Bayern Munich v Manchester City – How To Watch, TV Channel, Live Stream Details
How to watch Manchester City’s UEFA Champions League match against Bayern Munich.
For City, they will be looking to book their place in the UEFA Champions League semi-final against last season’s opponents, Real Madrid, after they beat Chelsea at Stamford Bridge, winning 4-0 on aggregate.
For Guardiola, it’s another step closer to winning Europe’s ultimate prize, which would also be the first time in Manchester City’s history.
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“I’ve been here at Bayern Munich and I know the mentality of this club.
“It’s everywhere, it’s in the skin. I know they believe they can do it.
“This is an opportunity to prove ourselves versus one of the best in Europe and we’ll try to impose our game.
“The mindset is to try and win the game. The approach is the same, come here knowing the quality they have.
“We just talk about the game we have to play, not the result one week ago or the consequences or future, it’s what you have to do in the game.”
How To Watch/Livestream
Fans in the UK can watch the match on BT Sport 1 along with BT Sport Ultimate, and it can be streamed via the BT Sport App and on BTSport.com, with kick-off scheduled for 8 pm BST.
Supporters in the US can watch the action unfold on VIX+, Univision NOW, Univision and Paramount+. Kick-off is set for 12 am PST and 3 pm EST.
Fans in Australia can watch the game on Stan Sport, with kick-off set for 5 am AEST* and 3 am AWST* (*Thursday Morning)
The match will be televised in Italy on Sky Sport Uno, Sky Sport 4K, Sky Sport Football, Sky Sport 251 and can be streamed via Sky Go Italia and NOW TV. Kick-off is 9 pm CET.
For viewers in Portugal, the game can be watched on Eleven Sports 2 Portugal, with kick-off set for 8 pm WET.
In India, the game will be shown on SonyLIV and JioTV, where the match is set to kick off at 12:30* am IST (Thursday Morning)
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