What football is on now the Premier League is over? Nations League, Women’s World Cup, Champions League and much more

Diary dates

Don’t fret, there’s an action packed summer ahead!

The Premier League season may well be done and dusted for another season but fear not, the football’s not over yet.

It’s been a thrilling campaign of ups and downs both at home and abroad for the English clubs with fans enjoying a host of memorable nights.

Gareth Southgate’s England will be going for glory in the Nations League this summer

It promises to be another long, hot summer but while Gareth Southgate’s Three Lions won’t be going for World Cup glory this time around, there’s still plenty to savour.

And talkSPORT will bring you all the best of football action over the coming months.

MAY 18: FA Cup final – live on talkSPORT

Manchester City bid to achieve a domestic treble against Watford, who are going for their first major trophy.

MAY 25 to 27: EFL play-off final – live on talkSPORT  

The Championship, League One and League Two hopefuls will be at Wembley for the last promotion places.

MAY 29: Europa League final

London rivals Arsenal and Chelsea will go head-to-head in Baku for European glory.

JUNE 1: Champions League final

Tottenham and Liverpool head to Madrid to fight to be the kings of Europe.

Liverpool face Tottenham in the Champions League final

Liverpool face Tottenham in the Champions League final

JUNE 6 to 9: Nations League – live on talkSPORT

England are two ties from their first major trophy since 1966.

Nations League semi-final, June 6 – Portugal vs Switzerland, Porto

Nations League semi-final, June 7 – Netherlands vs England, Guimaraes

Nations League third place play-off, June 9 – TBC, Guimaraes

Nations League final, June 9 – TBC, Porto

JUNE 7 to 11: Euro 2020 qualifying

The group stage matches to reach next summer’s tournament continue.

Matchday 3, June 7 to 8 – Republic of Ireland, Northern Ireland, Wales, Scotland in action

Matchday 4, June 10 to 11 – Republic of Ireland, Northern Ireland, Wales, Scotland in action

JUNE 7 to JULY 7: Women’s World Cup – live on talkSPORT

Can Steph Houghton lead England to glory in France?

The Lionesses take on Scotland, Argentina and Japan in the group stage and will be looking to reach the final at the Parc Olympique Lyonnais.

Steph Houghton’s England will be at the Women’s World Cup

Steph Houghton’s England will be at the Women’s World Cup

JUNE 14 to July 7: Copa America

Chile are the two-time defending champions while Brazil will be the hosts as South America’s best look to claim the CONMEBOL trophy.

JUNE 16 to 30: European Under-21 Championship – live on talkSPORT

Hopes are high for England’s youngsters in Italy.

The Young Lions take on France, Romania and Croatia in the group stage and will hope to make the final at the Stadio Friuli.

JUNE 21 to JULY 19: Africa Cup of Nations

Hosts Egypt will be going for glory as Cameroon look to defend their title.

AUGUST 10: Premier League returns – live on talkSPORT

Manchester City, Liverpool and the rest begin their new campaigns.

AUGUST 14: UEFA Super Cup

The winners of the Champions League and Europa League will face off in Istanbul.

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