Bayern Munich vs Real Madrid live stream info: How to watch Champions League online

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European heavyweights Bayern Munich and Real Madrid are set to collide in the Champions League semifinals, and the first leg will take place at the Allianz Arena on Tuesday.

Bayern Munich will continue their bid to win the UEFA Champions League for the first time since 2020 as they take on Real Madrid in what promises to be a pulsating semifinal tie. Thomas Tuchel's side dispatched Arsenal in the quarterfinals, but a resilient Real Madrid side with plenty of experience and know-how stands in their way in the final four.

Real Madrid have a number of game-changers in their squad. They will be led by the likes of Jude Bellingham, Vinícius Jr., and Rodrygo against Bayern Munich. Having seen off the challenge of Manchester City in the quarterfinals after a gruelling tie, Real Madrid will now have their sights set on a record 15th Champions League title.

Harry Kane and Joshua Kimmich will once again be crucial for Bayern Munich on Tuesday, while Jamal Musiala will also be eager to make the difference on the Champions League stage.

Bayern Munich vs Real Madrid: Live Stream info, TV channels

Bayern Munich vs Real Madrid will take place on April 30, and fans in Germany can watch the game live on Amazon Prime Video. Those living in the United States and United Kingdom can watch the UEFA Champions League live stream on Paramount+ and TNT Sports/Discovery+ respectively.

Date: Tuesday, April 30, 2024

Kick-off: 21:00 CEST / 20:00 BST / 15:00 EDT

Stadium: Allianz Arena

Live Stream/TV channels: Amazon Prime Video (Germany), Paramount+ (United States), Movistar (Spain), DAZN (Canada, Austria), Sony LIV (India), Stan Sport (Australia), SuperSport (Ivory Coast, Ghana, Nigeria), TNT Sports, Discovery+ (United Kingdom), HBO Max (Brazil, Mexico), Ziggo Sport (Netherlands), beIN Sports Connect (UAE, Saudi Arabia).