Liverpool TV Schedule
This Liverpool TV schedule provides the necessary information to watch the six-time European champions and 19-time champions of England.
Those titles demonstrate the history of Liverpool and how it has periods of dominance. In fact, many argue that we are currently in one of those periods of success. Liverpool won the 2018/19 Champions League after finishing as the runner-up in the year prior. Also, Liverpool broke its long English title drought by winning the Premier League in 2019/20.
One of the most storied clubs for both good and bad reasons, Liverpool is always a frequent club people support. The current situation in Liverpool puts them in a position to be in contention regardless of the competition.
Liverpool TV schedule and streaming links
Liverpool on U.S. TV and streaming: U.S. only:
Saturday, October 1
Tuesday, October 4
Sunday, October 9
Wednesday, October 12
Sunday, October 16
Manager: Jürgen Klopp
English top-flight titles: 19
Champions League titles: 6
Where to find Liverpool on TV
As one of the best and most popular teams in the world, many of Liverpool’s games are featured on USA Network or NBC. For games not shown on these networks, Liverpool and the rest of the Premier League can be found on Peacock, NBC’s paid streaming service.
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The best way we recommend to watch Liverpool is via fuboTV. This service has both USA Network and NBC. Peacock requires an additional subscription service.
As stated previously, this Liverpool side carries some of the biggest names in the European game. However, what is remarkable is that most of these players came to Anfield when they were young.
Liverpool gets the most out of its players, and player acquisitions look like bargains after a season or two in the red kit of Liverpool.
Jurgen Klopp does his best to switch around the lineup to keep his players fresh. Of course, with the talent of Mané and Salah, their potential for goals is hard to pass up.
Nevertheless, players like Diogo Jota, Takumi Minamino, Alex Oxlade-Chamberlain, James Milner and Ibrahima Konaté provide depth around the field.
Liverpool Supporters Groups in the United States: View our list
Fubo Sportsbook odds: Latest spread
Schedule of upcoming matches
This is the best place to see what games are coming up for Liverpool. However, fans interested in getting a larger scope at the Premier League need to head over to the Premier League schedule from World Soccer Talk.
Additionally, Liverpool provides its fans with additional content via LFCTV. Training videos, special interviews and Liverpool-specific analysis are all available on that site.
Liverpool feature news and stories
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