The UEFA Champions League, in its 2022/23 season, reaches its last round of the group stage, with 16 more games that will be spread over two days this week to be shown in Brazil. Now, with the end of daylight saving time in Europe, the duels take place at 14:45 and 17:00, Brasília time.
National broadcasting rights are divided between SBT, on open TV, and Warner Bros. Discovery, on closed TV and streaming. TudoCelular tells you how to watch matches on television and on the internet.
transmission calendar [01-02/11/22]
2:45 pm – Porto vs Atletico Madrid – TNT and HBO Max
14h45 – Bayer Leverkusen x Club Brugge – Space e HBO Max
17h00 – Liverpool x Napoli – TNT e HBO Max
17h00 – Marseille x Tottenham – Space e HBO Max
17:00 – Bayern Munich vs Inter Milan – SBT and HBO Max
17h00 – Viktoria Plzen x Barcelona – HBO Max
17h00 – Rangers x Ajax – HBO Max
17h00 – Sporting x Frankfurt – HBO Max
This Tuesday (1st), there will be five clashes on Brazilian television. At 2:45 pm, Porto vs Atlético de Madrid will air on TNT, while Bayer Leverkusen vs Club Brugge will be shown on Space.
Later, at 5 pm, SBT will feature the European classic between Bayern Munqiue x Inter Milan on open TV. At the same time, TNT will have Liverpool v Napoli, and Space will broadcast Marseille v Tottenham.
HBO Max will show all matches in streaming, with the right to three exclusives. The highlight is on account of Viktoria Plzen x Barcelona.
Curiosity Oct 11
14h45 – Real Madrid x Celtic – TNT e HBO Max
14h45 – Shakhtar x RB Leipzig – Space e HBO Max
17h00 – Juventus x PSG – TNT e HBO Max
17h00 – Milan x RB Salzburg – Space e HBO Max
5pm – Chelsea v Dynamo Zagreb – HBO Max
17h00 – Copenhagen x Borussia Dortmund – HBO Max
17h00 – M. Haifa x Benfica – HBO Max
17h00 – Manchester City x Sevilla – HBO Max
On Wednesday (2), at 2:45 pm, there will be Real Madrid x Celtic, on TNT, and Shakhtar x RB Leipzig, on Space. At 5 pm, it is TNT’s turn to air Juventus x PSG, while Space will have Milan x RB Salzburg.
This time, it will be four games exclusively on HBO Max. Among the main ones are Manchester City v Sevilla and Chelsea Dinamo Zagreb.
So, where do you intend to watch the Champions League matches this week? Tell us!
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