The Champions League Finals are here! Stream the games with these tips
After a bit of schedule shuffling thanks to COVID-19 and the current global pandemic, the Champions League is finally here, and we want to help you figure out the best way to live stream some of the more anticipated games from all eight groups! Heck, between the snowstorms & COVID-19, now might be the best time to become a “big soccer guy” and really invest in these games before the epic final match in a few months.
Organized by the UEFA, or the Union of European Football Associations, the Champions League Finals is scheduled to be played on May 29th, 2021, at the Atatürk Olympic Stadium in Istanbul, Turkey. It’s a match the whole world is ready to watch, as the winner of this will go on to face the 2020-2021 UEFA Europa League in the 2021 UEFA Super Cup. They will also qualify for the 2021 FIFA Club World Cup in Japan.
With the Champions League Final only being a few months away, these current games are as important as ever to determine who will be facing off in the epic match. Let’s delve into the Champions League as well as some of the best ways to stream the games.
What is the Champions League?
Originally named the European Champion Clubs Cup, the UEFA Champions League kicked off (no pun intended) its competition proper on October 20th, 2020, having wrapped up its qualifying matches on September 20th, 2020.
The Champions League has a total of seventy-nine teams participating, all from fifty-four of the fifty-five UEFA member associations. It should be noted that the rankings & participants from each association are a bit difficult to follow, which is why you should hop on board the Champions League bandwagon ASAP.
So, with all the action ramping up, what are some of the best ways to stream some of the best Champions League games?
CBS All Access
All Champions League games are available live on CBS All Access, which is otherwise known as CBS’s streaming service. The actual network will only be showing a select few of the Champions League games, as well as the Champions League Final in May.
This streaming service currently runs at $5.99 per month, but is actually offering a free one-month trial, from now till mid-August!
You can stream CBS All Access through multiple devices, including Xbox One, Roku, Samsung, Apple TV, iPhone, iPad, Amazon FireTV, LG, Google Chromecast, PlayStation 4, as well as others.
FuboTV, which is currently offering a free trial period for all new subscribers, will help you catch all of the action of the 2021 Champions League games. FuboTV is a non-contract binding subscription that allows you to cancel at any time, offering programs such as beIN Sports, TUDN, FOX Deportes, ESPN HD, and much more.
YouTube TV, which offers live sports via the CBS Sports Network, also offers potential subscribers a free trial period to check out all their incredible offerings. With zero contracts, zero storage limits, and up to six included accounts, YoutTube TV might be the best way to go if you’re all in on these Champions League games.
Hulu, which streams live sports through the CBS Sports Network, offers those who are interested in checking out some Champions League games a variety of subscription plans starting as low as $5.99 per month.
Even better? Hulu has multiple add-ons available that will help you lock in other prime streaming services, like HBO Max & Showtime.
Are you excited about the upcoming Champions League games? Which team do you love rooting for? Are there other streaming options that you think we missed? Comment below and let us know your thoughts.