Sky Sports Red Button Live Streaming and TV Listings
Competitions available on Sky Sports Red Button
England - League Cup (2017-2024)
Germany - Bundesliga (2021-2025)Sky Sports has secured digital and broadcast rights to Germany’s Bundesliga in the UK until the end of the 2024/2025 season following a four-year deal. Sky will show matches across its family of channels, both linear and digital, and will broadcast live one premium match of each round on Sky Sports Football channel.
More detailsOther matches will be shown on other channels, including Sky Sports YouTube.
England - Championship (2017-2024)
England - EFL Trophy (2017-2024)
England - League One (2017-2024)
England - League Two (2017-2024)
Sky Sports Red Button History, Coverage, Features
Sky Sports is a group of television sports channels owned by the satellite pay-tv company Sky. Sky Sports is frequently referred to as the dominant sports brand in the United Kingdom and Ireland, mainly because it has played a major role in commercializing British sport since 1991. One of the most notable examples is their influence to create the Premier League in 1992. The first Sky Sports channel was launched on April 20, 1991.
In the past, Sky Sports used to number its channels to facilitate access to their users, but this approach was dropped in 2017, when the company decided to brand its channels with the sport they are dedicated to cover in most cases.
Sky Sports Red Button is a feature included in some of Sky’s boxes, which allows the user to access interactive content in certain events. The feature, as its name states, works by pushing a red button on the remote control, giving access to features such as different camera angles, language changes, and a multi-angle feed.
In the past, Sky Sports Red Button has been used to enrich the viewer’s experience in some of the world’s most important sports competitions, such as the FIFA World Cup. This feature has also been used to improve the experience of watching a Premier League game at home. The feature has given users access to alternative commentary, the chance to choose the feed each user wanted to watch, and in later dates, the chance to watch any given game working with this feature right from the start, regardless of the moment in which each user tuned into the broadcast.
This feature is not available for all Sky users.
The published listings of live, re-aired, and on-demand match and program events published on this website are broadcast by the official rights holders. They are available on various platforms such as terrestrial TV, radio, cable, satellite, IPTV, mobile and desktop apps. Where possible, we will provide links to the streaming events available on the platforms provided by the official broadcasters. Please note that in many cases, a digital subscription or user authentication with a TV or internet provider will be required. We endeavor to provide as accurate and detailed broadcast information as possible. However, broadcast schedules are subject to change at any time. If you find incorrect or missing information, please let us know