Premier League, Champions League, the Masters, Grand National and much more… why April promises to be heaven for sport fans


Sport fans will be treated by a packed calendar in April with key matches in the Premier League and Europe, along with major events including the Masters and the Grand National.

A bumper scheduled launches with a midweek round of Premier League action including Man City hosting Aston Villa in a key match in the title race.

Man United will be out to dent Liverpool’s title bid on April 7 after dumping Jurgen Klopp’s side out of the FA Cup, with the clash calling falling on the same day as the Old Firm derby between Rangers and Celtic.

WrestleMania 40 will also take place in Philadelphia on April 6 and 7.

Manchester United and Liverpool will meet in one of the big Premier League matches in April

Manchester United and Liverpool will meet in one of the big Premier League matches in April

Man City's defence of their Champions League crown will be put to the test by Real Madrid

Man City’s defence of their Champions League crown will be put to the test by Real Madrid 

Champions League action returns next midweek, with Arsenal hosting Bayern Munich and defending champions Manchester City travelling to Real Madrid on April 9.

Fans will be spoiled for choice for viewing in midweek as the Masters begins at Augusta on April 11, with Jon Rahm bidding to win the green jacket for a second straight year.

The Grand National at Aintree and UFC 300 will take place on April 13, with the first golf major of the year concluding the following day.

The action takes place amid another packed weekend of Premier League matches, as Liverpool, Arsenal and Man City pursue the title.

Second legs of the Champions League quarter-finals will take place on April 16 and 17 with Man City and Arsenal aiming to book a place in the last four.

Liverpool, West Ham and Aston Villa will also seek to progress in the Europa League and Conference League.

Wembley will be the focus on April 20 when Man City and Chelsea clash in the FA Cup semi-finals, before Championship side Coventry seek to upset Man United the following day.

The second Clasico of the La Liga season will be held on the same day as Real Madrid host Barcelona.

The same weekend also sees action begins at the Crucible in Sheffield where Luca Brecel will aim to defend his World Snooker Championship crown.

Jon Rahm will bid to win the Masters for a second successive year at Augusta National

Jon Rahm will bid to win the Masters for a second successive year at Augusta National

All eyes will be on Aintree Racecourse when the Grand National takes place on April 15

All eyes will be on Aintree Racecourse when the Grand National takes place on April 15 

Luca Brecel will begin the defence of his World Snooker Championship title at the Crucible

Luca Brecel will begin the defence of his World Snooker Championship title at the Crucible

A week of major derbies starts at the San Siro when AC Milan host runaway Serie A leaders Inter on April 22.

Klopp’s final Merseyside derby falls on April 24 as Liverpool travel to Goodison Park to face Everton, before Tottenham bid to derail Arsenal’s title challenge at home on April 28.

The penultimate round of Championship fixtures and the conclusion of League One and Two will take place the same weekend with promotion, relegation and play-off places to be decided.

Champions League action completes a packed month with the first leg of the semi-finals starting on April 30.

April will also include two Formula One Grand Prix races in Japan and China, while Premier League Darts has four different stops. 



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