It’s Champions League time, folks. The group stages are done and dusted, now we’re off to the knockout stages. Two legs, home and away. We’re down to the big boy teams and there are already some fascinating matches in the works, not least the droolworthy.
Here’s everything you need to know…
Round of 16: Leg 1
RB Leipzig vs. Liverpool — 3pm EST, 16th Feb.
Barcelona vs. PSG — 3pm EST, 16th Feb.
Sevilla vs. Borussia Dortmund — 3pm EST, 17th Feb.
Porto vs. Juventus — 3pm EST, 17th Feb.
Athletico Madrid vs. Chelsea — 3pm EST, 23rd Feb.
Lazio vs. Bayern Munich — 3pm EST, 23rd Feb.
Atalanta vs. Real Madrid — 3pm EST, 24th Feb.
Borussia Mönchengladbach vs. Man City — 3pm EST, 24th Feb.
How to watch
Your best bet is signing up with CBS All Access.
All the details on CBS’ online coverage of Champions League matches can be found here. CBS All Access doesn’t just have access to this match in particular, but all Champions League matches. You’ll also be able to watch all matches in the Europa League, the second-tier European competition.
If you want to watch Champions League football in the UK, our recommendation is sign up with BT Sport.
BT Sport is streaming all the Champions League matches, but it also gives you access to a bunch of other good stuff, like UFC, so it’s worth getting.
Much like the English Premier League, Optus Sport is showing all the Champions League matches in Australia.
If you care about watching soccer at all, the Optus Sport deal is a good one. Especially if you follow the EPL which, being the most high profile league on the planet, most soccer fans do.
Disclaimer: I subscribe to the service and love it. Easy access to all matches on my smart TV and works nicely with a mobile app.