BT Sport offers everything from live Premier League football to live matches from the Aviva Premiership rugby, coverage of the UFC (Ultimate Fighting Championship) and NBA games.
BT Sport consists of four BT-branded channels.
These are called BT Sports 1, 2 and 3, which are the flagship channels. Completing the line-up of BT Sport channels is BT Sport ESPN. There are also HD versions of all four BT Sport channels.
BT Sport's schedule takes in:
It's important to note that the Premier League matches on BT Sport are different to those on Sky. So if you want to see every game broadcast live over the course of the season, you may want to add Sky Sports channels to your bundle.
Learn more about BT Sport vs Sky Sports.
Every TV provider has a BT Sport add-on so you can get BT Sport on your TV, no matter who your provider is. Find out more about how to watch BT Sport in our dedicated guide.
If you subscribe to BT Sport, you'll get access to the BT Sport app and web player so you can watch BT Sport no matter where you are.
If you already have a Sky box, you can receive BT Sport through this. Customers with Sky TV boxes who already take BT broadband can pay extra per month to watch it on their TV.
Sky TV customers who take their broadband from a provider other than BT will be charged a higher price per month.
You can add BT Sport to your package in one of two ways:
All four BT Sport channels are available to Virgin Media customers. It's also worth noting that Virgin Media customers can also get the complete range of Sky channels, too.
In line with BT Sport pricing for Sky customers, expect to pay extra per month for the four standard BT Sport channels and more for their HD versions.
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