Barcelona vs Bayern and Liverpool vs Milan: Where to watch the games of the 1st round of the Champions League – Prime Time Zone

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This Tuesday, the 14th, there will be eight games, with two at 1:45 pm and six at 4:00 pm

Reproduction/@ChampionsLeagueChampions League 2021 starts this Tuesday

A Champions League 2021 will start. This Tuesday, the 14th, Young Boys e Manchester United open the first round of the group stage at the Stade de Suisse, Switzerland, at 13:45 GMT. Group F and it will be the debut of Cristiano Ronaldo in the competition, wearing the Red Devils shirt. There will be two matches at that time. At 4 pm, there will be six duels with an emphasis on Barcelona e Bayern Munchen, at the Camp Nou, hair Group E. Both games will be broadcast on TNT Sports, in addition to HBO Max. Besiktas e Borussia Dortmund, do Group C, opens the day at 1pm. The world will be watching Erling Haaland, the 20-year-old Norwegian who is prominent in the Auri-Negro attack and already has 13 goals in 13 games this season. at 4 pm, Liverpool e Milan reedit the final of the 2004/05 season in the first round of the B Group, one of the ‘death groups’ that still has Atlético de Madrid e Porto. This match will be exclusive to HBO Max streaming.

Check below the times and where to watch all the games of the 1st round of the Champions League:

Tuesday 14th

13h45: Young Boys x Manchester United – HBO Max e TNT
13h45: Sevilla x RB Salzburg – HBO Max e Space

16h: Mälmo x Juventus – HBO Max
4pm: Villarreal x Atalanta – HBO Max
4pm: Dynamo Kyiv x Benfica – HBO Max
16h: Lille x Wolfsburg – HBO Max
4 pm: Barcelona x Bayern Munich – HBO Max and TNT
16h: Chelsea x Zenit – HBO Max e Space

Wednesday 15

13h45: Besiktas x Borussia Dortmund – HBO Max e TNT
13h45: Sheriff x Shakhtar Donetsk – HBO Max e Space

16h: Liverpool x Milan – HBO Max
16h: Manchester City x RB Leipzig – HBO Max
4pm: Atlético de Madrid x Porto – HBO Max
16h: Sporting x Ajax – HBO Max
16h: Club Brugge x PSG – HBO Max e TNT
4 pm: Inter Milan vs. Real Madrid – HBO Max and Space