The 67th Season of the UEFA Champions League has already started. This European club championship features some of the most exciting football matches on the planet. Find out how to watch UEFA Champions League live on TV, smartphone, laptop, tablet, or any device from any country in the world.
The 2021-22 season of the UEFA Champions League rolled out in June with the qualifying matches taking place from 22nd June 2021 to 25th August 2021. The main competition will start from 14th September 2021 to 28th May 2022.
The UEFA Champions League is among the grandest football championships on the planet. Although it is the club championship of Europe, it has got fans worldwide who eagerly wait for the matches day in and day out.
The live telecast of all the UEFA Champions League matches will be available in all the regions of the world, including Europe, the USA, Asia, and Africa. Different regions have varying exclusive broadcasting partners.
List of Channels to Watch UEFA Champions League Live on TV
UEFA Champions League is an event that no football fan would want to miss. Thus, UEFA Congress, owned by FIFA, makes sure that the tournament is telecasted globally. Viewers can catch all the matches live on the official broadcaster’s channels.
Here is a list of all the channels and OTT platforms where can watch UEFA Champions League live on TV:
Country: Broadcast Partner (Channel)
Albania: Tring, RTSH
Austria: ServusTV, Sky Austria
Azerbaijan: CBC Sport, Saran
Belgium: Proximus, RTL, VTM
Belarus: Belarus TV
Bosnia & Herzegovina: Arena Sport
Bulgaria: A1, bTV
Croatia: HRT, Arena Sport
Czech Republic: Nova, Voyo, Premier Sports
Denmark: NENT Group
France: Canal+, BeIN, RMC Sport
Georgia: Adjara, Silknet
Germany: Amazon, DAZN
Greece: MEGA, COSMOTE TV
Hungary: Sport1, MTVA
Iceland: Viaplay, Syn
Republic of Ireland: Livescore, Virgin Media, RTE
Israel: The Sports Channel
Italy: Amazon, Mediaset, Sky Italia
Kazakhstan: QazSport, Q Sport League, Saran
Kosovo: Arena Sport, Artmotion
Kyrgyzstan: Saran, Q Sport
Luxembourg: RTL, Proximus
Malta: Melita, PBS
Moldova: Setanta, Prime
Montenegro: Arena Sport
Netherlands: RTL, Ziggo Sport
North Macedonia: Makedonski Telekom, Arena Sport, MTV
Norway: TV2 Norway
Poland: Polsat, TVP
Romania: Clever Media, Digisport, Telekom Romania
Russia: Match TV
Serbia: Arena Sport
Slovakia: Markiza, Voyo, Premier Sports
Slovenia: Sportklub, Pro Plus
Switzerland: blue+, CH Media
Tajikistan: Varzish TV, Saran
United Kingdom: BT Sport
Africa and the Middle East
South Africa: SuperSport
The Middle East/North Africa (Algeria, Bahrain, Chad, Djibouti, Egypt, Iran, Iraq, Jordan, Kuwait, Lebanon, Libya, Morocco, Oman, Qatar, Saudi Arabia, Sudan, Syria, Tunisia, United Arab Emirates, Yemen): beIN
Sub-Saharan Africa: Canal+, SuperSport
Brazil: SBT, Turner
Caribbean: Flow Sports, Sportsmax
Central America: ESPN
Costa Rica: Teletica
Dominican Republic: Televideo
El Salvador: Canal Dos
South America (ex. Brazil): ESPN
Panama: TVN, Medcom
United States of America: CBS, TUDN Deportes
Venezuela: La Tele Tuya
Asia and Pacific
PR China: Tencent, iQIYI, Alibaba
Hong Kong SAR: beIn
India & Indian sub-continent: Sony
Republic of Korea: SPO TV
Macau SAR: TDM
New Zealand: Spark
Pacific Islands: Digicel
Philippines: Tap TV
Taiwan/Chinese Taipei: Elta
In-flight and in-ship broadcasts: Sport24
This list is brought to you by UEFA.com.
How to Watch UEFA Champions League Live Streaming?
If you are residing in a specific country and want to enjoy the UEFA Champions League, here are the TV channels, OTT platforms, and websites you can tune in to watch it live.
UEFA fans in the US can watch Champions League live on the Paramount Plus streaming service. It costs only $4.99 a month (with ads) and also offers a free trial for 7 days.
Some of the matches will also be available on CB, and TUDN for Spanish viewers. You can get these channels in for a highly affordable price with fuboTV.
UEFA fans in Canada can enjoy the Champions League games via DAZN. It is a growing sports subscription service that costs CAD$20 per month, and CAD$150 a year.
You can also enjoy a free month of trial with DAZN if you are a new subscriber.
Football fans in the UK can watch the Champions League matches on BT Sport. It is the exclusive broadcasting partner of UEFA in the United Kingdom.
BT Sport offers a monthly pass for £25 that allows you to enjoy any match that you’d like to watch.
Football fans in India can enjoy the UEFA Champions League on the Sony Six channel owned by SPSN (Sony Pictures Sports Network).
The matches will also be available on the SonyLIV app, which is also owned by the same firm. Along with this, Jio users can use the JioTV app to watch live matches.
UEFA Champions League 2021/22 Schedule
Here is the complete UEFA Champions League 2021/22 schedule from August 2021 to May 2022:
- 17/18 August: Play-offs, first legs
- 24/25 August: Play-offs, second legs
- 26 August: Group stage draw
- 14/15 September: Group stage, Matchday 1
- 28/29 September: Group stage, Matchday 2
- 19/20 October: Group stage, Matchday 3
- 2/3 November: Group stage, Matchday 4
- 23/24 November: Group stage, Matchday 5
- 7/8 December: Group stage, Matchday 6
- 13 December: Round of 16 draw
- 15/16/22/23 February: Round of 16, first legs
- 8/9/15/16 March: Round of 16, second legs
- 18 March: Quarter-final & Semi-final draw
- 5/6 April: Quarter-finals, first legs
- 12/13 April: Quarter-finals, second legs
- 26/27 April: Semi-finals, first legs
- 3/4 May: Semi-finals, second legs
- 28 May: Final – Saint Petersburg Stadium
UEFA Champions League 2021/22 Teams
32 Clubs (Teams) are participating from various countries in UEFA Champions League 2021/22. Here are the names of the teams participating in the tournament along with their countries:
- Ajax – Netherlands
- Atalanta – Italy
- Atletico – Madrid
- Barcelona – Spain
- Bayern Munich – Germany
- Benfica – Portugal
- Besiktas – Turkey
- Borussia – Dortmund Germany
- Chelsea – England
- Club Brugge – Belgium
- Dynamo Kiev – Ukraine
- Inter Milan – Italy
- Juventus – Italy
- Lille – France
- Liverpool – England
- Malmo FF – Sweden
- Manchester – City England
- Manchester United – England
- AC Milan – Italy
- Paris Saint Germain – France
- Porto – Portugal
- RB Leipzig – Germany
- RB Salzburg – Austria
- Real Madrid – Spain
- Sevilla – Spain
- Shakhtar Donetsk – Ukraine
- Sheriff Tiraspol – Moldova
- Sporting CP – Portugal
- VfL Wolfsburg – Germany
- Villarreal – Spain
- Young Boys – Switzerland
- Zenit St. Petersburg – Russia
You can catch all these clubs in action, giving it their all, to be the champions, live on the sources mentioned above. Don’t miss any match and catch’em all live.