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Where To Watch UEFA Champions League 2021-22 Live Streaming In India?

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UEFA Champions league a top-tier European professional league is back with their matches this season. All the 79 participating teams are set to give their best games of the time in the season. The Matches are starting from 14 September 2021 and play until 28 May 2022. Check Where To Watch UEFA Champions League Live Streaming Matches In India 2021-22 Also, Check World Wide Broadcaster List.

UEFA is a qualifier for the UEFA Super Cup and FIFA Club World Cup. The league has huge participation of 79 teams however 32 teams reach out to the group stage. The current champions for the league are Chelsea where have their 2nd title of the season.

The most successful team in the league is Real Madrid where they have won 13 titles. The 67th season of the league is rolling out the matches.

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Here is a list of all the broadcasting partners of the UEFA Champions League 2021/22 worldwide.

The entire coverage of all the events of the UEFA Champions League will be available on the official broadcasting partners of the league. It is one of the top competition at the continental levels.

The broadcasting rights for the league are sold in different packages and on a three-season basis. They are balancing the sale between free and pay television.

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UEFA Champions League Live Streaming Matches In India 2021-22

UEFA Champions League Live Streaming Matches In India 2021-22

The matches will be streaming on the official broadcasting partners in India. The live coverage rights in India are with the Sony Pictures Networks.

Qualifying
  • 22 June 2021: Preliminary round semi-finals
  • 25 June 2021: Preliminary round final
  • 6/7 & 13/14 July 2021: First qualifying round
  • 20/21 & 27/28 July 2021: Second qualifying round
  • 3/4 & 10 August 2021: Third qualifying round
  • 17/18 & 24/25 August 2021: Play-offs
Group stage
  • 14/15 September 2021: Matchday 1
  • 28/29 September 2021: Matchday 2
  • 19/20 October 2021: Matchday 3
  • 2/3 November 2021: Matchday 4
  • 23/24 November 2021: Matchday 5
  • 7/8 December 2021: Matchday 6
Knockout phase
  • 15/16/22/23 February & 8/9/15/16 March 2022: Round of 16
  • 5/6 & 12/13 April 2022: Quarter-finals
  • 26/27 & 3/4 May 2022: Semi-finals
  • 28 May 2022: Final
Draws
  • 26 August 2021: Group stage (Istanbul, Turkey)
  • 13 December 2021: Round of 16
  • 18 March 2022: Quarter-finals & Semi-finals

Sony Pictures Network will be streaming matches live on the platform for the league. The matches will also be available for streaming on the digital platform in India. the platform that will be streaming the matches is the Sony Liv App.

The streaming will also be available for streaming on Jio TV in India.

UEFA Champions League 2021/22 Broadcasting Partners

The broadcasting rights for the league are with Stan in Australia. Sky Sport, DAZN will be streaming matches in Austria. NENT will be streaming the matches in Denmark. The league has broadcasting rights to many of the channels in France that is beIN Sports, Canal+, RMC Sport, TF1.

The matches will be streaming on the DAZN, Amazon Prime Video, ZDF in Germany. Sony Pictures Network will be streaming the matches in the Indian Subcontinent.

BT Sport will be streaming the matches in Ireland. Amazon Prime Video will stream the matches in Italy along with the Sly Sport, Mediaset. Match TV will stream the matches in Russia. Fans of the league from South Africa will be streaming the matches on SuperSport. The SPOTV will be streaming the matches in South Korea.

United Kingdom will be streaming the matches on BT Sport and CBS, Univision will be streaming the matches in the United States.

SuperSport, Canal+ Afrique will be streaming the matches on Sub-Saharan Africa.

Where To Watch UEFA Champions League 2021/22 Worldwide

VietnamFPT
United StatesCBS, Univision
United KingdomBT Sport
TurkeyExxen
SwitzerlandTeleclub
South KoreaSPOTV
South AfricaSuperSport
Indian SubcontinentSony Pictures Networks
FrancebeIN Sports, Canal+, RMC Sport, TF1
AustraliaStan
AustriaServusTV, Sky Sport, DAZN
BulgariabTV, Max Sport

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