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The new season is in full swing and that means we have another unforgettable month in store BT Sport In September.

This month sees a comeback Champions League NS European Championship (and the opening Europa Conference League) as well as rugby Premiership Gallagher. but, this is not every thing. from UFC per me MotoGPThere is a lot to enjoy on BT Sport.

Read on to discover this month’s unparalleled live stream schedule.

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Champions League

is back. The world’s biggest club competition returns in September with every minute broadcast exclusively on BT Sport.

After a good performance last season, four representatives of England ChelseaNS ManchesterNS Manchester United NS Liverpool Aiming for more European glory.

Champions Chelsea received a boost in the summer with the arrival of Romelu Lukaku, while Manchester United enjoyed exciting prospects with the arrivals of Cristiano Ronaldo, Jadon Sancho and Raphael Varane.

Manchester City have also added Jack Grealish to their ranks, while Liverpool will benefit from the return of student Virgil van Dijk.

Perhaps not by chance, Paris Saint-Germain They are the favorites to break the duck and lift the Champions League trophy after the arrival of Lionel Messi from Barcelona.

Bavaria MonacoNS real MadridNS JuventusNS Borussia Dortmund NS Atletico Madrid They are all in the group stage and will be looking to reach next year’s final in St Petersburg.

The Europa League and Europa League 1 kick off in September with all three competitions broadcast live and exclusively on BT Sport.

Don’t forget that BT Sport subscribers can enjoy the 2021/22 Champions League season via the revolutionary power player ON btsport.com and the Award-winning BT Sport app.

If that’s not enough, you can enjoy all the action with friends in the app’s split screen view using the Watch Together feature.

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Watch the September Champions League schedule here

Premier League

After an exciting start to the new Premier League Season, we have three more live shows in September.

The action begins in Selhurst Park for what promises to be an unmissable London derby Crystal Palace NS Tottenham.

Tottenham defied expectations to start the new season in perfect shape under Nuno Espirito Santo and lead the league into the national team break after three consecutive victories.

Palace started a slow life under Patrick Vieira, but showed some hope in a fun 2-2 draw West Ham. Chelsea’s double-loan Conor Gallagher re-stabilized the Hammers to give Palace their first point of the season with a marked improvement.

A week later, Bruno Lag Wolves Entertain new men Brentford. Wolves find themselves in third place after three games after turning down a string of brilliant opportunities in every match.

The Bees got off to a great start in their lives in the first division with one win and two draws. They declared victory on opening day Arsenal In a tie with the palace and Aston Villa They will try to put more points on the scoreboard with a positive result against wolves.

Our final show in September is an unmissable repeat of last season’s Champions League final, when title contenders Chelsea and Man City face off at Stamford Bridge.

Both teams have been beefed up over the summer and will be looking to score what makes them all-time classics in West London.

Watch the English Premier League schedule for September here

Premiership Gallagher

After the impressive 2020/21 Premier League season ended at Twickenham, the new Gallagher Premier League campaign begins in September.

arlicini They reached their first title in nine years in June when they won Exeter 40-38 in an exciting final after one of the funniest seasons in recent times.

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The Premier League returns to BT Sport at the start of the 2021/22 season with 21 live matches from the first seven rounds.

Thirteen teams will compete for a place at Twickenham after last season’s relegation was scrapped and five-time winner Saracens won promotion to the First Division.

Work begins on Friday 17th September when Lam’s pat Bristol Bears Host Muslims In a huge meeting at Ashton Gate.

Leicester Tigers Hosting last season’s runners-up on Saturday 18th September, the Harlequins champions embark on a long journey to Newcastle Sunday 19 September.

Round two will also take place in September, B. GloucesterNS waspsNS Irish London NS Selling sharks Everything is at work.

Any match selected to be broadcast on BT Sport will also be available to broadcast live on it btsport.com and the Award-winning BT Sport app.

Watch Gallagher Premier’s schedule for September here

UFC

Cheer up the fighting fans! We have another great month of UFC events in store in September, with great British interest.

Liverpool’s Darren Till returned to the Octagon on Saturday 4 September after losing three of his last four games – and in an added bonus for UK fans – the game will start in Las Vegas at 7pm.

The 28-year-old is looking forward to returning to the title race with a victory over American veteran Derek Bronson.

Molly McCann, Tom Aspinal and Buddy Pemblet also play a British-dominated card in the fighting capital of the world.

After a week off, former heavyweight contender Anthony Smith faces Ryan Spahn in the main event of UFC Fight Night.

Smith regained two straight losses by defeating Devin Clark and a TKO for Jimmy Crut in his last appearance.

Spann won five of his six fights in the UFC with the only loss to Johnny Walker last September.

The UFC returns to the T-Mobile Arena in Las Vegas for UFC 266 overnight on Saturday, September 25, when featherweight champion Alexander Volkanovsky met contender No. 2nd place at 145 lbs Brian Ortega.

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View the September UFC schedule here

MotoGP

Faster on Two Wheels continues in September with two more MotoGP races in Europe.

France’s Fabio Quartaro cemented his world record by winning the British Grand Prix at Silverstone last weekend, and he will look to claim his sixth win of the season in Aragon, as the race begins in northeastern Spain at 9:15 on Sunday 12 September.

Marc Marquez holds an impressive track record and is aiming for his sixth MotoGP win at the famous track.

A week later, the circuit returned to Misano for the San Marino Grand Prix. Valentino Rossi is hoping to get a fancy end to his home race before retiring.

We’ll build every race with full, uninterrupted coverage of every workout and a free warm-up session. Of course, we will also show you all the Moto2 and Moto3 sessions, including the races, in full.

And after taking a break, Checkered Flag will complement your weekend talking points with the best ideas from our critics and valued guests.

Check out our September schedule for motorcycles here

Read more about BT Sport in September

As always, BT Sport subscribers can enjoy even more in September.

Sunny Edwards defends his flyweight title for the first time in an FIFA match against mandatory contender Jason Mama, League 1NS league NS National League Construction is ongoing and we have WWE events live from America.

We will also feature live cricket from the West Indies and a range of motorsport events including the Speedway of the Nations and MotoE.

Watch our full live schedule for September here

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