- Keep the whole family entertained with different channels in different rooms at the same time
- One HD Pack covers all HD ready boxes in the home
- Free Sky HD Multiscreen box
Action that bursts out of the screen. Sky 3D brings you
ground-breaking documentaries, incredible entertainment,
the latest Hollywood blockbusters and the ultimate sports viewing experience.
€0 a month
With any Sky TV bundle and the HD Pack
from €43 a month
When you join Sky TV with the HD Pack
(€15 extra a month). Plus, get €50 cashback when you join online by 1 May.
Host Ben Fogle teams up with structural engineers to recreate natural disasters on a constructed 'city', simulating the awesome power of earthquakes, extreme winds, floods and avalanches. Delve into the destructive impact and science behind these natural forces in spectacular 3D.
From Saturday 19 April, 8pm
Join David Attenborough on his absorbing journey around London's Kew Gardens, as he explores the secret lives of plants, how they have evolved and their fascinating relationships with nature.
Watch former popes John Paul II, who died in 2005, and John XXIII, who died in 1963, become officially declared as saints in an historic joint ceremony at the Vatican.
From Sunday 27 April, 8.30am
Champions League-hopefuls Everton look to further dent Arsenal's title hopes at Goodison Park live in 3D.
Sunday 6 April, 12.30pm
A fiery top-of-the-table encounter is in store between the two top goal-scoring Premier League teams.
Sunday 13 April, 12.30pm
Two of the Premier League's front runners lock horns at Anfield in a pivotal title match.
Sunday 27 April, 2pm
The Smurfs are back and evil wizard Gargamel is up to his old tricks, this time kidnapping Smurfette in hope of gleaning from her a secret spell. Cue the fun blue heroics of Clumsy, Grouchy, Vanity and Papa Smurf who team up with their human friends to get her back.
From Friday 4 April, 7pm
A teenage girl finds herself transported to the depths of a secret forest, where a battle between good and evil rages. Teaming up with a rag-tag crew of magical creatures, she embarks on a quest to save their world - and ours.
From Friday 11 April, 11.45am
Henry Cavill dons the iconic red cape, in Zack Snyder's origin story of Krypton's last son. Clark scours the globe to discover who he is, meeting a certain Lois Lane (Amy Adams), before an invasion by members of his own race brings out the Superman within him.
From Friday 18 April, 8pm
Sky 3D is Europe’s first dedicated 3D TV channel, bringing you the same incredible 3D experience you’d get at the cinema, in the comfort or your own home.
See a fantastic range of live sport, blockbuster movies, unmissable entertainment and ground-breaking documentaries, bursting out of the screen and into your living room, depending on your TV bundle.
There are two ways to watch 3D TV - Active and Passive. Active and Passive 3D refers to both the type of glasses you have to wear to watch 3D, and the 3D ready TV you are using.
Active glasses contain LCD lenses that alternately 'block out' each eye depending on whether the left or right image is being displayed on the screen. They are referred to as active because they require a battery to operate the LCD lenses.
Passive glasses do not require any power to operate them. They use polarisation to separate out the left and right image, then work with polarised TVs that deliver two images to the viewer. The TVs have a filter integrated into the screen, and when switched into 3D mode, the filter orientates the light emitting from the screen differently for the left and right image. Passive is the type of technology you may have seen in the cinema.
If you are an existing HD customer with a 3D TV you can activate Sky 3D now.
If you are not an HD customer you can upgrade your viewing package so that you are eligible to receive Sky 3D.
If you are not a Sky TV customer, join Sky with any TV bundle and the HD Pack and activate Sky 3D.
Sky 3D is showing live sports in pubs and bars around Ireland including Barclays Premier League football, Heineken Cup rugby and the UEFA Champions League. To find your nearest 3D pub or bar please visit our Sky 3D pub finder.
Yes - all the usual Sky+ features that you know and love are available on the Sky 3D channel.
Yes, as long as the box in the second room is a Sky+HD or SkyHD box and you are subscribed to the HD Pack as well as any TV bundle, you will be able to watch Sky 3D on a 3D ready TV in another room with Sky Multiroom.