The true cost of watching sport in 2021

And then there’s the fight of the century between Tyson Fury and Anthony Joshua. BT and Sky will both claim the fight due to their respective relationships with both boxers.

The fight will either be shown on both box office channels simultaneously or split between the two as part of the two-fight deal.

After a year in which everyone had to stay at home for their sport, the worst-case fees this summer add up as follows:

The main actors:

All 11 channels, £39 per month (18 month contract)

All 11 channels with BT Sport, £52 per month (18 month contract)

All channels, £25 per month (monthly pass, no upfront cost)

All channels plus BoxNation, £15 per month (24 month contract)

All channels plus BoxNation and all Sky Sports channels from NOW TV Sky Sports Pass, £40 per month (24 month contract)

  • BBC TV License – an average of £13.12 per month
  • ITV, Channel 4 and 5 – free to receive
  • Amazon Prime – £7.99 per month
  • ESPN – £4.15 per month
  • Top Sport – £8.25 per month
  • Eurosport – £4.99 per month (minimum)
  • racing television – £24.98 per month
  • Sky Sports box office – £24.95 (Price for Joshua vs. Pulev)
  • BT sports fund – £24.95 (Price for Wilder vs Fury 2)
  • DAZN – £1.99 (starting price)
  • Discovery+ – unconfirmed but average price elsewhere is in the £5 per month range
  • EFL iFollow – (available during the pandemic with most Championship clubs charging £10 per game) £20 per month on average The true cost of watching sport in 2021

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