Where you can still watch top-flight football after matches across UK are postponed…

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A portrait of queen Elizabeth II is shown on the screen during the Europa League Group F football match between SS Lazio and Feyenoord at Olimpico stadium in Roma. Credit: PA Images
A portrait of queen Elizabeth II is shown on the screen during the Europa League Group F football match between SS Lazio and Feyenoord at Olimpico stadium in Roma. Credit: PA Images

If you can mourn and watch football simultaneously, you can still access top-flight European games this weekend. Here’s where…

 

The FA have taken the decision to postpone all football this weekend as a mark of respect to the Queen Elizabeth II after her death on Thursday. Even at grassroots, junior matches have been cancelled nationwide.

Basically, if you see anyone kicking a football this weekend, report them to the authorities immediately and wait for them to be hung in the Tower. Or something.

Mercifully, via the medium of subscription television, you can still access some football this weekend.

Admittedly, there aren’t many match-ups on the continent to get the pulses racing, but it’s this or rugby union. Or rugby league. Or Test cricket. Or any of the other sports who didn’t completely soil their sheets on Friday morning.

With thanks to live-footballontv, here are all the European top-flight games accessible to British viewers this weekend…

 

Saturday September 10

1pm: La LigaRayo Vallecano v Valencia (LaLigaTV)

5pm: Serie AInter Milan v Torino (BT Sport 2, broadcast starts at 5:15pm joining game in progress)

5:30pm: Bundesliga: Schalke v Bochum (Sky Sports Football)

5:30pm: La Liga – Cadiz v Barcelona (Premier Sports & LaLigaTV)

 Credit: PA Images
Credit: PA Images

5:45pm: EredivisieAjax v Heerenveen (Mola TV)

6pm: Primeira LigaSporting Lisbon v Portimonense (Premier Sports 2)

7:45pm: Serie ASampdoria v AC Milan (BT Sport 1)

8pm: La LigaAtletico Madrid v Celta Vigo (Premier Sports 1 & LaLigaTV)

8pm: Ligue 1Marseille v Lille (BT Sport 2)

8:30pm: Primeira LigaPorto v Chaves (BT Sport 3)

 

Jordan defends Premier League decision to postpone matches after Neville wanted games on

 

Sunday September 11 

11:30am: Serie AAtalanta v Cremonese (BT Sport 1)

12pm: Ligue 1Strasbourg v Clermont (BT Sport 3)

12:30pm: Jupiler Pro LeagueWesterlo v Anderlecht (Mola TV)

1pm: La LigaReal Madrid v Real Mallorca (Premier Sports & LaLigaTV)

1:30pm: Eredivisie PSV Eindhoven v RKC Waalwijk (Mola TV)

2pm: Ligue 1Ajaccio v Nice (BT Sport 3)

2pm: Serie ABologna v Fiorentina (BT Sport 2)

2pm: Serie ALecce v Monza (BT Sport 6)

2pm: Serie A Sassuolo v Udinese (BT Sport 5)

2:30pm: BundesligaCologne v Union Berlin (Sky Sports Football)

3:15pm: La Liga Elche v Athletic Bilbao (Premier Sports & LaLigaTV)

3:45pm: EredivisieAZ Alkmaar v Twente (Mola TV)

4:05pm: Ligue 1Rennes v Auxerre (BT Sport 3)

4:30pm: BundesligaFreiburg v Borussia Monchengladbach (Sky Sports Football)

5pm: Serie ALazio v Verona (BT Sport 2)

5:30pm: Jupiler Pro League Union Saint-Gilloise v Genk (Mola TV)

5:30pm: La LigaGetafe v Real Sociedad (Premier Sports & LaLigaTV)

7pm: EredivisieFeyenoord v Sparta Rotterdam (Mola TV)

7:45pm: Ligue 1Monaco v Lyon (BT Sport 2)

7:45pm: Serie AJuventus v Salernitana (BT Sport 1)

8pm: La LigaReal Betis v Villarreal (Premier Sports 1 & LaLigaTV)

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