BT Sport TV Guide
NEW! From 18th July 2023, TNT Sports will be the new name for BT Sport - from then on, all of our TV schedules will move be moved over to the TNT Sports brand and channel listings.
BT Sport is a UK based sports channel that has multiple, live sports broadcasts across its BT Sport channels. The BT Sport Pack now features four channels – BT Sport 1, BT Sport 2, BT Sport 3 and BT Sport ESPN. They sit alongside their HD versions – BT Sport 1HD, BT Sport 2HD, BT Sport 3HD and BT Sport ESPN HD. They also have additional channels BT Sport Extra (a red button service) and BT Sport UHD for ultra-HD broadcasts. BT Sport Showcase is their free-to-air channel which shows selected, live football matches throughout the year.
BT Sport offers a substantial amount of Live Football on TV including 52 exclusive English Premier League games per season. They also have exclusive access to all UEFA Champions League, Europa League and the newly launched Europa Conference – that’s 420 European matches exclusive to BT Sport. That means you can keep close tabs on the progress of the likes of Liverpool, Manchester United, Chelsea, Manchester City, Leicester, West Ham, Spurs, Rangers, Celtic and more.
Add to that, games from Serie A, Ligue 1, and the National League and they have got football totally covered.
There’s more for rugby fans too with live coverage of the biggest European club competitions – the Heineken Champions Cup and the Challenge Cup – all the way to the showpiece finals themselves.
That’s all before we mention MotoGP, WWE, UFC, Cricket, MLB and even more.
For those looking to avoid heavy subscription bills, BT Sport has a Monthly Pass that allows 30 days access without a contract - unfortunately, you can't buy a BT Sport Day Pass if you want to watch one-off matches though. You can now add BT Sport on Sky since BT and Sky decided to make their channels more accessible.
You can refine our BT Sport TV Guide by selecting the sport you want to watch below: