Barcelona TV Schedule
This Barcelona TV schedule keeps updates with games featuring a club drenched in history and prestige.
One of Europe, not just Spain’s, most-storied clubs, Barcelona pulls fans from around the world each gameday.
Perhaps that is because of the special style Barcelona developed under the guide of Johan Cruyff. The Dutchman brought the famous tiki-taka style and total football to the Nou Camp. Since Cruyff’s time as a player in the 1970s then a manager in the 1990s, Barcelona emerged as a dominant force in the game.
Now, Barcelona carries one of the largest followings across sports in general. This Barcelona TV schedule helps those millions of fans stay on track with the Competitions the Blaugrana play in.
Barcelona TV schedule and streaming links
Barcelona on TV and streaming: U.S. Only
Tuesday, October 4
Sunday, October 9
Wednesday, October 12
Sunday, October 16
Thursday, October 20
Sunday, October 23
Wednesday, October 26
Stadium: Camp Nou
Spanish top-flight titles: 26
Champions League titles: 5
Where to find Barcelona on TV
The Barcelona TV schedule primarily runs through ESPN+, the paid-streaming service from ESPN. There are odd chances that ESPN puts a game on ABC or ESPN, as they did for Barcelona’s season-opener in the 2021/22 season against Real Sociedad. In 2021, ESPN acquired the rights to broadcast LaLiga in the United States.
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Champions League games featuring Barça are available on Paramount+, while the Copa del Rey is also on ESPN+.
In recent seasons, the famed Barcelona lineups underwent massive changes to personnel. Attribute that to a revolving door of managers and financial issues. Regardless, Barcelona retains a talented side, just without some names we came to associate with the club, particularly Lionel Messi.
Barcelona has a mix of experienced players and fresh, developing players. Xavi, who played with many of these aging stars, must balance the graduates from La Masia or other young singings with those who can say they played in the biggest games.
For example, Sergiño Dest, a relatively unproven right back, alternates with the decorated Dani Alves. Sergio Busquets is part of a midfield core that features players like Gavi, Riqui Puig and Nico Gonzales. Up top, Ousmane Dembele possesses the physical talent of a star, but seems to be falling out of favor. There are plenty of players, including Pierre-Emerick Aubameyang, waiting in the wake.
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Schedule of upcoming matches
The Barcelona TV schedule is specific for the Camp Nou side. For an extended look at upcoming games for some of Barcelona’s biggest rivals, check out the LaLiga schedule.
Like Barcelona, the majority of these games are available exclusively through ESPN+, with the odd game on ESPN or ABC.
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