• See Soccer AM live in the new year

    It’s Manchester City at the top of the table as rivals Manchester United and Chelsea are handed unlikely defeats by Norwich and West Brom. And after Spurs lost out to Arsenal in the North London derby, this season’s Premiership title is still a long way from being decided.

    The Soccer AM crew have been there for it all, bringing you the footballing greats, gossip and goals. Then there's the much loved Tubes and with hilarious features like Hairy Strikers and Away Days, we’re guaranteed to be tuned in every Saturday morning.

    We’re giving Sky TV customers the chance to join the live studio audience with two tickets to the 5 January recording so you can see exactly what goes on behind the scenes at the Sky Sports studio with the Soccer AM gang.

    You must be available to travel to Sky studios in Isleworth, Greater London on 5 January. Please note that travel and accommodation are not included in the prize.

    We’ll be giving away tickets for shows throughout the rest of the season, so remember to keep checking Sky Rewards in the new year.

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    When Helen and Max first appeared on Sky Sports 2, their goal was to liven up our Saturday mornings with their unique take on the world of football.

     

    They’re still here doing what they do best, bringing us their customary brand of sporting banter every Saturday.

     

    Joined by some of the biggest names in football and with brilliantly funny features, including Unbelievable Tekkers, Take One for the Team and The Dance-Off, it's two hours of any football fan’s weekend very well spent.

     

    Catch the Soccer AM series every Saturday at 10am on Sky Sports 2 (HD channel 402, Sky channel 409) and Sky 1 (HD channel 106, Sky channel 170).