Broadcasters Sky and BT have released details of the live football they will be showing over the next couple of months.

And there is plenty for pubs to pick from with scores of games coming up in domestic and European competitions.

Full listings can be found on the Sky and BT websites, but here are a few that catch the eye.


Premier League

Sky will be showing at least four of the current top six in action every weekend in March. Biggies include Manchester City v Chelsea (March 4), Manchester United v Liverpool (March 10) and Chelsea v Tottenham (April 1).

Ahead of those look out for:


Liverpool v Tottenham, Sunday, February 4, 4.30pm
Man City v Leicester, Saturday, February 10, 5.30pm
Man Utd v Chelsea, Sunday Feb 25, 2.05pm


BT also revealed details of four more Premier League games in March, including Rafa Benitez returning to Liverpool with his Newcastle side on March 3.

It also has a big clashes in the next couple of weeks:


Tottenham v Man Utd, Wednesday, Jan 31, 8pm
Tottenham v Arsenal, Saturday, Feb 10, 12.30pm




Champions League

The knockout stages of Europe's premier cup competition start in a couple of weeks' time. Five English teams remain and they will all have high hopes of progressing, though Chelsea have the toughest looking task.


Juventus v Tottenham, Tuesday February 13 & Wednesday, March 7
Basel v Man City, Tuesday, February 13 & Wednesday, March 7
Porto v Liverpool, Wednesday, February 14 & Tuesday, March 6
Chelsea v Barcelona, Tuesday, February 20 & Wednesday, March, 14
Sevilla v Man Utd, Wednesday, February 21 & Tuesday, March 13

All ties kick-off at 7.45pm. BT Sport.


Carabao Cup Final

The first trophy of the season will be decided on February 25th. Can Pep Guardiola pick up his first pot in England? Or can Arsene Wenger win yet another domestic trophy?


Man City v Arsenal, Sunday, February 25. 4.30pm, Sky




FA Cup Fifth Round

The draw for the last 16 takes place tonight (Monday, January 29) with fixtures due to be played on the weekend of February 17/18. Matches will be live on the BBC and BT Sport.


Football not your thing?

Then don't forget there's also the start of the 6 Nations this weekend and the Super Bowl.

Other big events coming up in February include George Groves taking on Chris Eubank Jr (February 17) and the Winter Olympics (February 9 to 25).