Lockdown restrictions are being eased across the United Kingdom but this week is not the time to be leaving your living room sofa.

That's because BT Sport is serving up a veritable feast of football action with no fewer than six live games to enjoy from across Europe.

The return of the Premier League is in full swing and our coverage continues with a midweek clash between Arsenal and Norwich City before Saturday brings a double bill of top-flight football to kick start your weekend.

Wednesday night sees Mikel Arteta's out-of-form Gunners play host to rock-bottom in a must-win match for both sides, with coverage beginning from 5.30pm on BT Sport 1 and BT Sport Ultimate.

Sunday saw Arsenal reach the last four of the FA Cup with a dramatic late win over Sheffield United, but their form in the league since competition resumed has left fans with little to shout about.

Arteta's charges sit in tenth place, six points adrift of Manchester United in sixth, and know victory over Daniel Farke's doomed Canaries is a must if the north Londoners are to qualify for Europe next season.

Norwich are again in action in front of the BT Sport cameras three days later in the first of our Saturday double header.

The midday clash is a genuine relegation six-pointer as Norwich City host Brighton and Hove Albion with both sides desperate for points in their quest to avoid the drop. 

It's a must-win game for the Canaries who sit rock bottom, six points adrift of safety with time running out fast. 

Daniel Farke's side have not tasted a league victory for over four months and will be hurting from their heartbreaking extra-time FA Cup exit at the hands of Manchester United last Saturday. 

The East Anglians will have to quickly put that disappointment behind them with Brighton eager to put safe distance between them and the drop zone. 

Our coverage on BT Sport 1 and BT Sport Ultimate starts from midday on Saturday 5 July, with kick off at 12.30pm.

Our Premier League double bill concludes with a trip to Old Trafford to see if Manchester United can continue their impressive start to life after lockdown with relegation strugglers Bournemouth in town.

Ole Gunnar Solskjaer's men are unbeaten in the two games since competition resumed, including an eye-catching win over high-flying Sheffield United. 

It's another story for Eddie Howe's Cherries who have lost 10 of their last 11 away league matches, including each of their last seven in a row.

Bournemouth have failed to score a single goal since the Premier League resumed while their opponents on Saturday look to have found some attacking fluidity with Paul Pogba's new midfield partnership with Bruno Fernandes. 

Live coverage from Old Trafford follows directly after the conclusion of Norwich v Brighton at 2.30pm.

Before all the live action gets under way, tune in to our weekly build-up show Early Kick-Off from 11am to whet your appetite for BT Sport’s Premier League football.

Jake Humphrey and big name guests bring you debate, laughs and all the news ahead of the weekend’s action every Saturday we have Premier League action between 11am and midday.

The action continues on Saturday evening with a trip across the continent to Germany where all-conquering Bayern Munich look complete a league and cup double.

Just two weeks after securing an eighth successive Bundesliga title, Bayern can keep their treble hopes alive with victory over Bayer Leverkusen in the DFB-Pokal final live on BT Sport.

Holders Bayern are chasing a 20th German Cup win at the Olympiastadion in Berlin.

The German giants last achieved the treble feat back in 2013 and with the Bavarians on the cusp of a place in the last eight of the Champions League, few would be bet against Hans-Dieter Flick's side sweeping the board this season. 

Robert Lewandowski has scored a staggering 49 goals for Bayern in all competitions while former Arsenal starlet Serge Gnabry has enjoyed a breakout year netting 19 times.

Leverkusen, who finished fifth in the Bundesliga after an impressive return to action post-lockdown, boast an ace in the pack of their own in the form of Kai Havertz.

The 21-year-old has fast become one of the hottest properties in Europe and has the ability to single-handedly upset Bayern's double-winning party.

Tune into BT Sport 1 from 6.30pm to see if Leverkusen can upset the odds and deny Bayern more silverware to add to their bulging trophy cabinet.

As if that wasn't enough, we're also showing two live games from the Turkish Super Lig.

Saturday sees Antalyaspor host Basaksehir on BT Sport 2 from 7pm before Turkish giants Galatasaray welcome Trabzonspor to the Türk Telekom Stadium at the same time on Sunday on BT Sport 1.

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