With domestic football returning following this week's UEFA Champions League action, football lovers are in for an action-packed fortnight, which will see the likes of Cristiano Ronaldo, Mohamed Salah and company battle it out in Europe's biggest leagues.
Not to worry, though, because SuperSport will cover this football feast for you, and promises to continue dishing out more live football.
Let's have a look at some games that are waiting for you:
Serie A – AC Milan vs Inter Milan
Saturday 21 September
SS9 (SA) & SS8 (ROA) - Kick-off at 20:45 (CAT)
Inter Milan claimed all the bragging rights from the Derby della Madonnina last season, and completed a Serie A double over their city rivals for the first time since 2011/12. The fixture offers a chance for AC Milan to show that things are changing for the better under coach Marco Giampaolo after six consecutive seasons of finishing outside the top four.
Premier League – Chelsea vs Liverpool
Sunday 22 September
SS3 - Kick-off at 17:30 (CAT)
This will be the first "big six" Premier League clash for Chelsea since their opening day 4-0 loss to Manchester United. Liverpool's last match against a big London club ended in a 3-1 win over Arsenal and Jurgen Klopp will be keen to get the better of Frank Lampard in their first managerial battle after failing to pick up a win in his past two visits to Stamford Bridge.
La Liga – Atletico Madrid vs Real Madrid
Sunday 29 September
SS7 - Kick-off at 21:00 (CAT)
Atletico have made all the running at the start of the La Liga campaign and will be put to the test against Real Madrid, who they have finished above for two seasons running. This clash at the Wanda Metropolitano will also be the first meeting between Diego Simeone and Zinedine Zidane since the Frenchman returned to the Los Blancos helm. In his first spell in charge, Zidane enjoyed success in this fixture, with only one loss in five league derbies.
Premier League – Manchester United vs Arsenal
Monday 30 September
SS3 - Kick-off at 21:00 (CAT)
These teams have provided some of the most iconic Premier League battles in the past, and both will consider this match vital to assert themselves in the top four battle after both clubs missed out on the Champions League spots last season. In terms of the recent history, it's been evenly matched with a win apiece and a draw in their past three meetings.