September 19th 2023.
The return of Champions League football is almost here and UK fans everywhere are eager to watch the greatest show in club football. Manchester City, the reigning Kings of Europe, are the favourites to defend their title after their 1-0 victory in the final against Inter in June. Joining them in the competition are City's title rivals last season, Arsenal, who have their first Champions League campaign since 2016/17.
Manchester United are trying to put their domestic troubles behind them and kick off their campaign against Bayern Munich on Wednesday. Newcastle, meanwhile, have the glamorous trip to San Siro to face seven-time winners Milan. Thousands of Geordies will be making the journey to Italy to cheer on their team in their first Champions League outing since 2002/03. Celtic, the only Scottish representative in the competition, will be looking to take advantage of the favourable draw and reach the knockout stages for the first time in 11 years.
How can you watch the Champions League on TV and live stream in the UK? TNT Sports has the exclusive rights to show every Champions League game live, with the action shown across four TV channels and up to six digital or red-button channels. The hugely popular Goals Show is back for 2023/24, allowing fans to keep up with the goals from across the continent. Fans who don't currently have a subscription can sign up from £29.99 per month with discovery+, BT, EE, Sky, and Virgin Media.
Those with a TNT Sports subscription can live stream games at no extra cost on discovery+ and via the web player. Alternatively, a TNT Sports 30-day pass can be purchased for £29.99 and the action will be available to watch on discovery+ and via the web player. Presenting TNT Sports' coverage of the Champions League is Laura Woods, who hosted ITV's coverage of the Women's World Cup and replaced Jake Humphrey after his decade with BT Sport. The punditry team includes regulars Rio Ferdinand, Peter Crouch and Joe Cole, as well as Rachel Brown-Finnis, Owen Hargreaves, Steve McManaman, Joleon Lescott, Michael Owen, Paul Scholes and Robbie Savage.
With all this excitement and anticipation, UK fans everywhere can watch the Champions League in style this season. No matter who you're rooting for, sit back, relax and enjoy the show!
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