Guide to Watching UEFA Champions League Live Online

Guide to Watching UEFA Champions League Live Online

The UEFA Champions League is the most prestigious club competition in Europe and is organized by the Union of European Football Associations (UEFA). The tournament was established in 1955 as the European Cup, where only the league winners from European countries were eligible to participate. Over time, the competition expanded, and more teams and group stages were added, resulting in a rebrand to the UEFA Champions League in the 1991/92 season. Since then, the Champions League has grown to become one of the most lucrative sports competitions worldwide.


If you want to watch UEFA Champions League live online, UEFA has promised to provide extensive coverage rights of the competition around the world starting from the 2022/23 season. Broadcasters from over 120+ territories have bought the rights, which means that live coverage of Champions League matches is readily available on local TV in most parts of the world. However, if you are still unable to access live coverage in your region, TOTALSPORTEK provides many live streaming links for Champions League matches throughout the season.


To watch Champions League matches on TOTALSPORTEK, click on the UEFA Champions League button on the menu bar to access the dedicated Champions League page where all the upcoming matches are listed. To watch a particular game, click on the match link, and it will take you to a live links thread of that page where you can find 70 to 100 working links for every single match.


While TOTALSPORTEK aims to make life easier for sports fans to watch matches live online, it doesn't host or publish any streaming content. Instead, the links are directed to external sites that do provide live action of matches.


Apart from TotalSportek, there are several other ways to watch UEFA Champions League. Numerous channels across the world offer Champions League coverage via their official online platforms, and they are free to air in their respective countries.


If you want to unlock official Champions League streams, you can use a virtual private network (VPN) to access them. A Swiss online platform called "Play-Suisse" has rights for Champions League as well as FIFA World Cup. Anyone in Switzerland can watch Play-Suisse online for free. However, this platform is geo-blocked outside Switzerland. But if you use a VPN and switch your device's IP address to Switzerland and then visit the play-suisse website, you will be able to access their coverage of Champions League available in French, Italian, and German, absolutely free.


Another option is to pay a small fee of $8 a month and subscribe to either Showmax (South Africa) or beIN Sports (Middle-East). Both channels have Champions League rights, and their subscription is much cheaper compared to what people have to pay in the UK or the US, for example. However, to access Showmax and beIN Sports streams, you will still need to use a VPN.