This page contains links enabling you to watch the main live sports channels at home in the UK.
Simply the click below to start watching now or scroll down for more info on pricing and how you can watch each broadcaster.
Click to watch Sky Sports now.
Sky Channels: 401-409
The original home of Premier League footy, Sky still hold the rights to the vast majority of fixtures from the English top flight.
Also, where you’ll find almost all live cricket, golf, Super League, the NFL, GAA coverage in the UK, horseracing and the darts, Sky provides a plethora of action for the sports fan who loves it all.
Sky ranges from £18 per month to watch individual sports to £25 per month for all the action on their 11 channels.
There’s also the option of Now TV granting you 24 hour passes from £9.99 or monthly ones for £33.99.
Click to watch BT Sport at home now.
Sky Channels: 413, 414, 417, 423
Alternatively, compare and shop for BT Sport home packages here if you’re not already a customer.
The exclusive home of European and English top-flight football and rugby union, BT Sport also boasts the biggest names in combat sports. It’s the home of Tyson Fury’s boxing fights, as well as being the UFC’s official UK broadcast partner.
That said, it’s the Champions League and Premier League that really make BT Sport so appealing to many sports fans.
Access to watch at home is purely based on a subscription. These range from as little £15 per month when bundled with BT Broadband to £40 per month for the full, bells and whistles packages including BT Sport Box Office, multi-device use etc.
Unlike Sky Sports, there are no short term pass options for BT such as Now TV. The shortest one-off deal is a month of basic access to the four main channels for £25.
Click to watch sport on iPlayer now.
Available on laptops, phones, tablets or your smart TV, iPlayer shows hours of live sport each week.
All sport shown live on BBC 1 & 2 can be viewed via iPlayer, however, there are plenty of events that are only available to watch online via the methods listed above.
Its live football coverage includes the FA Cup, the Women’s Super League, Northern Irish Premier League, Copa Libertadores, Scottish Championship, Scottish Cup as well as the European Championships and the FIFA World Cup every other summer.
Other sports shown include live tennis, snooker, rugby league, athletics netball and skiing whilst there are weekly highlights shows for the Premier League, NFL and the PRO14.
This service is completely free, provided you or a member of your household have paid your annual TV licence fee.
Click to watch sport on Amazon Prime now.
Alternatively, click here to start a free 30 day Amazon Prime trial.
Prime is available to watch via any smart TV, laptops, phones, tablets, Fire Sticks, Blu-Ray players and games consoles such as Xbox One and Playstation.
The newest broadcaster to the Premier League party, Amazon boast the rights to 20 matches per season.
On top of that, they’re the place to go for a mountain of ATP Tennis; as well as the US Open.
All of this is available free if you have a Prime account.
If you don’t these are available for £7.99 per month or £79 for the year. Don’t fancy shelling out just yet? You can bag a free 30-day trial with just a few clicks and your bank details.
Click to watch Premier Sports at home now.
Sky Channels: 412, 429
Alternatively, follow this link to view Premier Sports’ home subscription packages.
Premier is a must for fans of Irish sports in the UK. They boast coverage of 75% of all GAA games in the UK as well as shared rights to the PRO14.
Elsewhere La Liga TV is covered by Premier whilst Serie A, the Eredivisie, Scottish League Cup and Copa America fans will need the channel to catch their favourite teams in action.
Packages cost £9.99 per month or £99 for the entire year.