Festive Football on Sky Sports

Festive Football on Sky Sports

Sky Sports is the place to watch a feast of festive football across December and January – watch our ad starring Harry Kane

Sky Sports is the place to watch a feast of festive football across December and January.

See 2017 out, and the New Year in, with a bang with more than 50 live games from the Premier League, Sky Bet Championship, Scottish Premiership, La Liga, Eredivisie and MLS play-offs.

Viewers will be able to follow some of the biggest rivalries and best stories from across the divisions in the UK and beyond, with Sky Sports’ massive line-up ensuring Christmas is for football…

December 9 – December 15

Christmas is a time for dropping in on the neighbours, and there’s plenty of derby action this week. Chelsea are in action again at London rivals West Ham before the Manchester and Merseyside derbies combine on a mouth-watering Nissan Super Sunday on December 10.

Dec 9 – West Ham v Chelsea (12.30pm, Sky Sports Premier League)

Dec 9 – MLS Cup final – Toronto v Seattle (9pm, Sky Sports Football)

Dec 9 – Norwich v Sheffield Wednesday (5.30pm, Sky Sports Football)

Dec 10 – Hibernian v Celtic (12.30pm, Sky Sports Football)

Dec 10 – FC Utrecht v Feyenoord (1.30pm, Sky Sports Football – Red Button)

Dec 10 – Ajax v PSV (3.45pm, Sky Sports Football – Red Button)

Dec 10 – Liverpool v Everton (2.15pm, Sky Sports Premier League)

Dec 10 – Man Utd v Man City (4.30pm, Sky Sports Premier League)

Dec 11 – Reading v Cardiff (8pm, Sky Sports Football)

Dec 13 – Groningen v PSV (5.30pm, Sky Sports Football – Red Button)

Dec 13 – Feyenoord v Heerenveen (7.45pm, Sky Sports Football – Red Button)

Dec 13 – Hibernian v Rangers (7.45pm, Sky Sports Football)

Dec 14 – Ajax v Excelsior (7.45pm, Sky Sports Football – Red Button)

Dec 15 – Sheffield Wednesday v Wolves (7.45pm, Sky Sports Football)

December 16 – December 21

United travel to West Brom before Liverpool’s trip to Bournemouth’s Vitality Stadium – the scene of one of the most-dramatic Premier League fixtures in recent history – completes another tasty Super Sunday double bill in the run up to Christmas.

Dec 16 – Leicester v Crystal Palace (12.30pm, Sky Sports Premier League)

Dec 16 – Cardiff v Hull (5.30pm, Sky Sports Football)

Dec 16 – PSV v ADO Den Haag (6.45pm, Sky Sports Football – Red Button)

Dec 17 – Sparta Rotterdam v Feyenoord (11.30am, Sky Sports Football – Red Button)

Dec 17 – Hearts v Celtic (12.30pm, Sky Sports Football)

Dec 17 – AZ Alkmaar v Ajax (1.30pm, Sky Sports Football)

Dec 17 – West Brom v Man Utd (1.30pm, Sky Sports Premier League)

Dec 17 – Bournemouth v Liverpool (4pm, Sky Sports Premier League)

Dec 18 – Everton v Swansea (8pm, Sky Sports Premier League)

Countdown to Christmas

Attention then turns to yet more festive fun on Friday Night Football, with Arsenal and Liverpool getting the festivities underway at the Emirates on December 22. The first ‘Clasico’ of the season then follows as Real Madrid and Barcelona renew their rivalry on December 23, before Everton host Chelsea and Manchester United travel to Leicester.

Dec 22 – Arsenal v Liverpool (7.45pm, Sky Sports Premier League)

Dec 23 – Real Madrid v Barcelona (12pm, Sky Sports Football)

Dec 23 – Everton v Chelsea (12.30pm, Sky Sports Premier League)

Dec 23 – Leicester v Man Utd (7.45pm, Sky Sports Premier League)

Dec 23 – Aston Villa v Sheffield United (5.30pm, Sky Sports Football)

Dec 23 – PSV v Vitesse Arnhem (6.45pm, Sky Sports Football – Red Button)

Dec 24 – Ajax v Willem II (1.30pm, Sky Sports Football)

Dec 24 – Feyenoord v Roda (3.45pm, Sky Sports Football)

Boxing Day and beyond

The action continues on Boxing Day as Southampton travel to Wembley to take on Tottenham and Liverpool host Swansea at Anfield. There’s a helping of Championship action as Brentford and Aston Villa meet at Griffin Park before the Premier League takes centre stage once more as Manchester City travel to Newcastle on December 27 and Crystal Palace host Arsenal on December 28.

Dec 26 – Tottenham v Southampton (12.30pm, Sky Sports Premier League)

Dec 26 – Burton v Leeds (3pm, Sky Sports Football)

Dec 26 – Liverpool v Swansea (5.30pm, Sky Sports Premier League)

Dec 26 – Brentford v Aston Villa (7.30pm, Sky Sports Football)

Dec 27 – Newcastle v Man City (7.45pm, Sky Sports Premier League)

Dec 27 – Hearts v Hibernian (7.45pm, Sky Sports Football)

Dec 28 – Crystal Palace v Arsenal (8pm, Sky Sports Premier League)

Dec 29 – Cardiff v Preston (7.45pm, Sky Sports Football)

New Year line-up

Focus moves north of the border as Celtic and Rangers look to end 2017 on a high with victory in the 410th Old Firm match on December 30. And if you fancy a quiet night in on New Years’ Eve, sit back and enjoy the fireworks at Wembley as London rivals Spurs and West Ham clash. Sky Sports ushers in 2018 with Manchester United’s trip to Everton and Brighton clash with Bournemouth on New Year’s Day. Swansea then host Spurs on January 2 before the festive feast of football comes to an end on January 3 when Arsenal host Chelsea at the Emirates.

Dec 30 – Celtic v Rangers (12pm, Sky Sports Football)

Dec 30 – Bristol City v Wolves (5.30pm, Sky Sports Football)

Dec 31 – Tottenham v West Ham (2.15pm, Sky Sports Premier League)

Dec 31 – West Brom v Arsenal (4.30pm, Sky Sports Premier League)

Jan 1 – Brighton v Bournemouth (12.30pm, Sky Sports Premier League)

Jan 1 – Leeds v Nottingham Forest (3pm, Sky Sports Football)

Jan 1 – Everton v Man Utd (5.30pm, Sky Sports Premier League)

Jan 2 – Swansea v Tottenham (7.45pm, Sky Sports Premier League)

Jan 3 – Arsenal v Chelsea (7.45pm, Sky Sports Premier League)

Sky Sports is your home for festive football this Christmas with over 50 games live throughout December and the New Year. For more information, click here.

Source: skysports.com

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