BT Sport Score will now be available for free to anyone on Twitter in the United Kingdom throughout the 2017/18 football season.
The show will be streamed via the @btsportscore account and will keep viewers up to date with every goal as it goes in across the Premier League, Football League and FA Cup.
With coverage typically starting at 2.30pm on Saturday afternoons, ahead of BT Sport live Premier League match from 5pm, the show is presented by Mark Pougatch and Jules Breach.
The duo are joined by a host of BT Sport pundits including former Celtic striker Chris Sutton, ex-Wales international Robbie Savage, Tottenham Hotspur favourite Jermaine Jenas and former England international Rachel Brown-Finnis.
Live football will continue to kick off across the BT Sport channels at 12.15pm on Saturdays with a match from the Scottish Premiership or the Vanarama National League leading into BT Sport Score.
The agreement with Twitter will provide potential subscribers with an opportunity to sample our approach and is the latest move by BT Sport aimed at making content available as widely as possible.
Last season’s UEFA Champions League and UEFA Europa League finals were made free to all on YouTube, BTSport.com, the BT Sport app and on TV, underlining our commitment to make sport more accessible to fans.
“We’re delighted to be showing BT Sport Score live on Twitter,” said Simon Green, head of BT Sport.
“This provides Twitter users a great chance to sample our strong programming, who will be able to watch football news and scores as they come in, whether they are at home or on the move. Innovation is at the heart of BT and we look forward to working with Twitter.”
Theo Luke, Director of EMEA Sports Partnerships at Twitter, said: “BT Sport's innovative approach continues to transform the experience for fans on Twitter, a place where football conversation is happening live in real time every day.
“We're extremely excited to collaborate with them to ensure fans on Twitter don't miss a moment of the Saturday afternoon action.”
Viewers will also be able to go head-to-head with the BT Sport Score pundits in our new predictor game which is free for all to play.
Fans will have the chance to win cash prizes and tickets to a number of matches by guessing the results of every Premier League or Scottish Premiership match this season.
You’ll win points according to how close your guesses were to the actual result and climb the leader board to win bragging rights over your friends.
Click here to play for free now!