The UEFA Champions League returns this week with an exciting set of matches. Football fans, including those in New Zealand, are looking for ways to watch the Champions League matches in New Zealand. You can stream all the live UCL matches online in NZ through Parmount+, Servus TV, or TNT Sports in New Zealand.

Watch Champions League live stream in New Zealand- [3 Easy Steps]

  1. Get ExpressVPN or PIAVPN subscription.
  2. Download the app & connect to a server in the USA.
  3. Visit Paramont Plus and enjoy streaming!

UEFA Champions League 2023-24

Everything you need to know:

  • Dates: Sep 19th 2023 – June 1st 2024
  • UCL TV Channel in New Zealand: Sky NZ
  • Free Streaming: Servus TV (FREE), Paramount+ (watch on free trial)
  • Recent Champions: Manchester City

Champions League 2023-2024 TV Broadcaster & Live Coverage in NZ

BeIN Sports is the official broadcaster of the 2023-2024 UEFA Champions League in New Zealand. Fans can enjoy live and on-demand UCL matches on BeIN Sports by subscribing to this service.

Free Alternatives of BeIN Sports to watch the UEFA Champions League in New Zealand are Servus TV and RTE Player.

Where to watch the Champions League live in New Zealand

If you’re in New Zealand and looking to stream the UEFA Champions League for free, several options are available.

Watch the Champions League in New Zealand on Paramount+

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Paramount+ offers a 7-day free trial to new subscribers, which provides access to live sports events, including UEFA Champions League matches.

During the free trial period, you can stream live matches of the UEFA Champions League in NZ for free. However, remember that the trial period is only valid for 7 days, and you will be charged a monthly subscription fee after the trial ends if you do not cancel your subscription.

UCL Live Stream in New Zealand on RTÉ Player

RTÉ Player is a popular choice that allows viewers to watch the Champions League matches in New Zealand on desktop or mobile devices and PlayStation consoles. However, to access RTÉ Player in New Zealand, you must install ExpressVPN and change your IP address to Ireland.

You can access RTÉ Player on your desktop or mobile devices running on Android and iOS, making it easy to watch the games on the go. Plus, if you have a PlayStation 3, PlayStation 4, or PlayStation Vita, you can watch the content from RTE Player.

Note: To watch UCL matches for free on RTE, you need to use ExpressVPN and connect your server to Ireland.

UCL Live Stream in New Zealand on Servus TV

Another option is Servus TV, an Austrian broadcasting channel that can be accessed for free by changing your IP address to Austria with the help of ExpressVPN. Servus TV is an Austrian broadcasting channel that broadcasts all UEFA matches for its viewers.

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Watch the Champions League in NZ on BeIN Sports

To watch the UEFA Champions League matches live in New Zealand on Bein Sports, you have to subscribe to Bein SPORTS CONNECT, a streaming service that lets you watch Bein Sports channels live on your computer, smartphone, tablet, or smart TV.

Alternatively, you can subscribe through a pay-TV provider like Sky or Vodafone TV, both offering Bein Sports as part of their packages. Once you’re subscribed, you can enjoy the Champions League matches, usually broadcast on beIN Sports 1 and beIN Sports 2.

Champions League Group Stages

The UEFA Champions League group stage draw for the 2023/24 season has been finalized. Here are the groups and the teams that will be competing:

  • Group A: Bayern (GER), Man United (ENG), Copenhagen (DEN), Galatasaray (TUR)
  • Group B: Sevilla (ESP), Arsenal (ENG), PSV Eindhoven (NED), Lens (FRA)
  • Group C: Napoli (ITA), Real Madrid (ESP), Braga (POR), Union Berlin (GER)
  • Group D: Benfica (POR), Inter (ITA), Salzburg (AUT), Real Sociedad (ESP)
  • Group E: Feyenoord (NED), Atlético Madrid (ESP), Lazio (ITA), Celtic (SCO)
  • Group F: Paris (FRA), Dortmund (GER), Milan (ITA), Newcastle (ENG)
  • Group G: Man City (ENG), Leipzig (GER), Crvena zvezda (SRB), Young Boys (SUI)
  • Group H: Barcelona (ESP), Porto (POR), Shakhtar Donetsk (UKR), Antwerp (BEL)

2023 -2024 UEFA Champions League Schedule

The UEFA Champions League runs alongside each nation’s domestic league schedule. All the matches take place on weekdays. Specifically, games are held on Tuesdays and Wednesdays at 12:55 p.m. and 3:00 p.m. Eastern Time (U.S.).

Event Dates
Qualifying June 27, 2023–August 15, 2023
Play-off round August 22–30, 2023
Group stage September 19–December 13, 2023
Round of 16 February 13–March 13, 2024
Quarterfinals April 9–17, 2024
Semifinals April 30–May 8, 2024
Final June 1, 2024

UEFA Champions League 2023-2024 Format

The UEFA Champions League consists of two main phases: the group stages and the knockout rounds. The tournament begins with 32 teams divided into eight groups, each consisting of four. Only 16 of these teams will progress to the knockout rounds. During the group stage, every team competes against the others in their group in home and away fixtures.

The top two teams from each group secure a spot in the round of 16, while the third-placed teams move on to the Europa League 23/24 knockout playoffs, and the fourth-placed teams are eliminated.

For the round of 16, a draw is conducted, dividing the remaining clubs into two sets of eight teams each. One set includes the group stage winners, while the other comprises the runners-up. It’s important to note that teams from the same country cannot face each other in the round of 16.

The knockout rounds proceed with two-legged ties until the final, which is determined by a single game. Notably, the UEFA Champions League no longer considers away goals.

UEFA Champions League TV Broadcasters

Below are the key broadcasters for the UEFA Champions League, bringing you live coverage of the world’s most popular club football tournament.

Country Streaming Channels
Austria ServusTV, Sky Austria
Belgium Proximus, RTL, VTM
Denmark NENT Group
Germany Amazon Prime, DAZN
France Canal+, BeIN, RMC Sport
Italy Amazon, Mediaset, Sky Italia
Malta Melita, PBS
Norway TV2 Norway
Russia Match TV 
Turkey EXXEN
United Kingdom BT Sport
Mexico Turner
Canada CTV
United States Fox Sports Go, TUDN Deportes
Peru Televideo
Portugal Eleven
Finland MTV
Switzerland blue+, CH Media

UEFA Champions League 23-24 December Fixtures – Match Day 6

Date Home Team Away Team
Tuesday, 12 Dec Lens Sevilla
Tuesday, 12 Dec PSV Arsenal
Wednesday, 13 Dec Man Utd Bayern München
Wednesday, 13 Dec København Galatasaray
Wednesday, 13 Dec Napoli Braga
Wednesday, 13 Dec Union Berlin Real Madrid
Wednesday, 13 Dec Inter Real Sociedad
Wednesday, 13 Dec Salzburg Benfica
Wednesday, 13 Dec Leipzig Young Boys
Wednesday, 13 Dec Crvena Zvezda Man City
Thursday, 14 Dec Atlético Lazio
Thursday, 14 Dec Celtic Feyenoord
Thursday, 14 Dec Dortmund PSG
Thursday, 14 Dec Newcastle Milan
Thursday, 14 Dec Porto Shakhtar Donetsk
Thursday, 14 Dec Antwerp Barcelona

Frequently Asked Questions

Can I watch UEFA matches for free in New Zealand?

Some UEFA matches may be free in New Zealand through TVNZ or Sky Sport, but a subscription to Spark Sport is required for full coverage.

Do I need a cable subscription to watch UEFA matches in New Zealand?

You do not need a cable subscription to watch UEFA matches in New Zealand. Streaming services like Spark Sport, Sky Sport, and TVNZ can be used.

How can I subscribe to Sky Sports to watch UEFA matches?

You can subscribe to Sky Sports through their official website or by calling their customer service. Sky Sport offers various subscription plans, including daily, weekly, monthly, and annual packages, with different levels of access and pricing.

Is there any online streaming option to watch UEFA matches in New Zealand?

Yes, Sky Sports offers online streaming options through their Sky Go app, which is free to all Sky Sports subscribers. Additionally, some matches may be available on streaming platforms such as Spark Sport or Fan Pass, which require separate subscriptions.

Can I watch UEFA Europa League matches in New Zealand?

Yes, Sky Sports also broadcasts UEFA Europa League matches in New Zealand. Like UEFA Champions League, you need to subscribe to Sky Sport to access the coverage of Europa League matches.

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