BT Sport burst onto the scene in 2013 and since then have been assembling a premium offering of live sporting events. While just a disruptive competitor to Sky Sports in the early days (however one with an already huge audience of around 18 million broadband users), BT Sport have quickly grown to be the first genuine contender for the sports broadcasting crown.
BT Sport has managed to secure an incredible range of world class live sporting events, some of which are exclusive to their platform and can't be seen anywhere else. Here's a list of what you'll be able to watch with a BT Sport subscription.
While they don't offer a short term pass system like Sky's Now TV BT Sport has a huge and growing range of live events and a monthly pass option for £25 per month which is pretty handy if there's an event you desperately want to catch.
BT Sport is available through a variety of TV deals and platforms. You'll obviously be able to access BT Sport through their own service, on their Max TV package. It can also be added for an additional fee to any of their TV packages for £3.50 a month.
It's also possible to get BT Sport as an add on if you're subscribed to many other TV packages, including Sky and Virgin Media. For this reason, if you're looking to sink your teeth into the Champions League or UFC but don't necessarily want to switch providers it's worth using our tool to compare TV deals.
If you just want BT Sport for a short time, you can buy a monthly pass for £25 per month.
If you're looking for a more long term commitment, there are a whole host of deals and prices to access BT Sport. In general though, if you're already a BT TV customer the BT Sport pack costs £10 per month for 18 months.
You can also get BT Sports to stream as a BT broadband customer for £16 per month, if you don't want to sign up for the full BT TV package.
You can take advantage of BT Sport's range of live sport to complement your Sky TV package by adding on BT Sport. While this isn't a direct option through your Sky subscription, you can purchase the BT Sport channels from BT directly, and it's fairly straightforward.
All you need to do is head to this link on the BT website (https://www.bt.com/sport/sky), with your Sky viewing card number handy. Follow the instructions and you'll be set up in no time. For more information, head over to our guide on how to get BT Sport on Sky.
It's worth noting that if you already use BT as your Internet service provider you will be eligible for a lower monthly rate!
Virgin Media is a great all round TV platform, particularly for sports fans. You can get both Sky Sports and BT Sport, and never miss a game again!
The top of the range Virgin media deals, it's XL TV Home, Full House and VIP bundles all include every BT Sport channel, and you can also purchase BT Sport as an add-on for £15 a month.
Obviously due to the Coronavirus, the volume of live sport platforms like BT Sport have access to has been reduced since the start of 2020. If you feel as though you're not getting the bang for your buck you previously were, you can cancel your subscription. BT have also introduced an option to pause your subscription (If you're on one of their flexible TV packages) which might be helpful for those who just want to wait it out until sport is back in earnest!
To cancel your subscription, log into the BT website and find BT Sport under the “your products” section. Click “manage” and, after inputting some details, you will be taken to a page where you're able to cancel your subscription.
To pause your subscription on a flexible TV package follow a similar route, but click “TV” and then “your TV” in the “your products” section.