Alternatively, for those of you who don't wish to be tied down to a fixed-term monthly contract, one-off 'Monthly Passes are also available for £25.  Last but not least, if you're on the mobile network EE, you can add BT Sport as a 'Smart Benefit'. Click here to find out more details.  Once you've signed up to BT Sport, you can access their channels and stream their content using the BT Sport app on mobile, computer, tablet or games console using your login details.
How to watch live the UEFA Champions League on UK TV

The 2021/22 Champions League proper gets back underway this week. The UEFA Champions League feels like there’s more anticipation than ever around this edition with some standout group matchups and major pressure for several clubs to win it all, including the new teams that Lionel Messi and Cristiano Ronaldo.

The schedule for Matchday 1, including TV and streaming information, follows below. Ronaldo's Manchester United gets the group stage underway on Sept. 14 and 15.

How to watch live the UEFA Champions League on UK TV

All games from this year's UEFA Champions League competition will be live in the UK on BT Sport.

As well as having exclusive rights to all UEFA competitions until at least 2024, BT Sport also holds the rights to 52 Premier League matches.

You can check out the latest BT Sport deals on BT Sport website. Deals start from £7.50 per month.

Alternatively, for those of you who don't wish to be tied down to a fixed-term monthly contract, one-off 'Monthly Passes are also available for £25.

Last but not least, if you're on the mobile network EE, you can add BT Sport as a 'Smart Benefit'.

Once you've signed up to BT Sport, you can access their channels and stream their content using the BT Sport app on mobile, computer, tablet or games console using your login details.

Major games – mostly featuring the Premier League teams – are likely to be shown on the main BT Sport 1, 2 or 3 channels, but matches will be spread across numerous channels.

Games on ‘BT Sport Extra’ can be enjoyed via the red button and all games are broadcast through their online player..

Check out the BT Sport website for the latest deals and explore how to sign up for their channels.

How to watch the Champions League: Live stream, online every 2021/22 game in the UK

Once again, BT Sport has exclusive rights to the Champions League in the UK, and will be showing every single match of the tournament online, live stream.

If you find yourself outside the UK and want to watch the football like you would at home, don't worry about geo-blocks on your account – simply grab a VPN and follow the instructions above to live stream the action.

2021/22 Champions League: TV Schedule for Matchday 1 - Group Stage

(All UK time)

Tuesday 14th September

Young Boys v Man Utd (5:45pm) BT Sport 1

Sevilla v Salzburg (5:45pm) BT Sport 2

Barcelona v Bayern Munich (8pm) BT Sport 3

Chelsea v Zenit (8pm) BT Sport 2

Dynamo Kiev v Benfica (8pm) BT Sport Extra 4

Lille v Wolfsburg (8pm) BT Sport Extra 3

Malmo v Juventus (8pm) BT Sport ESPN

Villarreal v Atalanta (8pm) BT Sport Extra 2

Wednesday 15th September

Besiktas v Dortmund (8pm) BT Sport 1

Sheriff Tiraspol v Shakhtar Donetsk (8pm) BT Sport ESPN

Atletico Madrid v Porto (8pm) BT Sport Extra 3

Club Brugge v PSG (8pm) BT Sport ESPN

Inter v Real Madrid (8pm) BT Sport Extra 2

Liverpool v AC Milan (8pm) BT Sport 2

Man City v RB Leipzig (8pm) BT Sport 3

Sporting CP v Ajax (8pm) BT Sport Extra 4

2021/22 Champions League: Dates, Full Fixtures

Group stage Matchday 1 – 14/15th September 2021

Group stage Matchday 2 – 28/29th September 2021

Group stage Matchday 3 – 19/20th October 2021

Group stage Matchday 4 – 2nd/3rd November 2021

Group stage Matchday 5 – 23rd/24th November 2021

Group stage Matchday 6 – 7/8th December 2021

Round of 16 – 15th February 2022 – 16th March 2022

Quarter-finals – 5th April 2022 – 13th April 2022

Semi-finals – 26th April 2022 – 4th May 2022

Final – 28th May 2022

Champions League history: who won last year?

Thomas Tuchel transformed Chelsea from bewildering underachievers to Champions League winners in no time at all, the Blues from West London beating the heavily favoured Man City in the final.

Kai Havertz's cooly taken 42nd minute strike proved the difference but the 1-0 scoreline didn't reflect Chelsea's dominance, as City went down with a whimper on the stage they'd dreamed of, Pep Guardiola having selected a genuinely bizarre lineup.

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