Quarter finals in the Women’s Champions League live on TV and live stream today

In the women’s Champions League, FC Bayern Munich is a guest at PSG today. So you can watch the second leg in the quarter-finals live on TV and live stream.

Yes, there is something else. But will it be something? In the quarter-finals of the women’s Champions League, FC Bayern Munich have to come back from a deficit against Paris Saint-Germain on Wednesday, March 30, in the second leg at the Parc de Princes.

Last week, the French won the first leg at the Allianz Arena 2-1. After an interim 0:2, the Munich team were still able to score a potentially valuable goal in the 84th minute.

With the away goals rule abolished, FCB would now go into extra time with a 1-0 lead after 90 minutes, for example. Ultimately, Jens Scheuer’s team needs a lead of two goals after 120 minutes at the latest to secure progress. It starts today at 9 p.m.

PSG vs. FC Bayern Munich in the quarter-finals of the Women’s Champions League: How can the match be followed live on TV and live stream? SPOX informed about it.

PSG vs. FC Bayern Munich, broadcast: quarter-finals in the women’s Champions League live on TV and live stream today

Just like the first leg, it will be the second meeting between Bayern and Paris live at DAZN give to see. The streaming service not only holds the rights to broadcast the Champions League for men, but also for women.

Actually is DAZN chargeable. A monthly subscription is available for EUR 29.99, for an annual subscription you pay EUR 274.99 as a one-off payment or EUR 24.99 per month. However: The streaming service not only broadcasts the Women’s CL on its own platform as usual, but also in a free live stream on YouTube. Jan Platte comments that Tabea Kemme is at his side as an expert.

Apart from the premier class shows DAZN When it comes to football, the World Cup playoffs, the Bundesliga, the Primera Division, Serie A, Ligue 1 and international cup competitions live. In addition to football, the service also offers the NFL, the NBA, motor sports, darts, tennis and boxing.