How to Watch UEFA Champions League in Singapore
How to Watch UEFA Champions League in Singapore

Where to Watch Live UEFA Champions League in Singapore?

Champions League is the most popular football tournament in Singapore.

Here are some best ways watching the Champions League for Free or Low Paid in Singapore:

Watch live Champions League in Singapore through beIN Sports

Football fans in Singapore may be wondering how and where watches TV these days when most consumers get their entertainment completely online.

This year UEFA Champions League is broadcasting the game through beIN Sports: https://connect.beinsports.com/.

BeIN Media Group has expanded its partnership with Uefa by securing broadcast rights to its Champions League elite club soccer competition across seven Asian territories, including Singapore.

The agreement, which runs through to the end of the 2023/24 season, will see BeIN’s flagship network also broadcast the Uefa Europa League, Uefa Europa Conference League, as well as the Uefa Youth League in Hong Kong, Malaysia, Brunei, Singapore, Thailand, Cambodia and Laos. Uefa secures US$600m deal from BeIN for MENA Champions League rights.

Whoever your TV provider is, contact them to see how you can watch Champions League. Some service providers even allow you to stream live content onto your mobile devices.

To save costs, make your viewing party a regular event during the Champions League tournament and split the bill 8 ways. Not only this but make sure to use a rewards credit card to get the most value with your purchase.

UEFA Champions League are now "LIVE" on beIN SPORTS HD Ch 213, beIN SPORTS MAX Ch 214 and beIN SPORTS MAX 2 Ch 215.

You’ll also be able to watch all matches of UEFA Champions League ‘live’ on your smart devices with no data-streaming charges* with

*Go Sports on StarHub Go, or

*StarHub TV Sports Group with our StarHub TV Go Value-Added service.

How to subscribe:

If you are an existing StarHub TV customer, tune-in to Ch 202 and press the blue button to subscribe to Sports Group at $21.40/month – no minimum contract period required!

Otherwise, subscribe to Go Sports at only $9.90/month via starhubgo.com or the StarHub Go app. You’ll enjoy the same matches streamed direct to your phone, no TV contracts needed.

In Singapore, How to watch Champions League 21/22 live streams with a VPN

If you're in Singapore during the Champions League 21/22 season and are unable to live stream a game from wherever you are, you can still tune in via a virtual private network, or VPN.

That's because of the pesky digital restriction that is geo-blocking, whuich prevents certain streaming services being accessible only in the region that they're based in.

In Singapore, uou can watch UEFA Europa League on US & UK TV

CBS Sports is now the new rights-holder for both the UEFA Champions League and Europa League in the United States. The English-language broadcaster has the rights through the end of the 2023/24 season with every single game being available via the Paramount+ streaming platform. Gone are the days of FOX Sports and TNT/Bleacher Report having the rights. For Spanish-language broadcasts, Univision/TUDN has the rights, which can be streamed via fuboTV.

BT Sport has exclusive rights to the Champions League in the UK, and will be showing every single match of the tournament on TV and online. Don't forget that BT now offers a £25 Monthly Pass, so you can get all that BT Sport goodness without a long-term commitment. The BT Sport app will let subscribers watch the Champions League on any number of devices, including mobiles, tablets, consoles and smart TVs.

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.

A VPN makes it appear that you're surfing the web from your home town — meaning that you can access the streaming services you already pay for. It's all totally legal and easy to do.

We've tested many different VPN services and our favorite is ExpressVPN; it offers superb speeds, excellent customer service and a no-questions-asked 30-day money-back guarantee, so you can try it out first to see if it's right for you. But you've got other VPN options too, so check out our full list of the best VPN services.

Access ExpressVPN via your laptop, iPhone, tablet, Android phone, PlayStation, Xbox and plenty more. Express is a do-it-all service that also benefits from 24/7 customer support.

Using a VPN is very simple:

1. Install the VPN of your choice. As we've said, ExpressVPN is our favorite.

2. Choose the location you wish to connect to in the VPN app. For instance if you're in the U.K. and want to view a U.S. service, you'd select U.S. from the list.

3. Sit back and enjoy the action. Head to Paramount Plus or another service and watch the game.

Watch live Champions League in Singapore through Singtel TV

Find out how to watch all the Champions League games in Singapore through Singtel TV online, live stream: https://www.singtel.com/personal/products-services/lifestyle-services/cast/sports-plus.

In Singtel for the watching Champions League, you can pay only for the matches you want with our 7-Day pass; get our monthly no-contract plan and cancel anytime or Save more and get the best value with 12 months of Sports Plus.

Watch live Champions League in Singapore through Houseparty

Houseparty is a new social networking app that makes face to face video calls effortless. Download it as a google chrome extension or on your mobile phone to quickly jump right into watch live Champions League right now.

2021/22 Champions League: Key Dates, 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

Where to watch the UEFA Champions League From Anywhere in the World: TV broadcast partners, live streams

Football fans from around the world, including in Singapore, can find their local UEFA Champions League broadcast partner(s) below.

Where to watch: UEFA Champions League Broadcast Partners

Europe

Albania: Tring, RTSH

Armenia: Vivaro

Austria: ServusTV, Sky Austria

Azerbaijan: CBC Sport, Saran

Belarus: UEFA.tv

Belgium: Proximus, RTL, VTM

Bosnia & Herzegovina: Arena Sport

Bulgaria: A1, bTV

Croatia: HRT, Arena Sport

Cyprus: CYTA

Czech Republic: Nova, Voyo, Premier Sports

Denmark: NENT Group

Estonia: Viaplay

Finland: MTV

France: Canal+, BeIN, RMC Sport

Georgia: Adjara, Silknet

Germany: Amazon, DAZN

Greece: MEGA, COSMOTE TV

Hungary: Sport1, MTVA

Iceland: Viaplay, Syn

Republic of Ireland: Livescore, Virgin Media, RTE

Israel: The Sports Channel

Italy: Amazon,Mediaset, Sky Italia

Kazakhstan: QazSport, Q Sport League, Saran

Kosovo: Arena Sport, Artmotion

Kyrgyzstan: Saran, Q Sport

Latvia: Viaplay

Lithuania: Viaplay

Luxembourg: RTL, Proximus

Malta: Melita, PBS

Moldova: Setanta, Prime

Montenegro: Arena Sport

Netherlands: RTL, Ziggo Sport

North Macedonia: Makedonski Telekom, Arena Sport, MTV

Norway: TV2 Norway

Poland: Polsat, TVP

Portugal: Eleven

Romania: Clever Media, Digisport, Telekom Romania

Russia: Match TV

Serbia: Arena Sport

Slovakia: Markiza, Voyo, Premier Sports

Slovenia: Sportklub, Pro Plus

Spain: Telefonica

Sweden: Telia

Switzerland: blue+, CH Media

Tajikistan: Varzish TV, Saran

Turkey: EXXEN

Turkmenistan: Saran

Ukraine: Megogo

United Kingdom: BT Sport

Uzbekistan: MTRK

Africa and Middle East

Nigeria: SuperSport

South Africa: SuperSport

Middle East/North Africa (Algeria, Bahrain, Chad, Djibouti, Egypt, Iran, Iraq, Jordan, Kuwait, Lebanon, Libya, Morocco, Oman, Qatar, Saudi Arabia, Sudan, Syria, Tunisia, United Arab Emirates, Yemen): beIN

Sub-Saharan Africa: Canal+, SuperSport

Americas

Bolivia: Televideo

Brazil: SBT, Turner

Canada: DAZN

Caribbean: Flow Sports, Sportsmax

Central America: ESPN

Costa Rica: Teletica

Dominican Republic: Televideo

Ecuador: Televideo

El Salvador: Canal Dos

Guatemala: Televideo

Haiti: Canal+

Honduras: Televicentro

South America (ex. Brazil): ESPN

Mexico: Turner

Panama: TVN, Medcom

Paraguay: Televideo

Peru: Televideo

United States of America: CBS, TUDN Deportes

Venezuela: La Tele Tuya

Asia and Pacific

Australia: STAN

Brunei: beIn

Cambodia: beIn

PR China: PPTV, Tencent, iQIYI, Alibaba

Hong Kong SAR: beIn

India & Indian sub-continent: Sony

Indonesia: SCTV

Japan: Wowow

Republic of Korea: SPO TV

Laos: beIn

Macau SAR: TDM

Malaysia: beIn

Mongolia: SPS

Myanmar: TBA

New Zealand: Spark

Pacific Islands: Digicel

Philippines: Tap TV

Singapore: beIn

Taiwan/Chinese Taipei: Elta

Thailand: beIn

Vietnam: FPT

In-flight and in-ship broadcasts: Sport24

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

(All UK time)

Tuesday 14th September, 2021

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

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The 2021-2022 UEFA Champions League gets underway. Here's how to watch it anywhere in the world: TV Channels, Live Stream, Online from Country by Country.