Aug 102014
 

From 6am on Saturday 16 August through to 6am Sunday 17 August Sky customers can watch all seven Sky Sports channels for free.

So those with subscriptions that do not currently have the Sky Sports pack will be able to watch all seven Sky Sports channels for free for a day.

This coincides with the first day of the new Premier League season.

All Sky customers will be able to watch the following for free:

Live Premier League Football
Arsenal v Crystal Palace, 4.45pm Sky Sports 1 (channel 402)
Our first live top flight game of 2014-15 features an Arsenal side bolstered by the arrival of £35m forward Alexis Sanchez. They take on Crystal Palace, a team revitalised under Tony Pulis and more than capable of causing an upset.

Soccer Saturday
Sky Sports News HQ, 12noon (channel 401)
Join Jeff Stelling and the gang for the essential Saturday afternoon football show with expert analysis, live scores, results and the afternoon’s biggest football stories.

Saturday Night Football
Game of the Day, 8pm Sky Sports 1 (402)
The standout game from the 3pm Premier League matches will be shown in full.

Saturday Night Football
Match Choice, 10pm Sky Sports 1 (402)
Extended highlights from all of the 3pm Premier League matches including Leicester v Everton, QPR v Hull, Stoke v Aston Villa, West Brom v Sunderland and West Ham v Spurs.

Live Scottish Premiership Football
Celtic v Dundee United, 12.30pm, Sky Sports 3 (channel 404)
The champions first home game of the SPL campaign sees Celtic take a Dundee United side that finished fourth last season.

FL72 Live
Leeds v Middlesbrough, 12noon Sky Sports 1 (402)
Nobody quite knows what to expect at Elland Road this year while Boro are will be looking to challenge for a top six finish.

Live Test Cricket
England v India, 10.30am Sky Sports 2 (channel 403)
Day two from fifth and final test from The Oval in what so far proved to be a series packed with drama and controversy.

Live Rugby Union
Australia v New Zealand, 10.30am Sky Sports 4 (405)
The much anticipated first match in this year’s Rugby Championship sees the mighty All Blacks travel to Sydney to face the Wallabies. You can also see South Africa v Argentina at 3.30pm, on Sky Sports 3 (404).

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