What’s on Sky Sports this month? Your essential viewing schedule

Top watches for the sporting month ahead.

Another month brings another lot of top live sports on Sky Sports. Check out what’s coming up on Sky Sports this month across their 12 channels.

Football on Sky Sports

The domestic football season is still yet to return which means no live football on Sky Sports this month.

The UEFA European Championship and Olympic football tournaments are the highlights for the month, but neither will be shown live on any of Sky Sports channels.

Formula 1 on Sky Sports

Formula 1 logo with an F1 car.

British Grand Prix | 5th - 7th July | Sky Sports F1

The last race of the thrilling first triple-header of the season, the iconic Silverstone circuit will play host to what is sure to be an exciting British Grand Prix.

With five different race winners so far this season and an enthralling championship battle on our hands, this race will no doubt be a must-watch.

Hungarian Grand Prix | 19th - 21st July | Sky Sports F1

Last year’s Hungarian Grand Prix was quite possibly the most boring race of the season, but that is sure to not be the case this time around.

With four teams seemingly very close in performance and the Hungaroring prone to deliver thrilling races, expect a barnstormer this year.

Belgian Grand Prix | 26th - 28th July | Sky Sports F1

The last race before the summer break, the Belgian Grand Prix at the Circuit of Spa-Francorchamps is always a fan-favourite. 

Should the weather stay nice (looking at you, 2021 Belgian GP), the nature of the track is sure to produce an exciting race that you won’t want to miss.

Cricket on Sky Sports

England Women vs New Zealand Women series | 26th June – 17th July | Sky Sports Cricket & Main Event

The England Women’s cricket team is currently in action against New Zealand Women. The series started in late June but is continuing on until the middle of this month.

The series will start with three ODI’s before changing to five T20 matches. Here are all the dates:

  • 1st ODI – 26th June
  • 2nd ODI – 30th June
  • 3rd ODI – 3rd July
  • 1st T20 – 6th July
  • 2nd T20 – 9th July
  • 3rd T20 – 11th July
  • 4th T20 – 13th July
  • 5th T20 – 17th July

England vs West Indies Men’s Test series | 10th - 30th July | Sky Sports Cricket & Main Event

England’s Test team is back in action as they welcome the West Indies for the three-game series.

The squad for the first two matches has been set, most notably with Chris Woakes returning to the squad as Ben Foakes and Jonny Bairstow are dropped.

It will be a rather poignant series though as it will feature the last match of James Anderson’s stellar international career. His side will be hoping for a positive result in that game as well as the series, not just for him but to get the squad going again ahead of the summer schedule.

  • 1st Test: 10th-14th July, Lord’s Cricket Ground
  • 2nd Test: 18th-22nd July, Trent Bridge
  • 3rd Test: 26th-30th July, Edgbaston

The Hundred | 23rd July - 18th August | Sky Sports Cricket, Main Event & Mix

Get ready for another season of blockbuster entertainment as The Hundred returns later this month.

The original 100-ball format competition designed to entice new audiences has been since its inception in 2021 and is set to have another brilliant year this year.

Golf on Sky Sports

A golf ball on the green near a hole with the flag in.

Genesis Scottish Open | 11th - 14th July | Sky Sports Golf

The leadup to the Open Championship will see many PGA Tour players compete in the European Tour’s Genesis Scottish Open, a high-level event which takes place at Renaissance Club in North Berwick, Scotland.

Reigning champion Rory McIlroy will be looking to retain his title but will face stern opposition from other top players and major winners alike, such as Xander Schuaffele, Jordan Spieth, Matt Fitzpatrick and Ludvig Aberg.

Amundi Evian Championship | 11th - 14th July | Sky Sports Golf & Mix

On the same weekend but at the Evian Resort Golf Club in France, the ladies of the LPGA Tour will be competing for the fourth major championship of the season in the Amundi Evian Championship.

There have been three different major winners so far this season, will it be four from four with this one too?

The Open Championship | 18th - 21st July | Sky Sports Golf & Main Event

Arguably the most prestigious golf major on the calendar, the Open Championship is set to take place once again at Royal Troon Golf Club in Troon, Scotland.

While not quite on par with the legendary Old Course at St. Andrews, Royal Troon’s own Old Course does provide a challenge, so expect to see the very best from the field during this year’s competition.

Tennis on Sky Sports

Wimbledon, the oldest tennis competition in the world, has begun today, but as usual, it will not be shown on Sky Sports.

Following Wimbledon, July will not feature many high-level events in the ATP or WTA Tour calendars, most likely due in part to the Olympics, which will begin later this month and will act as essentially the fifth Grand Slam of the year.

Live action on Sky Sports

Illustration showing Sky Sports Live on a TV.

World Matchplay Darts | 13th - 21st July | Sky Sports Action & Main Event

One part of the darts Triple Crown, the World Matchplay tournament has been hotly contested in recent years and should be no different this year.

With the young sensation that is Luke Littler catching everyone's attention and making any darts contest something of a must-see occasion, this major championship will be one to tune in to.

Sky Sports channels

There are 12 Sky Sports channels in total, with three coming free with all Sky TV packages. The full channel list is:

  • Sky Sports Main Event (401)
  • Sky Sports Premier League (402)
  • Sky Sports Football (403)
  • Sky Sports Cricket (404)
  • Sky Sports Golf (405)
  • Sky Sports F1 (406)
  • Sky Sports Tennis (407)
  • Sky Sports Action (408)
  • Sky Sports News (409, free channel )
  • Sky Sports Arena (412)
  • Sky Sports Racing (415, free channel)
  • Sky Sports Mix (416, free channel)

How to watch Sky Sports

There are multiple ways you can watch Sky Sports depending on device and even on provider.

Sky Sports is available to watch on Sky TV, as well as via the Sky Sports app on various devices. You can also purchase Sky Sports on other providers, including NOW TV, Virgin Media and BT.

Sky Sports on Sky TV

Sky Sports is available as an add-on to Sky TV and can be purchased as such on an existing package or bought together as part of a package for new customers.

Sky Sports on various devices

The Sky Sports app is available on multiple devices, including mobile, tablet and consoles. You can also watch Sky Sports online via the Sky Sports video player.

Sky Sports on NOW TV

NOW TV offers various Sky Memberships, which include Sky Sports. There are a number of options for these memberships, including no contract options so you can choose how long you want to keep yours for.

Sky Sports on Virgin Media

You can purchase Sky Sports on Virgin Media the same way you can with Sky TV – it is available as an add-on to any package or as part of one of their pre-made packages.

Sky Sports on BT

Sky Sports is available on BT via a NOW TV Sports Membership that can be added to a package or included in a pre-made package.

How much is Sky Sports?

Sky Sports' monthly cost varies depending on your chosen provider and whether you want a rolling or fixed contract, or if you want to choose a bundled package.

Sky TV

  • £20 a month (18-months) or £25 a month (31-day rolling)
  • Sky Stream Entertainment & Netflix + Sky Sports – £43 a month, 18-months
  • Sky Stream Entertainment & Netflix + Sky Sports & Cinema – £51 a month, 18-months
  • Sky Stream Entertainment & Netflix + Sky Sports + Superfast Broadband – £58 a month, 18-months
  • Sky Stream Entertainment & Netflix + Sky Sports + Full Fibre 100 – £58 a month, 18-months
  • Sky Stream Entertainment & Netflix + Sky Sports + Superfast Broadband – £58 a month, 18-months
  • Sky Stream Entertainment & Netflix + Sky Sports + Ultrafast Broadband – £60 a month, 18-months
  • Sky Stream Entertainment & Netflix + Sky Sports + Ultrafast Plus Broadband – £64 a month, 18-months


  • Day Membership – £14.99 one-off payment
  • Flexible Month Membership – £34.99 a month, 31-day rolling contract
  • 6-Month Saver membership – £26 a month, six-month minimum term
  • Fab Fibre + Sky Sports Membership – £50.99 a month, 12-months
  • Super Fibre + Sky Sports Membership – £50.99 a month, 12-months

Virgin Media

  • Sky Sports SD, £31.75 or Sky Sports HD, £38.75
  • Bigger Combo Bundle + Sports HD – £71 a month, 18-months
  • Bigger Combo Volt Bundle + Sports HD – £75.99, 18-months
  • Biggest Combo Volt Bundle – £89 a month, 18-months
  • Mega Volt Bundle – £84.99 a month, 18-months
  • Biggest Combo Volt Bundle – £89 a month, 18-months


  • NOW Sports on BT – £34.99, 1-month rolling
  • Sport + Fibre 2 – £56.99 a month, 24-months
  • Full Works + Fibre 2 – £61.99, 3-months

Note: The prices listed above are correct as of 04/06/2024. Some are deal prices, not full standard prices. Be sure to check the package price before purchasing. Upfront costs may apply.

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