Champions League live and exclusive in Eleven Sports

The Champions League is back on August 7, with the games of the Eighth Finals, which were suspended in March, which may take place in Porto and Guimarães.

After this phase, the Champions League moves to Lisbon, from 12 to 23 of August, for a final to 8, with all the games of the Quarter Final, Half Final and Final. All Champions League matches will be broadcast live and exclusive on Eleven Sports.

Interrupted 3 months ago due to the pandemic of COVID-19, the Champions League returns on August 7 with the best of football, which will end in a tournament that, for 12 days, will bring together the 8 finalist clubs in Lisbon. From the 12th to the 23rd of August the Portuguese capital will again be the world capital of football, 6 years after the Champions League Final, in which Real Madrid beat Atl. Madrid.

In the second leg of the Round of 16, held in March, PSG, Atalanta, Atl. Madrid and Leipzig, yet to find the other 4 clubs from Real Madrid, Man. City, Chelsea, Bayern, Juventus, Lyon, Napoli, and Barcelona.

The matches of the Eighth Finals, which have not yet taken place, will be played on the 7th and 8th of August, and it remains to be decided whether they will be played in the stadiums originally planned or if they will be played in Portugal, at Estádio do Dragão, in Porto, and at the D. Afonso Henriques Stadium, in Guimarães.

August 7

  • Juventus vs Lyon
  • Barcelona vs Napoli

August 8

  • Bayern v Chelsea
  • City vs. Real Madrid

After this phase, the Champions League will be played in Lisbon, in an 8 final, with all the games to be held at Estádio do Sport Lisboa e Benfica and at Estádio José Alvalade.

The Quarter Finals will be played in just one hand, over four consecutive days, from 12 to 15 August. The Semi-Finals will be played on the 18th and 19th of August and the Final will take place on the 23rd of August.

The Directorate-General for Health has already ensured that “all the conditions to host this sporting event in Portugal” are met.

For Jorge Pavão de Sousa, Managing Director of Eleven Sports, “The return of the Champions League to Portugal is a great joy for Eleven Sports and for all sports fans. With Portugal hosting the final three stages of the competition, Lisbon becomes the football capital of the world. We will follow the competition minute by minute, inside and outside the stadiums and broadcast all matches, Live, Exclusive and in High Definition, so that our fans do not miss the best of the sport.

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