Watch Ajax vs. Liverpool, Champions League 2020-2021: Where to watch,...

Watch Ajax vs. Liverpool, Champions League 2020-2021: Where to watch,...
Watch Ajax vs. Liverpool, Champions League 2020-2021: Where to watch,...

Two of the most storied squads in football meet on a luxurious stage to open the curtain in Group D

Duel of historical European football on the first day of Group D of the UEFA Champions League. Ajax and Liverpool star in one of the most attractive matches on Wednesday 21. The Reds, still pending Van Dijk, come from drawing against Everton with a great moment in form from Salah and Mané. For their part, those of Amsterdam thrashed Heerenveen (5-1) without problems and aspire to access the round of 16 again.

Despite their great successes in the continental tournament, Ajax and Liverpool did not meet in Europe since the 1966/67 season, when the Dutch eliminated the Reds with a 7-3 aggregate in the round of 16 of the European Cup.

  1. When and where is it
  2. Where to watch live
  3. TV, canal y streaming

When and where is Ajax vs. Liverpool?

MATCH Ajax vs. Liverpool
DATE Wednesday, October 21
STADIUM Johan Cruyff Arena, Amsterdam

Where to watch Ajax vs. Liverpool?


Movistar Champions League (M46 O110)

South America ESPN Play ARG and CHI: 18:00, COL: 16:00
Mexico FOX Sports 16:00

TV and channel: Where to watch and how to hire television channels

The Movistar La Liga channel is the only one that offers the game in Spain, but the game can be seen on this channel on different television and streaming platforms.

Movistar +

Movistar + has offers of Fusion packages. This means that television can be hired in a package that includes fiber optics in the home and mobile lines. Two options for each one to choose the preferred one.

Orange TV

Orange TV It is another great alternative for the user who wishes to watch the Spanish league and the Champions League, since Movistar + cannot have exclusive rights and has to assign them to other companies.

Streaming: Where to watch and how to hire

Movistar +

In Spain, as usual, the Champions League can also be viewed on the Internet, thanks to the Movistar + application as well as on its official website.

There is a peculiarity: the matches can be viewed on different devices thanks to an electronic key. For more information, you can visit this page .

Its app is also available for iOS and App Store and in Google Play and, in addition, it has apps available on Smart TV.

More clarifications: all matches can be seen live. There are also rebroadcasts and the possibility of viewing it ‘on demand’, that is, at the time the user wants.

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