How to Watch UEFA Champions League in the US

Now that the proposed European Super League has been sidelined, soccer fans can now get back to the important stuff: the action. And that means concentrating on figuring out how you can watch the Champions League in the USA.


Want to know how to watch all the coverage of the UEFA Champions League? Paramount Plus has the access you want and need, starting with the first leg of the UEFA Champions League semifinals. If you’re already subscribed, congrats–you can start watching here. But if you haven’t pulled the trigger on Paramount Plus, you can subscribe now, and get a week free. After that, pricing starts at $5.99 a month with limited commercials, or you can choose the commercial free plan for $9.99 per month.


With the games beginning today, April 27, at 3pm ET with Real Madrid vs Chelsea, it’s important to know Paramount Plus is the US home for the UEFA Champions League; the subscription-based service is the only place to watch Champions League knockout rounds.  But, if you’re ready to subscribe now,  Paramount Plus also includes over 30,000 episodes and films from ViacomCBS’ brands and production studios, including BET, CBS, Comedy Central, MTV, Nickelodeon, Paramount Pictures and the Smithsonian Channel. And, you’ll have access to originals, like The Good Fight, The Stand and Star Trek: Picard, as well as the new SpongeBob prequel series Kamp Koral: SpongeBob’s Under Years.

But back to Champions League, USA! Tomorrow, April 28, you can watch watch PSG (Paris Saint-Germain) take on Man City at 3pm ET. The second leg schedule has PSG against Man City at 4pm ET on May 4 and Chelsea vs Real Madrid at 3pm ET on May 5. In addition, soccer fans will have access to The Golazo Show with best moments from matches in progress, the weekly UEFA Champions League Magazine Show, UEFA Champions League Today live from London before and after matches, the Pre- and Post-Match shows from CBS Sports HQ, and your evening highlights wrap-up from UEFA Champions Club.

Sign up for Paramount+ to watch UEFA Champions League action