Some of the best goals from the 2009/10 Football League season
The new football season starts on Friday, and you will be able to see every goal from the Premier League, Scottish Premier League and Football League on the BBC.
The BBC Sport website will offer match highlights from the SPL and Football League for a second year running, while Sunday's Premier League highlights show Match of the Day 2 makes its debut on iPlayer.
From every Wednesday following the Sunday broadcast, we are able to show MOTD2, complete with highlights from Sunday's matches and all the goals from Saturday's games at
The Premier League gets under way on Saturday 14 August, with Match of the Day returning, showcasing the pick of the action from every one of the day's matches. Presenter Gary Lineker is back alongside regular pundits Alan Hansen, Mark Lawrenson, Alan Shearer and Lee Dixon to analyse all the games.
in the presenting chair this season, with Dixon and a range of footballing personalities having their final say on the weekend's action.
The Football League kicks off the new campaign, with last year's League One champions Norwich taking on Watford at Carrow Road on Friday and the rest of the Championship and League One and League Two starting on Saturday and Sunday.
Dan Walker and Football Focus are getting out and about again this season too, with 12 shows to be presented live from Premier League or Football League clubs, starting at Elland Road on Saturday.
There will also be special online editions of Football Focus on Tuesday (Focus Forum), Friday (Friday Focus) and an edited version of Saturday's show later in the day.
Final Score,soon to be the UK's only free-to-air results show,
continues to bring viewers all the goals and football news as it happens every Saturday afternoon on BBC One, starting with the Football League programme on Saturday on BBC One at 1630 BST. Final Score is also available via the Red Button and the BBC Sport website from 1430 BST every Saturday.
Gabby Logan returns as host, with regular guests including Garth Crooks, Mark Bright, Martin Keown and Matt Holland.
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