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Football on TV - where to watch every match

If you want to watch football on TV, you basically have three options:

  • Get Sky Sports
  • Get BT Sport
  • Get both
  • Go to a pub

You found your way to this page, so we’ll assume you’re more interested in the first three options. Otherwise, have fun, and raise a glass to us (though please drink responsibly et cetera).

Right, with the lushes gone, let’s look at how to get a good football TV deal. The first step, of course, is choosing which championships you actually want to watch.

What football can I watch on Sky Sports?

Sky Sports is the biggest name in TV football and here’s the reason why: it has bloomin’ loads of it. It shows more Premier League matches than any other service - 126 games, compared to BT’s 42.

In addition, it shows Championship football, League One and League Two, the Capital One Cut, Scottish League matches, the International Champions Cup, Eredivisie, Copa Del Ray, MLS and more.

As we said - a lot of football.

How do I get Sky Sports?

The good news is that Sky Sports is available on every pay TV service out there. The bad news is that it can be a little pricier than the competition. Still, you’re paying for quantity - you’re getting a lot of football for your money. Here’s how you can get it:

Sky - Sports can be added to any Sky TV package. Alternatively, you can get the Sports Bundle, which gives you all seven Sky Sports channels and Sky’s main entertainment channels - Sky One, Sky Atlantic, Sky Living and Sky Arts. You also get Sky Go, which lets you watch live and catch-up content from the channels you subscribe to online or on your phone.

Virgin Media - You can add Sky Sports to any Virgin Media TV package. It’s also included as standard in the VIP and Big Kahuna Sports bundles - both of which also include BT Sport, incidentally. If you’re truly mad about the beautiful game, Virgin Media’s a great way to get everything in one place.

TalkTalk - You can get Sky Sports as a ‘Boost’ to any TalkTalk TV package. Unlike some other providers, where you sign up for a year, TalkTalk Boosts operate on a rolling monthly basis so you can cancel any time - great if you want to save money during months when there isn’t much football on.

BT - Hoo boy. This is a little more complicated than other providers. You can get Sky Sports 1 and 2 through BT, but only if you have BT Infinity and a fast enough connection. That’s fewer channels than the other providers - but fortunately, Sky Sports 1 and 2 both show loads of football.

Now TV - One of the more flexible ways to get Sky Sports, Now TV offers daily, weekly and monthly passes for Sky Sports. Even better, you can now get broadband with Now TV, both no-contract and pay monthly.

To find out more about Sky Sports, check out our full guide.

What football can I watch on BT Sport?

BT Sport isn’t lacking for football. It has 42 Premier League matches in the 2016/17 season - more than any prior year. It also has the exclusive UK TV rights to the UEFA Champions and Europa Leagues, so if you’re a fan of those series, BT’s the only game in town.

Those are the highest-profile events, but that’s not all the footie BT has by a long shot. You can also watch top flight football from both the UK and around the world, including National League, League Cup, A-League, Bundesliga, Serie A and Ligue 1.

How do I get BT Sport?

You can watch BT Sport on all major pay-TV services, though in some cases you will need to contact BT itself to get it. We’ll go into detail below:

BT - The full suite of BT Sport channels, including BT Sport Europe and ESPN, is included as standard when you get any BT TV package. If you have a snazzy 4K TV, you can also get BT Sport in Ultra HD with the Ultra Entertainment package. If you have BT Broadband, but don’t want TV, you can watch BT Sport online or via smartphone / tablet app for an additional monthly charge.

Virgin Media - You can add BT Sport to any Virgin Media TV package. It’s also included as standard in some bundles, including the Big Kahuna Sports and VIP Bundles. However you get it, you’ll be able to watch matches on TV, and on tablets or smartphones via the Virgin TV Anywhere app.

Sky - You can watch BT Sport on Sky, but you can’t get it through Sky directly or pre-bundled with a package. Instead, you need to sign up for it separately - simply contact BT when your Sky TV service is up and running.

TalkTalk - Like Sky, you can watch BT Sport on TalkTalk, but only by signing up via BT directly. It’s also not currently available in HD. To get it, simply sign up via BT’s website once your TalkTalk TV service is active.

How do I find cheap TV football?

Easy-peasy. We let you compare loads of options side by side so it’s simple to find the deal that’s best for you.

  • Enter your postcode into the box on this page.
  • When the results appear, use the filters to choose the options you want.
  • If you see a deal that you like, click the link and we’ll send you to the provider’s website, where you can sign up or get more information.

We’re useful like that.

FAQs

  1. How do I switch broadband provider?
    The process of changing your broadband provider is actually pretty straightforward. First, you put your postcode into our impartial comparison tool. We’ll display the broadband, phone and TV deals available where you live, then you can use our search filters to narrow down the options and find the perfect package for your household. Finally, you sign up with your new provider online. They’ll contact your existing provider and take care of everything else for you. The actual switch should be virtually seamless, and in the vast majority of cases it is. Your new broadband provider will send you all the stuff you need to get set up, like a new wireless router and/or TV set-top box.
  2. Why do I have to pay line rental?
    Even if you never use your home phone to make calls, you still need a phone line to receive your broadband connection. This is true of virtually all broadband providers, so paying line rental is pretty much unavoidable. Virgin Media is the only widely available broadband you can get without taking a phone line as well.
  3. How do I switch to a new TV service?
    Switching TV services is a breeze if you use a comparison service like ours. Simply enter your postcode, and we’ll list all your different options side by side, so you can easily compare features and price. When you find a package you like, click the link and you’ll be taken straight to the provider’s site. Fast, simple and hassle-free.
  4. Can I get BT Sport with Sky Broadband?
    Only if you get Sky TV too, then you can sign up for BT Sport on a rolling monthly subscription.
  5. Can I get Sky Sports with BT TV?
    Indeed you can, but only the Sky Sports 1 and Sky Sports 2 channels. If you have a YouView box from BT, you'll also have access to the Now TV app, where you can subscribe to a Sky Sports pass.