How can Americans watch the Champions League on TV or the internet?
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If you’re in the US and you want to watch the Champions League on TV or the internet, it all boils down to two places, depending on how attached you are to seeing the games in English.
For English-language broadcasts, that place is CBS, which in 2020 secured the English-language rights to all Champions League games in the US. (Univision has the Spanish-language rights.)
Watch the Champions League on TV
You’ve got two options:
- Main CBS is included in your cable package, but very few games will be on there.
- Paramount+ (starting at $5.99 monthly or $59.99 for the year) will stream every game throughout the tournament.
Watch the Champions League on the Internet
Another option is a subscription to fuboTV, which is a bit steep at $59.99 per month but includes a tremendous haul of soccer leagues all over the world. It also includes TUDN and Galavision, two Spanish-language broadcasters who will have half the Group Stage games and many other games going forward.