As the temperature rises, there’s red-hot sporting action everywhere you look on Sky Sports…
Summer 2019 on Sky Sports
The barbecue can take a back seat this summer, because there’s an epic feast heading your way on Sky Sports – a feast of live sport! From a carnival of cricket and top international football to frenetic Formula One action and the biggest tournaments in golf, you’ll be at the heart of all the unmissable drama.
And if you find yourself being dragged along to a picnic you just can’t get out of, don’t forget you can watch every sensational six, 30-yard screamer, hole in one and outrageous overtake on the go with the Sky Sports app. Get in!
Ready for a summer packed with the very best live sport from around the globe? Find out what’s coming up with our handy viewing guide…
Sky Bet Championship Play-off Final
Monday 27 May
With a coveted and highly lucrative place in the Premier League up for grabs, it’s all to play for in this huge showdown at Wembley Stadium.
UEFA Nations League Semi-finals
Wednesday 5 & Thursday 6 June
Follow the action from the last four of the UEFA Nations League, as Gareth Southgate’s England face the Netherlands, and Portugal take on Switzerland.
UEFA Nations League Final
Sunday 9 June
The inaugural edition of the tournament concludes with the much-anticipated final at the Estádio do Dragão in Porto. Could football finally be coming home?
UEFA Under-21 Championship
Sunday 16 June
Watch the stars of tomorrow shine in Italy this summer when the 12 best nations in Europe at this age group battle it out for glory over two weeks of action.
Premier League 2019/20
Saturday 10 August
Here we go again. With 128 games live and exclusive on Sky Sports, it’s time to grab yourself a front-row seat for the new Premier League season.
ICC Cricket World Cup 2019
Thursday 30 May
It’s a huge summer of cricket on Sky Sports and you can watch every match from the one-day World Cup, as hosts (and tournament favourites) England take on the cream of the crop.
Tuesday 2 July
After losing in 2015 and drawing in 2017, can England’s women defeat holders Australia on home soil? Follow all seven matches from this gripping multi-format series to find out.
England v Ireland
Wednesday 24 July
England warm up for the Ashes by taking on Ireland in a one-off Test at Lord’s.
Thursday 1 August
Watch all five Tests exclusively live on Sky Sports, as hosts England try to wrestle the urn back off arch-rivals Australia in one of sport’s most iconic clashes.
US Women’s Open
Thursday 30 May
The stars of women’s golf head to Charleston, South Carolina, to contest the oldest major on the LPGA Tour. Thailand’s Ariya Jutanugarn putted her way to glory at this tournament last year.
Thursday 13 June
Pebble Beach in California welcomes the biggest names in men’s golf – including defending champion Brooks Koepka – for the penultimate major of the season.
Women’s PGA Championship
Thursday 20 June
Can South Korea’s Park Sung-hyun defend her crown when the tournament swings into action at the Hazeltine National Golf Club?
The Open Championship
Thursday 18 July
Italy’s Francesco Molinari will arrive at Royal Portrush looking to become the first player to retain the historic Open Championship since 2008 – but will the resurgent Tiger Woods have the final say?
Women’s British Open
Thursday 1 August
Following her first major win 12 months ago, will England’s Georgia Hall repeat her heroics at Woburn Golf Club?
Monaco Grand Prix
Sunday 26 May
Every F1 race is live on Sky Sports this season, and the 2019 campaign continues with the most glamorous weekend in the motorsport calendar.
Canadian Grand Prix
Sunday 9 June
After winning in Montréal last year, can Sebastian Vettel fend off Lewis Hamilton and Valtteri Bottas for some much-needed points this time around?
French Grand Prix
Sunday 23 June
With plenty of high-speed straights at the Circuit Paul Ricard, expect a fast and furious race when F1’s stars go head to head in France.
Austrian Grand Prix
Sunday 30 June
Following his success at the Red Bull Ring in 2018, will Dutch flyer Max Verstappen top the podium once again in Austria?
British Grand Prix
Sunday 14 July
Glory awaits at Silverstone, as the fastest show on four wheels zooms into the UK for a weekend of must-watch drama.
German Grand Prix
Sunday 28 July
At one of Hamilton’s favourite tracks, the British driver has the chance to make it five wins at the Hockenheimring when the action heads to Germany.
Hungarian Grand Prix
Sunday 4 August
The twists and turns of the Hungaroring will give the racing pack a major test, as the European section of the F1 season continues.
Find out what’s on Sky Sports this week
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