Don’t know about you, but no matter how much older we get, we still associate September with getting weirdly excited about new stationery ready to go back to school, college or Uni. Just us? Ah – well we also get very excited about all the great content that is released as the evenings get slightly darker, and this September is set to be a cracker…

Whilst the last season may have only recently finished – we certainly can’t wait to fill a Premier League shaped hole when it returns to Sky Sports and BT Sport on 12th September. Prefer your sport to be a little more picturesque? Well the Ryder Cup returns later this month, with Europe and the US swinging for victory on Sky Sports (25th – 27thSeptember).

If like us, the longer evenings seem like a good excuse to get comfy and binge through films and TV, then September is set to deliver. Amazon Prime’s dark superhero series, The Boys, will be back for a second series (4th September), while Apple TV fulfils our Wanderlust with The Long Way Up (18th September), seeing Ewan McGregor and Charley Boorman tour South America by motorbike. If you fancy visiting a cinema – Christopher Nolan’s long awaiting Tenet will have hit screens at the end of August. They’re keeping us guessing as to what it’s actually about – but one thing we do know is that we cannot wait to watch what is sure to be an epic film.

Excitingly, we’ve reached that time of year when the major games start to come out – which we’re looking forward to. The early releases will let us get our hands on Mafia: Definitive Edition (25th September) and 13 Sentinels: Aegis Rim (22nd September). We’ll certainly be kept busy playing mobster or time traveller!

Hoping for an Indian summer and maybe the last of the warm weather we also have the perfect soundtracks for a summer party with two much awaited album releases. Idles release Ultra Mono (25th September) and 2 Chainz brings us So Help Me God. We cannot wait to have those on repeat!

And last but by no means least – if it’s a book you’re after – Lana Del Ray’s debut book Violet Bent Backwards Over the Grass (29th September) will share never seen before poems and photography from the singer. Sounds like something we’ll definitely enjoy (25th September).