BT Sport Roku: How To Watch it in Australia in 2022?


Are you wondering how to get BT Sport Roku on your Roku streaming devices? Well, your search has landed you at the right place! This guide will explain how to get your favorite sports channel BT Sport on Roku devices in Australia in a few simple steps.

If you are crazy for live sporting action and news, then BT Sport is a channel exclusively made to fulfill your sports streaming needs. It lets you binge-watch tons of thrilling action from your favorite sports through several portable streaming devices.

What is BT Sport? It’s a subscription-based sports streaming platform that operates in the UK and Ireland. BT Sport is home to English Premier League, UEFA Europa League, UEFA Champions League, Serie A, MotoGP, UFC, WWE, Six Nations Rugby Championship, and other sports.

Unfortunately, BT Sport is a geo-restricted platform that is exclusively available in the UK. You will need a premium VPN app like ExpressVPN to access BT Sport in Australia and you’ll never have to face BT Sports not working with VPN issues. You can subscribe to a monthly pass to stream BT Sport in Australia for GB£25 (AUD 44.77)/month with no contract.

Sadly, there’s no BT Sport free trial available as of now, but it’s occasionally offered as a promotion. Let’s find out how to watch the BT Sport channel on Roku in Australia.

BT Sport Roku: Is BT Sport Available on Roku to Watch?

Yes, BT Sport is now available to watch on Roku devices. If your Roku device is 4K enabled, you can even enjoy loads of exciting sporting action in ultra-HD quality. You can download the BT Sport Roku app from the official Roku Channel Store to access the channel on your Roku device.

There are two ways to get BT Sport on Roku. Either directly download the app on your Roku device, or you can opt for the screen mirroring method to watch BT sport through your mobile phone (iOS or Android).

However, bear in mind that if you haven’t already downloaded BT Sport app on Roku, and you are currently in Australia, a VPN app will be required to get the app on your device due to geo-restrictions.

Let’s explore the two methods to watch BT Sport on Roku.

How to Watch BT Sport on Roku in Australia?

BT Sport is available under the Sports category in the Roku Channel Store. Existing subscribers can sign in and access the BT Sport app on Roku at no additional cost. However, if you are a new customer, you will need to buy a subscription first to access the live stream.

It’s important to note that you’ll need a premium VPN subscription like ExpressVPN to watch BT Sport on Roku when you’re in Australia as it is a geo-restricted platform.

Follow the steps given below to watch BT Sport by directly downloading it on your Roku device:

1. Connect your Roku device with your Smart TV using an HDMI port.

2. Now turn on your Smart TV and Roku device.

3. From the home menu of your Roku device, access the official Roku Channel Store.

4. Type BT Sport in the search tab and wait for the results to appear.


Type BT Sport in the search bar.

5. Click on the BT Sport app from the list.

6. Tap on the “Add Channel” button to download the BT Sport app on your Roku device.

7. Launch BT Sport and sign in with your username and password.

8. Find your favorite game and start streaming BT Sport on Roku in Australia.


Once signed in, you can start streaming your favorite sports events with BT Sport on Roku.

Note: Use a VPN app and connect to a UK server before downloading the BT Sport app because it won’t be accessible in Australia due to geo-restrictions.

Cast BT Sport on Roku Using Smartphone

If you don’t want to add the BT Sport channel to your Roku device, you can also use it by casting your smartphone screen on Roku. Before you do that, first access the Settings of your Roku device and turn on the screen mirroring option for BT Sport Roku.

Cast BT Sport on Roku Using Android

If you are an Android user, follow these steps to cast BT Sport on your Roku device:

1. Connect your Roku device and smartphone to a common Wi-Fi network.

2. Download the BT Sport app on your phone and log in.

3. Play the video you want to watch and select the Cast icon.


Choose the cast option on your Android phone.

4. Wait for it to search the available devices and select your Roku device once it appears on the list.

5. Instantly, your Android screen will appear on the big screen through Roku.

6. Enjoy BT Sport Roku using Android!

Cast BT Sport on Roku Using iPhone

Follow the steps given below to cast the BT Sport app on Roku through your iPhone:

1. Connect your iPhone and Roku device to a common Wi-Fi network.

2. Download the BT Sport app on your iPhone and sign in with your credentials.

3. Access the control center from your iPhone and tap on the Screen Mirroring button.


Select the screen mirroring option.

4. Select your Roku device listed among the nearby devices.

5. Start the video you want to watch.

6. You will get the iPhone screen mirrored on your Smart TV through Roku.

7. Enjoy the BT Sport Roku combination using iPhone!

How Much Does BT Sport Cost on Roku?

BT Sport offers different subscription plans that you can choose from. Its most popular plan is the BT Sport Monthly pass which costs GB£25 (AUD 44.77) per month. Live coverage from BT Sport (HD) 1, 2, and 3, BoxNation, AMC Premiere, and ESPN HD comes standard with all subscription plans.


You can compare the different BT Sport packages.

Let’s explore various BT sport plans in detail separately:

Sport: Costs GB£16 (AUD 28.65) per month (24-month contract). Comes with all BT Sports channels as well as BoxNation. You will also get a recordable TV box and instant access to the BT Sport app.

Big Sport: Costs GB£41 (AUD 73.42) per month (24-month contract). Includes all BT Sport channels, Sky Sports (all channels) via NOW TV, Eurosport 1 & 2, and BoxNation.

Monthly Pass: Costs GB£25 (AUD 44.77) per month (no contract). Doesn’t require BT broadband and offers all BT Sports channels. You can cancel this plan at any time.  You can always cancel BT Sport subscription whenever you want.


Although there are a few basic differences between Roku and Fire Stick, those only influence your selection based on your personal preferences.
For example, Roku is preferred by cord-cutters due to its several free channels, while Amazon Prime subscribers tend to incline toward Firestick.

No, you don’t necessarily need a smart TV for BT Sport Roku. Even with a conventional TV set, Roku devices can be connected using an HDMI cable that is designed to transmit your audio and video.

Yes, you can use Roku on a non-smart TV to watch BT Sport. You can easily connect your Roku device to your simple TV set with the help of an HDMI cable and watch live football on BT Sport.


There is a massive zeal for sports throughout the world. If you also happen to be a sports junkie and are looking for an ideal streaming platform that will feed you extensive live sports coverage and updates, the Roku BT Sport combination is the best.

BT Sport is available on several streaming devices, including Firestick,  Apple TV, Game Consoles, Chromecast, NOW TV, and Smart TVs. Now you can also get the BT Sport Roku app to watch your favorite sports content on your big screens in Australia.

This article will help you set up BT Sport on your Roku device. In case you still have any queries left, feel free to reach out.

Joshua Garner

Joshua calls himself nerd+geek who is also passionate about football. He enjoys comics, animes, and science fiction. He finds his comfort in writing about suspense, thrillers and science fiction shows and movies.

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