When are the matches of the Champions League ?.
This european competition is divided into 3 stages, started with the qualification phase, which took place from 25 June to 28 August.
The second is the phase of groups, it began September 17 and ended on December 11, 2019. Now, comes the elimination phase, which will take place from February 18 to may 6, 2020.
The final leg of this Champions League will be the final, it will be played on may 30, 2020, at the Atatürk olympic stadium in Istanbul.
The draw of the knockout stages took place on December 16, 2019, here’s a schedule of meetings :
Games back :
February 18 to 21h February 19 to 21h The 25th of February at 21h February 26 at 21h Atlético Madrid ‑ Liverpool Atalanta ‑ Valencia Chelsea ‑ Bayern Lyon ‑ Juventus Dortmund ‑ PSG Tottenham ‑ RB Leipzig Naples ‑ Barcelona Real ‑ Man City
Games returns :
March 10 to 21h March 11 to 21h March 17 to 21h March 18 to 21h RB Leipzig ‑ Tottenham Liverpool ‑ Atlético Madrid Man City ‑ Real Madrid Barcelona – Naples Valencia ‑ Atalanta PSG ‑ Dortmund Juventus ‑ Lyon Bayern ‑ Chelsea
For more information on these knockout, please visit this page.
Watch the Champions League on the TV, and streaming.
If you want to watch the Champions League on the TV, then you have to go on to RMC Sport, the channel has exclusive broadcast rights of this european competition.
For example, to access the SFR customers can see all of the games since their tv or their smartphone, compared to 9 €/month, but with the subscription, Red by SFR, then it should count as 19 €/month.
For only streaming, you can sign up to the digital without a commitment to RMC Sport (25 €/month).
You don’t have a subscription LICO ? No problem, follow the Champions League in streaming from your other devices ; check out this page RMC Sport to find the offer that suits you according to your operator (Bouygues, Free, Orange..).
Also, be aware that it is possible to see this competition from the channel RMC Sport via a subscription to one of the subscriptions of Canal+ with a satellite decoder. One lasts for 1 year (from 43,90 €/month), the other 2 years (from 44,90 €/month).
Watch the Champions League from abroad.
If you are subscribed to SFR and Canal+ satellite, you are travelling abroad and you do not want to miss this championship, then you can subscribe to a VPN (“virtual private Network”).
Thanks to this, it is possible to hide your location and browse sites as if you were in your home country, or anywhere in the world.
We recommend NordVPN but you can also take a look at our comparison VPN and choose the one that corresponds the most to your expectations, some are even free.