Sky Sports Mobile: List Of Compatible Devices

As a massive sports enthusiast, I know how important it is to stay connected to your favourite teams and catch all the action, wherever you are. Sky Sports Mobile is a fantastic solution that lets you do just that. With a Sky Sports subscription or a handy day pass, you can watch live events, highlights and news on your compatible devices. In this article, I’ll guide you through the devices compatible with Sky Sports Mobile, and the requirements to get you started.

Sky Sports Mobile Compatibility and Requirements

Having tried multiple devices, I’ve gathered a comprehensive list to help you find the best way to watch Sky Sports Mobile. Here’s a breakdown of the compatibility and requirements for each platform:

Apple devices (iPhone and iPad):

Sky Sports Mobile is available on iPhone and iPad, offering a seamless viewing experience for sports fans. To enjoy the action on your device, ensure that it runs on iOS/iPadOS 13.0 or later.

Sky Sports International is also accessible on your iPhone and iPad, provided they meet the exact iOS/iPadOS requirements.

Google devices (Android phone and tablet):

Android users can also enjoy Sky Sports on their smartphones and tablets. Go to the Google Play Store and download the Sky Sports App.

For those keen on following live football scores, the Sky Sports Live Football Score Centre/Football Score Centre App is also available for Android phones and tablets.

Apple devices (iPhone) – Score Centre/Football Score Centre:

iPhone users can stay updated with live scores and match events with the Sky Sports Score Centre/Football Score Centre App. Ensure your device runs iOS/iPadOS 13.0 or later to access this app.

Mac and Windows devices:

Sky Sports Mobile is accessible on both Mac and Windows devices. Instead of a dedicated app, users can simply visit the Sky Sports website using a browser to watch live events and access content. Windows users can also make use of the Sky Go App for an enhanced viewing experience.

Watching Sky Sports on Other Devices

You can still access Sky Sports content even if you don’t own an iOS/iPadOS or Android device. Below we’ll discuss two of the most popular streaming services offering Sky Sports access.

Watching Sky Sports on Apple TV via Sky Go App

Great news for Apple TV users! Although there isn’t a dedicated Sky Sports app for Apple TV, you can still watch Sky Sports shows using the Sky Go app. If you have an Apple TV 4K or HD Edition, you can download the Sky Go app from the store and use it to watch Sky Go on your Smart TV.

You’ll also need a Sky Multiscreen or Whole Home subscription to watch Sky Sports on Apple TV. With either of these subscriptions, you can enjoy all your favourite sports content on the big screen.

Sky Sports Channels availability on gaming consoles

As a gamer myself, I was thrilled to discover that you can watch Sky Sports Channels on gaming consoles like PlayStation 4 and 5, Xbox One, and Xbox Series S/X. However, it’s important to note that these consoles have no dedicated standalone app.

To watch Sky Sports on your gaming console, you’ll need one of the following subscriptions:

  • Multiscreen Subscription
  • Sky Go Extra
  • Sky Glass with Whole Home Subscription

With any of these subscriptions, you can access the content via the console’s built-in web browser or compatible apps like Sky Go or Sky Glass.

Sky Sports on Now TV

Now TV is a great way to access Sky Sports content without any lengthy contracts. With NOW, you can enjoy all 11 Sky Sports channels with no contract or set-up costs. Plus, you get 1000 hours of sports highlights and documentaries on demand.

To watch Sky Sports on Now TV, simply create an account at, purchase a Sports Day or Month Membership, download the app and start streaming.

To Recap

This table provides a summary of the information discussed in the article. It highlights the availability of dedicated Sky Sports Apps for various devices and platforms, along with any specific requirements or notes for each.

Device/PlatformDedicated Sky Sports AppRequirements/Notes
Apple iPhone and iPadYesRequires iOS/iPadOS 13.0 or later
MacNoAccess via Sky Sports website or Sky Go App
Google Android phone and tabletYesDownload from Google Play Store
Windows devicesNoAccess via Sky Sports website or Sky Go App
Apple iPhone and iPad (International)YesRequires iOS/iPadOS 13.0 or later
Google Android phone and tablet (Live Football Score Centre)YesDownload from Google Play Store
Apple iPhone (Score Centre/Football Score Centre)YesRequires iOS/iPadOS 13.0 or later
Apple TVNoUse Sky Go App (requires Sky Multiscreen or Whole Home subscription)
PlayStation 4NoUse TV from Sky App with a Multiscreen Subscription, Sky Go Extra, or Sky Glass with Whole Home Subscription
PlayStation 5NoUse Sky Go App with a Multiscreen Subscription, Sky Go Extra, or Sky Glass with Whole Home Subscription
Xbox One and Xbox Series S/XNoUse TV from Sky App with a Multiscreen Subscription, Sky Go Extra, or Sky Glass with Whole Home Subscription
NOW TVNoAccess 11 Sky Sports channels, no contract required. Stream live events, watch on-demand content, and use the free iOS and Android app. Create an account at and choose a Sports Day or Sports Month Membership

With so many options available, finding the best way to watch Sky Sports Mobile has never been easier. Whether you’re an iOS user, Android enthusiast, or simply looking for ways to view the action on your big screen, there’s something here for everyone. So why grab a subscription and start streaming today?

Happy viewing!

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About S. Santos

👋 I'm a technology columnist and blogger with over 10 years of experience, currently serving as Blue Cine Tech's AV Editor. Specialising in gadgets, home entertainment, and personal technology, my work has been featured in top technology blogs. I'm dedicated to breaking down the complexities of the latest tech trends, from explaining the intricacies of Dolby Vision to optimising your streaming experience. This blog serves as a platform for my ongoing exploration of the ever-evolving tech landscape. If you see me at industry events like CES or IFA, feel free to say hello.

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