Bayern Munich vs PSG live stream: How to watch Champions League match online without cable

Bayern Munich vs PSG live stream: How to watch Champions League match online without cable

PSG face a familiar rival blocking their path to the Champions League quarter-finals when they travel to Bayern Munich in a last 16 clash.

Christophe Galtier’s visitors trail 1-0 after their first defeat in Paris last month and must win in Bavaria to avoid another early exit from Europe this season.

Superstar striker Neymar is missing for the visitors as the Brazilian failed to overcome an ankle injury in time to travel, but key duo Kylian Mbappe and Lionel Messi are fit for PSG.

Fans around the world can stream this high-stakes Champions League match live, and The Sporting News has all the details on how to do so below.

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Bayern Munich vs PSG live stream

This match is the seventh meeting between these two European superpowers in the last six seasons, with Bayern coming out on top in most Champions League matches.

A home win each in the 2017/18 group stage was followed by Kingsley Coman’s winning goal in the 2020 final, before Bayern edged past Mauricio Pochettino’s PSG in the 2021 quarter-finals.

USA fuboTV, Univision, VIX+, TUDN USA, Paramount+
Canada DAZN
Great Britain BT Sport app/site
Australia Stan Sports
New Zealand Kick Sports
India JioTV, Sony LIV
Hong Kong beIN Sports Connect

beIN Sports Connect, sooka

Singapore beIN Sports Connect, StarHub TV+
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Watch Bayern Munich vs PSG online

Here’s how fans around the world can stream the match worldwide.

UK/North American name

Fans in the UK can stream the Champions League 2022/23 via BT Sports services with Paramount+ and fuboTV offering access to supporters in the US. DAZN is the exclusive Champions League broadcaster in Canada this season.

Asia/Oceania region name

This game can be streamed via IN Sports Connect in Hong Kong, Malaysia and Singapore, with sooka and StarHub TV+ providing additional services in the latter two countries.

JioTV and Sony LIV will carry the game in India.

Fans in Australia can follow the action via Stan Sport with Spark Sport broadcasting it in New Zealand.

Champions League set-up: 16 March 7-8

This week’s Champions League action involves four second leg matches in the last 16, with four teams moving into a quarter-final place as four losing teams exit the competition.

Champions League round of 16 – 7-8 March
Lineup (results from the first leg) Date Kick-off time (GMT/ET)
Benfica against Club Brugge (2-0) Tuesday, March 7 20:00/15:00
Chelsea vs Borussia Dortmund (0-1) Tuesday, March 7 20:00/15:00
Bayern Munich vs PSG (1-0) Wednesday, March 8 20:00/15:00
Tottenham vs. AC Milan (0-1) Wednesday, March 8 20:00/15:00

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