The BT Sport live stream is a great way to watch all of the sports that you are interested in. It's well known as one of the best sites to stream live football in the UK. But that's not all it offers.
In this article we will talk about how to get access to BT Sport online legally, and watch live streaming on your PC, mobile or tablet.
If you are not an existing BT customer, the BT Sport monthly pass is perfect for you. It's designed for people who want to watch BT Sport live streaming from the comfort of their own home. You'll get all the BT Sport TV Channels for £25 per month and you can cancel at any time!
The pass will give you access to a whole range of different sports including Premier League football, rugby, cricket, boxing and much more so it's great value too.
The best part is that there is NO CONTRACT and absolutely anyone can sign up.
You don't need to be an existing BT customer. You don’t need to have BT broadband, and you'll be able start streaming instantly using the BT Sport app or web player.
If you're an EE customer, the BT Sport app is a great way to watch BT Sport from your phone or tablet. Or you can use your Apple TV 4K
The best thing about this option is that it's included free of charge on all new EE monthly plans. It's permanently free as what's known as a "swappable benefit" if you have one of the EE “Smart Plans."
If you are already an EE customer you just need to text SPORT to 150 to get started.
If not then switching your broadband or mobile contract to EE could be a good way of getting BT Sport for free. Click below to find out more.
If you're a BT customer the BT Sport app is another great way to watch online.
The app lets you stream live sport on your laptop, tablet or mobile phone and it's included free of charge for all BT broadband customers with a BT Sport subscription.
Alternatively, BT broadband customers who don't yet have BT Sport can add the app for £15 per month.
If you already subscribe to either Sky or Virgin Media, you can contact them about adding BT Sport channels to your existing subscription.
Prices vary depending on your current package, but you should then be able to watch BT Sport via your existing provider's live streaming option.
BT Sport offers a selection of channels with live coverage and highlights from the Premier League, Champions League, Rugby Union Premiership. It also has its own exclusive programmes such as The Debate (Mondays) or Goal Rush (weekdays), which covers all the goals scored in European leagues over various periods throughout the season.
It can be free. But it depends whether you're already a BT or EE customer.
If you're not, and don't need these services, then the most cost effective method to watch BT sport online is likely to be the monthly pass, which costs £25.
The best thing about the monthly pass is that you can cancel it whenever you want, and then start up again any time. So you only have to pay for the sports you really want to watch.
Any live sporting event or other program that is broadcast on any channel (BT Sport 1, 2, 3 Extra, or Box Office) is available for live streaming.
Our BT Sport TV Guide will keep you up to date with all the top live action that is being broadcast this week.
Unfortunately they don't offer a BT Sport day pass currently. However, the monthly pass works out at much better value, at less than £1 a day.
Live streaming for all BT Sport channels is available via the BT Sport website or app.
Once you've signed up via any of the methods listed above, you simply log in and choose which channel you want to watch. The stream starts playing straight away in either your app or web browser.
No, BT Sport is not included in Amazon Prime.
You can now access the BT Sport app via an Amazon fire stick, but the subscription itself won't be included in your Amazon subscription price. So you would still need to sign up via one of the methods above, and log in separately.
Last Updated December 16, 2021