The three UEFA competitions started last week, with all matches here in the UK being broadcast live exclusively on BT Sport.
BT Sport entered the broadcasting market in early August 2013, joining a long list of competitors trying to break Sky Sports’ long-standing monopoly.
Unlike those rivals, however, BT Sport has stayed the course and is still going strong a little over eight years later.
Traditionally, BT Sport’s deals have been reduced in annual Black Friday sales, but with the football season already on, you may be interested in the deals already available.
You can find the following offers at www.bt.com/sport/tv.
If you don’t want to be bound by a fixed-term contract, you can access BT Sport’s channels with a monthly pass.
- Exercise – £ 7.50 a month for 3 months. Thereafter € 15 per month.
- Big Sport – £ 20 a month for 3 months. Thereafter € 40 per month.
- VIP – £ 65 per month.
In addition to the exclusive rights to the UEFA Champions, Europa and Europa Conference League, BT Sport also holds the rights to 52 Premier League games per season.
Away from football, BT Sport has also positioned itself as the new home of combat in the UK. You hold rights to UFC, WWE and several high-profile boxing matches.
With BT Sport subscriptions, customers have access to five channels: BT Sport 1, 2 and 3 and Eurosport 1 and 2.
Click here for more details on the three BT Sport packages available.