Match Day: What time do today’s football games kick off and where can you watch them?


Football season is finally here (Picture: Stuart MacFarlane/Arsenal FC via Getty Images)

Football season is finally here, with today promising a Saturday packed full of highly-anticipated matches.

From Premier League matches to La Liga games, it’s a big day for footie lovers everywhere.

With so much action happening in one day, it is hard to know where to start.

Luckily, we’ve put together the full schedule of kick-offs today to ensure you don’t miss a match.

Where can I watch today’s football matches?

Premier League games will be available to watch on Now TV, Sky Sports Premier League and Sky Sports Main Event in the UK.

Fans can watch La Liga on La Liga TV, which is available through Sky and Virgin Media.

Premier League games will be broadcast live on Now TV and Sky Sports Premier (Picture: Arfa Griffiths/West Ham United FC via Getty Images)

Ligue 1 games are shown live on BT Sport.

The Women’s Super League will be available to watch as usual on BT Sport and BBC, but can also be viewed on the free FA Players app.

Championship games can be viewed on Sky Sports and iFollow.

Scottish Premiership matches are available on Sky Sports.

League One and League Two will be broadcast on Sky Sports.

Kick off timetable

Below is the full kick off timetable for Saturday, September 12.

Premier League

Fulham vs Arsenal – 12.30pm

Crystal Palace v Southampton – 3.00pm

Liverpool vs Leeds – 5.30pm

West Ham vs Newcastle – 8.00pm

La Liga

Eibar v Celta Vigo – 3.00pm

Granada vs A Bilbao – 5.30pm

Cadiz vs Osasuna – 8.00pm

Ligue 1

Montpelier vs Nice – 4.00pm

St Etienne vs Strasbourg – 8.00pm

Women’s Super League

West Ham Women vs Arsenal Women – 5.20pm

Championship

Birmingham vs Brentford – 12.30pm

Wycombe vs Rotherham – 12.30pm

AFC Bournemouth vs Blackburn – 3.00pm

Barnsley vs Luton – 3.00pm

Bristol City vs Coventry – 3.00pm

Cardiff vs Sheff Wed – 3.00pm

Derby vs Reading – 3.00pm

Huddersfield vs Norwich – 3.00pm

Millwall vs Stoke – 3.00pm

Preston North End vs Swansea – 3.00pm

QPR vs Nottingham Forest – 3.00pm

Scottish Premiership

Aberdeen vs Kilmarnock – 3.00pm

Livingston vs Hamilton – 3.00pm

Motherwell vs St Johnstone – 3.00pm

Rangers vs Dundee Utd – 3.00pm

Ross County vs Celtic – 3.00pm

St Mirren vs Hibernian – 3.00pm

League One

Accrington vs Peterborough – 3.00pm

Crewe vs Charlton – 3.00pm

Doncaster vs MK Dons – 3.00pm

Fleetwood vs Burton A – 3.00pm

Gillingham vs Hull – 3.00pm

Lincoln vs Oxford Utd – 3.00pm

Northampton vs Wimbledon – 3.00pm

Plymouth vs Blackpool – 3.00pm

Portsmouth vs Shrewsbury – 3.00pm

Sunderland vs Bristol Rovers – 3.00pm

Swindon vs Rochdale – 3.00pm

League Two

Barrow vs Stevenage – 3.00pm

Bolton vs Forest Green – 3.00pm

Bradford City vs Colchester – 3.00pm

Cambridge vs Carlisle – 3.00pm

Cheltenham vs Morecambe – 3.00pm

Mansfield vs Tranmere – 3.00pm

Oldham vs Leyton Orient – 3.00pm

Port Vale vs Crawley – 3.00pm

Salford City vs Exeter – 3.00pm

Scunthorpe vs Newport – 3.00pm

Southend vs Harrogate – 3.00pm

Walsall vs Grismby – 3.00pm

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