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Where can I watch Wimbledon 2013? BBC One, BBC Two and Connected Red Button

The BBC is serving up an impressive 117 hours of live Wimbledon footage this year, but how can you watch it?  

BBC One and BBC Two along with BBC One HD and BBC Two HD will be broadcasting live matches from 11:30AM for the first eight days of the tournament, which is in its 127th year.

But for those who want to catch up on the action from the other courts there’s a range of options at your disposal. 

Where can I watch Wimbledon 2013? BBC One, BBC Two and Connected Red Button
The BBC aces Wimbledon coverage by offering multiple ways to watch

BBC Sport website

One way to easily access all of the BBC’s live Wimbledon coverage is to head on over to the BBC Sport site. Here you’ll be able to watch one of the ten live streams that the BBC is broadcasting simultaneously throughout each day.

You can access BBC Sport online through your desktop PC or laptop. Chrome, Firefox and Internet Explorer are supported and you’ll need to have Adobe Flash Player installed. 

On your mobile phone or tablet

If you’ve got an iPhone, iPad or an Android device, you’ll also be able to download BBC Sport apps from iTunes and Google Play, which give you access to the same streams. You’ll be able to stream live video over a WiFi or a 3G/4G connection.

BBC Sport for iOS works for iPhone 3GS, iPhone 4, iPhone 4S, iPhone 5, iPod touch (3rd-5th generations) and iPad and requires iOS 5.0 or later.

BBC Sport for Android works on phones running Android 2.2 Froyo and higher and on Android tablets with 7-inch screens.

Red Button on Freeview, BT Vision, TalkTalk TV and YouView

Pressing the Red Button on Freeview, BT Vision, YouView and TalkTalk TV will let you access additional coverage from two extra courts plus highlights footage. 

Red Button HD on Freeview HD, Freesat HD, YouView and Virgin Media

An additional HD stream is available through the BBC Red Button HD at channel 303 on Freeview HD and YouView, channel 994 on Virgin Media and channel 980 on Freesat HD. It’s not available on Sky or BT Vision+ boxes.

Red Button on Freesat, Sky and Virgin Media

Freesat, Sky and Virgin Media customers can get up to three live streams instead of two.

Live streams are available in HD as well and can be accessed by going to BBC One HD or BBC Two HD and pressing Red Button.

Connected Red Button on Virgin Media TiVo

Virgin Media TiVo customers will also be able to access the same 10 live streams through the BBC Connected Red Button when they’re viewing the action on BBC One and BBC Two. 

BBC Wimbledon 2013 catch-up and highlights

BBC iPlayer will feature highlights and replays from Wimbledon from the last seven days. 

Highlights will also be regularly broadcast on BBC Two and BBC Two HD. 


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