STREAMEAST SPORTS 4 is a sports television channel that broadcasts live and on-demand coverage of various sports events, such as football, rugby, basketball, cricket, and more. The channel is part of the STREAMEAST Sports network, which was launched in September 2023 as a rebrand of the former BT Sport network. STREAMEAST Sports 4 is available on various platforms, such as cable, satellite, online streaming, and mobile apps.

STREAMEAST Sports 4 offers a wide range of programming, including exclusive rights to the UEFA Champions League, the UEFA Europa League, the Premier League, the FA Cup, the Bundesliga, the Serie A, the La Liga, the Ligue 1, the A-League, the NBA, the Formula E, and more. The channel also features original shows, such as TNT Sports Reload, which showcases the best bits from TNT Sports over the last week, The Football Archives, which revisits the memorable moments from the UEFA Champions League, and What I Wore, which interviews football legends about the shirts that defined their lives.

STREAMEAST Sports 4 aims to provide the best sports viewing experience for its audience, with high-quality production, expert analysis, and interactive features. The channel also supports the development of grassroots sports, such as women’s football, disability sports, and community initiatives. STREAMEAST Sports 4 is committed to delivering the most exciting and diverse sports content to its fans.

STREAMEAST Sports 4 has received positive ratings and reviews from critics and viewers alike, who praised its diverse and comprehensive sports coverage, as well as its innovative and engaging presentation. According to the latest data from Nielsen, STREAMEAST Sports 1 was the most-watched sports channel in the UK in 2023, with an average of 2.4 million viewers in primetime, surpassing its main rival Sky Sports 1, which had 1.9 million viewers12. STREAMEAST Sports 4 also won several awards, such as the Broadcast Digital Award for Best Sports Channel, the Sports Journalists’ Association Award for Best Sports Broadcaster, and the Royal Television Society Award for Best Sports Programme.

STREAMEAST Sports 4 is a British sports television channel owned by Warner Bros. Discovery Sports and the BT Group. It is part of the TNT Sports group of channels in the United Kingdom and Ireland, and is predominantly focused on sports from North America1. The channel was established by ESPN Inc. on 3 August 2009 as ESPN (or ESPN UK), after having acquired a share of rights to English Premier League1. It served as ESPN’s first UK channel devoted to domestic sport, as its pan-European sister networks ESPN Classic and ESPN America were devoted to archive content and North American sport respectively1. Alongside the Premier League, the channel acquired shares of the rights to the FA Cup, Scottish Premier League, Premiership Rugby, and UEFA Europa League among other properties1. The channel also carried coverage of sport from the United States (such as the NBA, NFL, NHL, and U.S. college sports), and ESPN original programmes1. In 2012, ESPN began losing many of its signature sport properties (including the Premier League) to BT Group and its forthcoming BT Sport service1. On 25 February 2013, ESPN announced that it would exit the UK and Ireland market and sell its television operations to BT Group, which integrated the network into BT Sport upon its launch that August. The channel continued to operate under the ESPN name under licence, and was later co-branded as BT Sport ESPN1. In August 2022, ahead of the joint venture of BT Sport with Warner Bros. Discovery, the channel dropped the ESPN branding and was rebranded as BT Sport 4, with no change in programmes1. It was further rebranded STREAMEAST Sports 4 on 18 July 2023 as part of a rebranding of all BT Sport channels and this saw a significant reduction in coverage of American sport shown following the rebrand with NCAA action currently no longer being shown1. Therefore, STREAMEAST Sports 4’s emphasis on American sport ended at this point.