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September Sporting highlights with Sky Sports

During September, pub-going sports fans can continue to enjoy the football action from the Premier League, EFL and the Euro 2020 Qualifiers; along with the final of The Ashes, four F1 Grand Prix races and the return of the Solheim Cup.

 

Premier League head-to-heads

Sky Sports has the first pick every matchday weekend which means that licensee can rely on Sky Sports to bring their customers the biggest head to heads throughout the season.

Early season clashes between the Premier League’s ‘Big Six’ will be shown live on Sky Sports, including a Super Sunday north London derby between Arsenal and Tottenham on the 1st, and Chelsea v Liverpool on the 22nd.

The start of the season marks the start of a new deal which sees Sky Sports show 128 exclusively live games, plus games at all the best times for the trade with new slots across four days of the week including Saturday 5.30pm tea time matches, the brand-new Saturday 7.45pm kick off, Super Sunday double header, Monday Night Football and Friday Night Football. These regular timeslots help Sky customers can plan ahead, so they know exactly what’s on and when.

 

September fixtures not to be missed:

Saturday 14 September – 5.30pm – Norwich v Manchester City

Monday 16 September – 8pm – Aston Villa v West Ham

Friday 20 September – 8pm - Southampton v Bournemouth

Sunday 22 September – 2pm – West Ham v Manchester United

Sunday 22 September – 4.30pm – Chelsea v Liverpool

Saturday 28 September – 5.30pm – Leicester v Newcastle

Monday 30 September – 8pm – Manchester United v Arsenal

Sunday 1 September – 4.30pm – Arsenal v Tottenham Hotspur

 

This year Sky Sports brings customers more football, with 138 games exclusively live from the EFL – including the Sky Bet Championship, League 1 and League 2 – 30 games from the SPFL and up to four Old Firm derbies and the Euro 2020 Qualifiers. 

 

Your customers won’t want to miss out on any of the action

 

Sky customers should make sure they’ve registered with www.myskysports.com to access a range of game-changing support tools including:

o   Customisable fixture posters to help our customers promote the sports and fixtures they want to show, across multiple broadcasters, not just Sky Sports.

o   Share ready-made marketing images across media like Twitter and Facebook, with one easy click.

o   Plus loads to fixture planning information and top tips to help our customers make their venue the home of sport.

o   To make it even quicker and easier for our customers to market the sports that matter to them, all these tools are located in one digital location, MySkySports.com.