Over the next few weeks football will be the major talking point and live streaming sports fans can start keeping up with all the action as Euro 2012 gets underway on Friday, while there is also World Cup qualifiers, NRL and table tennis to enjoy.
Euro 2012 kicks off in Poland and Ukraine on Friday, June 8 with two matches taking place, including one of the host nations.
Co-hosts Poland will kick off proceedings at 1700 BST when they entertain Greece in Group A, while Russia and the Czech Republic go at it later in the group at 1945.
The co-hosts come into the tournament on a fine run of form, they are unbeaten in six matches and have surprised many with their high-octane approach.
The Poles have only qualified for the Euros once before (2008) and failed to emerge from the group phase. Their chances of progressing to the knock-out stages of this tournament will we feel rely heavily on Robert Lewandowski's fitness and form.
Greece meanwhile, built a reputation for a mean defence under Otto Rehhagel, the man who guided them to 2004 Euro success, and they remain rock solid at the back under his successor Fernando Santos, conceding just five times in qualifying.
Russia boast a rich pedigree in the European Championships having won the first edition in 1960 and finishing runners-up in 1964, 1972 and 1988, and getting knocked out in the semi-finals in 2008 by eventual winners Spain.
The Russians won seven of their 10 qualifiers, drew two and lost just one. They conceded a miserly four goals in the process and should come into Friday's encounter in confident mood.
Michal Bilek's Czech Republic side had to qualify for the Euros through the play-offs after finishing runners-up to current holders Spain in Group I.
There is more football taking place this Friday with a number of World Cup Qualifiers taking place as the race to reach Brazil in 2014 gets interesting.
The two main games of the day take place in Asia Group B with leaders Japan going up against Jordan, while Australia kick off their campaign away at Oman.
There is just one match taking place in the NRL on Friday with league leaders Melbourne Storm going up against Wests Tigers.
Melbourne Storm remain top of the pile and it is very difficult to find anyone capable of knocking them off their perch - although the Tigers will never have a better chance.
The Storm lead the way in first place and have collected 24 points from 12 matches with 11 wins and one bye and this week they will be without some real key performers.
Melbourne come into this game on the back of a hard fought 22-12 win against the New Zealand Warriors at Mt Smart Stadium with Gareth Widdop, Jaiman Lowe, Will Chambers and Cameron Smith all crossing for tries.
The Tigers, however, will be no easy feat as they have finally found some form that saw them labelled as one of the pre-season favourites.
Tim Sheens’ men are currently in fourth place with 16 points and will be looking to move away from a cluster of teams with their eighth win of the campaign.
The Tigers come into this clash full of confidence thanks to a 40-0 drubbing of Canberra Raiders with six different players getting on the score sheet with Matt Utai, Curtis Sironen and Robbie Farah amongst them.
Other live streaming action comes from table tennis with the ITTF World Tour Swedish Open and ITTF World Tour Japan Open continuing with a number of high profile matches in prospect.
There is also some live volleyball action from the FIVB World Grand Prix, the FIVB Beach Volleyball Moscow Grand Slam, FIVB Olympic Qualifiers and the CEV Men and Women’s European League.
To make sure you do not miss a second of the action check out the full live streaming schedule below:
01:00 | SOCCER - Corinthians v Figueirense
02:00 | TABLE TENNIS - Chien-An Chen vs Jin Ueda
02:00 | TABLE TENNIS - Yuto Muramatsu vs Young Sik Jung
02:45 | TABLE TENNIS - Ho Ching Lee vs Saki Tashiro
02:45 | TABLE TENNIS - Kasumi Ishikawa vs Wing Nam Ng
03:30 | TABLE TENNIS - Maharu Yoshimura / Kenji Matsudaira vs Chih-Yuan Chuang / Chih-Chi Wu
03:30 | TABLE TENNIS - Seiya Kishikawa / Koki Niwa vs Feng Chen / Xue Jie Pang
04:00 | TABLE TENNIS - Beibei Sun / Meng Yu Yu vs Miu Hirano / Mima Ito
05:30 | TABLE TENNIS - Chien-An Chen vs Kirill Skachkov
05:30 | VOLLEYBALL - Japan v Turkey
05:30 | TABLE TENNIS - Timo Boll vs Viacheslav Burov
06:15 | TABLE TENNIS - Hu Li vs Yuto Muramatsu
06:15 | TABLE TENNIS - Maharu Yoshimura vs Hyun Deok Seo
07:00 | TABLE TENNIS - Feng Chen vs Koki Niwa
07:00 | TABLE TENNIS - Seiya Kishikawa vs Jorgen Persson
07:45 | TABLE TENNIS - Xue Jie Pang vs Jun Mizutani
07:45 | TABLE TENNIS - Zi Yang vs Sheng-Sheng Huang
08:00 | VOLLEYBALL - South Korea v Cuba
08:30 | TABLE TENNIS - Iveta Vacenovska vs Tianwei Feng
08:30 | TABLE TENNIS - Kasumi Ishikawa vs Jia Liu
09:15 | TABLE TENNIS - Ai Fukuhara vs Nanthana Komwong
09:15 | TABLE TENNIS - Ha Jung Seok vs Xue Li
10:00 | SNOOKER - Wuxi Classic
10:15 | BASKETBALL - Barako Bull Energy Boosters v Petron Blaze Boosters
10:20 | VOLLEYBALL - Argentina v Thailand
10:50 | RUGBY LEAGUE - Melbourne Storm v Wests Tigers
11:30 | SOCCER - Japan v Jordan
12:30 | BASKETBALL - Rain Or Shine vs Powerade Tigers
13:00 | VOLLEYBALL - Czech Republic v Australia
13:45 | VOLLEYBALL - Brazil vs France
13:50 | VOLLEYBALL - China v Puerto Rico
14:00 | SOCCER - Lebanon v Uzbekistan
14:00 | SOCCER - Oman v Australia
15:00 | VOLLEYBALL - Romania v Serbia
15:30 | VOLLEYBALL - Bulgaria v Switzerland NLA
15:30 | VOLLEYBALL - Egypt v France
16:00 | VOLLEYBALL - Czech Republic v Cuba
16:00 | VOLLEYBALL - Israel v Denmark
16:30 | VOLLEYBALL - Canada vs Poland
16:30 | VOLLEYBALL - Italy v Brazil
17:15 | SOCCER - Qatar v South Korea
18:00 | VOLLEYBALL - Hungary v Spain
18:30 | VOLLEYBALL - Netherlands v Greece
19:00 | SOCCER - Cuba v Canada
19:00 | VOLLEYBALL - India v Germany
19:00 | VOLLEYBALL - Poland v Serbia
21:00 | SOCCER - Arsenal de Sarandi v Argentinos Jrs
21:00 | SOCCER - IA Akranes v KR Reykjavik
22:00 | VOLLEYBALL - Germany v USA