February on BT Sport: A raft of Premier League matches, the knockout stages of European football and UFC 271 headline a huge month of action

BT Sport have you covered in February with wall-to-wall action, including the ODIs from England's women in their Ashes battle and plenty more men's international cricket.

Published: 31 January 2022 - 3.33pm

BT Sport are thrilled to bring you a gigantic February of sporting action with a packed schedule for subscribers to get their teeth in to.

From the knockout stages of the Champions League and Europa League - and the inaugural Europa Conference League - to a whole host of Premier League games, an incredible UFC 271 card in store and England's tour of the West Indies.

It's never been a better time to join BT Sport, so read on for further details in our summary of the highlights coming your way across the month!

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Premier League

As England's top tier hurtles onto the home straight, BT Sport is the place to be as we bring you the best of the action. 

Beginning with the rearranged Burnley vs Watford clash on Saturday 5 February, right through to Leeds' clash with Tottenham at the end of the month, BT Sport will keep you on top of all the goings on in a huge February.

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BT TV is the only place to show every televised Premier League game, keep up to date with the full schedule here.

After the relegation six-pointer to kick off the month on FA Cup fourth round weekend, BT Sport are thrilled to bring you a full round of midweek fixtures from the top flight the following Tuesday, Wednesday and Thursday.

Those games include pivotal clashes in the title race, as Manchester City welcome Brentford to the Etihad for the first time in the Premier League and Liverpool host their former manager Brendan Rodgers and the Northern Irishman's Leicester side.

The race for the Champions League places will see some twists and turns too as Arsenal travel to Molineux, while Tottenham take on Southampton with West Ham meeting Watford and relegation-threatened Newcastle welcoming a struggling Everton side.

On Saturday 12, we're at the Theatre of Dreams for Manchester United's game against Southampton as Ralf Rangnick takes on his former colleague Ralph Hasenhuttl. 

The following week sees BT Sport's cameras return to the London Stadium for West Ham's meeting with a Newcastle side battling against the drop.

And on Saturday 26 our month of top-flight clashes rounds off at Elland Road as Leeds and Marcelo Bielsa face off against Antonio Conte's Tottenham.

Check out channel and start times for all our Premier League matches on our What's On page.

Champions League, Europa League and Europa Conference League knockouts

Europe's top competitions return to BT Sport this month as the knockout stages of the Champions League, Europa League and inaugural Europa Conference League get underway.

The pinnacle of European football, the Champions League, headlines the action as the round of 16 first legs get underway with some tantalising clashes for fans of the finest competition on the continent. 

Liverpool are up against the Italian champions Inter Milan and Manchester United must negotiate a tricky test against a stubborn Atletico Madrid side - who are La Liga's holders. Meanwhile defending champions Chelsea take on Lille and Manchester City - in search of a maiden European triumph - visit Sporting CP.

The true glamour tie of the round comes from Paris where PSG meet Real Madrid and welcome former coach Carlo Ancelotti back to the Parc des Princes in the process.

In the Europa League, the knockout round - featuring the second-placed group teams against the third-placed Champions League teams to determine who joins the seeded teams in the last 16 - gets underway with some huge names dropping into the competition.

Among them, Barcelona - in the Europa League for the first time in 20 years - face Napoli while Rangers' reward for advancing is a meeting with Borussia Dortmund and their superstar forward Erling Haaland.

And in the Europa Conference League, the eliminator round sees British action in the form of Leicester vs Randers and Celtic vs Bodo/Glimt.

The times and channels you need to watch all the British teams in action can be found on our What's On page.

UFC 271

There's a series of huge cards coming from the UFC in February, but none quite as big as the seismic UFC 271 main event of Israel Adesanya's rematch against Robert Whittaker on 12 February.

Whittaker is out for revenge after Adesanya knocked the New Zealander out back in 2019 at UFC 243 to claim the middleweight gold. 

And the same prize is up for grabs in Houston as Adesanya, one of the great entertainers in the octagon, looks to retain the belt.

Elsewhere on the card, Jared Cannonier and Derek Brunson meet in another middleweight bout after being rescheduled from UFC 270.

If that's not enough for fight fans, BT Sport will bring you not one, not two, but three thrilling Fight Nights. 

There's another huge middleweight clash as Jack Hermansson fights Sean Strickland on February 6, to determine who will rise as a title challenger.

A fortnight later, it's Rafael dos Anjos vs Rafael Fizviev in Nevada in a big clash in the lightweight division.

And to round off the month, there's another big fight in the same weight class where Beneil Dariush throws down with Islam Makhachev on February 26.

Stay across all the upcoming events with our 2022 UFC calendar.

Women's Ashes

The Ashes may not have exactly gone to plan for England's men... but there's still plenty more for fans who don't like, but love, cricket.

Their female counterparts are still Down Under as their multi-format series reaches the three ODIs in February.

We've got more than just England in action too, with a Test series between New Zealand and South Africa as well as Australia facing Sri Lanka in T20 matches to look forward to.

Serie A, Ligue 1 and Primeira Liga

Outside of the Premier League, BT Sport will bring you action from across the continent's domestic leagues including the thrilling Italian top flight.

Serie A is the most exciting title race in Europe as Inter Milan, AC Milan, Napoli, Juventus and Atalanta all vie for glory.

And with big clashes coming thick and fast, with goals galore in clashes across the country, it promises to keep fans entertained no matter who clinches the Scudetto this term.

Featuring some of Europe's hottest talents, from Lautaro Martinez to Dusan Vlahovic and Nico Barella to Franck Kessie, there are some serious footballers on show across Italy.

The conclusion of the French football season continues too with Ligue 1 action as Paris Saint-Germain's star-studded team of Kylian Mbappe, Lionel Messi and Neymar look to reclaim the title.

And we've got the best of the football on the Iberian coast where the Primeira Liga continues with the three big boys Porto, Benfica and Sporting CP vying for success.

That's not all!

There’s also plenty, plenty more for BT Sport subscribers to enjoy in February.

BT Sport is to broadcast dart’s inaugural World Seniors Championship, with live between Thursday 3 February and Sunday 6 February.

Twenty four of dart’s most decorated players with 44 World Darts titles between them  will return to the iconic Circus Tavern to contest the championship, including ‘The Power’ Phil Taylor who won 16 World Championships.

Taylor will line up against the likes of multiple World Champions Trina Gulliver, Martin Adam, John Part, Lisa Ashton and John Lowe.

We've got the best of the Gallagher Premiership coming your way as well as  the Women's Super Smash if you've not had your cricket fill.

There's the A-League and W-League from Australia, World Rally Championship if you're a motorsport fan as well as our weekly helpings from the WWE Universe.

That's just the best bits to look forward to, but check out our What's On page for our full February schedule.