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How and When you watch Champions League matches


You can watch every UEFA Champions League match - from the group stage to the final - on TNT Sports. This article details how to live stream UEFA Champions League matches on discovery+ in the UK and watch via TNT Sports TV channels on platforms including Sky, BT and Virgin Media. Enjoy all the action on TNT Sports. Who will succeed Manchester City as winners of the famous event?

Get ready to enjoy the UEFA Champions League on TNT Sports during the 2023-24 season as Manchester City look to defend their crown under Pep Guardiola.

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Fresh off a truly thrilling competition that saw City triumph over Inter in the grand showpiece in Istanbul, fans can look forward to all the exciting action coming up in this season's edition.

European football's premier event will again showcase the greatest teams and talent after Rodri's winner for City on June 10 saw another crown go to the Premier League.

Attention will first turn to the eagerly anticipated group stage of the competition, and finally the knockout stages, all of which will be shown on TNT Sports.

Guardiola's City will take on RB Leipzig, Crvena Zvezda and Young Boys in the group stage, while Harry Kane will make a return to England as his Bayern Munich are in a group with Manchester United, Copenhagen and Galatasaray.

Kane's visit to Old Trafford will be the first game for Bayern and United in this season's Champions League on September 20, while City begin at home to Crvena Zvezda on September 19.

Newcastle are back on Europe's biggest stage, and face a tough group alongside Paris Saint-Germain, Borussia Dortmund and AC Milan.

Eddie Howe - who exclusively told TNT Sports that the competition would "test and stretch" his side - takes his group to San Siro for their first game against AC Milan on September 19.

Arsenal's reward for qualification is a group containing Sevilla, PSV Eindhoven and Lens. The Gunners start their campaign at home to PSV on September 20.

Wembley Stadium will host the tournament showpiece on June 1, 2024 in what will be the 69th season of Europe's premier competition, and the 32nd since it was rebranded from the European Cup to the Champions League.