Union Berlin vs Real Madrid on TV and stream : Who is broadcasting the Champions League thriller today?
Union Berlin faces Real Madrid in its UEFA Champions League debut today. You can find out who is showing the game live on TV & stream here.
Union Berlin vs Real Madrid on TV and stream
The wait of the Iron Ones is over! Union Berlin will face Real Madrid – the most successful club in the premier class – in the UEFA Champions League this Wednesday. Union qualified for the Champions League for the first time as fourth in the Bundesliga. However, the Unioners cannot currently show a run. Coach Urs Fischer’s team recently suffered two defeats in a row.
For the first time since February 2022. Real Madrid, however, kept its clean slate before the start of the Champions League against debutant 1. FC Union Berlin in the Spanish football championship. The Royals celebrated their fifth win in their fifth game of the season in La Liga against Real Sociedad San Sebastian.
Here you can get all the information about the game Real Madrid against Union Berlin and the broadcast on TV and stream.
Real Madrid vs Union Berlin today – Champions League: time, broadcast
The game on matchday 1 of the Champions League between Real Madrid and Union Berlin will take place on Wednesday, September 20th, 2023. The game kicks off at 6:45 p.m. at the Santiago Bernabeu in Madrid. Fans who were unable to get a ticket will have the opportunity to watch the game at home via live broadcast.
All information about the game at a glance:
Teams: Real Madrid, Union Berlin
Competition: UEFA Champions League 2023/24, 1st matchday
Date and time: September 20, 2023, 6:45 p.m
Stadium/venue: Santiago Bernabeu, Madrid (Spain)
Where is Real Madrid vs. Union Berlin on TV?
Football fans are wondering about Union Berlin’s premiere in the Champions League today whether there will be a live broadcast on free-to-air television. But the bad news is: The game between Real Madrid and Union Berlin will not be broadcast live on free TV.
The streaming service DAZN has the broadcast rights to the Champions League on Wednesday. Subscribers can watch the game on television via the linear TV channel DAZN 1. The broadcast begins with the preliminary reports at 6:15 p.m. The reporter is Max Siebald. The game is commented on by Uli Hebel and the expert Sami Khedira.