Fans in the UK can enjoy a taste of BT Sport this weekend – even if you are not a subscriber!
Feast your eyes on a whole range of great sport, headlined by Arsenal’s trip to Selhurst Park on Saturday.
As well as Barclays Premier League action there is top domestic European football from the Bundesliga, French Ligue 1 and Serie A as the likes of AC Milan, AS Monaco, PSG, Inter Milan, Napoli and Werder Bremen do battle across BT Sport 1, BT Sport 2 and ESPN.
It’s not only football on BT Sport don’t miss exclusively live Aviva Premiership Rugby, WTA Tennis and the UFC Fight Night live from Manchester.
How can I watch?
Sky Digital Satellite Platform:
BT Sport 1 on Sky Guide Channel 413
BT Sport 2 on Sky Guide Channel 414
ESPN on Sky Guide Channel 417
Those with regular Freeview and BT TV customers who have not yet joined BT Sport can tune in to Freeview Channel 57 to watch BT Sport 1 between the hours of:
Friday – 6pm – 4am
Saturday – 11.30am – 4am
Sunday – 11.30am – 6am
If you enjoy this taste of the great sporting line up on BT Sport there’s much more to come including Manchester City v Arsenal and West Ham v Arsenal.
If you enjoy our free weekend, get BT Sport free with BT broadband
And that’s not all…. Alex Oxlade-Chamberlain has teamed up with The Supporters Club
Every time a person tweets or re-tweets a personal thank you to someone who has supported them with #thesupportersclub, BT Sport will give £1, up to a total of £100,000. This could be their dad for always taking them to training, their coach for helping them get better at sport, their teacher for always helping them get through exams or their friends for always being there for them.BT Sport will broadcast a range of on-air features involving BT Sport ambassador Alex Oxlade-Chamberlain talking about those who have supported him during his career.
Oxlade-Chamberlain, said “My Dad played such a big part in my childhood and development to become a professional footballer – supporting me training, driving me to games and always pushing me forward. I would urge people to thank someone this weekend via Twitter who helped them out in life – be it in their sporting or personal lives. What’s more, BT Sport will donate money to good causes when you do.”
This ‘Open Weekend’ is a way for BT Sport to thank the thousands of customers already raising hundreds of thousands of pounds and to encourage others to join in too by being part of a team creating a better future for young people through sport. Viewers can show their support and join The Supporters Club by simply adding £1, £3 or £5 to their monthly bill and BT will match it pound for pound – doubling the donation every time , up to a total of £1 million.
BT Sport customers who wish to join The Supporters Club can send a text with the word ‘JOIN’ followed by their home phone number to 82010, to add £1 a month to their BT bill. For full T&Cs and more information visit www.thesupportersclub.org or follow @supporters on twitter. The Supporters Club fund is managed by Comic Relief, registered charity No. 326568 (England/Wales); SC039730 (Scotland).