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BT Sport is promising an "action-packed" month for football fans during February.

Key fixtures from the Premier League, the Uefa Champions League, the Uefa Europa League and Emirates FA Cup have been added to its line-up.

This includes the second-round Champions League fixtures for the three surviving English teams in the competition - Arsenal, Manchester City and Leicester City.

BT Sport subscribers can follow all Champions League matches from both legs, which include games featuring European giants Barcelona and Real Madrid.

Football fans following the Uefa Europa League will get to see Manchester United in their round of 32 fixture against St Etienne, as well as Tottenham Hotspur taking on Gent.

February's line-up also includes an FA Cup fourth round replay and action from the fifth round of the world's oldest cup competition.

Meanwhile, in the Premier League, the race for the title will certainly be hotting up. BT Sport will be showing three fixtures exclusively live, including a big game between Liverpool and Tottenham Hotspur on February 11th.

Simon Green, Head of BT Sport, commented: "February really is an action-packed month for football on BT Sport. 

"Alongside all the other top football action, we will showcase teams fighting it out for the Premier League title, escape the relegation battle before the run-in begins, or chase those European places.”

This comes shortly after BT Sport confirmed subscribers will soon have the chance to follow all of its live Premier League games in UHD with Dolby Atmos Sound.

The provider is aiming to become the first broadcaster in the UK to roll out Dolby Atmos and plans to roll it out to people with BT Sport UHD TV packages from next month.

The first game to be shown in UHD with Dolby Atmos sound will be the clash between title contenders Liverpool and Chelsea on January 31st.

BT has confirmed it aims to show every subsequent Premier League match broadcast on its sports channels in the same way, along with various FA Cup fixtures.

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