How to watch UEFA Champions League Live Streaming

How to watch UEFA Champions League Live Streaming

How to watch UEFA Champions League Live Streaming

How to watch UEFA Champions League Live Streaming.Keep up with all the 2018/19 UEFA Champions League fixtures and results right here

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Matchday one

How to watch UEFA Champions League Live Streaming

How to watch UEFA Champions League Live Streaming

Watch Messi’s hat-trick against PSV
Watch Messi’s hat-trick against PSV

Tuesday 18 September
Group A: Club Brugge 0-1 Dortmund, Monaco 1-2 Atlético
Group B: Barcelona 4-0 PSV Eindhoven, Inter 2-1 Tottenham
Group C: Liverpool 3-2 Paris, Crvena zvezda 0-0 Napoli
Group D: Galatasaray 3-0 Lokomotiv Moskva, Schalke 1-1 Porto

Wednesday 19 September
Group E: Ajax 3-0 AEK Athens, Benfica 0-2 Bayern München
Group F: Shakhtar 2-2 Hoffenheim, Manchester City 1-2 Lyon
Group G: Real Madrid 3-0 Roma, Viktoria Plzeň 2-2 CSKA Moskva
Group H: Young Boys 0-3 Manchester United, Valencia 0-2 Juventus

Matchday two
Highlights: Juventus 3-0 Young Boys
Highlights: Juventus 3-0 Young Boys
Tuesday 2 October
Group E: Bayern München 1-1 Ajax, AEK Athens 2-3 Benfica
Group F: Hoffenheim 1-2 Manchester City, Lyon 2-2 Shakhtar
Group G: CSKA Moskva 1-0 Real Madrid, Roma 5-0 Viktoria Plzeň
Group H: Juventus 3-0 Young Boys Manchester United 0-0 Valencia

Wednesday 3 October

Group A: Atlético 2-1 Club Brugge, Dortmund 3-0 Monaco
Group B: Tottenham 2-4 Barcelona, PSV Eindhoven 1-2 Inter
Group C: Paris 6-1 Crvena zvezda, Napoli 1-0 Liverpool
Group D: Lokomotiv Moskva 0-1 Schalke, Porto 1-0 Galatasaray

Matchday three
Highlights: Dortmund 4-0 Atlético
Highlights: Dortmund 4-0 Atlético
Tuesday 23 October
Group E: AEK Athens 0-2 Bayern München, Ajax 1-0 Benfica
Group F: Hoffenheim 3-3 Lyon, Shakhtar 0-3 Manchester City
Group G: Roma 3-0 CSKA Moskva, Real Madrid 2-1 Viktoria Plzeň
Group H: Young Boys 1-1 Valencia, Manchester United 0-1 Juventus

Wednesday 24 October
Group A: Club Brugge 1-1 Monaco, Dortmund 4-0 Atlético
Group B: PSV Eindhoven 2-2 Tottenham, Barcelona 2-0 Inter
Group C: Paris 2-2 Napoli, Liverpool 4-0 Crvena zvezda
Group D: Lokomotiv Moskva 1-3 Porto, Galatasaray 0-0 Schalke

Matchday four
Tuesday 6 November
Group A: Monaco 0-4 Club Brugge, Atlético 2-0 Dortmund
Group B: Tottenham 2-1 PSV Eindhoven, Inter 1-1 Barcelona
Group C: Crvena zvezda 2-0 Liverpool, Napoli 1-1 Paris
Group D: Porto 4-1 Lokomotiv Moskva, Schalke 2-0 Galatasaray

Wednesday 7 November
Group E: Bayern München v AEK Athens, Benfica v Ajax
Group F: Lyon v Hoffenheim, Manchester City v Shakhtar
Group G: CSKA Moskva v Roma (18:55CET), Viktoria Plzeň v Real Madrid
Group H: Valencia v Young Boys (18:55CET), Juventus v Manchester United

Matchday five
Tuesday 27 November
Group E: AEK Athens v Ajax (18:55CET), Bayern München v Benfica
Group F: Hoffenheim v Shakhtar, Lyon v Manchester City
Group G: CSKA Moskva v Viktoria Plzeň (18:55CET) , Roma v Real Madrid
Group H: Manchester United v Young Boys, Juventus v Valencia

Wednesday 28 November
Group A: Atlético v Monaco (18:55CET), Dortmund v Club Brugge
Group B: PSV Eindhoven v Barcelona, Tottenham v Inter
Group C: Paris v Liverpool, Napoli v Crvena zvezda
Group D: Lokomotiv Moskva v Galatasaray (18:55CET), Porto v Schalke

Matchday six
Tuesday 11 December
Group A: Club Brugge v Atlético, Monaco v Dortmund
Group B: Barcelona v Tottenham, Inter v PSV Eindhoven
Group C: Liverpool v Napoli, Crvena zvezda v Paris
Group D: Galatasaray v Porto (18:55CET), Schalke v Lokomotiv Moskva

Wednesday 12 December
Group E: Ajax v Bayern München, Benfica v AEK Athens
Group F: Shakhtar v Lyon, Manchester City v Hoffenheim
Group G: Real Madrid v CSKA Moskva (18:55CET), Viktoria Plzeň v Roma (18:55CET)
Group H: Young Boys v Juventus, Valencia v Manchester United

Road to Madrid
17 December: round of 16 draw
12/13/19/20 February: round of 16 first leg
5/6/12/13 March: round of 16 second leg
15 March: quarter-final and semi-final draws
9/10 April: Quarter-finals, first leg
16/17 April: Quarter-finals, second leg
30 April/1 May: Semi-finals, first leg
7/8 May: Semi-finals, second leg
1 June: Final – Estadio Metropolitano, Madrid

History

The UEFA Champions League is an annual club football competition organised by the Union of European Football Associations (UEFA) and contested by top-division European clubs. It is one of the most prestigious tournaments in the world and the most prestigious club competition in European football, played by the national league champions (and, for some nations, one or more runners-up) of the strongest UEFA national associations. The UEFA Champions League final is the most watched annual sporting event worldwide. The final of the 2012–13 tournament had the highest TV ratings to date, drawing 360 million television viewers.

How to watch UEFA Champions League Live Streaming

How to watch UEFA Champions League Live Streaming

Introduced in 1992, the competition replaced the European Champion Clubs’ Cup, or simply European Cup, which had run since 1955, adding a group stage to the competition and allowing multiple entrants from certain countries.[2] The pre-1992 competition was initially a straight knockout tournament open only to the champion club of each nation. During the 1990s, the format was expanded, incorporating a round-robin group stage to include clubs that finished runner-up of some nations’ top-level league.[2] While most of Europe’s national leagues can still only enter their national league champion, Europe’s strongest national leagues now provide up to five teams for the competition.[3][4] Clubs that finish next-in-line in each nation’s top level league, having not qualified for the UEFA Champions League competition, are eligible for the next-level UEFA Europa League competition.

In its present format, the UEFA Champions League begins in late June with four knockout qualifying rounds and a play-off round. The 6 surviving teams enter the group stage, joining 26 teams qualified in advance. The 32 teams are drawn into eight groups of four teams and play each other in a double round-robin system. The eight group winners and eight runners-up proceed to the knockout phase that culminates with the final match in May.[5] The winner of the UEFA Champions League qualifies for the UEFA Super Cup and the FIFA Club World Cup.

History
Main article: European Cup and UEFA Champions League history
See also: List of European Cup and UEFA Champions League finals
The first pan-European tournament was the Challenge Cup, a competition between clubs in the Austro-Hungarian Empire.[9] The Mitropa Cup, a competition modelled after the Challenge Cup, was created in 1927, an idea of Austrian Hugo Meisl, and played between Central European clubs.[10] In 1930, the Coupe des Nations (French: Nations Cup), the first attempt to create a cup for national champion clubs of Europe, was played and organised by Swiss club Servette.[11] Held in Geneva, it brought together ten champions from across the continent. The tournament was won by Újpest of Hungary.[11] Latin European nations came together to form the Latin Cup in 1949.[12] After receiving reports from his journalists over the highly successful Campeonato Sudamericano de Campeones of 1948, Gabriel Hanot, editor of L’Équipe, began proposing the creation of a continent-wide tournament.[13] After Stan Cullis declared Wolverhampton Wanderers “Champions of the World” following a successful run of friendlies in the 1950s, in particular a 3–2 friendly victory against Budapest Honvéd, Hanot finally managed to convince UEFA to put into practice such a tournament.[2] It was conceived in Paris in 1955 as the European Champion Clubs’ Cup.

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