Sky Sports Connection Numbers
|Head Office||0843 208 4486|
|Sky Sports News Complaints||0843 208 4489|
|Programming||0843 208 4491|
By calling the above numbers, we can connect you to those Sky Sports departments. All calls to this number cost 7 pence per minute, plus your telephone network access charge. Please note we are not associated with any of the companies listed on this website. We offer a call connection service.
Sky Sports Head Office Address
|Head Office||Grant Way
Sky Sports Head Office Opening Times
|Head Office||9am to 9pm Monday to Friday and from 10am to 7pm on Saturday and Sunday.|
About Sky Sports
Sky Sports is a group of sports programmes on television, owned by Sky plc. Sky Sports is available both in the UK and Ireland and works by a user subscribing for a fee. Since being established in 1991 after a re-brand of ‘The Sports Channel’, Sky Sports has contributed greatly to the commercialisation of British sport. Sky Sports has four different main channels (Sky Sports 1, 2, 3 & 4) but also has plenty of additions and the Sky packages usually provide 8 different Sky Sports channels in total.
Reasons to Call the Sky Sports Head Office
- I want to install Sky Sports onto my phone or TV
- I have a complaint to make about Sky Sports
- I have seen something inappropriate on Sky Sports
- I have paid for Sky Sports but it does not appear to be working
- I want to cancel my subscription with Sky Sports
- I have Sky Sports but it doesn’t work on my television
- I am interested in a career with Sky Sports
Sky Sports News
Sky Sports news is a news television channel that brings sporting news to its viewers for 24 hours a day. The channel does focus on football but shows a range of different sports at different times. The news programme is always presented by two presenters at a desk, reporting on the goings on in the sporting world that day and showing playback clips of matches as well as snippets from interviews. If you are looking information about a certain game in particular or want to find out about a wider range of sport to the ones being discussed, then check out the tabs that move across the bottom of the screen for further information. If you have paid for Sky Sports News as part of your Sky package but are not picking it up on your TV/are experiencing a fuzzy picture then please call the contact number where this can be sorted as soon as possible. The very first Sky Sports News bulletin was broadcast on the 1st October 1998. You can check out everything you need to know about Sky Sports News online on the Sky Sports website including what is coming up on Sky News by either watching ‘Sky Sports Now’ or ‘Sky Sports Today’. If you want to watch any of these streams, you can click the link on the website and either choose to ‘get Sky Sports’ or choose to watch with a pass which will entitle you to a day’s, week’s or month’s worth of news. The Sky Sports pass is instant as soon as you sign up and you can get it from as little as £6.99. If you have purchased a Sky Sports Pass and find it is not working instantly, please call the contact number and your issue will be resolved or you will receive a refund. The website will tell you the prices of each pass and the benefits that will be included in the passes, such as being able to watch the content on more than one device. Be sure to read the terms and conditions and legal information before you sign up and call the contact number if you come across anything that you don’t understand.
Sky Sports Subscriptions
To sign up for Sky Sports if you are an existing customer of Sky, is very simple and Sky will only charge you an extra £27.50 per month or £18 a month if you already have Sky Cinema. If you are new to Sky and want to sign up for the first time and include Sky Sports in the package, you will pay £49.50 per month from the get go, but this will include some exciting gifts such as a free 32″ LG TV. The Sky website tells you exactly what you get for the prices that you are paying, in full detail but some of the main features include access to 126 Premier League games and a whopping total of 8 Sky Sports channels. Contrary to popular belief, you do not have to be registered with Sky to have Sky Sports and you can add Sky Sports onto a number of different services, including Virgin. To add Sky Sports onto Virgin Media, visit the Virgin Media website where you can add up to six Sky Sports channels onto your TV.
Sky Sports TV Guide
If you head to the Sky website and search for their TV guide, you can then select to view the listings for Sky Sports. The TV guide is set out like a table telling you exactly what is on during each day and at what time. If you spot any mistakes on the Sky Sports TV guide or find it doesn’t match up to what is actually showing on the TV, then please call the contact number so that this can be investigated.
Sky Sports Transfer Centre
If you want to stay updated with all the latest transfer news from the football world, then the Sky Sports Transfer centre is a great place to visit. Not only does it provide news it also provides a live blog so you can find out all of the news and gossip as it happens. Please call the contact number if you are struggling to view the live stream or have a complaint to make about any of its content.
Sky Sports Fantasy
Sky Sports Fantasy is a free way of having the opportunity to manage your own team. To join, head to the Fantasy website and click ‘join’ where you can then register your details. You can then begin to pick and manage your team, checking the leaderboard to know how your team is doing at any one time. If you are struggling to use this feature and need some help, simply head to the ‘help’ category where there will be someone available to chat live with. There is also a number of FAQ’s you can look at to see if anyone is experiencing any similar issues to you. Sky Fantasy League is a great online gaming feature which can teach you a lot about the world of football – anyone can sign up! A number of prizes are available for winning teams such as FIFA ’17 and a PS4.
Sky Sports App
The Sky Sports App is a great way of keeping up to date with the world of sport, whilst on the go. The App is available for both iPhone and Android, as well as Windows Phones and iPads. The app features a ‘top stories’ page containing breaking or most talked about news as and when it happens. The app contains exclusive video content that is not available to watch anywhere else. Here you can see exclusive interviews with Sky Sports News presenters as well as clips from games and reactions to the top stories. It really is a great, compact way of staying in the loop. Even better, it is free to download – simply log into your account when you enter the app.