At this time, there are no live televised football matches on Sky Sports Ultra HDR but we show a history on our TV Guide of the last matches that could be seen on Sky Sports Ultra HDR.
We will update this Sky Sports Ultra HDR agenda on TV when they confirm this on the official media outlets. We can then list the upcoming matches televised live and direct.
Since the beginning of this website, we have published 1545 football matches televised live by Sky Sports Ultra HDR.
The first published match was on Friday 30 September 2016 between Everton - Crystal Palace.
The most televised competition on this channel has been Premier League with a total of 957 games and the three most televised teams are Liverpool (150), Manchester Utd. (149), Arsenal (145).
Sky Sports Ultra HD is a British pay television channel that is part of the sports content package on the Sky platform.
Ultra HD (4K) is a high-quality video format, with an image resolution of 3840 x 2160 pixels at 50 frames per second, which is four times the number of high definition. It allows the viewer to enjoy the content with greater clarity and detail. The difference between the two is noticeable especially on televisions 55 inches or more.
In 2013, Sky Sports began conducting internal tests with football matches or the Ryder Cup of golf to study the possibility of broadcasting with this image quality.
Sky Sports Ultra HD broadcasts officially kicked off for the 2016-17 season with 124 Premier League matches, the Formula 1 World Cup qualifying and free practice sessions, and some cricket matches.
Through the channel's signal, it has been possible to see the most important matches of English club competitions, such as the Premier League, the Championship, League One or the Carabao Cup, and of national teams, such as the final phase of the UEFA Nations League.