Eurosport Player 4+


    • 4.6 • 14.4K Ratings
    • Free
    • Offers In-App Purchases


The Eurosport Player lets you watch all your favourite sports coverage on your device, live and on the go. Available on your smartphone, tablet, Apple TV (tvOS) or Chromecast for iOS. Register on to watch everywhere on all devices.

Before you download Eurosport Player, here are some things you need to know:
- A subscription is required to access Eurosport Player.
- You need to be 18 or over to sign in or create a subscription.
- Mobile network and WiFi charges may apply.
- To watch Eurosport Player on a TV you will require Apple TV (tvOS) or Chromecast for iOS.
- Your iTunes Account will be charged when you confirm purchase.
- Your subscription automatically renews unless auto-renew is turned off at least 24-hours before the end of the current period.
- Your iTunes Account will be charged for renewal within 24-hours prior to the end of the current period at the monthly subscription price.
- iTunes Account: You can manage your subscription at any time and auto-renewal may be turned off by going to your Account Settings after purchase.
- Any unused portion of a free trial period, if offered, will be forfeited when you purchase a subscription, where applicable.
- By continuing, you are agreeing to the Terms of Use of Eurosport Player. Please visit them here:

For more information about how we use your personal data, please refer to our Privacy Policy here:
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What’s New

Version 8.19.0

- Bug fixes and enhancements

Ratings and Reviews

4.6 out of 5
14.4K Ratings

14.4K Ratings

GaryJ83 ,

Absolute Rubbish

The app has always been poor in my opinion, navigating the app is not easy and the schedule is unreliable but as a fan of Superbikes I have continued to use it.
A while ago the ability to lock the screen or minimise the app on an iOS device during airplay was removed, I tried to cancel the auto renew subscription but Eurosport make it almost impossible to do this.
Having recently received an email that my subscription has auto renewed again and my payment taken from my account I decided to check that everything was working ok in preparation for the upcoming Superbike season only to find that Eurosport have now removed the ability to airplay at all! WHAT??
No reduction in the subscription cost to reflect the loss of this feature, no notification that this feature had been removed before taking my money and to top it off they still tell you in the app information that you can airplay to Apple TV which is giving incorrect information to potential new subscribers!!
If this was a small business operating like this then some sort of professional body would be investigating them for unfair trading but because it’s a big company they get away with it.
Absolutely disgusting!

Developer Response ,

Hi there, Gary. Thank you for taking the time to write the review. I'm sorry to hear that your experience with the app has not been to your satisfaction. The Airplay function is going to be reinstated in the next couple of updates, therefore, please make sure that you always have the latest versions updated. We would be grateful if you could please contact us via:, via Twitter @EurosportCare, or with a private message via so that we can take a look into the auto-renew for you. Sv

ourfriendelectric ,

Very poor for watching the Olympics

Bought a month just because it was the only way to watch all the events at the Olympics. There is only commentary on their main two channels - everything else is just the noise of the venues. This is preferable for some sports but it’s good to hear commentary on events I’m not familiar with to better understand the rules etc.

There’s also no Picture in Picture mode so I can’t watch something and also do something else. I can’t even minimise the window while I browse other events. I have to stop watching just to see what else is on. Wouldn’t be an issue if there was a PS5 app…

Lastly, it’s really difficult to tell what sports are on. The video titles just say the event name (e.g. “Men’s Qualifying Round” and the competitors’ names but not the actual sport. The only way to know is by looking at a tiny icon in the corner. The icons are based on the official pictograms but are based on Eurosport’s branding so are different enough to be confusing. Even knowing what the sport is it’s really difficult to work out what some of the pictograms represent (the swimming one, for example, is AWFUL).

AlanWestwood ,

Was good, ruined by latest updates

Have used this app for several months with no problems - until the last few updates, not sure exactly when the deterioration occurred. Now, even with a good internet speed and no problems with other apps, and all other apps forced to quit, this one goes only a few minutes before I get a blank screen and “Sorry there was an error with this content. Please try again later.” And virtually always if I close the window and reselect it the coverage returns to normal - for a few minutes before I loose the it again. From being a really good app, its become unusable, and I’ll be cancelling my subscription and if this continues much longer.

Edit: Developers response helpful, in a way. It confirms that it is best to ignore this app and use the Eurosport website player. I have tried many times and subscribing through the Apple Store just doesn’t work. Period. But subscribing through the website works fine, even for this app. But since the app is so fragile, I’m just using the website player now - it works fine. My advice - forget this app altogether and use Safari and the Eurosport website.

Developer Response ,

Hello Alan, I am sorry to hear that you are experiencing difficulties with the Player. We are aware that some customers are experiencing this, and we are currently working on resolving it as quickly as possible. In the meantime, you can still watch from your mobile web browser or on one of our other platforms:
If you have further questions, please contact us: You can also follow us on Twitter @EurosportCare where we will provide an update.

App Privacy

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