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Chelsea vs Real Madrid Live Stream: How and Where to Watch

Chelsea, the reigning champs, will be hosting Real Madrid, the Spanish royalty, for Leg 1 of the UEFA Champions League 2021-22 Quarter-Finals. Find out how to watch Chelsea vs Real Madrid live stream from the US, UK, Canada, Australia, or anywhere else.

Chelsea and Real Madrid will face off in the UCL 2021-22 Quarter-Finals Leg 1 at Stamford Bridge on Wednesday, April 6, 2022. It will be a repeat of the last year’s semi-final when the Blues downed Madrid with a 3-1 aggregate after claiming a 2-0 victory in Leg 2.

This season, Real Madrid is on the road to completing one of the most glorious comebacks in Champions League history, and their next stop is a clash against the front-running, reigning, defending champions, Chelsea.

However, the Blues are struggling with the form a bit and would be looking to get back on track this Wednesday. It’ll be a very interesting high-voltage battle when these two teams collide for a spot in the Semi-Finals.

How to Watch Chelsea vs Real Madrid Live Stream from Anywhere?

Chelsea vs Real Madrid is one of the Quarter-Final encounters of the UEFA Champions League 2021-22. These two teams have also met in the Semis last year, and this time they’ll be battling for a spot in the semis.

This exciting matchup will be broadcasted live via UEFA’s broadcasting and streaming partners worldwide. We have explained below which channel you have to tune into, or which app you have to use to watch the thriller live.

Watch Chelsea vs Real Madrid Live Stream in the US & Canada

The viewers in the United States can watch Chelsea vs Real Madrid live on CBS (English coverage) and Univision (Spanish coverage) channels. The live stream of the match will be available on Paramount+ and fuboTV. You can also use the fuboTV 7-day free trial to watch the match for free.

This game will kick off at 3:00 PM ET/ 12:00 PM PT/ 2:00 PM CT/ 1:00 PM MT, whereas, the pre-match coverage will begin an hour prior to the kick-off time.

The viewers in Canada can watch Chelsea vs Real Madrid live on DAZN. You will require a monthly (costing CA$20) or annual (costing CA$150) subscription to stream the match live.

Watch Chelsea vs Real Madrid Live Stream in the UK & Europe

The viewers in the UK can watch Chelsea vs Real Madrid live on BT Sport 2, BT Sport 2 HD, and BT Sport Ultimate (for 4K viewing experience). The live streaming will exclusively be available on the BT Sport app for the subscribers.

You can get a £25 BT Sport Monthly Pass to unlock access to the match if you don’t have the channels in your current bundle. The match will kick off at 8:00 PM BST/ 7:00 PM GMT while the pre-match coverage will begin an hour prior to that.

The viewers in Spain can tune into Movistar+ to watch Chelsea vs Real Madrid live while the viewers in France can watch it on beIN Sports and RMC Sport. In Italy, fans can use Amazon Prime Video to watch the match while DAZN will be broadcasting it live in Germany and Austria.

Watch Chelsea vs Real Madrid Live Stream in Australia & New Zealand

The viewers in Australia can watch Chelsea vs Real Madrid live on Stan Sport. You will have to wake up early in the morning as the live coverage will start at 5:00 AM on Thursday, April 7, 2022, due to the different timezone.

On the other side, the viewers in New Zealand can watch Chelsea vs Real Madrid live on Spark Sport. The live coverage will start at 8:00 AM, Thursday, April 7. 2022. Spark Sport is also offering a 7-day free trial that you can use to watch the game for free.

Watch Chelsea vs Real Madrid in India & Asia

The viewers in India can watch Chelsea vs Real Madrid live on Sony Pictures Network channels while the live stream will be available on the  SonyLIV and JIO TV apps. For English coverage, you’ll have to switch to Sony Ten 2 and Sony Ten 2 HD.

For Hindi coverage, you’ll have to switch to Sony Ten 3 and Sony Ten 3 HD, while the Telugu coverage will be available on Sony Ten 4 and  Sony Ten 4 HD. The match will kick off at 1:30 AM IST on Thursday, April 7, 2022.

The viewers in Pakistan, Sri Lanka, Nepal, and Bangladesh will also have to tune into Sony Pictures Network channels to watch the game live. Whereas, the viewers in Malaysia can watch it live on beIN Sports.

Watch Chelsea vs Real Madrid in Any Country or Region

Here is a list of channels, apps, and websites to watch Chelsea vs Real Madrid UCL 2021-22 Quarter-Final Leg 1 match live stream from any country or region:

Country/Region TV Channels/Apps
Albania
  • RTSH
  • Tring
Andorra Movistar+
Armenia Vivaro Media
Australia Stan Sport
Austria
  • ServusTV
  • Sky Sport
  • DAZN
Azerbaijan CBC Sport
Baltic states NENT
Belarus
  • Belteleradio
  • UEFA.tv
Belgium
  • Proximus
  • RTL
  • DPG Media
Bolivia Bolivisión
Bosnia and Herzegovina Arena Sport
Brazil
  • SBT
  • WarnerMedia
Brunei beIN Sports
Bulgaria
  • bTV
  • Max Sport
Cambodia beIN Sports
Canada DAZN
Caribbean
  • Flow Sports
  • Sportsmax
Central America ESPN
Central Asia Saran Media
China
  • PPTV
  • IQIYI
  • Tencent
  • Youku
Costa Rica Teletica
Croatia
  • HRT
  • Arena Sport
Cyprus CYTA
Czech Republic
  • Nova Sport
  • Premier Sport
Denmark NENT
Dominican Republic Antena 7
Ecuador RTS
El Salvador TCS
Finland TV4 Media
France
  • beIN Sports
  • Canal+
  • RMC Sport
  • TF1
Georgia
  • Adjarasport
  • Silk Sport
Germany
  • DAZN
  • Amazon Prime Video
  • ZDF
Gibraltar Gibtelecom
Greece
  • Cosmote TV
  • Mega Channel
Guatemala Chapin TV
Haiti Canal+
Honduras TVC
Hong Kong
  • beIN Sports
  • PCCW
Hungary
  • MTVA
  • AMC Networks
Iceland
  • NENT
  • Sýn
Indian subcontinent Sony Pictures Networks
Indonesia Emtek
Ireland
  • LiveScore
  • BT Sport
  • RTÉ
  • Virgin Media
Israel Sports Channel
Italy
  • Amazon Prime Video
  • Sky Sport
  • Mediaset
Japan Wowow
Kazakhstan
  • Qazsport
  • Q Sport
Kosovo
  • Art Sport
  • Klan Kosova
  • Arena Sport
Kyrgyzstan Q Sport
Laos beIN Sports
Luxembourg
  • RTL
  • Proximus
Macau TDM
Malaysia beIN Sports
Malta
  • PBS
  • Total Sports Network
MENA beIN Sports
Mexico WarnerMedia
Moldova
  • Prime
  • Setanta Sports
Mongolia SPS
Montenegro Arena Sport
Myanmar Canal+
Netherlands
  • RTL
  • Ziggo
New Zealand Spark Sport
Nicaragua Canal 10
North Macedonia
  • Arena Sport
  • MRT
Norway TV 2
Pacific Islands Digicel
Panama Medcom
Paraguay SNT
Peru Grupo ATV
Philippines TAP DMV
Poland
  • TVP
  • Polsat
Portugal
  • TVI
  • Eleven Sports
Romania
  • Digi Sport
  • Look Sport
  • Telekom Sport
Russia Match TV
Serbia Arena Sport
Singapore beIN Sports
Slovakia
  • Nova Sport
  • Premier Sport
Slovenia
  • Pro Plus
  • Sport Klub
South Africa SuperSport
South America [iii] ESPN
South Korea SPOTV
Spain Movistar+
Sub-Saharan Africa
  • SuperSport
  • Canal+ Afrique
Sweden TV4 Media
Switzerland
  • Teleclub
  • CH Media
Taiwan ELTA
Tajikistan Varzish TV
Thailand beIN Sports
Turkey
  • Exxen
  • Saran Media
Ukraine MEGOGO
United Kingdom BT Sport
United States (history)
  • CBS
  • Univision
Uzbekistan MTRK
Venezuela TLT
Vietnam FPT

*The data in this table is brought to you by Wikipedia.

Chelsea vs Real Madrid: What to Expect from the High-Profile Encounter?

Both Chelsea and Real Madrid are the frontrunners to claim the grandest European football title. The Blues are coming to the game after a shocking 4-1 home defeat to Brentford, which is their first defeat to the team since 1939.

However, the loss didn’t completely come out of the blue as Thomas Tuchel’s men have been struggling with the form recently, and this should work as a humbling call before a big game against Madrid.

Reece James will be returning for the game boosting Chelseas’s attacking powers. Christian Pulisic may also return to the side while Callum Hudson-Odoi will remain out.

On the other side, Real Madrid will be glad to have Carlo Ancelotti who was away due to testing positive for COVID-19.

Luka Jovic (ankle) and Isco (back), and Eden Hazard (ankle) will stay out due to injuries.

Chelsea were the comfortable winners in their last meeting but Real Madrid will be looking to overturn the outcome this time. With both sides desperate to claim the lead for a spot in the semis, it should be one helluva battle in Fulham.

Chelsea Possible Starting Lineup:

Mendy; Azpilicueta, Silva, Rudiger; James, Jorginho, Kovacic, Alonso; Ziyech, Havertz, Pulisic

Real Madrid Possible Starting Lineup:

Courtois; Carvajal, Militao, Alaba, Mendy; Kroos, Casemiro, Modric; Asensio, Benzema, Vinicius Junior

Which team are you supporting this time? Showcase your support in the comments below.

Saquib Hashmi
A simple Netizen on a hunt for stories worth sharing. Presenting them here in a spicy form. I hope they offer you value and knowledge.
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