BY Seth Dunford
Best Of February Sport
February is a pretty crazy month of entertainment for all you sports fiends out there. With a number of our favourite tournaments back in action, as well as one of the greatest events in the sporting calendar, it's not the time to be confused about exactly what's on, and how you can watch it. Thankfully, that's where this page comes in. Scroll below to find the best of February sport and even select a pub to watch it all in.
One of the greatest spectacles on the planet when it comes to sport, the Super Bowl seems to transcend even that. Potentially more of a show than a live sporting event, no matter your interest in NLF you're sure to be entertained. This year MVP Patrick Mahomes is back for the third time in four years as his Kansas City Chiefs take on the Philadelphia Eagles in what is sure to be a nail-biting affair.
With it being a World Cup year, the Guinness Six Nations takes on even more importance. With the top two ranked teams in Rugby, Ireland and France, getting to test their mettle against each other it's looking to be a titanic battle for that top spot. Who will spring a surprise this time around though and will England be able to make inroads with a brand-new head coach? We're excited to find out.
The Calcutta Cup, one of the biggest rivalries of the whole tournament. Can England reclaim it after last year's disappointment?
The two favourites go head-to-head in what will likely be the deciding match of the Six Nations and a huge morale boost before this year's World Cup.
With Warren Gatland back in charge at Wales, they are looking for another win against the English. Can Borthwicks' men triumph at the Principality?
Europe's premier footballing tournament returns for the round of 16 and our first glimpse at what sides likely have the ability to lift the vaunted trophy later this year. There are some gigantic ties to look forward to, with some of the best players ever to put on a pair of shinpads, lacing up their boots again.
A terrifying front 3 has pushed PSG near the top of the punter's pre-tournament favourites. However, the stalwarts of German football, Bayern Munich, have near unparalleled Champions league pedigree - this isn't one to miss.
Two teams that have struggled since the league resumed after Christmas, both are looking to the Champions League to reignite their seasons. Can new Spurs top-goalscorer Kane fire the lily whites to glory?
Chelsea are a fascinating watch at the moment. After breaking all the financial records off the pitch, there's huge pressure for new manager Graham Potter to mirror that on the turf. In their way stand Borussia Dortmund - not quite the team they once where, is this a big chance for Chelsea to play their way back to their best?
You won't find two clubs more steeped in Champions League history as these two. Having played out some epic fixtures over the last few years, what will the footie script writers have in store for them this time?
No matter how many times they win their domestic trophies, the Champions League is what Man City are really after. After coming close so many times can the remarkable form of Erling Haaland steer them to the trophy?
It might not be the Champions League, but there are some matchups tasty enough to make Thursday evenings all about football again. This year's Europa League looks like it's going to be the most competitive in years.
Two of the biggest clubs in world football have somehow found themselves in Europe's second-tier competition. However, this means we're being served up an absolutely delicious tie that normally would be reserved for a single-match final. Both seem to be hitting form at the right time, and with Rashford arguably the globe's best player at the moment - this is going to be an absolute cracker.