How to watch Champions League Live Stream from anywhere

In addition to being the most prestigious European club competition, the Champions League is also one of the most important tournaments in world UEFA



After a season unlike any other saw Bayern Munich crowned European champions for the sixth time, Champions League football is back for what will hopefully prove to be a slightly more ‘normal’ campaign for the 32 European teams that have made it into the group stages. While Covid-19 continues to loom large over the continent and lockdowns are back in place in a number of countries are the continent, there seems to be no fresh threat to sport taking place and while in-person attendance continues to be an issue, fortunately it’s never been easier to watch a Champions League live stream and catch every match of the 2020/21 season online.

The current Champions League campaign marks the 66th iteration of Europe’s most prestigious club football competition. The Atatürk Olympic Stadium in Istanbul, Turkey is scheduled to stage the final in May 2021, having been booted from hosting duties last season due to the coronavirus outbreak.

About UEFA Champions League 2019-20

The UEFA Champions League 2019-20 is the 65th season of the premier tournament. The mercury is soaring high in anticipation as the competition enters the knockout stages with the best clubs of Europe fighting for the continental glory.

The Round of 16 kick-off will occur on February 18 and come May 30th, the final will be hosted at Istanbul’s colossal Atatürk Olympic Stadium.

Watch the UEFA Champions League live at Sony LIV website or App and witness the best players in the world taking the pitch in quest of making history.

Champions League history: who won last year?

The 2019/20 Champions League final saw German Bundesliga winners Bayern Munich prevail 1-0 over French champions Paris Saint-Germain thanks to a 59th minute Kingsley Coman goal.

It marked Bayern’s sixth European title and secured the Bavarian club their second continental treble, making them only the second club in history to achieve such a feat (the other being Barcelona). 

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