Best live sport events, films and TV series to stream in MayApr 25 | 4 min read
May is a bumper month for all sports fans.
We have the Champions League semi-finals live on BT Sport, the finale of the Premier League season and latest Formula 1 is on Sky Sports with NOW, and the French Open and Giro D'Italia are live on Eurosport.
And it's all available with a BT TV package:
- NOW Sports Membership, including 11 Sky Sports channels
- Discovery +
- BT Sport
That means more great sport than ever before at the push of a button.
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What's on BT Sport in May?
Champions League Semi-Finals - First Leg
- Real Madrid v Manchester City – 9 May
- AC Milan v Inter Milan - 10 May
Champions League Semi-Finals - Second Leg
- Inter Milan v AC Milan – 16 May
- Manchester City v Real Madrid - 17 May
Premier League May fixtures on BT Sport
It's crunch time at the end of the Premier League season and BT Sport has four final matches that could determine who avoids relegation and who makes the coveted Top 4 and secures Champions League football next season.
- West Ham United v Manchester United – 7 May
- Brighton v Everton – 8 May
- Leeds United v Newcastle – 13 May
- Tottenham v Brentford – 20 May
Rugby: Heineken Champions Cup
BT Sport is your home of the Heineken Champions Cup and this year's final takes place at the Aviva Stadium in Dublin.
The four teams in the semi-finals hoping to lift the trophy are Leinster Rugby, Toulouse, La Rochelle, Exeter Chiefs.
Watch the Heineken Champions Cup on Saturday, 20 May on BT Sport.
What's on NOW Sport in May?
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.
Premier League April fixtures on NOW
- Leicester City v Everton – 1 May
- Arsenal v Chelsea – 2 May
- Manchester City v West Ham United – 3 May
- Brighton v Manchester United – 4 May
- Manchester City v Leeds United – 6 May
- Liverpool v Brentford – 7 May
- Newcastle United v Arsenal – 7 May
- Nottingham Forest v Southampton – 8 May
- Everton v Manchester City – 14 May
- Arsenal v Brighton – 14 May
- Leicester City v Liverpool – 15 May
- Newcastle United v Brighton – 18 May
- Nottingham Forest v Arsenal – 20 May
- West Ham United v Leeds United – 21 May
- Manchester City v Chelsea – 21 May
- Newcastle United v Leicester City – 22 May
- Brighton v Manchester City – 24 May
- Manchester United v Chelsea – 25 May
Watch on Sport Sports Premier League with NOW Sports Membership.
Formula 1 in May
The new F1 season will be at full speed in May and there are three prestigious races on the schedule this month. First comes the sunshine of Miami, next it’s the passion of the Emilia Romagna Grand Prix in Italy and finally the most celebrated race of all, Monaco.
Miami Grand Prix - 7 May
Emilia Romagna Grand Prix - 21 May
Monaco Grand Prix - 28 May
Watch live on Sky Sports Formula 1 with NOW.
What's on Discovery + and Eurosport in May?
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
Roland Garros French Open Tennis
A triumph at this year’s tournament would see men’s defending champion Rafael Nadal take his majors tally to twenty-three. However, Carlos Alcaraz, last year’s finalist Casper Ruud and twenty-two-time major winner Novak Djokovic will all be hoping to challenge him for the crown.
On the women’s side, Iga Swiatek is expected to be the strong favourite following her victory in last year’s tournament. However, American pair Jessica Pegula and Coco Gauff will look to rival the Pole following a strong showing in 2022.
Watch the French Open on Eurosport and Discovery + from 28 May to 11 June.
Orla Chennaoui will present live and exclusive coverage of the Giro d’Italia, as the world’s best road cyclists converge on the Italian peninsula for the first of cycling’s three Grand Tours.
Britain’s Geraint Thomas is expected to be in contention alongside the likes of triple Vuelta a Espana winner Primoz Roglic and last year’s Vuelta winner, Belgian Remco Evenepoel.
Other contenders could include Britain’s 2020 Giro winner Tao Geoghegan Hart and last year’s champion, Jai Hindley from Australia.
Watch the Giro D'Italia on Eurosport and Discovery + from 6-28 May.
What's on BBC and ITV in May?
Women's FA Cup Final - Chelsea v Manchester United
The FA Cup final promises to be an epic battle between the Blues and Red Devils, who are also currently tussling at the top of the WSL.
Chelsea are ariming for a league-and-FA Cup double for the third year in a row, while Marc Skinner's Red Devils are hoping to topple the champions.
Will Emma Hayes's Chelsea remain dominant or will there be a new name on the trophy?
Watch the Women's FA Cup Final on BBC One and iPlayer on Sunday, 14 May.
What's on Netflix in April?
As UFC champion Conor McGregor embarks on the most important point of his career, McGregor Forever charts his epic journey back to the top of the UFC ladder.
This documentary series is an all-access look at this controversial superstar, along with the deeper history of what brought him to this point.
Watch McGregor Forever from 17 May on Netflix.
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