The Premier League season is just around the corner and BT have taken it upon themselves to work out what’s going to unravel over the course of the season. Using big data from previous years they have predicted the fortune of each individual Premier League team right down to the number of goals scored. Sadly for certain players, this doesn’t play out the fairytale endings that a football season can bring.
BT Sport covers Premier League matches along with exclusive UK coverage of the Champions League and Europa League. It’s hard to argue against BT Sport being the home of football this season.
Where to watch the Premier league
Every year the Premier League offers excitement, tension, stress and disbelief. This year is looking like no exception. With transfers galore and pre-season showing what kind of football we’re in for it’s shaping up to be a great year for football.
To Kick off the season BT Sport are showing the first games for some of the big 6. After a successful pre-season with only minor tweaks and changes being made to the team, BT will be covering Manchester City’s first Premier League game of the season. Hoping they can start where they left off with a win against London side West Ham United.
The following week Arsenal will be taking on Burnley hoping their new signings can help break the mould and start as they mean to go on with a home win to make the fans happy. Then the boys in blue, Chelsea, take on Leicester City, hoping to forget a pre-season hampered by their transfer embargo. Legend and new manager Frank Lampard is at the wheel to steer them into the Champions League spots. After these first few games BT will also be showcasing around another 50 big premier league games for you to enjoy.
How to watch the Europa and Champions League this year
This season, BT Sport has exclusive rights to the highest quality of football there is, the Champions League and Europa League. With star studded European giants like Barcelona, Real Madrid and Juventus showcasing breathtaking football alongside English favourites Man City, Liverpool, Spurs and Chelsea. These competitions promise nail biting and exhilarating football, with the likes of Ronaldo, Messi and Neymar facing Kane, Salah and Aguero. Liverpool are the current holders, can they really make it number 7?
How do I get BT Sport?
Bt Sport now allows you to watch all this action from an array of different devices. The standard viewing platform is your TV, you can also use the BT Sport App or watch online. It’s almost impossible to miss any of the action.
Prices are on offer and currently start from £5.00 a month for just the BT Sport app, or to add BT Sport to your BT TV. If you’re adding BT Sport to your current Sky TV package it will cost £10 a month instead.
If you’re looking for a new broadband provider this also a great time to look into BT. They’re currently running an offer for people looking to buy broadband and BT Sport with options to receive a gift of an Xbox One S or a Samsung Galaxy Tab A. These range from £45.99 a month, giving you the BT Sport App with Superfast Fibre, to £59.99 a month which gives you Max 4K TV coverage as well as Superfast Fibre 2.
Once you have found the perfect bundle for yourself then take note of your BT ID for logging onto the BT Sport App or if you’re watching on the television you’ll find you now have access to channels 408 and onwards if you have BT TV or 413 and above for SKY TV customers.
If you have any troubles connecting your account or have trouble accessing these channels then make sure to visit the BT Sport contact page and talk to their customer services team who’ll be more than happy to help with any issues you may have.