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Where to Find This Week’s UEFA Champions League Matches On US Television and Internet

Champions League Final 600x330 Where to Find This Weeks UEFA Champions League Matches On US Television and Internet

Today kicks off the first day of the UEFA Champions League, and there are several mouthwatering matches to choose from. If you live in the United States, there have been several significant changes since last season of UEFA Champions League coverage — namely that FOX Soccer went out of business, and Champions League matches are now spread across several different FOX networks, some of which may be new to you.

Here’s the complete TV listings of Champions League matches for today and tomorrow. All times Eastern:

Today, September 17, 2013:

Manchester United vs Bayer Leverkusen, 2:45pm, FOX Sports 1 and FOX Soccer 2Go
Real Sociedad vs Shakhtar Donestk, 2:45pm, FOX Soccer 2Go
Galatasaray vs Real Madrid, 2:45pm, FOX Sports 2 and FOX Soccer 2Go
Copenhagen vs Juventus, 2:45pm, FOX Soccer 2Go
Benfica vs Anderlecht, 2:45pm, FOX Soccer 2Go
Olympiacos vs Paris Saint-Germain, 2:45pm, FOX Soccer 2Go
Bayern Munich vs CSKA Moscow, 2:45pm, FSN and FOX Soccer 2Go
Viktoria Plzen vs Manchester City, 2:45pm, FOX Soccer Plus and FOX Soccer 2Go

Wednesday, September 18, 2013:

Schalke vs Steaua Bucharest, 2:45pm, FOX Soccer 2Go
AC Milan vs Celtic, 2:45pm, FSN and FOX Soccer 2Go
Barcelona vs Ajax, 2:45pm, FOX Sports 1 and FOX Soccer 2Go
Atletico Madrid vs Zenit St Petersburg, 2:45pm, FOX Soccer 2Go
Austria Vienna vs Porto, 2:45pm, FOX Soccer 2Go
Chelsea vs FC Basel, 2:45pm, FOX Sports 2 and FOX Soccer 2Go
Marseille vs Arsenal, 2:45pm, FOX Soccer Plus and FOX Soccer 2Go
Napoli vs Borussia Dortmund, 2:45pm, FOX Soccer 2Go

Replays of some of the games will be shown on FOX Soccer Plus. Check your local TV listings.

According to FOX Sports, they’ve decided to provide commentary from Sky Sports, so there’s no need for soccer fans to mute the game since it appears that Gus Johnson will not be announcing the games.

Meanwhile, be sure to bookmark our Premier League TV Guide page for viewers in the United States, which is updated every week for the entire season.


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