How much will it cost me to subscribe to Eurosport Player?

Eurosport Player proposes two standard subscription rates:

Crowd pass:

The Crowd pass is a monthly subscription that is renewed automatically every 30 days following the date of your initial subscription. There is no minimum sign up period and you can cancel your subscription at anytime up until 2 days before the next renewal date. You can cancel your subscription via the My Account section of Eurosport Player.

Sports fan:

The Sport fan is a subscription that entails a minimum sign up period of 12 months. 
You are charged for the first month of this subscription.
30 days after the initial subscription date, you will be charged the monthly amount as indicated at the time of subscription. An identical amount will be debited from your account every 30 days from this point onwards.
At the end of the 12 month minimum sign up period, your subscription will be renewed automatically every 30 days, unless you decide to cancel your subscription.
During the 12 month minimum sign up period, you can cancel your subscription anytime during the last month.
Once the minimum sign up period of 12 months has passed, you can cancel your subscription at any time.

You can find an overview of the price offer on the below link:


Special Offers
Eurosport Player proposes a certain number of special offers throughout the year. You can see if there is a Special Offer currently available by going to the following page:

These special offers allow access to Eurosport Player for a fixed period only (ex: 1 year). If you subscribe to one of these offers, your subscription will terminate automatically at the end of the period in question without any action required.

April 15 - May 01

Snooker World Championship

Watch the World Championship LIVE

Colin Murray will present LIVE studio coverage of the World Championship from the Crucible Theatre with analysis from Eurosport ambassador Ronnie O’Sullivan, Jimmy White and Neal Foulds. 

There will be extensive LIVE coverage on Eurosport 1 and Eurosport 2 as well as online via the Eurosport Player. 

O’Sullivan will be targeting a sixth world title at the tournament. It has been four years since he held the crown of world champion. Last year he suffered a shock defeat to Barry Hawkins in the second round but recent form suggests the Rocket is back and ready to reclaim the title. O’Sullivan won the Masters at the beginning of the year as well as reaching the final of both the UK Championship and the European Masters.

Eurosport’s commentary team will feature 1986 world champion Joe Johnson and former world number six Mike Hallett.

Exclusive Eurosport Player features
Live streaming
Rewind live broadcasts for up to 3 hours
Exclusive Channels
More live broadcasts including multi-court and multi-table coverage.
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