Football on the BBC: How to follow the new season
The Premier League season is under way and the BBC has more ways than ever for you to follow all the action.
For nine months millions of fans will enjoy or endure hundreds of games, and we will be with them for every goal, sending off, sacking, signing and celebration.
On television, Ruud Gullit, Philip Neville and Rio Ferdinand are joining Match of the Day as it celebrates its 50th anniversary, with the BBC screening more than 12 hours of weekend football TV coverage.
Later in the season, the FA Cup is returning to BBC television after a six-year absence, with 16 live matches on the road to Wembley and highlights of every round.
BBC Radio 5 live has full commentary of 128 Premier League games as well as Champions League, FA Cup, League Cup, Europa League and Football League action throughout the season.
BBC's Local Radio football service will also provide commentary on around 70 football clubs across the divisions each week. The 39 local stations in England will keep you up to date with all the action as it happens on FM, AM and DAB.
And online, audiences will be able to follow live text commentary of every Premier League game, in-depth Champions League, Scottish football, Football League, League Cup and European coverage, including live scores, stats, match reports and reaction, whether they're at home, on-the-go or at the ground.
For the first time this season fans can sign up for goal alerts , team line-ups and scores as they happen through the BBC Sport app for mobiles and tablets.
More women's football, including internationals, the Super League and Women's FA Cup, will be broadcast than ever before.
Watch on the BBC on Sunday
- You will be able to see goals from Wembley as they go in on the BBC Sport website
- There will also be highlights published throughout the match
- Three-minute highlights will be published on the full-time whistle
- Full highlights show on BBC One on Sunday night
Football Focus returns on Saturdays with special archive features to celebrate the 50th anniversary of Match Of The Day.
In Scotland, Sportscene Results will again be on air on Saturday afternoons, with Sportscene wrapping up highlights on Sunday nights.
On the radio, BBC Radio Scotland's Sportsound will be the place to be on weeknights and Saturday afternoons, while highlights of top flight and Championship action will be online from Sunday evenings.
A special BBC One documentary - MOTD at 50 - will be shown on Friday, 22 August at 22:35 BST.