News : 2019/2020 Champions League in Stream and TV: play-off second leg today! All results of the premier class at a glance

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2019/2020 Champions League in Stream and TV: play-off second leg today! All results of the premier class at a glance

The UEFA Champions League 2019/20 started on 25th June 2019 with the semi-finals of the preliminary round. Currently running the playoff games of the premier class. The first leg on 20./21.08. and the second leg on 27./28.08.

Champions League 2019/20: Draw of the games in the group stage

On Monday, 05.08.2019, the play-off games of the UEFA Champions League 2019/20 were drawn in Nyon. The draw for the group stage (match day 1 to 6) will take place on 29th August 2019. If you would like to be part of a live match, if the Champions League matches are decided by lot at the UEFA headquarters, the draw can be played in the Live Stream Both on the UEFA website and at Sky is there to see the draw in the online stream. The group stage starts on September 17, 2019.

UEFA Champions League 2019/20 3rd qualifying round is in progress

Since August 6, 2019, the third qualifying round of UCL 2019/20 is running. After the second legs on 13 August, the teams went into the playoff first leg on 20./21. August 2019. In the following weeks, the group stage and the knockout round are on the board, before in the final on May 30, 2020 in the Olympic Stadium in Istanbul, the new winner of the Champions League 2019/20 crowned.

Where can you see the UEFA Champions League 2019/20 in TV and live stream?

Fans of international football may well be wondering where to watch the premier-class games in TV and live stream in the 2019/20 season. The transfers of the Champions League tie seamlessly to the previous season in the 2019/20 season. Also this year, the pay-TV broadcaster Sky shares the broadcasting rights with the live stream provider DAZN. At Sky, it will therefore be 34 single games of the Champions League to see, and the conference calls Sky is transferred closed. In terms of live stream, the premier class will be seen at DAZN - at least 104 of all 125 games. However, those hoping for a live broadcast of the 2019/20 Champions League on free TV will be disappointed, as they were last season. However, there is a small glimmer of hope: in the event that a German team reaches the Champions League final in 2020, the final will be shown in German free-TV.

UEFA Champions League 2019/20: All matches in the new season's fixture

Football fans were able to get an idea of ​​when which matches will take place in the premier class of the 2019/20 season shortly after the final of the Champions League season. In terms of the game schedule, the following dates are relevant in the new CL season:

UEFA Champions League 2019/20: All events at a glance

date phase round
June 25, 2019 qualification Preliminary semi-final
June 28, 2019 qualification Preliminary round final
09/10. July 2019 qualification 1st qualifying round, first leg
16-17. July 2019 qualification 1st qualifying round, second legs
23-24. July 2019 qualification 2nd qualifying round, first leg
30-31. July 2019 qualification 2nd qualifying round, second legs
06./07. August 2019 qualification 3rd qualifying round, first leg
August 13, 2019 qualification 3rd qualifying round, second legs
20-21. August 2019 Play-off Play-off games, first leg
27-28. August 2019 Play-off Play-off games, second legs
17-18. September 2019 group stage 1st game day
01/02. October 2019 group stage 2nd game day
22/23. October 2019 group stage 3rd matchday
05/06. November 2019 group stage 4th game day
26-27. November 2019 group stage 5th matchday
10-11. December 2019 group stage 6th game day
18th to 26th of February 2020 Whacked Round Round of 16, first leg
10th to 18th March 2020 Whacked Round Round of 16, second leg
07/08. April 2020 Whacked Round Quarter-finals, first leg
14-15. April 2020 Whacked Round Quarter-finals, second leg
28-29. April 2020 Whacked Round Semifinals, first leg
05/06. May 2020 Whacked Round Semifinals, second leg
May 30, 2020 Whacked Round final

Draw for the UEFA Champions League 2019/20: When will which round be drawn?

The dates of the draws for the individual rounds of the 2019/20 Champions League have already been announced by UEFA. The following dates have been set:

  • June 11, 2019: Draw Preliminary Semifinals and Preliminary Round finals in qualifying
  • June 18, 2019: Draw 1st qualifying round
  • June 19, 2019: Draw 2nd qualifying round
  • July 22, 2019: Draw 3rd qualifying round
  • August 5, 2019: Draw play-off games
  • August 29, 2019: Draw of the group phase (1st to 6th match day)
  • December 16, 2019: Draw knockout round (knockout round)
  • March 20, 2020: Draw quarter-finals and semi-finals (knockout round)

UEFA Champions League 2019/20: Schedule + Results for the first leg and second leg of the play-off round

date round heading Result
Tuesday, 20.08.2019, 21.00 Playoff round, first leg APOEL - Ajax Amsterdam 0: 0
Tuesday, 20.08.2019, 21.00 Playoff round, first leg CFR Cluj - Slavia Prague 0: 1
Tuesday, 20.08.2019, 21.00 Playoff round, first leg LASK - FC Bruges 0: 1
Wednesday, 21.08.2019, 21.00 clock Playoff round, first leg Dinamo - Rosenborg 2: 0
Wednesday, 21.08.2019, 21.00 clock Playoff round, first leg Olympiacos - FK Krasnodar 4: 0
Wednesday, 21.08.2019, 21.00 clock Playoff round, first leg Young Boys Bern - Red Star 2: 2
date round heading Result
Tuesday, 27.08.2019, 21.00 Play-off round, second legs FK Krasnodar - Olympiakos 1: 2
Tuesday, 27.08.2019, 21.00 Play-off round, second legs Red Star - Young Boys Bern 1: 1
Tuesday, 27.08.2019, 21.00 Play-off round, second legs Rosenborg - Dinamo 1: 1
Wednesday, 28.08.2019, 21.00 clock Play-off round, second legs Ajax Amsterdam - APOEL
Wednesday, 28.08.2019, 21.00 clock Play-off round, second legs Slavia Prague - CFR Cluj
Wednesday, 28.08.2019, 21.00 clock Play-off round, second legs Club Brugge - LASK

+++ 27.08.2019: Marin with Belgrade in the Champions League - Zagreb and Piraeus continue +++

Former German football international Marko Marin has made it into the group stage of the Champions League with Red Star Belgrade. The Serbs were enough on Tuesday in the playoff second leg a 1-1 (0-0) against the Swiss champions Young Boys Bern to progress. In the first leg, both clubs had 2: 2 separated Belgrade came due to the away goals more scored.

Also Dinamo Zagreb and the Greek record champion Olympiacos Piraeus secured a place in the premier class. Zagreb reached after a 2-0 in the first leg at Rosenborg Trondheim a 1-1. Piraeus beat FK Krasnodar 2-1 after the Greeks had already won the first leg 4-0.

It was exciting in Belgrade. After Aleksa Vukanovic took the lead (59 '), Mohamed Ben Nabouhane opened the scoring with his own goal (81'). But the Belgrader, played by Marin, rescued the target.

+++ 27.08.2019: Red Star Belgrade provoked with tanks in front of stadium +++

Red Star Belgrade has sparked a fierce controversy with a parked in front of its own stadium tanks. Before the play-off second leg of the fourth qualifying round of the Champions League against Young Boys Bern on this Tuesday have particularly media from neighboring Croatia violent criticism of the club practiced. The action called it a "clear provocation" and a "scandal". The now-defunct T-55 tank was reported to have been used during the Yugoslav wars, according to Croatian reports.

According to Serbian media reports, a fan club had initiated the action, since Monday the tank is in front of the known as "Marakana of Belgrade" Stadium Rajko Mitic. The club had approved the project in advance. On his Instagram account, Red Star Belgrade posted photos of the tank and called it an "attraction".

At the request of Swiss pay-TV broadcaster Teleclub, the European football association UEFA said: "The tank in front of the stadium is not a problem unless it is shot."

During the first leg against Bern (2: 2) a week ago masked attackers had attacked two bars of Serbian fans in Croatia. The incident sparked heated discussions between politicians from both countries.

In Bern itself, fights with injured people had overshadowed the game. Hundreds of Serbian fans marched to the stadium, attacking several people. The cantonal police had even issued warning shots.

+++ 22.08.2019: Fights and warning shots at football match in Switzerland +++

Fighting with injuries overshadowed the UEFA Champions League playoff game between Swiss football champions Young Boys Bern and Red Star Belgrade (2-2) on Wednesday night. During the march of several hundred Serbian fans to the stadium several people were assaulted, reported the canton police on Thursday morning. You had to give warning shots. Five people were injured, three were temporarily detained.

Even after the game, it came to police to assassinations. The police had been in action until after midnight. Even at the entry of the fans from Belgrade batons, coveralls and fake admission tickets were seized, the police reported. According to the Keystone-SDA agency, hooligans threw a full beer can on the way back. They seem to have interfered with a LGBT flag on the house. LGBT stands for lesbians, gays, bisexuals and transsexuals.

+++ 21.08.2019: Marko Marin holds Belgrade in the race for the Champions League +++

Thanks to Marko Marin, Serbian champions Red Star Belgrade can continue to dream of their second participation in the group stage in the Football Champions League. Borussia Mönchengladbach's former professional and Werder Bremen prepared both goals for their 2-1 win against Young Boys Bern in the first leg of the fourth qualifying round on Wednesday.

With a corner kick, 30-year-old Marin put in the 18th minute for Milos Degenek, who turned with a bow lamp to the head to 1: 1. Immediately after the change Marin initiated an attack on the right side, which finished the Argentinian Matteo Garcia (46) on the far post to 2: 1.

The lead for the Swiss champions, in which ex-Hertha's Fabian Lustenberger captained the defense, was scored by Ivorian Roger Assalé in the 7th minute. The equalizer for the hosts was scored by Guillaume Hoarau with a converted penalty (76 '). The second leg will take place next Tuesday in Belgrade.

+++ 8/20/2019: Doll may dream of Champions League entry - 0: 0 against Ajax +++

Coach Thomas Doll has annoyed the great favorite Ajax Amsterdam with APOEL Nicosia and may even dream of entering the Champions League. The underdog from Cyprus won on Tuesday in the play-off first leg against last year's semi-finalists 0-0 and thus does not travel with chance to the second leg on 28 August to the Netherlands. Nicosia even had some good chances to win. This saw Ajax professional Noussair Mazraoui the yellow-red card.

Doll had taken over APOEL only in early August and led in his first game the club by a 2-0 at FK Karabach surprising to progress in the third qualifying round, after the first leg against the Azerbaijani champion was still lost 1: 2.

+++ 14.08.2019: Champions League: Bayern among the top clubs, Dortmund in pot 2 +++

Even before the playoffs for the Champions League prevails in the four Bundesliga football in terms of seedlist for the draw for the group stage on 29 August clarity. The Bayern Munich was already set as a German champions in pot one. Borussia Dortmund is led in pot two. Bayer Leverkusen follows in the third category, while RB Leipzig has to make do with the fourth and final pot.

In the first pot are the two European Cup winners FC Liverpool and Chelsea FC and the masters of the six major leagues again. Thereafter, the set list is determined by the club coefficients. This reflects the performances of the clubs of the past five seasons. Since Dortmund has with 85,000 points a high value to book. Leverkusen (61,000) is just about to miss the second pot. At Leipzig, it is after only two European Cup years 22,000 meters. For example, a group with Liverpool FC and Real Madrid would be possible for both Leverkusen and Leipzig.

The complete composition of the Lostöpfe is only after the playoff round on August 28 set. The group stage draw will take place one day later in Monaco. The four lot pots at a glance:

Pot 1: Liverpool FC, Chelsea FC, Barcelona FC, Manchester City, Juventus, FC Bayern Munich, Paris Saint-Germain, Zenit St. Petersburg

Pot 2: Real Madrid, Atlético Madrid, Borussia Dortmund, SSC Naples, Shakhtar Donetsk, Tottenham Hotspur, Benfica Lisbon

Pot 2 or 3: Olympique Lyon

Pot 3: Bayer Leverkusen, FC Salzburg, Valencia CF, Inter Milan

Pot 3 or 4: Locomotive Moscow, KRC Genk

Pot 4: Galatasaray Istanbul, RB Leipzig, Atalanta Bergamo, OSC Lille

The remaining six places will be played in the playoffs:

  • Dinamo Zagreb - Rosenborg Trondheim
  • CFR Cluj - Slavia Prague
  • Young Boys Bern - Red Star Belgrade
  • APOEL Nicosia - Ajax Amsterdam
  • Linzer ASK - Club Bruges
  • Olympiakos Piraeus - FK Krasnodar

+++ 13.08.2019: Premiere succeeded: Doll with Nicosia in the playoff of the Champions League +++

Thomas Doll has just passed his first test as new coach of Apoel Nicosia. The former coach of Bundesliga relegated Hannover 96 won with the Cypriot traditional football club the second leg in the third qualifying round of the Champions League at Azerbaijani champion FK Karabakh on Tuesday with 2: 0 (1: 0). The first leg in Nicosia had lost Apoel 1: 2 and then separated from coach Paolo Tramezzani.

Tomás De Vincenti (34 minutes / penalty) and Urosh Matich (68) scored in Baku, the two goals that brought Apoel in the playoffs of the Champions League qualification.

Now it is really difficult for Doll, because the playoff opponent of Nicosia is called Ajax Amsterdam. The Champions League semi-finalist won in the evening 3: 2 (1: 1) against PAOK Saloniki (first leg 2: 2). The Dutch were even with a goal by Diego Biseswar (23) even 0: 1 back. But then Dusan Tadic scored a penalty (43.), after the Serb had failed with a first penalty to Salonikis keeper Alexandros Paschalakis (32). Nicolas Tagliafico (79.) and again Tadic (85./Foulelfmeter) then made everything clear for the superior hosts. The 2: 3 through the double goalscorer Biseswar (90. + 4) came too late for the Greeks.

The 28-time Cypriot champion from Nikosa had committed Doll as a new coach on 8 August. The 53-year-old former international received a contract until May 2021.

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