Football never stops - pandemics aside -whether it is the Premier League, Champions League or the international games such as the European Championship, there is almost always some action to watch on television.
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The biggest game on Sunday takes place on Sky Sports as long-time rivals Manchester United collide with Arsenal in the Premier League.
Cristiano Ronaldo will hope to feature as Juventus visit Spezia live on FreeSports, while Celtic will look to exact revenge on Aberdeen in the Scottish Cup.
Sky Sports Box Office will have two pay-per-view matches available: Aston Villa vs Southampton and Tottenham vs Brighton .
There are a number of Premier League matches live on TV on Monday, including the pay-per-view game between Fulham and West Brom . Later in the evening, Leeds United and Leicester City lock horns on Sky.
BT Sport will broadcast the FA Youth Cup final, while FreeSports has a selection of Major League Soccer and Chinese Super League games to choose from.
BT Sport is showing all the Champions League action on Tuesday night as Liverpool face Serie A side Atalanta and Manchester City host Olympiakos .
Real Madrid are also in action as Zinedine Zidane's men look to improve their recent European fortunes, but they are presented with a formidable foe in the form of Inter .
Frank Lampard's Chelsea play French side Rennes live on BT Sport 2, while Barcelona take on Dynamo Kiev on BT Sport 3.
Juventus are also in action on Wednesday as they play Hungarian outfit Ferencvaros and Paris Saint-Germain make the trip to Germany to tackle RB Leipzig .