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The live sport events to stream in March – from Champions League football to the F1 Bahrain Grand Prix
How to watch all the best live sport – From the return of the Champions League on BT Sport to Formula 1 and PGA Golf with NOW Sports, find out everything available on BT TV.
From Champions League football on BT Sport, the conclusion of the Six Nations on BBC and ITV, to the start of the F1 season and more PGA Golf on NOW Sports, there is something for every sports fan to enjoy this month.
And it's all available with a BT TV package:
- NOW Sports Membership, including 11 Sky Sports channels
- Amazon Prime Video
- Discovery +
- BT Sport
That means more great sport than ever before at the push of a button.
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Check out the sport highlights on TV in March…
Premier League and Champions League fixtures on BT Sport in March
- Manchester City v Newcastle United – 4 March
- AFC Bournemouth v Liverpool – 11 March
Champions League - Round of 16
- Benfica v Club Bruges – 7 March
- Chelsea v Borussia Dortmund – 7 March
- Bayern Munich v Paris Saint Germain – 8 March
- Tottenham Hotspur v AC Milan – 8 March
- FC Porto v Inter Milan – 14 March
- Manchester City v RB Leipzig – 14 March
- Napoli v Eintracht Frankfurt – 15 March
- Real Madrid v Liverpool – 15 March
Choose a Big Sport or VIP package with BT TV and you'll get access to all 11 of the Sky Sports channels available with a NOW Sport Membership.
That means you can watch all the live action on Sky Sports Main Event, Sky Sports Football, Sky Sports F1, Sky Sports News and many more. You'll be able to catch up on the sport you missed with on-demand sports too. March highlights include:
Premier League football
The Premier League season is heating up at both ends of the table with Manchester City and Arsenal duking it out at the top and lots of teams nervously looking over their shoulder in the bottom half of the table.
Sky Sports Main Event and Sky Sports Premier League have loads of great action in Match with important clashes in the race for the title and the relegation battle.
March Sky Sports Premier League TV Fixtures
- Southampton v Leicester City – 4 March
- Nottingham Forest v Everton – 5 March
- Liverpool v Manchester United – 5 March
- Brentford v Fulham – 6 March
- Crystal Palace v Manchester City – 11 March
- Fulham v Arsenal – 12 March
- Newcastle United v Wolves – 17 March
- Chelsea v Everton – 18 March
Watch live on Sky Sports with NOW.
F1: Bahrain Grand Prix
The first of 23 races in the 2023 Formula 1 season comes from the Bahrain International Circuit - and there are plenty of questions to be answered.
Can Red Bull’s Max Verstappen maintain his dominance and claim a third consecutive drivers’ title? Will Mercedes bounce back from their 2022 underperformance and provide Lewis Hamilton with a car that can win him a record eighth title?
Can fellow Brits George Russell and Lando Norris put themselves in championship contention? Will Ferrari improve under new team principal Frederic Vasseur?
And what will we see from rookie drivers Logan Sargeant, Oscar Piastri and Nyck de Vries? Follow every practice session, qualifying and race live.
Watch live on Sky Sports Formula 1 with NOW on 5 March.
PGA Tour Golf - The Players Championship
One of the highlights of the golfing calendar takes place at TPC Sawgrass.
Rory McIlroy will be looking to win the event for a second time, having claimed a narrow victory in 2019, while Scottie Scheffler and Jon Rahm will be among the other favourites.
Watch live Sky Sports Golf on 9-12 March.
Discovery + and Eurosport
You can now get access to Discovery+ for the duration of your BT Sport subscription.
Find out how to sign up and learn more about what’s on
Sporting highlights this month include the start of the British Superbikes Season from 11 March, the UCI Mountain Bike World Cup from 25 March and the Paris-Nice cycling race - dubbed the Race to the Sun - from 5-12 March.
BBC, iPlayer and ITV, ITVX
Athletics: European Indoor Championships
Gabby Logan introduces live coverage from Istanbul on day three of the European Athletics Indoor Championships.
The headline event is the men’s 60m final and there is strong British interest in the women’s 1,500, and 3,000m.
Olympic gold medallists Jessica Ennis-Hill and Denise Lewis provide expert analysis.
Watch on BBC and BBC iPlayer on 3-5 March.
Guinness Six Nations Championship
The Six Nations reaches a dramatic conclusion in March with Ireland in pole position after winning their first three fixtures.
Scotland and Ireland face off in Murrayfield on Sunday 12 March on BBC One in what could be the title-deciding fixture.
The final round of games take place on 18 March with Scotland taking on Italy, France playing Wales and England visiting Ireland.
Watch Six Nations Championship in February on BBC, iPlayer, ITV and ITVX.
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