Sports fans will be spoilt for choice this weekend (9th - 10th July) with major competitions coming to an end, what will you be watching?
If you’re not watching any sport this weekend, are you planning on living under a rock? This weekend is probably the most sports-packed two days of the year, including the best of tennis, UFC, Formula 1 and football.
What’s on? When is it on? Which channel?
To help you plan your sport watching accordingly, we thought we would compile a little timetable for you, to make sure you don’t miss out on anything.
Live on BBC1 from 1pm
The action starts on Saturday with the ladies’ Wimbledon final. This year Serena Williams and Angelique Kerber go head to head for the title. Williams might be a six-time champion but when she last faced Kerber in January in the Australian Open final, she was defeated, and the German grabbed her first Grand Slam title.
From 11.30pm on BT Sport
Main event won’t start until 3am.
For UFC (that’s Ultimate Fighting Championship) fans, it was looking to be a very entertaining watch as Daniel Cormier was to take on Jon Jones, but unfortunately he failed his drug test, so in his place, Anderson Silva will fight, with just two days’ notice.
Live on Channel 4 from 11:55am
Sky Sports 1 and Sky Sports F1 from 12noon
For all motor heads, this will be the highlight of the weekend. If you’re lucky enough to get a ticket prepare yourself for an action packed day at Silverstone, with the gates opening at 6am guests will have a schedule of events taking them through to 7pm, and that’s including a concert. Watching 52 laps of pure adrenaline, who out of the Mercedes team will take first place? Well, if the first practice session is anything to by, Hamilton finished quickest with Rosberg following shortly after.
Live on BBC1 from 1pm
Again, the finalists have yet to be decided but we’re hoping it’s a Murray final. With Djokovic now out of the running, does he have a chance? Or, will Roger Federer claim the title for the eighth time? While you ponder that one, here he is on his way to training, with Jimmy Carr, in the all-new F-PACE. He laughs a lot, surprisingly.
BBC1 and ITV 1 from 7pm
And now for the grand finale - it's France Vs Portugal. After beating World Champions Germany last night in the Semi-Finals, France might be en route to winning the Euros 2016 but Portugal might surprise us all with their star player Cristiano Ronaldo. Who do you think will win?