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Schedule of Champions League and Europa League: Mar., 2018

With a full slate of second leg UEFA Champions League matches and the first leg of the UEFA Europa League games scheduled this week, we’ve got the complete and accurate US TV schedule for you (as well as the links to the legal streaming options).

As normal, the rights holders FOX Sports and ESPN have made some late changes, so be sure to review the following schedule so you can don’t miss any of the European soccer action this week.

All times Eastern.

 

CHAMPIONS LEAGUE

Tuesday, March 6

Paris Saint Germain vs. Real Madrid, 2:45pm, FOX Sports 1, FOX Deportes, DIRECTV NOW, Sling Blue and fubo Premier (7-day free trial)

Liverpool vs. Porto, 2:45pm, FOX Sports 2, ESPN Deportes, DIRECTV NOW, Sling Blue and fubo Premier (7-day free trial)

 

Wednesday, March 7

Spurs vs. Juventus, 2:45pm, FOX Sports 1, FOX Deportes, DIRECTV NOW, Sling Blue and fubo Premier (7-day free trial)

Manchester City vs. Basel, 2:45pm, FOX Sports 2, ESPN Deportes, DIRECTV NOW, Sling Blue and fubo Premier (7-day free trial)

 

 

EUROPA LEAGUE

Thursday, March 8

Milan vs. Arsenal (Europa League Round of 16, first leg), 1pm, FOX Sports 2, ESPN Deportes, DIRECTV NOW, Sling Blue and fubo Premier (7-day free trial)

Dortmund vs. Salzburg (Europa League Round of 16, first leg), 1pm, FOX Soccer Plus and fubo Premier (7-day free trial)

Atletico Madrid vs. Lokomotiv Moscow (Europa League Round of 16, first leg), 1pm, FOX Soccer Match Pass

CSKA Moscow vs. Lyon (Europa League Round of 16, first leg), 1pm, FOX Soccer Match Pass

RB Leipzig vs. Zenit (Europa League Round of 16, first leg), 3:05pm, FOX Sports 2, DIRECTV NOW, Sling Blue and fubo Premier (7-day free trial)

Marseille vs. Athletic (Europa League Round of 16, first leg), 3:05pm, FOX Soccer Plus and fubo Premier (7-day free trial)

Sporting CP vs. Plzen (Europa League Round of 16, first leg), 3:05pm, FOX Soccer Match Pass

Lazio vs. Dynamo Kiev (Europa League Round of 16, first leg), 3:05pm, FOX Soccer Match Pass

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8 Comments

8 Comments

  1. Rob

    March 8, 2018 at 2:34 am

    I was worried for a while during the Spurs v Juve match; I thought my TV was broken as Stuart Holden hadn’t spoken for about 10 seconds.

  2. Azer

    March 7, 2018 at 1:11 pm

    Fox Sports has less then 2 months of Champions League coverage, they will only use it’s domestic crew for commentary, including for the Final in May. I believe Fox is angry because they lost the Champions League rights to Turner Sports and they’re taking it out on the viewers. It’s all on purpose.

    • LIguy

      March 8, 2018 at 2:07 pm

      Turners first move is announce Steven Nash as a studio analyst so that’s not a good sign. So the only hope left is that they just decide to be cheap and use the world feed commentators.

  3. cm asia

    March 7, 2018 at 12:33 pm

    Champion’s League Round of 16 and FOX gives us commentary from guys in a studio watching on a monitor.
    FOX continues to be an embarrassment.

    PS to Christopher or Alex: Does FOX save money by not paying for the on-site commentary?

    • Christopher Harris

      March 7, 2018 at 2:04 pm

      CM Asia, the world-feed commentary is included in the money that FOX Sports paid for the UEFA Champions League rights. So when they use in-house talent such as John Strong and Stu Holden, they end up spending more time, energy and (probably) money.

      • cm asia

        March 7, 2018 at 9:36 pm

        “they end up spending more time, energy and (probably) money.”…..
        For a vastly inferior product!

    • LIguy

      March 8, 2018 at 2:05 pm

      CM,

      Choose, Fox awful commentators in a studio in LA or Arlo?!?!??! :- )

      • LIguy

        March 8, 2018 at 2:08 pm

        Hypothetical of course, I know Arlo is NBC…..

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