BT announced today UEFA Champions League and UEFA Europa league
will be free to all BT TV customers, shown on a new channel - BT
Sport Europe. This is in addition to BT Sport 1, BT Sport 2, and
ESPN on BT Sport.
Gary Lineker, Jake Humphrey and Rio Ferdinand will be the face
of the BT UEFA Champions League coverage, launching on August
BT Sport Europe will also be the only place where customers can
watch all of the Champions League games in HD. Along with an HD
channel, BT will also be launching the first Ultra HD channel in
Europe - BT Sport Ultra HD.
Customers will also be able to take advantage of BT's new 'Red
Button' service. This allows viewers to switch between matches, and
track all of the action with the 'Goal Alert' function, letting the
viewer know when a goal is scored in any of the games. Games can
also be watched on the BT Sport App and on BTsport.com
In addition to 'Goal Alert' and game switching, the 'Red Button'
will allow viewers to switch between camera angles and enjoy a
wealth of in-depth game analysis.
Along with the UEFA Champions League and UEFA Europa League, BT
will be broadcasting Barclays Premier League, FA Cup and Aviva
How much will it cost...
With BT TV?
BT TV customers get this service for free!
With BT broadband?
BT Broadband customers will only have to pay
£5/month for access to the new BT Sport Europe
Not a BT customer?
Fans without a BT subscription will be able to watch some
matches via a new free to air channel on digital TV. Each
participating British team will be shown at least once. If you are
a Sky TV cusomter, you can get BT Sport channels for £5/month.
Don't miss out! Sign up to BT TV now to get unlimited acess to all
sports channels and every UEFA Champtions League and UEFA Europa
League game this August.