Match of the Day

7:05pm Saturday 23 June on BBC ONE

Saturday Quarter Final 3 at 7.05pm-10.00pm, MOTD Sunday Quarter Final 4 at 7.00pm-10.00pm

Following the conclusion of the group stages, Gary Lineker will present live coverage of a Euro 2012 quarter final on either Saturday 23 June or Sunday 24 June.

Depending on who qualifies and the split with ITV, the BBC will show either the match between the winners of Group C as they meet the Group D runners-up in the Ukrainian city of Donetsk, or the game between the winners of Group D and the runners-up of Group C in the Ukrainian city of Kiev.

10:25pm Sunday 13 May on BBC ONE

Gary Lineker introduces highlights of today’s final round of Premier League matches, as the top-flight domestic season reaches its conclusion.

Manchester United visited Sunderland while Manchester City hosted QPR, now managed by former City boss Mark Hughes. Chelsea met Blackburn while Everton and Newcastle did battle at Goodison Park.

Swansea were looking to cap a successful first season in the Premier League with a win over Liverpool. Norwich, who have also performed well since their promotion from the Championship, played host to Aston Villa.

There was a London derby between Tottenham and Fulham, while Arsenal travelled to West Brom. The day’s other games saw Stoke face Bolton and Wolves visit Wigan.

3:30pm Sunday 26 February on BBC ONE

Gary Lineker presents live coverage of the match between Championship club Cardiff City and Premier League side Liverpool.

For Liverpool, reaching Wembley for the first time since 1996 represents a real boost to the morale of a club who are still fighting to return to the pinnacle of English football, having largely dominated in the 70s and 80s.

Kenny Dalglish was the inspiration on the field then, and now in his second spell as boss at his beloved Anfield he is determined to once more prove his effectiveness off it.

Standing in Liverpool’s way is an ambitious Championship club which will be making its third trip to Wembley in five years. Since joining from Watford Malky Mackay has continued the fine work of previous manager Dave Jones, but ultimately the Bluebirds would trade endless Wembley trips – and possibly even a lifting a cup – to reach the promised land of the Premier League.

Gary is joined in the studio by Alan Shearer and Alan Hansen, with Guy Mowbray and Mark Lawrenson providing match commentary.

10:15pm Saturday 13 August on BBC ONE

Gary Lineker presents highlights of today’s seven Premier League games as the new season gets under way (Match Of The Day 2 also returns on Sunday, presented by Colin Murray)

12:45pm Sunday 7 August on BBC ONE

West Ham face Cardiff as they kick off a new season as a Championship side in live football from Upton Park (Football Focus and Final Score return on Saturday)

3.00pm Sunday 27 February on BBC ONE

Arsenal face Birmingham City at Wembley in the League Cup Final, with live coverage introduced by Gary Lineker and commentary provided by Guy Mowbray and Mark Lawrenson

1.00pm Sunday 6 February on BBC ONE

Live coverage of the Championship derby game between Swansea City and Cardiff City comes from the Liberty Stadium

7:30pm Friday 10 December on BBC TWO

Gabby Logan presents live coverage from Loftus Road of the Championship clash between two promotion hopefuls

1.00pm Sunday 28 November on BBC ONE

Promotion hopefuls Norwich and Ipswich meet in the East Anglian derby, with live coverage on BBC One

5:00pm Saturday 23 October on BBC TWO

Colin Murray introduces live coverage of this Yorkshire derby in the Championship, with Steve Bower and Martin Keown providing the commentary

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