On December 15 2017, we announced an agreement with BT which means that Sky customers will be able to include BT Sport as part of their overall Sky subscription for the first time.
It's expected that these new services will be available from early 2019.
- What does this mean for Sky customers?
Under the agreement, Sky will receive wholesale supply of the BT Sport channels enabling us to offer our customers access to every single match of the Premier League, the UEFA Champions League and Europa League shown on Sky and BT channels through one simple Sky contract.
This will be the first time Sky is able to provide BT Sport to our customers directly as part of a Sky bundle or on a standalone basis and across all Sky platforms, including Sky Go. BT Sport will also be available as an app on NowTV boxes.
- What does this mean for BT TV customers?
Sky will make our NowTV streaming service available on the BT TV set-top-box. As a retail agent, BT will sell NowTV on Sky’s behalf, offering BT TV customers access to NowTV’s most popular channels including Sky Atlantic, Sky One, Sky Living, Sky Sports and Sky Cinema.
- When will this be available?
It's expected that these new services will be available from early 2019 - with further announcements expected nearer the time.
In the meantime, you can still get BT Sport on your Sky box - and you don't need a subscription to BT Broadband to do this.
Just go to BT.com and sign up for a BT Sport Pack on Sky.
As part of your sign up, you’ll be asked for your 9-digit Sky viewing card number.
- Is this good news?
This is great news for Sky customers who will be able to access all matches on Sky and BT channels from the Premier League, UEFA Champions League and Europa League directly with a single Sky TV subscription and with the great customer service that we provide.
UK consumers will have even more ways to watch great Sky entertainment with our leading portfolio of channels – Sky Atlantic, Sky One and Sky Living – available on all major Pay-TV platforms for the first time.