The Champions League is back. After a tense and thrilling 2020-21 campaign, Europe's top teams are ready to do it all over again.
Much has changed since Chelsea beat Man City to lift the trophy in May. Alongside a dramatic Euro 2020 tournament, we've seen one of the craziest summer transfer windows in recent memory.
Two of the greatest players of all time have been on the move - Leo Messi joining PSG before Cristiano Ronaldo re-joined Man Utd. Romelu Lukaku has returned to lead the line for Chelsea, while Man City signed Jack Grealish for a British record £100m.
However, almost as significant is the players that haven't signed for new clubs. Kylian Mbappé will link up with Messi after staying at PSG, while Robert Lewandowski has stuck with Bayern despite expressing his desire to leave. Harry Kane has also committed his immediate future to Spurs, but they'll be playing in the new European Conference League this season.
Here's how you can watch all the Champions League action, wherever you are in the world.
Champions League fixtures
The Champions League is back with a bang - there are some exciting Gameweek 1 ties to look forward to. All will be available to watch via BT Sport, with UK kick-off times listed below:
Wed 15 Sept
- Liverpool v AC Milan - KO 20.00 - BT Sport 2/Ultimate
- Man City v RB Leipzig - KO 20.00 - BT Sport 3
- Inter Milan v Real Madrid - KO 20.00 - BT Sport Extra 2
- Besiktas v Borussia Dortmund - KO 17.45 - BT Sport 1
- Sheriff Tiraspol v Shakhtar Donetsk - KO 17.45 - BT Sport ESPN
- Atlético Madrid v FC Porto - KO 20.00 - BT Sport Extra 3
- Club Brugge v PSG - KO 20.00 - BT Sport ESPN
- Sporting CP v Ajax - KO 20.00 - BT Sport Extra 4
Results so far
- Young Boys 2-1 Man Utd
- Chelsea 1-0 Zenit St Petersburg
- Barcelona 0-3 Bayern Munich
- Sevilla 1-1 RB Salzburg
- Dynamo Kiev 0-0 Benfica
- Lille 0-0 Wolfsburg
- Malmo 0-3 Juventus
- Villarreal 2-2 Atalanta
There's a full guide to the Champions League fixtures and results on the UEFA website.
How to watch the Champions League in the UK
BT Sport has exclusive rights to the Champions League in the UK, so you'll need an active subscription in order to start watching.
There are a few options when it comes to signing up to BT Sport, firstly by taking BT Broadband. Put your postcode into the website to see what deals are available.
On the TV side, prices start at £7.50 per month for six months before rising to £15 per month for the rest of the 24-month contract. In exchange, you'll get all the BT Sport channels and BoxNation.
You can also just use the BT Sport app - works on mobile, tablet, smart TV and console - and buy the Monthly Pass for £25pm. Depending on your device, you'll still be able to watch in up to 4K HDR quality.
Sky customers can get BT Sport added from £20pm. BT also offers a combined package with Sky Sports via Now, which is £20pm for three months on a half-price deal. The VIP package adds even more, including Sky Cinema, for £65pm.
How to watch the Champions League outside the UK
BT Sport is geo-restricted, meaning you can only officially watch its coverage if you're based in the UK.
A workaround is available if you're outside this region, but we'd encourage you to find the the local broadcaster first - especially if you're based there permanently. That's CBS and Univision in the US, Stan in Australia or Sony Pictures Networks in the Indian subcontinent.
However, if you already have an active UK subscription, we'd recommend accessing the BT Sport stream using a VPN. This will allow you to still appear as if you're in the UK and retain access to channels, and it's completely legal.
If you're only planning on using the VPN for the football, you might also want to consider a free VPN. Nearly all will have a UK server, but there may be strict data limits.