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How to watch 2021/22 UEFA Champions League matches live in Germany

The UEFA Champions League is back and all games are available to watch live in Germany. Here's how you can tune in.

The UEFA Champions League (UCL) is one of the most prestigious tournaments in all of football. It determines which is the best club in Europe and is the trophy every side covets.

English club Chelsea is the defending champion heading into the 2021/22 tournament, defeating Manchester City in the final of last season’s coronavirus-impacted competition for their second title overall.

Liverpool, Bayern Munich, Real Madrid, Manchester City, Juventus, PSG, Barcelona, Manchester United and Atletico are among the big teams competing for this year’s crown.

How to watch the Champions League in Germany

In Germany, the rights to the 2020/21 Champions League tournament are split between DAZN and Sky. Our choice for best value and overall content is DAZN, which has a 30-day free trial.

Stream Champions League on DAZN

DAZN is a bit of a trailblazer when it comes to sports streaming. It’s a growing service that has expanded into more than 200 countries worldwide. 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 119,99 € for a discounted annual rate.

If you decide DAZN isn’t for you, then simply cancel at least 24 hours before your 30 days are up. DAZN has plenty of sport on offer, including the Bundesliga, NBA, MLB, Europa League, UFC and more. You can see the full list of sports available and an extensive DAZN guide here.

DAZN has an app available to download on iOS and Android devices plus Amazon’s Fire tablet, TV and stick. Other viewing options include Chromecast, a range of Smart TVs or PlayStation and Xbox 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.

Champions League schedule

Champions League tournament format

The tournament has several different preliminary and qualifying rounds, but the real fun begins in the group stage with 32 teams. Clubs are divided equally into eight different groups, with teams seeded before the draw. Each team plays its group opponents in a home and away round-robin format.

The group stage is traditionally played from September to December and is held over six match days. Teams from the same nations are also split up to ensure parity. After the group stage, the UCL progresses to the knockout phase, which usually begins in February and is contested by 16 clubs.

The 16 teams who finished as the top 2 in each group advance and play matches over 2 legs. Those who finished in third place in their group enter the UEFA Europa League. The knockout phase begins with the round of 16 and sees the 8 group winners seeded against the 8 runners-up.

At this point, teams still can’t be drawn against clubs from the same country or who were previously in their group. Then from the quarter-finals onwards, there are no restrictions on who will play each other through to the semi-finals and final.

When is the UEFA Champions League final?

The final will be held on 28 May 2022 at Gazprom Stadium in Saint Petersburg, Russia. It is the home ground of Russian club FC Zenit.

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