Sky Sports has a feast of outstanding events throughout September including the Ryder Cup, World T20 cricket, the return of the UEFA Champions League and even more F1. Here's what we have in store
Last Updated: September 12, 2012 4:58pm
There are plenty of outstanding events on Sky Sports in September - a real feast for any sports fan.
The centrepiece comes at the end of the month when Europe's golfers defend the Ryder Cup against the United States at Medinah, Illinois.
Jose-Maria Olazabal's team are looking to win the trophy for the seventh time in the last nine meetings and Sky Sports will have the most complete coverage around. You can watch the drama unfold in HD, stunning 3D, on Sky Go, through our special companion app online and iPad, plus you can keep right up with events on Sky Sports News, skysports.com and our mobile applications.
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We have every platform covered for the golf event of the year.
England's cricketers launch the defence of their World T20 crown in Sri Lanka - can Stuart Broad's men win back-to-back titles? Can Ireland repeat the heroics of the 2011 50-over World Cup, when they beat England? Find out with our match-by-match coverage across all of our platforms.
UEFA CHAMPIONS LEAGUE
Football comes alive on Sky Sports in September with the return of the UEFA Champions League as defending champions Chelsea are joined in the group stages by Manchester City, Manchester United, Arsenal and Celtic. You can follow all the action in more ways than ever - through Sky Sports HD, Sky Sports Events Centre on skysports.com and SkyGo.
There is also a whole host of fantastic matches from the Barclays Premier League for Sky subscribers - including a huge Super Sunday on September 23 as Liverpool play host to Manchester United and champions Manchester City host Arsenal.
The Formula One season is building to a climax and there's more thrilling F1 action from Italy and Singapore with viewers able to choose from several interactive feeds through our Sky Race Control application on the red button and skysports.com, including split screen, on-board cameras and driver's tracker guide. You can also follow all the action through our interactive commentary.
Watch Andy Murray's attempts to win a first Grand Slam title when he tackle Novak Djokovic in the final at Flushing Meadows.
Murray has already won Olympic gold, having lost in the final of Wimbledon, but the Scot has been in superb form at the US Open.
There are plenty of reasons why Sky Sports will be at the heart of the action throughout September and the rest of 2012