The 20th edition of the UEFA Women’s Champions League is now approaching the finals stages, with Aussie stars like Sam Kerr and Ellie Carpenter at the forefront of the action. Find out how and when to stream every game live in Australia right here.
UEFA Women’s Champions League TV Preview
The UEFA Women’s Champions League is one of the biggest competitions in female soccer, featuring the best teams from across Europe. The past few seasons have seen big cash injections into the women’s game which has led to some of the best players from all over the world heading to Europe to ply their trade.
Some of these names include Matildas stars like attacker Sam Kerr (Chelsea) and defender Ellie Carpenter. Carpenter recently joined French side Lyon who have won the Champions League seven times since 2010, entering the new campaign as reigning champions.
Other teams to look out for during the competition will be Wolfsburg, Paris Saint Germain, Barcelona, Bayern Munich and Manchester City. French and German teams have, historically, been the most successful in this tournament. Not since 2007 has a team outside these two nations claimed the UEFA Women’s Champions League.
Where to Watch or Stream UWCL in Australia
The UEFA Women’s Champions League is available to stream online with the all-new Sports Flick streaming service. Sports Flick gives you access to a diverse range of live and recorded events such as international football, domestic football from the UAE and Serbia, as well as Mixed Martial Arts.
Sports Flick is priced to be accessible and hassle-free, at only $14.99 per month (an annual subscription is also available that takes the monthly price down to only $12.50). For the launch, Sports Flick has made sure that the service is available on a wide range of devices.
It should be noted that the final of the UEFA Womens’ Champions League will be available exclusively on free to air with SBS on May 17th, 2021. All other games from the Round of 32 to the Semi Finals will be exclusive to Sports Flick.
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Last audited 22 January 2021
UEFA Women’s Champions League Live TV Schedule
Each round of the 2021 Women’s Champions League season will air on Sports Flick with replays available on demand. Fixtures will be announced soon after the qualifiers are complete:
|Thu, 17th Dec||Lyon vs Juventus||LIVE: 5.00am||Sports Flick|
|Thu, 17th Dec||Man city vs Goteborg||LIVE: 2.00am||Sports Flick|
|Thu, 17th Dec||Rosengard vs Lanchkhuti||LIVE: 4.00am||Sports Flick|
|Thu, 17th Dec||Wolfsburg vs ZFK Spartak||LIVE: 4.00am||Sports Flick|
|Thu, 17th Dec||Bayern vs Ajax||LIVE: 4.00am||Sports Flick|
|Thu, 17th Dec||LSK vs FC Minsk||LIVE: 4.30am||Sports Flick|
|Thu, 17th Dec||Chelsea vs Benfica||LIVE: 6.00am||Sports Flick|
Mobile Device List (Sports Flick)
The following are the list of compatible mobile and internet-connected devices for which you can stream Women’s Champion’s League whether at home or on the go, with new apps and devices being added as they become available.
Devices supported on Sports Flick
– PC/Mac: Yes – Microsoft Edge 15+, Safari 10+, Firefox 49+, Chrome 45+
– iOS/Android Phones/Tablets: Yes – iOS 10.0+ (iPhone 5 and up & iPad 4, iPad Mini 2 and up); Android 4.3+
– Apple TV: Yes – 4th Gen +
– Roku: Yes – 3rd Gen +; Roku 4+ (4K)
– Android TV: Yes – 1st Gen +; 4K where available
– Fire TV: Yes – 1st Gen +
– Chromecast: Yes
Must See TV for fans of Women’s Champions League
The following are the list of compatible mobile and internet-connected devices for which you can stream UEFA Women’s Champions League whether at home or on the go, with new apps and devices being added as they become available.
UAE League Football (Sports Flick)
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Fighting Spirit (Sports Flick)
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