BT Sport has unveiled two brand new Saturday football shows that will sandwich its exclusive 5.30pm live Premier League action as part of an exciting new TV and live streaming schedule for this season.


'BT Sport Score', which will kick off every Saturday at 2.30pm, will see viewers kept up to date with all the latest live scores from across the UK and Europe, including the FA Women's Super League (WSL).

Presenter Mark Pougatch will be joined by a host of BT Sport pundits such as Jermaine Jenas, Harry Kewell, Robbie Savage, Harry Redknapp, David James and ex-referee Howard Webb.

Further guests will include current managers, recently retired players and former referees, as well as ex-players and leading figures from the WSL game. The show will also include fantasy football updates.

Following its conclusion at 5pm on Saturdays, BT Sport will then broadcast an exclusively live Premier League game, starting with Manchester City v Sunderland on August 13th.

The 2016/17 season will see BT Sport showing more Premier League games than ever before in addition to its exclusive coverage of elite European competitions including the UEFA Champions League and UEFA Europa League.

Following the live Premier League broadcast, presenter Jake Humphrey and the pundits will bring the curtain down on the day’s action at 8pm with ‘Premier League Tonight’.

The new show will feature discussion and analysis of the day’s key stories.  

And before all that even happens, live football will kick off on BT Sport at 12:15pm on Saturdays with a match from the Ladbrokes Scottish Professional Football League or the Vanarama National League.

Simon Green, head of BT Sport, said: “Football fans can look forward to a topical feast of football on Saturday on BT Sport with exciting new shows alongside fantastic exclusively live action.

"This season we will show more Premier League games than ever before at the new kick off time of 5.30pm.

“BT Sport Score will keep people up-to-date with all the news whilst offering diverse opinions in a relaxed and informal way.

"Premier League Tonight will also talk about the best action and dissect any controversial moments from the day from 8pm on a Saturday evening.”

The new season will also see BT Sport showing more Ultra HD games than ever before, with at least three live games each week from football and rugby union.

This will include every Premier League game, at least 60 Aviva Premiership rugby games, at least 30 Vanarama National League games and ten WSL games.

Home matches for British teams in the UEFA Champions League will also be shown at least once during group stages and the UEFA Europa League will also be broadcast in Ultra HD, as well as live speedway, hockey and the popular weekly studio show Rugby Tonight.

As a result of the new-look Saturday on BT Sport, Aviva Premiership rugby union games will move to BT Sport 2.

BT Sport is also showing its first international cricket, with Australia taking on South Africa during the autumn and winter months.

An enhanced version of the BT Sport app is also available to download, with further information available here.