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Today’s football on TV - channels, times of today's live matches and those coming soon

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Today’s football on TV and the coming days for Sky Sports, BT Sport, BBC, ITV, Eurosport, FreeSports and more

Here we bring you today’s football on TV and what time the matches are on Sky Sports, BT Sport (opens in new tab), BBC, ITV, Eurosport, FreeSports and more.

Plus, we also have all the matches in the coming days to make sure you never miss a football match (see our TV Guide for full listings).

Here’s today’s football matches on TV and those coming soon….

Today's Football on telly for Friday 4 September 2020

Live - Scotland v Israel, Sky Sports, kick-off 7.45pm

Scotland play their first international game in 10 months as they take on Israel at Hampden Park in this Nations League clash.

Live - Italy v Bosina-Herzegovina, Sky Sports, kick-off 7.45pm Live - Netherlands v Poland, Sky Sports, kick-off 7.45pm Live - Belarus v Albania, Sky Sports, kick-off 7.45pm Live - Lithuania v Kazakhstan, Sky Sports, kick-off 7.45pm Live - Norway v Austria, Sky Sports, kick-off 7.45pm Live - Romania v Northern Ireland, Sky Sports, kick-off 7.45pm

Today’s Football on TV for Saturday 5 September 2020

Live - Hokkaido CS v Sanfrecce Hiroshima, 6am Freesports (kick-off 6am) Live - Shimizu S-Pulse v Kashiwa Reysol, 9.55am Freesports (kick-off 10am) Live - Derby County v Barrow, 11.30am Sky Sports Main Event (kick-off 12 noon) Live - North Macedonia v Armenia, Sky Sports (kick-off 2pm) Live - Gibraltar v San Marino, Sky Sports (kick-off 2pm) Live - Walsall v Sheffield Wednesday , 2pm Sky Sports Main Event, Sky Sports Football (kick-off 2.15pm) Live - Aston Villa Women v Manchester City Women, 2pm BT Sport 2 (kick-off 2.30pm Live - Estonia v Georgia, Sky Sports (kick-off 5pm)

Live - Iceland v England, Sky Sports (kick-off 5pm)

Gareth Southgate

Can Gareth Southgate's England triumph? (credit: Getty images) (Image credit: Lukas Schulze)

Gareth Southgate’s England are in action for the first time since November when the Three Lions kick off their 2020-21 Nations League campaign.

Live - Azerbaijan v Luxembourg, Sky Sports (kick-off 5pm) Live - Cyprus v Montenegro, Sky Sports (kick-off 5pm) Live - Denmark v Belgium, Sky Sports (kick-off 7.45pm) Live - Portugal v Croatia, Sky Sports (kick-off 7.45pm) Live - Sweden v France, Sky Sports (kick-off 7.45pm) Live - Houston Dynamo v Sporting Kansas City 1am, Sky Sports Football (kick-off 1am)

Today’s Football on TV for Sunday 6 September 2020

Live - Brentford v Wycombe Wanderers, 11.30am Sky Sports Main Event; Sky Sports Football (kick-off 12 noon)

Live - Wales v Bulgaria, 1.30pm S4C and Sky Sports (kick-off 2pm)

Wales take on Bulgaria - the last meeting between the sides saw a 1-0 victory for Wales in their Euro 2012 qualifying campaign.

Live - Andorra v Faroe Islands, Sky Sports (kick-off 2pm) Live - Manchester United Women v Chelsea Women, 2pm BT Sport 1 (kick-off 2pm) Live - Slovenia v Moldova, Sky Sports (kick-off 5pm) Live - Republic of Ireland v Finland, Sky Sports (kick-off 5pm) Live - Kosovo v Greece, Sky Sports (kick-off 7.45pm) Live - Malta v Latvia, Sky Sports (kick-off 7.45pm) Live - Spain v Ukraine, Sky Sports (kick-off 7.45pm) Live - Switzerland v Germany, Sky Sports (kick-off 7.45pm) Live - Serbia v Turkey, Sky Sports (kick-off 7.45pm) Live - New York Red Bulls v Philadelphia Union 12midnight, Sky Sports Football (kick-off 12)

Today's Football on TV for Monday 7 September 2020

Live - Kazakhstan v Belarus, Sky Sports (kick-off 3pm) Live - Bosnia-Herzegovina v Poland, Sky Sports (kick-off 7.45pm) Live - Netherlands v Italy, Sky Sports (kick-off 7.45pm) Live - Albania v Lithuania, Sky Sports (kick-off 7.45pm) Live - Austria v Romania, Sky Sports (kick-off 7.45pm) Live - Northern Ireland v Norway, Sky Sports (kick-off 7.45pm) Live - Czech Replica v Scotland, Sky Sports (kick-off 7.45pm) Live - Israel v Slovakia, Sky Sports (kick-off 7.45pm)

David is the What To Watch Editor and has over 20 years of experience in television journalism. He is currently writing about the latest television and film news for What To Watch.


Before working for What To Watch, David spent many years on TV Times magazine, interviewing some of television's most famous stars including Hollywood actor Kiefer Sutherland, singer Lionel Richie and wildlife legend Sir David Attenborough. 


David started out as a writer on TV Times before becoming the title's deputy features editor and then features editor. During his time on TV Times, David also helped run the annual TV Times Awards. David is a huge Death in Paradise fan, although he's still failed to solve a case before the show's detective! He also loves James Bond and controversially thinks that Timothy Dalton was an excellent 007.


Other than watching and writing about telly, David loves playing cricket, going to the cinema, trying to improve his tennis and chasing about after his kids!