The latest round of live Danske Bank Premiership fixtures on BBC Sport NI includes the traditional Boxing Day derby between Glentoran and Linfield.
The game will be shown live on BBC Two NI and is one of a dozen matches being broadcast by BBC Sport NI between now and the end of December.
The festive fixture at the BetMcLean Oval will kick off at 2pm on 26 December with coverage starting at 1.45pm.
Before they meet at Christmas, the reverse fixture between Glentoran and Linfield starts the run of live BBC TV games with Mick McDermott’s high-flying Glens travelling across Belfast to take on David Healy’s Linfield at Windsor Park on Friday 14 October.
The Friday night TV football continues on BBC Two NI with Larne hosting Crusaders on 4 November before Glentoran travel to Coleraine on 11 November.
The Coleraine Showgrounds is again the venue for a Friday night TV game when the Bannsiders host the Crues at Ballycastle Road on Friday 9 December.
Seven Danske Bank Premiership matches will be also streamed on BBC iPlayer and the BBC Sport NI website before the end of the year.
The North Belfast derby at Solitude kicks off the autumn streaming tonight (7 October). Ballymena United’s trip to Dungannon Swifts is next up on 21 October before the Sky Blues’ trip to Mourneview Park on 28 October.
David Jeffrey’s side host Linfield on 18 November while the Blues travel to Seaview to play Stephen Baxter’s Crusaders on 25 November.
Glenavon take on Larne on 2 December before the final streamed game of 2022 – Carrick Rangers v Glentoran at the Loughview Leisure Arena on Friday 16 December.
Live Danske Bank Premiership matches until the end of 2022