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Bt Sport 2 Live Stream

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Watch Bt Sport 2 live stream online – BT Sport is a group of sports television channels like bt sport 1, bt sport 2, bt sport espn and bt sport europe in the United Kingdom and Ireland that was launched on 1 August 2013. BT Sport holds exclusive live UK TV rights to 38 Barclays Premier League matches per season as well as exclusive rights to the UEFA Champions League, UEFA Europa League, National League, Serie A, the Bundesliga, Ligue 1, the Primeira Liga, the FA Community Shield, the FA Trophy, MotoGP and the Aviva Premiership.

BT Sport caught the attention of the industry when BT Group announced they had won broadcasting rights to 38 Premier League games from the 2013-14 season, which was followed by the group’s announcement of their own sports network.  BT Sport 2 has become one of the top sports channels in the world since its creation. Throughout its history, the channel has aired football games, rugby matches, hockey games, cricket clashes, motor sport events, UFC fights, and WWE events. Speaking about football, the channel has broadcasted games for some high level moments from international competitions such as the UEFA Champions League and the UEFA Europa League. BT Sport 2 has also aired some of the world’s best domestic leagues such as the Bundesliga, the French top-flight, the English Premier League, and the Scottish Premier League. Most games for the top leagues have been divided between BT Sport 1 and BT Sport 2 when there is more than one game taking place.

The network’s partnership with ESPN allows it to air some American sports, such as Major League Baseball games, college sports, and X-Games. ESPN’s documentaries are also available on BT Sport thanks to this agreement.

One of the most appealing features by BT Sport has to do with the personalities that have graced their panel over the years. Former footballers such as Rio Ferdinand, Michael Owen, Gary Lineker, Peter Crouch, Jim Beglin, Robin Van Persie, Paul Scholes and Jose Mourinho have played a role for this channel in their football coverage over the years.

BT Sport 2 is available on most pay-tv carriers in the United Kingdom on both SD and HD. Users get to choose the kind of feed they want to watch at home when they hire their plan, which is why we encourage you to check availability and pricing for each feed.

BT Sport 2 on Satellite

Position Frequency Symbol System Encryption
28.5°E Astra 2E11386 H 29500, 8/9 DVB-S2, QPSK, MPEG-4, HD Videoguard
28.2°E Astra 2F11344 H 27500, 5/6 DVB-S, MPEG-2 Videoguard

How Can I watch BT Sport 2

You can watch BT Sport Live on your PC, Mac, smartphone or tablet using the app and online player. You can also watch on the big screen with Apple TV, Android TV, Xbox, PlayStation, Samsung Smart TV, NOW TV devices, Amazon Fire TV devices, Roku players, Chromecast, Chromecast with Google TV and Airplay.

Can I stream BT Sport for free?

BT Mobile subscribers can get BT Sport for free (as part of their monthly plan), as long as your contract with them is above £20/month (or £15/month if you‘re also a BT Broadband customer). Remember that even with the free BT Sport offer, you should always check and compare mobile plans

Get BT Sport Free With EE Mobile

If you’re an EE mobile subscriber, or you’re in the market for a new mobile contract, you can get the BT Sport app for FREE, for three months.

You can get it either by texting SPORT to 150, or by logging in to the EE website/app, and going to Menu > Plans, Swappables & add-ons, choosing add-ons, and following the steps from there. (You can find detailed instructions on this EE page).

Another option is to get BT Sport for free as an EE “Swappable Benefit” – but these are only available if you’re on an EE “Smart Plan”.

Do note that these Smart Plans are not necessarily the cheapest mobile plans – so always check and compare when you’re switching plans.

You can check out EE’s Smart Plans and prices here.

Alternatively, if you’re an EE customer and you want to add BT Sport as a paid add-on, it’ll cost you:

  • £10/month for the mobile/tablet only version
  • £15/month for the full, big-screen version
  • £20/month for BT Sport Ultimate, with 4K broadcasts.

Free BT Sport Matches On YouTube

Finally, there’s the BT Sport free YouTube channel, where you can see clips and highlights from almost every type of sports – from football to boxing.

What’s The Cheapest Way To Get BT Sport?

Gone are the days when an expensive cable/satellite contract was the only way to watch BT Sport – but, for some, all these options are a bit confusing.

First, for most of the options mentioned here, remember that you need a broadband connection AND a supported streaming device. Then –

If BT Mobile or EE Mobile are good options for you, then getting BT Sport through them would probably be the cheapest option (but just for BT Sport – you might still find better mobile deals elsewhere).

Otherwise, the smartest option would be to cut the TV cord (as we always recommend), get out of those expensive 12-month contracts, and just sign up to BT Sport independently, thanks to the BT Sport Monthly Pass option.

At £25/month, it’s NOT as cheap as some of the cable-TV-addon options – but if you factor in the savings you’re going to make overall, it’s still more cost-effective for many of you.

Plus, with a flexible monthly plan, you can cancel whenever you want – when you’re on holiday, for example, or if there are no sporting events that interest you in the coming months.

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