Which Champions League Matches Will Be Broadcast On Mediaset Infinity?

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Mediaset has acquired the rights to stream the Champions League until 2024, as it is known. In addition to Channel 5, where the best matches on Tuesday will be visible, the Biscione will also rely on the pay Infinity+ platform.

Specifically, on Infinity+ subscribers will have the opportunity to see all the matches on Tuesday (of which a note also visible free on Channel 5) and 7 of the 8 matches on Wednesday of the group phase.

Overall, on Infinity+ subscribers, who will pay the monthly fee, will have access to 121 matches, including 17 free on Infinity and 104 on Infinity+, including semi-finals and finals.

We remind you that Amazon will also broadcast the Champions League, with the best match on Wednesday that can be seen free of charge on Prime Video for all those who have a Prime subscription. Sky has also acquired the rights to broadcast the Cup from the Big Ears: subscribers to the Sport package of pay TV will have the opportunity to see all games except those available on Amazon, which can still be followed through the application of Prime Video

Back in Mediaset, it recently emerged how the Champions League matches broadcast on Channel 5 will be chosen.

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