jose Mourinho's Roma face Europa League heavyweights Sevilla in the final of the competition this week.

Elsewhere, Manchester City face Manchester United in the FA Cup final at Wembley this weekend. It's shaping up to be a sizzling showdown between two rivals desperate for silverware.

Sky Sports will boast the lion's share of the action in 2023/24, including a huge number of Premier League, English Football League and FA Women's Super League games from July onwards.

BT Sport will wrap up the season with the Champions League, Europa League and Europa Conference League finals before it returns for the new season rebranded as TNT Sports.

Check out our guide to the best football matches on TV today and across the week to come.

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Wednesday 31st May

Europa League final

Sevilla v Roma (8pm) BT Sport

Thursday 1st June

Scottish Premiership play-offs 1st leg

Partick Thistle v Ross County (8pm) Sky Sports Football

Saturday 3rd June

FA Cup

Man City v Man Utd (3pm) BBC One / iPlayer / ITV1 / ITVX

Scottish Cup final

Celtic v Inverness CT (5:30pm) BBC One Scotland / BBC Scotland / iPlayer / Viaplay Sports 1

Women's Champions League final

Barcelona v Wolfsburg (3pm) DAZN / YouTube

Sunday 4th June

Scottish Premiership play-offs 2nd leg

Ross County v Partick Thistle (4:30pm) Sky Sports Football / Main Event

Wednesday 7th June

Europa Conference League final

Fiorentina v West Ham (8pm) BT Sport

Saturday 10th June

Champions League final

Man City v Inter Milan (8pm) BT Sport

Sunday 11th June

Soccer Aid

England v Rest of the World (7:30pm) ITV1 / ITVX

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