February on BT Sport: Champions League, Premier League, FA Cup, boxing and UFC feature in an unmissable month

BT Sport will show the return of the Champions League and Europa League, 21 Premier League matches, the FA Cup fifth round, UFC 258 and world championship boxing this month.

By Tim Williams Published: 3 February 2021 - 9.24am

Lockdown continues across the UK, but at BT Sport we’ve got a plan to help you escape this February.

From the return of the Champions League and Europa League to the Premier League and FA Cup, UFC and world championship boxing, we’ve got an unrivalled schedule of live sport to keep you entertained.

Here are the events that you simply can’t afford to miss.

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Champions League and Europa League

The Champions League and Europa League return in February and, as usual, we’ve got every game from both competitions exclusively live as we enter the knockout stages.

That means eight live Champions League matches and a mammoth 32 from the Europa League this month alone.

There are three English representatives in the last 16 of Europe’s premier competition, with the first-leg matches between RB Leipzig and Liverpool, Atletico Madrid and Chelsea and Borussia Monchengladbach versus Manchester City all set to place in the third week of February.

We also have the tantalising match-up between Barcelona and Paris Saint-Germain, with European heavyweights Juventus, Bayern Munich, Borussia Dortmund and Real Madrid also in action.

In the same week, the Europa League will also take centre stage with Manchester United, Arsenal, Tottenham, Leicester and Rangers all looking to take charge of their last 32 ties.

In an added bonus, the return legs will be played the following week which means if you purchase a monthly pass at the beginning of the month, you can watch the Europa League last 32 in its entirety.

Check out our full Champions League and Europa listings on our What’s On page.

Premier League

BT Sport customers can enjoy a packed schedule of Premier League action in February, including every game from Matchday 22 exclusively live.

Beginning on Tuesday 2 February and concluding on Thursday 4 February, we have all 10 matches - culminating with the huge London derby between Tottenham and Chelsea.

Other standout fixtures see Wolves host Arsenal, Man Utd meet Southampton, Man City travel to Burnley and champions Liverpool entertain Brighton.

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If that’s not enough, we’ve got 11 more top-flight matches to see you through to the end of the month.

We have fixtures with implications at both ends of the table, including Leicester v Liverpool, Everton v Fulham and Man Utd v Newcastle.

Don’t forget, BT Sport Score will keep you across all the live scores as they come in every Saturday and Jake Humphrey and company will discuss all the big talking points on Premier League Tonight.

Check out our full Premier League listings on our What’s On page.

FA Cup

Five of the eight FA Cup fifth-round fixtures will be shown live on BT Sport from Tuesday 9 February to Thursday 11 February, including Everton v Tottenham and Swansea v Man City.

An unmissable few days of action from the world’s oldest club competition kicks off at Turf Moor where Burnley host Championship Bournemouth.

The next day we have a huge triple-header starting with Championship high-flyers Swansea welcoming six-time FA Cup winners Man City to the Liberty Stadium.

Later that evening we have an all-Premier League clash between Brendan Rodgers’ Leicester and Brighton at the King Power Stadium, before 1995 winners Everton host Jose Mourinho’s Tottenham.

The fifth round concludes with action from the Midlands as Nuno Espirito Santo’s underperforming Wolves look to put their miserable Premier League form behind them when Southampton visit Molineux.

Find out more about our FA Cup coverage on our What’s On page.

Gallagher Premiership

After an enforced hiatus in January, Premiership Rugby is back and we’re broadcasting every single game in February.

We have 24 matches in what is shaping up to be one of the most unpredictable campaigns in years.

The action begins at Ashton Gate on Friday 5 February when table-toppers Bristol Bears host Alex Sanderson’s Sale Sharks. Reigning Premiership and European champions Exeter round off the weekend when they take on surprise packages Newcastle on Sunday.

Our live coverage continues throughout February with rounds 9, 10 and 11 also taking place. What’s more, Rugby Tonight will round up all the big talking points with Craig Doyle joined by a handful of our acclaimed punditry team including Lawrence Dallaglio, Ugo Monye, Ben Kay and Austin Healey.

Your undisputed home of club rugby will once again be with you every step of the way this season, so don’t miss any of the action on BT Sport.

Check out our full rugby listings on our What’s On page.


After another historic run on Fight Island, UFC returns to Las Vegas with four more stacked cards in February.

Heavyweights Alistair Overeem and Alexander Volkov meet in the main event on Saturday 6 February, with former lightweight champion Frankie Edgar vs Cory Sandhagen also on the card.

The following week, Kamaru Usman defends his welterweight world title against Gilbert Burns at UFC 258.

Middleweights Uriah Hall and Chris Weidman meet in the co-main, with former interim world title challenger Kelvin Gastelum also in action against Ian Heinisch.

In what promises to yet another explosive main event bout, Curtis Blaydes takes on Derrick Lewis on Saturday 20 February with both fighters looking to force a world title shot against heavyweight champion Stipe Miocic.

The final UFC card of the month sees another heavyweight contender Jairzinho Rozenstruik take on Ciryl Gane.

See all of our upcoming UFC cards on our What’s On page.


Boxing returns to BT Sport in February with a huge world title clash, as Carl Frampton bids to become a three-weight world champion when he takes on the WBO world super featherweight champion Jamel Herring on Saturday 27 February.

The fight, which will be staged in London, was originally scheduled to take place in the middle of 2020 before being delayed because of Covid-19.

Frampton stopped Darren Traynor in an interim fight in August, while Herring overcame Jonathan Oquendo in Las Vegas.

The Jackal said: “I’m delighted to finally get a date nailed down for this fight that has now been talked about for over a year.

“I have the upmost respect for Jamel as a fighter and as a man but there is nobody stopping me on becoming the island of Ireland’s only ever three-weight world champion, one of Britain’s only ever three-weight world champions and potentially have one foot in the hall of fame.”

Promoter Frank Warren said: “I am thrilled we are able to deliver this huge opportunity for Carl to reinforce his position as the top Irish fighter of his or any other generation.”

Find out more about our boxing coverage on our What’s On page.