Two additional Scottish Premiership matches have been chosen for live broadcast on Sky Sports, after six were already announced in April. Ross County will visit Tynecastle on 22 April against Hearts, which is hoping to secure third place, while Rangers will visit fourth-placed Aberdeen on the following day. On 2 April, Ross County will face Celtic at Dingwall after the international break, with the Old Firm clash between Rangers and Celtic Park scheduled for 8 April also being shown on Sky Sports. The weekend will feature a double-header of matches with Hibernian’s game against Dundee United on 9 April on Sky Sports, before Friday night football on 14 April as Ross County play Aberdeen, followed by Celtic’s trip to Kilmarnock two days later.
Supporters can subscribe to Sky Sports to watch this round of cinch Premiership matches, and a minimum of five SWPL games will be shown. From the 2024/25 campaign, Sky Sports will show up to sixty cinch Premiership matches, with additional coverage of the SWPL. This top flight of Scottish football action will also be available on Sky Sports News all year round. Digital coverage of the cinch Premiership will be inclusive of interviews, features, analysis, and match highlights, with live blogs and in-game clips available for supporters. A bespoke Twitter channel, @ScotlandSky, included within the Sky Sports social media package, will allow the public to view content related to Scottish football.
Sky Sports is one of the most extensive sports broadcasters in the UK and Ireland, having showcased over 400 games throughout the year. Alongside Premiership action, it features games from the Premier League, WSL, EFL, and the Scottish SWPL leagues. The latest games involving the best Premier League teams have been live broadcast by the channel every week.