You want to start the Bavaria in the new Champions League season see?
Then you shouldn’t turn on Sky on Tuesday evening as usual. DAZN has secured the largest TV package – but here, too, there are no Bavarians today.
But there is a real highlight waiting for you IMAGE LIVE.
If you want to see Bayern live today, you need an Amazon Prime subscription (7.99 euros per month).
The streaming provider will broadcast a total of 16 games up to the semi-finals in 2021/2022 – each of the top games on Tuesday. Here Amazon has an initial right of access before DAZN.
The preliminary reports start at 7.30 p.m. In the stadium, Matthias Sammer, Mario Gomez and Kim Kulig are experts at the side of presenter Sebastian Hellmann. Jonas Friedrich and Benedikt Höwedes comment on it.
Afterwards there will be summaries of the other games from 11:15 p.m., analyzed by Patrick Owomoyela and Cologne trainer Steffen Baumgart. Ex-referee Wolfgang Stark takes on rule questions as an expert.
DAZN broadcasts 121 of 137 Champions League games. Only the 16 games that run on Amazon on Tuesdays are missing. The subscription costs 14.99 euros per month or 149.99 euros per year.
DAZN boss Thomas de Buhr (52): “With our rights we are number one for all football fans.”
On the first day of the group there are all German games except Bavaria: Lille against Wolfsburg (today, preliminary reports from 8 p.m.) with commentator Jan Platte and expert Ralph Gunesch, Besiktas Istanbul against Dortmund (Wednesday, preliminary reports from 5.45 p.m.) with Uli Hebel and Gunesch, Manchester City versus Leipzig (Wednesday, preliminary reports from 8.30 p.m.) with Jan Platte and Sebastian Kneißl.
For the first time, DAZN is also showing a conference. The Bavarians are not to be seen there today.
The best analysis of the Bayern game will be available on Tuesday from 11 p.m. on BILD LIVE!
After the game, ex-boss Karl-Heinz Rummenigge (65) is a guest at the BILD studio in Berlin. Nobody can offer deeper insights into the Bayern team – after all, Rummenigge helped put together the current team. He resigned from his position as Chairman of the Management Board on June 30, having previously been a member of the management team for 30 years.
Rummenigge rated the game together with Matthias Brügelmann, BILD Editor-in-Chief Sport. The player scores come directly from Bayern reporter Lena Wurzenberger from Barcelona. The program can be seen on TV at BILD LIVE. At the same time, it is also running digitally on www.bild.tv.
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