Thanks for both reply's. Sounds like even the free trial is not having.
Not sure what happened to the quote from 'bitm2007' in my original comment - could have sworn it was there when I started typing - anyway, just wanted to tie the two together... so as to avoid confusion! ;) (y)
You can always get a free trial of the 'Premium' and 'Premium+' services from TVPlayer but, if it's specifically 'Eurosport' that you intend to use it for, you should bear in mind that Eurosport 1 & 2 are not available during the free trial period. Nor are Alibi, Eden, Gold, Good Food, W, or FOX HD... although, if you are prepared to skip the trial and forego the initial free month, you can just log into your 'TVPlayer' account to opt out of the trial and get immediate access to any/all of them. As others have said, 'FreeSports' was dropped on 6th March 2019, after already having dropped 'QVC' plus 'CNN' in February, and 'TVPlayer' have also stated that 'Boomerang', 'Cartoon Network', and 'Cartoonito' will leave the service on 22nd March. On top of that, the 'ITV' offshoot channels like 'ITV2', 'ITV3', 'ITV4', 'ITVBe' and 'CITV' are no longer part of the basic free 'TVPlayer' service, meaning you will need to have (at least) the £6.99 per month 'Premium' plan to watch those with 'TVPlayer' and, if you want the remaining kids channels as a new subscriber, you must now pay £9.99 per month for the 'Premium+' plan! According to 'TVPlayer' much of this has been attributed to the increased cost of licensing those channels... which is fair enough but, all things considered, I wouldn't really recommend their service - especially after I was supposed to get three months free when I signed-up through an offer they did with Roku in the past and they only gave me one month before charging me! Needless to say I cancelled and, in fairness to them, 'TVPlayer' did refund what they charged me - but, suffice it to say, I won't be going back to them. Currently enjoying all that 'Eurosport' has to offer via 'Eurosport Player' for just £0.01 (i.e. one pence) per month over a six month period, which was a deal I got through Amazon Prime, but IDK if it's still available.
FreeSports is no longer available its been removed the 30 day free trial is always available but does not include the UKTV premium channels Fox or Eurosport during the trial i had a 3 mth free trial but cancelled it waste of time
Few months ago I got 3 months free with a deal on here, cancelled after half of hour due to the lack of HD for the most of the programs, even for the ones listed as HD. Sorry op, but people should avoid, this is like 20 centuries television.