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How to watch Carabao Cup matches live online in Germany

The Carabao Cup is back, with Manchester City chasing an incredible fourth straight title. Here's how to watch online.

The Carabao Cup is back for another season and promises another year of thrills, cracking goals and upsets. It is being squeezed into a shorter timeframe in 2020/21 due to the impact of the coronavirus. Manchester City have had a stranglehold on the tournament in recent years, claiming four of the past five competitions and three straight overall.

City’s dominance has lifted them to seven Carabao Cup triumphs in total, one behind Liverpool for the all-time record. Who prevails this year and, more importantly, how can you tune in?

How to watch the Carabao Cup in Germany

In Germany, the Carabao Cup is exclusive to sports streaming service DAZN. You can watch the tournament and much more for the next month for no cost using DAZN’s generous 30-day free trial.

Live stream the Carabao Cup on DAZN

DAZN is a rapidly growing sports service that was established in 2016 and expanded in a further 200 countries on 1 December, 2020. The month-long free trial is a great way for users to test it out. After that, you can continue on for 11,99 € per month or take a discounted rate by opting into the 119,99 € yearly pass.

You can cancel your subscription at least 24 hours before your 30-day trial is up. DAZN has plenty of sport on offer, including the UEFA Champions League, Bundesliga, NBA, NFL, MLB and much more. You can see the full list of sports available and an extensive DAZN guide here.

DAZN also has an app available to download and use with Amazon Fire’s tablet, TV and Stick, Android and iOS devices, Google Chromecast, LG/Panasonic/Samsung/Sony/Hisense Smart TVs, plus Playstation and Xbox gaming consoles.


Stream DAZN for 30 days free and no lock-in contract

Take advantage of DAZN's 30-day FREE trial and stream live sport. Monthly and annual subscriptions available.

History of the Carabao Cup

The 2020/21 Carabao Cup is the 61st season of what is traditionally known as the EFL Cup or the League Cup. Manchester City are the three-time defending champions and are yet again among the favourites to take out the silverware.

Round three is when the Premier League clubs enter the competition. It is also when the Carabao Cup traditionally starts to dish up some surprise results.

Last season, heavyweight EPL clubs Manchester United and Tottenham went to penalties, against League One side Rochdale and League two side Colchester respectively. Things went from bad to worse for Tottenham, who lost on penalties and were knocked out of the tournament.

Carabao Cup competition format

All clubs from the EFL and EPL feature in the competition. Sides compete in a straight knockout format across every round this season. Usually the semi-finals use the home-and-away format, but not in 2020/21.

The final is set to be played at London’s Wembley Stadium on 28 February 2021, where the winner qualifies for the following season’s Europa League.

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