Sky Sports streams all of the major sports events that include cricket, football, F1, boxing, golf, rugby, NBA, racing, tennis, NFL, and other sports matches. Even you can stream the Premiere League matches live via Sky Sports app. In addition, you can access all the 11 Sky Sports networks live as well. You can access all of these sports content for free with the Sky Sports app on Roku. All you need to do is install the Sky Sports app and log in with the participating cable TV provider.

Can you Get Sky Sports on Roku?

The Sky Sports app is not yet made available for Roku. But you don’t have to worry as NOW TV on Roku offers Sky Sports under its subscription plans. To get Sky Sports via NOW TV platform, you need to subscribe to the Sports membership plan at £25 per month. Then, you can access 11 of the Sky Sports network’s channels. To subscribe to NOW TV, you need to visit https://www.nowtv.com/watch-sky-sports-online.

How to Watch Sky Sports on Roku?

There are two ways to watch Sky Sports on Roku: They are:

  • By adding Now TV
  • Screen Mirroring the Sky Sports app

Adding NOW TV on Roku to Watch Sky Sports

1. Turn on the Roku device and click the Home button on the remote.

2. On the Roku home screen, select Streaming channels.

Select Streaming Channels

3. Under the streaming channels section, click Search channels.

Select Search Channels

4. Now, enter NOW TV into the search box and press the OK button on your remote.

5. Select NOW TV from the suggestion list.

6. Click Add channel button to download and install the app.

7. Once the NOW TV channel is installed, select the OK button from the prompt.

8. Now, select Go to Channel to launch the app on Roku.

Activate NOW TV on Roku to Watch Sky Sports

1. Once you launch the NOW TV app, you will get an activation code or click on the Login button to generate one.

2. Then, go to https://www.nowtv.com/activate on a web browser, either on a PC or smartphone.

3. Enter the displayed code in the box and click the Let’s go button.

Activate NOW TV on Roku

4. Next, sign in to your Now TV subscription account to activate the NOW TV app.

5. Once activated, go back to the NOW TV app and search for Sky Sports.

6. Now, choose any sports event you want to watch and enjoy streaming your favorites on the big screen.

How to Screen Mirror Sky Sports to Roku

If you don’t want to subscribe to Now TV to watch Sky Sports, you can screen mirror the Sky Sports app from Android or iOS devices. To do that, first, you have to enable the screen mirroring on Roku.

Screen Mirror Sky Sports to Roku from Android Devices

1. Initiate the same wifi network connection between the Android device and Roku.

2. Next, install the Sky Sports app from the Google Play Store.

Install the Sky Sports app

3. Now, go to the Notification Panel and tap on the Cast icon.

Tap on the Cast icon

4. After that, choose your Roku device from the list of available devices.

5. Now, your Android device’s screen will be mirrored to Roku.

6. Launch the Sky Sports app and sign in to your account.

7. Finally, you can mirror your favorite sports content from Sky Sports to your TV.

Screen mirror Sky Sports on Roku

Screen Mirror Sky Sports to Roku from iOS Devices

You need to enable the AirPlay option to screen mirror the iOS device to Roku.

Quick Tip: To enable the AirPlay option, go to Settings > Apple AirPlay and HomeKit. From the Apple AirPlay and HomeKit Settings, enable the AirPlay option.

1. From the App Store, install the Sky Sports app.

Install the Sky Sports app

2. Next, connect your iOS device and Roku to the same wifi network.

3. Now, open the Control Center and tap on the Screen Mirroring icon.

4. From the available devices list, choose your Roku device.

Tap on Screen Mirroring

5. Open the Sky Sports app and sign in with your cable TV provider account.

6. Finally, you can mirror the sports content to your Roku.

FAQ

1. Can you watch F1 with Sky Sports app?

Yes, you can watch F1 matches with the Sky Sports app.

2. Is Sky Sports on Roku free?

No, you need to subscribe to NOW TV to watch Sky Sports.