Find out who's on Soccer AM, Goals on Sunday and Sunday Supplement, plus the latest on our live football coverage.
Live football on Sky Sports Football
Sky Sports Football, Friday from 4.30pm
There's a home nations double header on Friday, as Wales travel to Georgia for a 5pm kick-off before the Republic of Ireland host Moldova at 7.45pm. The seven remaining World Cup Qualifiers will also be live on the Sky Sports Football red button.
Sky Sports Football, Saturday from 12.15pm
Saturday's plethora of football action begins with Barnet v Coventry in Sky Bet League Two from 12.15pm, and is followed by the World Cup Qualifiers. Sweden v Luxembourg begins on Sky Sports Football at 4.55pm with Bulgaria v France from 7.40pm. The remaining qualifiers will be live on the Sky Sports Football red button.
Sky Sports Football, Sunday from 2.15pm
It's a similar story on Sunday with Sky Bet League One action from 2.15pm as Gillingham host Portsmouth. It is followed by two home nations who are vying for a shot at World Cup qualification as Slovenia host Scotland from 4.30pm before Northern Ireland travel to Norway at 7.15pm.
The remaining World Cup Qualifiers will be on the Sky Sports Football red button with highlights from Lithuania v England shown at 10pm on Sky Sports Football.
Our football shows
Sky Sports Premier League, Sky Sports Football, Sky Sports Main Event and Sky Sports Mix, Saturday 10am
Former Chelsea and Man City defender Wayne Bridge joins Fenners, Jimmy Bullard and Lloyd Griffth on Saturday morning, with Krept and Konan performing live in the studio.
Along with all the regular fun features, Tubes will also be meeting Dominic Calvert-Lewin for his Teammates 2.0 and in celebration of Non-League Day, Salford City will take part in You Know The Drill while Billericay Town are the Fans of the Week.
Sky Sports Premier League and Sky Sports News, Saturday 2pm
Jeff Stelling and co return with Soccer Saturday as they reflect on the big talking points from the week and look ahead to the upcoming 3pm action with Bristol City manager Lee Johnson, who won Sky Bet Championship Manager of the Month for September, joining the panel this weekend.
He will be chatting about the Robins before joining regulars Iain Dowie, Matt Murray and Neil Mellor in bringing you all the action from across Sky Bet League One and League Two alongside our reporters around the grounds.
Sky Sports Premier League & Sky Sports Football, Sunday 9am
Oliver Holt (Chief Sports Writer, Mail on Sunday), Simon Mullock (Chief Football Writer, Sunday Mirror), Jack Pitt-Brooke (Football Writer, Independent) join Geoff Shreeves - who replaces Neil Ashton this week - for a Sunday morning football chat.
They will review the major headlines in the national newspapers, look back at the big talking points from the World Cup Qualifiers so far and preview the rest of the weekend's action.
There is no Goals on Sunday this weekend. It will return on Sunday 15 October.