It’s time for the Champions League, folks. This week doesn’t have a blockbuster contest like, but there is still high-quality football to watch.
Our group pick this week? Probably Atlético de Madrid vs. Chelsea, but all four games this week are compelling.
Here’s everything you need to know …
Round of 16: Stage 1
Atlético de Madrid vs. Chelsea – 3pm EST, February 23.
Lazio vs. Bayern Munich – 3 pm EST, February 23.
Atalanta vs. Real Madrid – 3pm EST, February 24.
Borussia Mönchengladbach vs. Man City – 3pm EST, February 24.
Results so far
RB Leipzig – 0
Liverpool – 2 (Salah 53 ‘; Mane 58’)
Barcelona – 1 (Messi 27 ‘(P))
PSG – 4 (Mbappé 32 ‘, 65’, 85 ‘; Keane 70’)
Sevilla – 2 (Suso 7 ′; De Jong 84 ′
Borussia Dortmund – 3 (Dahoud 19 ‘; Haaland 27’, 43 ‘)
Oporto – 2 (Taremi 2 ‘; Marega 46’)
Juventus – 1 (Church 82 ‘)
How to watch
Your best bet is to sign up for CBS All Access.
Full details on CBS online coverage of Champions League matches can be found here. CBS All Access not only has access to this particular match, but everybody Champions League matches. You will also be able to watch all the matches of the Europa League, the second level European competition.
However, Univision has the rights to the United States Spanish-language broadcast of the Champions League. You can find more here.
If you want to watch the Champions League in the UK, our recommendation is to register on BT Sport.
BT Sport is broadcasting all the Champions League matches, but it also gives you access to a lot of other good things, like the UFC, so it’s worth getting.
Like the English Premier League, Optus Sport is showing all the Champions League matches in Australia.
If you are interested in watching football, the Optus Sport offer is good. Especially if you follow the EPL which, being the highest profile league on the planet, is followed by the majority of soccer fans.
Disclaimer: I subscribe to the service and I love it. Easy access to all games on my smart TV and works well with a mobile app.