Goals are coming home to The Sun, Times and Sunday Times this weekend

This weekend readers of The Sun, The Times and The Sunday Times can be the first to see every goal from every game, moments after they go in the net, as the wait is finally over for the kick-off of the 2014/15 Barclays Premier League.

With Luis Suarez leaving Liverpool to take a bite at the Spanish League and Wayne Rooney captaining ‘the Red Devils’ as Manchester United attempt to re-establish their supremacy over their Premiership rivals, the outcome of this season could rest on a similar knife-edge to the last.

Our readers can watch near-live video clips of goals and key action plus Premier League match highlights online and through both the Sun Goals and Times and Sunday Times tablet apps shortly after the final whistle has blown. All the action is accompanied by expert written and spoken commentary and analysis from our world-class sports reporters.

They include The Times’ Oliver Kay and The Sun’s irrepressible Ian Wright whose Sun Goals football shows will soon be broadcast from The Sun’s state-of-the-art TV studios in the new home of our three newspapers, the News Building, next door to London’s iconic Shard.

In the ultimate partnership more than 460,000 people who have already signed up to Dream Team, The Sun’s hugely popular fantasy football game, now get the fantastic Sun Goals package absolutely free for two months. To take advantage of this great offer wannabe managers have until 12.45pm on Saturday to enter their winning line up at www.dreamteamfc.com. Entries received after this will receive the package free for one month. If successful, entrants could pocket up to £200,000 of prize money.

And it’s not just the Barclays Premier League – News UK’s football offer includes all the best action from FA Cup matches, England friendlies and, from 2015/16, even more clips and highlights from UEFA Champions’ League and Europa League matches.

Mike Darcey, CEO of News UK, said: “Just one year on from the launch of Goals, distinctive sporting video coverage has become a constant companion of our world-class journalism. From the high drama of the FA Cup to the non-stop action of the Aviva Rugby Premiership and even Gaelic Football and Hurling, we have rapidly expanded the range of near-live clips and highlights for our customers.

“Membership to any of our titles provides extraordinary value for lovers of sport and is a key part of the sustainable future we are building for our news brands in a digital future.”