Big match action coming very soon on BT Sport
UEFA Champions League Semi-finals, FA Cup, Premier League and top flight rugby all kicking off in the coming weeks
We’re getting towards the stage of the season when champagne corks pop and the trophies get handed out.
The titles will all be decided in the coming weeks, which means there is plenty of action for you to screen for your customers.
Here’s a look at some of what’s coming up on BT Sport over the next few weeks.
UEFA Champions League and UEFA Europa League semi-finals
The UEFA Champions League quarter-finals had it all. An amazing comeback, almost another, a late red card, a late disputed penalty and a Liverpudlian masterclass.
Now Barcelona-conquering Roma head to Merseyside for a semi-final first leg against Jurgen Klopp’s heroic Liverpool, with Real Madrid, thanks to that very late Cristiano Ronaldo spot kick, taking on German giants Bayern Munich in the other mouth-watering semi.
Thursday night football could also pull in a few punters with Arsenal facing a tough draw against Atletico Madrid in the Europa League semi-finals.
The Gunners must be at their very best to overcome Atletico and get to the final, with the ultimate goal of lifting the trophy and, as a result, sneaking into next year’s UEFA Champions League.
UEFA Champions League semi-finals
Tuesday April 24 Liverpool v Roma, 7:45pm
Wednesday April 25 Bayern Munich v Real Madrid, 7:45pm
Tuesday May 1 Real Madrid v Bayern Munich, 7:45pm
Wednesday May 2 Roma v Liverpool, 7:45pm
UEFA Europa League semi-final
Thursday April 26 Arsenal v Atletico Madrid, 8:05pm
Thursday May 3 Atletico Madrid v Arsenal, 8:05pm
Wem-ber-lee, Wem-ber-lee we’re the famous Tottenham Hotspur, Manchester United, Chelsea and Southampton… deep breath… and we’re off to Wem-ber-lee.
Fans of four clubs vying for the only trophy they can win this season will have their eyes on Wembley.
We’ll be live on the Sunday for the clash between Chelsea and Southampton.
The intriguing tie sees new Saints manager Mark Hughes up against one of his former clubs. Fans will enjoy a trip to Wembley which may provide a welcome distraction from the threat of relegation.
Chelsea are back again. Last year they succumbed to an inspired Arsenal in the final, preventing the Blues from securing an historic double.
This year, by comparison, Chelsea have had one of their less spectacular seasons. Could Conte finish his tenure at the club with an FA Cup victory?
The winners will progress to face either Spurs or Manchester United. They play on the same pitch a day before, in what looks like another tasty encounter.
Sunday April 22 Chelsea v Southampton, 3pm
While the title may be City’s, there is still much to play for in the Premier League. We have exclusive coverage of two more games in April, both of which will have a bearing on the race for the top four or the fight against relegation. It starts with a huge game for Bournemouth who will be hosting Manchester United.
Wednesday April 18 Bournemouth v Man Utd, 7.45pm
Saturday April 28 Swansea v Chelsea, 5.30pm
The best of the rest
We also have live coverage of some of the best league’s in Europe so check our listings to see the games we are bringing you from Scotland, Italy, France and Germany.
And don’t forget the rugby…
And it isn’t just your football fans we can help keep happy. There’s a huge amount of rugby union coming up as the AVIVA Premiership and the European competitions reach the final stages. We will bring you all the best action right up to the Premiership Final on May 26.
Friday April 27 Leicester Tigers v Newcastle Falcons, 7.45pm
Saturday April 28 Gloucester v Bath, 3pm
Sunday April 29 Wasps v Northampton Saints, 3pm
All fixtures are live on BT Sport. For further fixture information and to download social media assets like those on this page visit here.