BT Sport website and app go live

Sport fans can now enjoy a range of news, features and video content on the new
  • video BT Sport app
    Last updated: 28 August 2013, 08:37 BST

    Take a look at the new BT Sport website, where you'll find sports news and features, a guide to programmes on our television channels and you can watch a range of video content.

    Some of our video is for BT Sport subscribers only. For example, you'll have to be logged in using your BT ID details before you can watch BT Sport 1, BT Sport 2 and ESPN live online.

    Although everyone can watch some of our video clips, our premium content - such as the BT Sport Premier League match highlights - will be for subscribers.

    If you don't have a BT ID or you've forgotten your details, have a look at the BT Sport help pages.
    And if you want to subscribe to BT Sport, you can find out how to do so at

    Our team of digital producers is based in BT Sport's new studios on the Queen Elizabeth Olympic Park in east London.

    We work closely with our television channels production teams and external content suppliers such as the Press Association to bring you video and written material from around the world. BT Sport Twitter account

    The #BTS section of the website gives people the chance to interact with BT Sport in social media conversations and polls. You can follow BT Sport on Facebook and Twitter.

    The BT Sport app is available for iOS and Android and works on smartphones and tablets. You can download it from the Apple app store and the Google Play store.

    To watch live streaming, video on demand content, the full range of video clips, the second-screen BT Sport’s live Premier League companion service and exclusive streaming of events on the BT Sport website, you'll need to log in with your BT ID. You'll also need a BT ID to access the BT Sport app.

    If you haven't set up a BT ID or can't remember your password, visit the My BT section of for help.

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    Last updated: 28 August 2013, 08:37 BST

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