The Champions League semi-finals are nearly upon is and we are guaranteed at least one English side batting for continental silverware – although there could be two.
With Manchester United losing to Barcelona on Tuesday night, Liverpool face the prospect of a tie with Lionel Messi and co having beaten Porto 6-1 on aggregate.
While the prospect of an all-English final is still possible, there is no chance of two all-English semi-finals, as Tottenham have dumped out Manchester City and will now face the young Ajax side who beat Juventus.
Champions League semi-final dates
Tottenham vs Ajax – Tues 30 April (Tottenham Hotspur Stadium)
Barcelona vs Liverpool – Weds 1 May (Nou Camp)
Liverpool vs Barcelona – Tues 7 May (Anfield)
Ajax vs Tottenham – Weds 8 May (Johan Cruyff Arena)
Use a VPN to watch Champions League football from anywhere
Scroll down to find out your football viewing options in some of the major Champions League watching countries around the world. And if you’re out of the country for this gameweek and are worried that you won’t catch the game, don’t sweat. With the option of using a VPN service, you can tune into those fixtures no matter where you are in the world. And best of all, it’s really easy to do.
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Stream every single Champions League game live in the UK
Subscription channel BT Sport again has exclusive rights to show the Champions League in the UK, and will be showing every single match of the 2018/19 competition on one of its TV or online channels.
If you’re looking to stream matches, the BT Sport app or BTSport.com is where you need to go, enabling mobile, tablet and PC viewing. For those settling down in front of the box, certain games will be selected for 4K broadcast should your TV have those ultra-HD capabilities.
If you find yourself outside the UK and want to watch one of the Champions League games, don’t worry about geo-blocks on your account – simply grab a VPN and follow the instructions above to live stream the action.
How to watch the UEFA Champions League: US live streams
In the US, Univision and TNT have the rights to show live Champions League matches. The hispanic-centric Univision has a whopping 137 matches to show across its platforms, which are Univision, Univision Deportes Network, UniMás and Galavisión for TV, and the Univision Deportes’ App and univisiondeportes.com if you want to live stream on a mobile, tablet or PC.
For its part, TNT (or Turner Sports) is televising 47 fixtures over the course of the 2018/19 Champions League. But interestingly, every other game is available to live stream from online partner B/R Live. These games are available at pretty reasonable $2.99 per match, or $9.99 per month / $79.99 for the year if you want to access the full array of B/R matches.
You can also stream these games via the B/R Live app available on iTunes or Google Play, or watch via Apple TV, Roku, and Amazon Fire TV.
How to live stream the Champions League in Canada
For the 2018/19 season, live Champions League matches are broadcast in Canada by the ever-growing sports subscription service, DAZN. The channel will be live streaming every single game of the competition.
DAZN packages come in at $20 per month or $150 per year in Canada, though you do have the option of a one month free trial.
How to live stream Champions League soccer in Australia
In Australia, Optus Sport will show every single Champions League fixture live after snagging the rights from BeIN Sports. Optus coverage can be streamed via mobile and tablet with the channel’s app, while chord-cutters can also access the service on Fetch TV, Chromecast or Apple TV.
However, like the Premier League rights down under, free-to-air SBS will also be showing a selection of the biggest Champions League games this season, so non-subscribers aren’t completely frozen out of the action.
If you’re outside Australia and want to tune in to Optus Sport or SBS, you can use one of our favorite VPNs above and watch the coverage from another nation.
How to watch Champions League football in New Zealand
The official broadcaster for the Champions League in New Zealand is now SKY Sports. The channel will be broadcasting 138 live games for the 2018/19 competition.
Subscriptions to SKY Sports cost $29.90 per month and highlights programmes are available on top of the live coverage. For mobile streaming, users can tune in via the SKY Go app.
How to live stream the UEFA Champions League football in India
In India, Sony Pictures Networks (SPN) continues to broadcast the UEFA Champions League, showing every single game of this season’s competition.
SPN’s coverage will stretch across both TV and it’s over-the-top service SonyLIV.