Find out where, when and how to watch the giants of European soccer with our Champions League TV schedule.
In the United States, Turner Sports has acquired the English-language television and streaming rights to both the UEFA Champions League and UEFA Europa League matches that began with the 2018/19 season and will end after the 2020/21 season. FOX Sports will no longer broadcast the Champions League.
The most high-profile Champions League matches on Tuesday and Wednesday gamedays during the season are televised live across TNT and channels on DIRECTV as well as DISH.
TNT and Univision Deportes (now renamed TUDN) will televise UEFA Champions League games throughout the season.
For streaming, the UEFA Champions League and Europa League games will be on B/R Live as well as fuboTV (in English and Spanish).
Preliminary rounds begin in July while playoff rounds of the tournament are in August. The group stages of the competition are played from September through December. Round of 16 games are played during February-March, quarter-finals in April, semi-finals in late April and May, while the final is at the end of May.
For the 2019/20 Champions League season moving forward, games will be scheduled for 12:55pm ET and 3pm ET on Tuesdays and Wednesdays.
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