Real Madrid have dominated the European football scene, and they have kept that leash on for the third year now. This season, they have started strong with yet another campaign in the Champions League.
That is very surprising, considering their woes in the domestic league. However, they managed to emerge leaders in their group, and have gone on to record a good lead over Ajax – who are the more energetic of the sides.
If that tells you anything, it is that this is yet another season you really don’t want to miss out on.
To ensure that, this piece brings you all the information you need to stream Champions League live from anywhere in the world.
Those in the US
If you are a resident of the United States or find yourself travelling the country at the time of the games, you can grab your CL action live via any of the following services:
- B/ R Live–The Bleacher Report’s streaming service is one of the best places to stream UEFA CL games as they are happening. What we love about this service is that you don’t have to commit to it for longer than you want.
That means you can go for the single game plan (costs $3), pay for monthlyaccess (at just $9) or save massively when you opt for the yearly package (which comes in at $80). Head over to the official website, create an account and start watching the game at their showing times.
- Sling TV – Sling TV is one of the TV streaming services which offers ChampionsLeague action on one of its channels in the US. The best thing about this service is that you get the first 7 days of action for free via the trial package.
You can decide to commit to them afterwards.
Viewers in the UK
In the UK, BT Sport recently got the rights to show the Champions League games to the domestic audience. The deal gets sweeter – some of the games can be streamed without a subscription.
Depending on your preferred mode of watching and device, you could head over to their official website or download the app for your devices.
Fans in Australia
Australian fans, get in here!
Optus has acquired the rights to show the games in Australia, and they aren’t even charging that much of a premium. For a monthly payment of AUD$15, you can get all the games you want on the dedicated channel.
Of course, you would have to head over to the Optus official website for a signup to get started.
Football lovers in Africa
Continent-wide, SuperSport has made it easy for fans and lovers of football to get the games in Africa. Know that their coverage zone is limited to the sub-Saharan African markets for now.
Like the other options above, a signup on their website is all you need for access to these game at the times when they are being played.
Enthusiasts of Malaysia
If you findyourselfin Australia, relax with an evening of Champions League football by subscribing to any of the competitive packages from Astro. They also bring the highlights of the games to you – in the case you are interested in such (we sure are)
est of the World
Didn’t find your country on this list? That’s no problem at all.
You can also watch all the games live without restrictions by following the steps below:
- Purchase a VPN from a trusted supplier
- Connect to a server location in the US (recommended) or any other supported location from above
- Register for any of the supported platforms listed above
- Stream the games when they are playing.
Now that you know how to watch the games from anywhere, you shouldn’t be told about how the goals go in anymore. Watch all the fouls, tackles and dribbles in real time.
Before you leave, though, who are your favorites to take home the biggest prize in Europe for this year?