There’s a feast of elite sport on BT Sport in November. From Champions League, Premier League, heavyweight boxing and MotoGP, we've got plenty to keep you entertained in lockdown this month.

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


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Champions League: From Tuesday 3 November

The Champions League returned in style in October and we have 32 more games from Europe’s premier competition in November.

Matchday 3 (Nov 3 and Nov 4) and Matchday 4 (Nov 24 and Nov 25) will see Liverpool, Manchester City, Manchester United and Chelsea continue their quest for European glory.

The most decorated clubs in Europe including defending champions Bayern Munich, Barcelona, Real Madrid and Paris Saint-Germain also return to action.

As usual, every single game from the Champions League and the Europa League will be available on TV on BT Sport and via the revolutionary enhanced video player on either or the BT Sport app – with interactive timelines and multi-camera replay functionality.

After impressive starts, can the Premier League representatives continue their momentum in Europe and secure qualification to the knockout stages? Find out only on BT Sport.

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

Premier League: From Saturday 7 November

We have three Premier League offerings for BT Sport subscribers in November, starting at Goodison Park where Carlo Ancelotti’s Everton host a resurgent Manchester United (Nov 7).

A week later (Nov 14), Newcastle host Frank Lampard’s star-studded Chelsea side who are showing signs of promise after a mediocre start to the season.

The Premier League month on BT Sport concludes at the Amex Stadium where Brighton welcome champions Liverpool to the south coast for what promises to be an unmissable match-up.

Every game will be available in stunning ultra-high definition on 4K UHD on TV and via the enhanced video player on either or the BT Sport app.

Don’t forget, Crystal Palace v Leeds (Nov 7), West Ham v Fulham (Nov 7) and Arsenal v Aston Villa (Nov 8) will also be available on BT Sport Box Office.

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

Boxing: From Friday 13 November

Fight fans are in for a treat in November as we have a truly unmissable heavyweight double-header to round off the month.

First up, undefeated British heavyweights Daniel Dubois and Joe Joyce meet in one of the most highly-anticipated domestic bouts in years.

The showdown between British, Commonwealth, WBC Silver and WBO International champion Dubois and 2016 Olympic Silver medallist Joyce is set to be one of the best all-British heavyweight clashes for years.

Then, former undisputed heavyweight champion Mike Tyson makes his return against ex-four-weight world champion Roy Jones Jr in a must-see fight for the ages on BT Sport Box Office.

The exhibition match, presented by Triller, will take place in LA with YouTuber Jake Paul and former NBA star Nate Robinson, Badou Jack and Blake McKernon, Viddal Riley and Rashad Coulter on the undercard.

And if that isn’t enough, the rematch between British middleweight prospects Mark Heffron and Denzel Bentley will go down on Friday 13 November.

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

MotoGP: From Friday 6 November

BT Sport will be with you every step of the way as a wildly unpredictable season concludes in November.

We have three races coming up as the fastest show on two wheels hurtles towards the home straight. The European GP (Nov 8), Valencia GP (Nov 15) and Portuguese GP (Nov 22) are all coming your way in a jam-packed finale.

Spaniard Joan Mir leads the championship standings ahead of the denouement to the 2020 season, despite not winning a single race. He leads Frenchman Fabio Quartararo by 14 points who is five clear of Maverick Vinales in third.

Italian rider Franco Morbidelli won the last GP in Teruel after a superbly controlled ride in the Spanish region of Aragon.

As usual, we will have full and unabridged coverage of all the build-up to the big race, including the Free Practice sessions, Qualifying and Warm-Ups.

Full details of how to watch every second of every session on BT Sport.

Premiership Rugby: From Friday 20 November

Premiership Rugby returns on Friday 20 November after a brief hiatus, with the opening match of the season coming from The Stoop where Harlequins will play host to defending champions Exeter Chiefs.

Exeter will be brimming with confidence after a sublime end to last season saw them win the Premiership and the Champions Cup.

Rob Baxter’s side completed a superb double thanks to back-to-back wins over French side Racing 92 and Wasps at Twickenham in October.

After a remarkable 2019/20 season which saw Saracens relegated and the fight for the play-offs go down to the final day, the upcoming season promises to be captivating.

Your undisputed home of club rugby will once again be with you every step of the way, with full details of BT Sport’s televised matches for November to be released soon.

UFC: From Saturday 7 November

One of the most exciting years in UFC history continues with UFC 255 on Saturday 21 November.

Two titles will be on the line in Las Vegas, as Deiveson Figueiredo will attempt to defend his flyweight gold against Alex Perez, and Valentina Shevchenko takes on Jennifer Maia.

Light heavyweight contenders Thiago Santos and Glover Teixeira are also preparing to go head-to-head on Saturday 7 November.

The fight has already been postponed twice and both will be hoping third time is a charm with days to go before their eagerly-anticipated bout. The winner is likely to be No. 1 contender for Jan Blachowicz’s title after the Pole knocked out Dominick Reyes at UFC 253.

After the UFC’s Fight Island adventure came to an end (for now), the big fight nights show no sign of relenting in November – only on BT Sport.

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