Sorry, coronavirus, but you couldn’t kill soccer!
The 2019-2020 UEFA Champions League is making its triumphant return, and Americans can stream all the action from the comfort of their quarantines. After Turner reportedly opted out of the broadcast and streaming rights for the international football competition, ViacomCBS swooped in to save the day. In July, the company announced the full schedule for all matches, including the UEFA Champions League Final.
It all begins this afternoon (Friday, August 7) at 3 p.m. ET with two matches: Manchester City versus Real Madrid and Juventus versus Lyon. (You can check out the full schedule here.) If you want to stream these games from the United States on your phone, computer, or smart TV, you have two ways to do that, which I’ve rounded up below: