A new era in sport broadcasting began with a live show featuring most of BT Sport’s new presenters, experts and commentators, including Jake Humphrey, Craig Doyle, Clare Balding, Michael Owen and Matt Dawson.
The first live programme was broadcast from the new BT Sport studios - the biggest purpose-built sports studios in Europe - and was shown on both BT Sport 1 and BT Sport 2.
After introducing the new presenters, guests, studio with innovative glass floor (for recreating those all-important sporting moments), Jake Humphrey signalled the start of the two BT Sport channels by heading over to the football studio for the Audi Cup on BT Sport 1, while Craig Doyle covered the JP Morgan Asset Management 7s in the rugby studio on BT Sport 2.
And that's just for starters - find out what else is coming up on BT Sport - and how to watch all the action...
What’s on BT Sport?
BT Sport will show 38 exclusively live football matches from the Barclays Premier League, including 18 of the ‘top picks’ from August 2013 for three seasons.
The channels will also show live FA Cup, Europa League and Scottish Premier League matches, as well as top tier live football from Germany, Italy, France, Brazil, Australia and the USA, plus action from the FA Women’s Super League and 30 live matches from the Football Conference.
Get BT Sport
If you're a BT Broadband customer, you can get BT Sport for FREE, but you'll need to activate it first - to watch it on TV, online or via the app.
For more information or to order BT Sport, visit bt.com/sport
Watch BT Sport
On Sky Digital Satellite Platform
If you have a Sky satellite receiver box and viewing card, you can easily take BT Sport from us. You don't need to be a BT customer – but if you switch to our broadband, you'll get BT Sport for free. And you can only get it here. Includes BT Sport app and online player.
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On BT TV
Get free live sport in your living room with a BT TV and BT Infinity superfast broadband package. Can't get BT Infinity? We've got an option for you. Includes BT Sport app and online player.
On our app or online player
Stream the action to your PC or Mac, or get the app to watch it on your smartphone or tablet – all absolutely free with BT Broadband and BT Infinity fibre broadband packages.
The new BT Sport website, www.btsport.com, is now live with a wealth of free sports content, including news, features, full channel listings and much more.
If you're a BT Broadband customer with BT Sport, you can stream the BT Sport channels to your PC or Mac and watch shows and matches again, while the #BTS section of the website lets you interact with BT Sport via social media and polls.
You can also download the new BT Sport app for selected Apple and Android smartphones and tablets, which can be used over 3G, 4G and wi-fi connections and lets you watch live streams, highlights, news and features.
Get help with BT Sport
For help with BT Sport, please go to www.bt.com/help/btsport