It's the most wonderful time of the year, with sports fans yelling and everyone drinking some beeeeer. Okay, it's not quite as good as the original but we're just so excited about all the sport on TV over Christmas.
As with every other year, Christmas week is filled with competitive action, whether it be the traditional Munster v Leinster clash, the drama of the darts or the vast selection of football on offer.
Put away your TV guide because everything you need to know about sport on TV over the coming days can be found below.
Munster against Leinster in the Pro 14 is as Christmassy as mulled wine and you can see the two heavyweights go head to head on Saturday December 28 at 5pm on eir Sport 1.
As usual, there will be a plethora of Premier League and Scottish Premiership football over the festive period. Premier Sports will show a whopping NINE Premier League games on St. Stephen's Day, with the following fixtures on our screens throughout the day:
Tottenham Hotspur v Brighton & Hove Albion 12.30pm
Bournemouth v Arsenal 3pm
Aston Villa v Norwich City 3pm
Chelsea v Southampton 3pm
Crystal Palace v West Ham United 3pm
Everton v Burnley 3pm
Sheffield United v Watford 3pm
Manchester United v Newcastle United 5.30pm
Leicester City v Liverpool 8pm
And here are all the football highlights post-St. Stephen's Day...
Friday, December 27 - Wolverhampton Wanderers v Manchester City 7.45pm, Premier Sports
Saturday, December 28 - Norwich City v Tottenham Hotspur 5.30pm, Sky Sports Premier League
Saturday, December 28 - Burnley v Manchester United 7.45pm, BT Sports 1
Sunday December, 29 - Celtic v Rangers 12.30pm, Sky Sports Football
Sunday, December 29 - Arsenal v Chelsea 2pm, Sky Sports Premier League
Sunday, December 29 - Liverpool v Wolverhampton Wanderers 4.30pm, Sky Sports Premier League
Wednesday, January 1 - Arsenal v Manchester United 8pm, BT Sport 1
On December 27, The PDC World Darts Championship will continue after the Christmas break with all the drama on Sky Sports Darts right up to the final on New Year's Night.
With the exploits of Fallon Sherrock, who became the first woman to win a match at the PDC (below), it's already been a historic tournament...
SHERROCK MAKES HISTORY.
Fallon Sherrock has become the first woman to win a match at the PDC World Championship.
Just look at these scenes, a history making moment for darts. pic.twitter.com/zqoOeyQLmt
— PDC Darts (@OfficialPDC) December 17, 2019
The 2019 Leopardstown Festival will be shown on RTÉ from December 26 until December 29.
That little lot should keep you occupied for a few days at least. Happy watching.