Lewis Marshall meets the England football team
Your countdown to the 2013 awards ceremony
Ahead of the draw, Sky Sports looks at all of the 32 teams who have qualified for the 2014 World Cup.
Ian Botham and Mike Atherton on Ben Stokes, Shane Watson and Alastair Cook's captaincy.
Relive ten memorable incidents from the season just gone and vote for your favourite in our poll.
Ahead of the ceremony, we profile the contenders and focus on athlete Christine Ohuruogu.
Martin Brundle explains the dilemmas organisers face in putting together the F1 calendar.
The first-ever all-English final of the UEFA Champions League is almost upon us - and you can follow European football's showpiece with Sky Sports and skysports.com.
Catch the game on your PC, TV or mobile phone as the race to be crowned champions of Europe reaches its dramatic conclusion.
Skysports.com will provide live commentary on the game, as well as news from both camps, features, previews, match reports and pictures.
Read the views of Sky Sports' experts including Andy Gray and Matt Le Tissier while the Soccer Saturday punditsgive their predictions.
You can also get involved by giving your verdict on individual performances in our popular player ratings feature and joining in the debates of the day on our fans' forums.
As ever, our interactive television coverage will lead the way in Champions League coverage with the final screened on Sky Sports 1 and HD 1 from 6pm on Wednesday.
The match will also be available through your PC for just £2.00 to Sky Sports subscribers or £5.00 to non-subscribers. The game is free to Sky Sports dual subscribers with multi-room. Click here for more.
And if you happen to find yourself out and about on Wednesday, fear not - you can watch every Champions League goal in-game from our 24-7 Football service on your mobile phone.
So, if you're a fan, Sky Sports is the place to watch the greatest club competition in the world - wherever you are!
England will learn their World Cup fate on Friday - and Sky Sports will bring you live coverage of the draw, both on television and online.
Nick Miller concludes that Everton are better since David Moyes left, and United are worse since he arrived.
Find out who made Sky Sports' latest Premier League XI following the midweek games.
Read the thoughts and opinions of Jamie Carragher with skysports.com
Celtic and Arsenal have to play a Champions League blinder in the transfer window, says Jeff Stelling.
Sky Sports runs down the most memorable moments from football in this calendar year.
Alan Smith fears for Arsenal after they drew a strong Bayern Munich side in the Champions League.
Man United could struggle to contend with Real Madrid's attacking verve, says Sky Sports' Ray Wilkins.
All three British clubs have drifted in Sky Bet's Champions League betting after Thursday's final-16 draw.