How to watch Champions League : TV channels, fixtures and round of 16 schedules and predictions
Following a three-month hiatus, the UEFA Champions League returns this evening with two mouth-watering round of 16 ties.
Tottenham travel to the San Siro to take on AC Milan, whilst Bayern Munich take on French giants PSG. Both ties are being played at 8pm GMT tonight.
Spurs come into their clash with the reigning Italian champions having lost 4-1 to Leicester in the Premier League on Saturday, despite seeing off Manchester City just a week prior to defeat at the King Power Stadium.
Hugo Lloris, Rodrigo Bentancur, Yves Bissouma, Ryan Sessegnon and Pierre-Emile Hojbjerg are all set to miss out in Milan, with Conte hoping to gain a positive result heading into the second leg on March 8.
As for the hosts, Milan have faltered somewhat after claiming their first Scudetto in ten years, currently sitting five in the table and 18 points behind league leaders Napoli.
In this evening’s other clash, Bayern take on PSG at the Parc des Princes, with both sides currently topping their domestic leagues at present. Bayern are currently the second favourites to win the Champions League.
Champions League round-of-16 ties draw
PSG v Bayern Munich: first leg – Tuesday 14 February; second leg – Wednesday 8 March
AC Milan v Tottenham: first leg – Tuesday 14 February; second leg – Wednesday 8 March
Club Brugge v Benfica: first leg – Wednesday 15 February; second leg – Tuesday 7 March
Borussia Dortmund v Chelsea: first leg – Wednesday 15 February; second leg – Tuesday 7 March
Liverpool v Real Madrid: first leg – Tuesday 21 February; second leg – Wednesday 15 March
Eintracht Frankfurt v Napoli: first leg – Tuesday 21 February; second leg – Wednesday 15 March
RB Leipzig v Manchester City: first leg – Wednesday 22 February; second leg – Tuesday 14 March
Inter Milan v Porto: first leg – Wednesday 22 February; second leg – Tuesday 14 March
US kick off-times
All fixtures listed above, first and second legs, are scheduled to kick-off at exactly the same time. For Eastern Standard Time (EST) this would be 3:00pm, whilst Pacific Standard Time (PST) would be 12:00pm.
How to watch on TV in the USA
In the USA, Paramount have exclusive streaming rights to the Champions League until the end of the 2029/30 campaign. They will be streaming every single fixture in the competition via their Paramount+ service, therefore a paid subscription is required.