UEFA Champions League 2023-24
The 2023-24 UEFA Champions League will kick off on Tuesday, September 19, with 32 teams in the group stage, of which 16 will remain when the group stage ends in December and the round of 16 kicks off in February.
The current winner is Manchester City, a club that of course intends to repeat the conquest. To this end, manager Pep Guardiola is working on the players’ mentality, as he told a press conference: “The important thing is that they don’t feel relaxed. If the management is relaxed, well, they don’t score goals”.
This competition is one of the most famous worldwide and that is why many TV channels and streaming platforms paid to obtain the rights to broadcast it. Here are the details for some countries.
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Where to watch the UEFA Champions League 2023-24 in Spain?
In this territory, the option is to follow the tournament on Movistar TV and Movistar+, which has a monthly cost of 11 euros ($11.76).
Where to watch the UEFA Champions League 2023-24 in the United States?
Here CBS (with broadcasts in English) and TUDN (with Spanish-language coverage) will echo. In streaming platforms: fubo TV, Paramount+ and Vix+ will also show the content. The latter offers the possibility of signing up for an annual plan for $60.
Where to watch the UEFA Champions League 2023-24 in Mexico?
TNT is the best option. In streaming there is Vix+, which costs 119 Mexican pesos per month, or almost $7.
Where to watch the UEFA Champions League 2023-24 in Latin America?
In Brazil, the alternatives are SBT and TNT on TV, while in Paraguay you can tune in to Televideo, as well as in Peru.
In general, with the exception of Brazil, the safest way is to watch all the games on ESPN and the ESPN+ site. But in places such as Argentina, users will find multiple restrictions to access content via TV, which is why it is important to hire streaming services.
Venezuelans can follow the competition through the open TV signal La TeleTuya.