The Champions League, the soccer competition in which winning (and near-winning) soccer clubs from across Europe battle it out for continent-wide glory, is available live in the US on Paramount+ .
Gone are the days when your only hope of attending those prestigious Union of European Football Associations (UEFA) matches was to hope and pray that your club’s big match would be broadcast by some obscure cable channel. sports-oriented, often without any promotion or fanfare. In 2019CBS announced its agreement to air all the action on what was then called CBS All Access, in addition to a more selective live TV broadcast on CBS Sports.
This agreement has now been slightly modified and solidified. The streaming service in question is now called Paramount+, but the overall broadcast deal was renewed until 2030 earlier this year.
The takeaway: If you want Champions League soccer in the US, Paramount+ is a no-brainer.
How to watch Champions League Soccer on Paramount+.
Every live game is on Paramount+, which costs $4.99 per month(opens in a new tab) for the basic tier, which is all you need – and that’s after taking advantage of a one-week free trial. Naturally, once subscribed, you can stream in browser or install the app on your mobile device or Smart-TV of choice.
Streaming live sports can be a little frustrating as broadcast agreements sometimes prevent services from allowing access to certain features, but Paramount+ allows Champions League streamers to take advantage of pause options, DVR type replay and late start. Paramount+ calls it “Live weather change“, and it is available on most devices.
Upgrading to the Premium tier at $9.99 won’t affect your football streams for the better, but it will give you ad-free streaming programs and live access. National League Women’s Footballso that’s something to consider.