How to watch Celtic vs Real Madrid in the Champions League – TV Channel, live stream details, kich-off time

This midweek fixture at Celtic Park in Glasgow will be round 1 of the Champions League group stage. Celtic will face the tournament’s current winner, Real Madrid. Of course, the guests are favourites.

Celtic vs Real Madrid
The group stage Champions League match between Celtic and Real Madrid

Where and when is Celtic vs Real Madrid playing?

The group stage Champions League match Celtic vs Real Madrid will take place at Celtic Park. The clash kicks off at 8 pm UK time on Tuesday, September 6.

How to watch the Celtic vs Real Madrid live stream in the UK

Soccer fans in England will be happy to discover that BT Sports will broadcast a live broadcast of Celtic’s match against Real Madrid. 

If you want to watch the big game live, you may do so by using the BT Sport app or subscribing to the streaming option offered by Virgin.

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The 40-time Cup winners won the Scottish Championship for the 52nd time last season. Traditionally, intrigue remained until the final rounds, but that did not stop the Celtic side from taking a four-point lead over Rangers to win the Premiership. 

Over the summer, Diogo Jota of Benfica (€7.3m), Cameron Carter-Vickers of Tottenham (€7m) and two players, Oliver Abildgaard and Sead Hakshabanovic, joined the squad. The start to the new championship was brilliant – six wins out of a possible six, with the Whites and Greens netting 25 times.

Ange Postecoglou’s side beat Dundee United 9-0 in the last two rounds and secured a vital win in the Glasgow derby, which ended with a 4-0 win for Celtic. Ideguchi, who has a muscular injury, will not be able to play today.

Celtic possible starting lineup: Hart; Juranovic, Carter-Vickers, Jenz, Taylor; O’Riley, McGregor, Hatate; Abada, Giakoumakis, Jota.

Real Madrid

Real Madrid performed well in the Champions League last season, making a solid run through the group stage before knocking PSG and Chelsea out of the competition. In the final, Carlo Ancelotti’s men beat Liverpool in regulation time to win Europe’s top club title for the 14th time. Also, the team became the 35th time La Liga champions, having recorded 26 wins, eight draws, or 86 points in total.

The Spanish Super Cup victory is a welcome addition to the titles won. The summer saw the arrival of Monaco holding midfielder Aurélien Tchouaméni, who was paid €80m, and Chelsea’s Antonio Rudiger, who moved as a free agent. There have been no losses to start the new season, with four wins in four games and first place after a 2-1 success against Betis in the last round.

Last season’s success brought everyone who played for the team a handsome cash bonus of 900000 euros, which isn’t a bad motivation for the new season. Tonight, Odriozola and Vallejo, who are not yet in form, will not be able to play.

Real Madrid’s possible starting lineup: Courtois; Carvajal, Militao, Alaba, Mendy; Modric, Tchouameni, Kroos; Valverde, Benzema, Vinicius.

Team facts

  • Celtic won in their last 7 matches
  • Real Madrid has won their last 5 games
  • In the previous 5 games Celtic conceded an average of 0.20 goals per game
  • Over the last 5 games Celtic are scoring an average of 4.80 goals per game
  • Celtic is scoring in their previous 7 games
  • In the last 5 games Real Madrid conceded on average 0.80 goals per game
  • Real Madrid is scoring an average of 2.60 goals per game in their last 5 games
  • Real Madrid concede in the last 4 games
  • Real Madrid scored in their previous 5 games 
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