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How To Watch The 2019–2020 UEFA Women's Champions League Live On CBS All Access

Now you can stream the club competition matches live or on demand with all major devices and platforms.
Posted on Aug 21, 2020 | 09:45am
Europe's premier women's club soccer tournament is ready to deliver with its exciting knockout rounds! After a postponement for COVID-19, the UEFA Women's Champions League is resuming and will crown a winner over a ten-day stretch in August, starting with the quarterfinal stage.

Spectators won't be allowed in the stadiums, but each match will come to you through CBS All Access.

SUBSCRIBE NOW: Stream UEFA Women's Champions League Matches On CBS All Access

The subscription service will stream all seven remaining 2019-2020 UEFA Women's Champions League matches. CBS All Access is also the new home to the men's UEFA Champions League and UEFA Europa League, and is slated to continue streaming over 300 matches per season of the club competitions through 2024.

Subscribers can go directly to the UEFA Women's Champions League page on CBS All Access and enjoy!

Who's playing in the UEFA Women's Champions League when it restarts on CBS All Access?
Some of the best women's sides will compete for the trophy, including Lyon (FRA), Bayern (GER), Arsenal (ENG), Paris (FRA), Barcelona (ESP), Atlético Madrid (ESP), Wolfsburg (GER), and Glasgow City (SCO).

That means we'll be seeing elites on the pitch. Lyon's Lucy Bronze, UEFA's 2018-19 Women's Player of the Year, is looking to help the club to its fifth straight title—and seventh in a decade! Wolfsburg's Pernille Harder aims to lift some more silverware of her own, after the prolific scorer helped her side to their fourth consecutive German title. And Arsenal's Vivianne Miedema heads into an anticipated showdown against PSG as the league's top goal scorer this season, just one goal ahead of Lyon superstar Ada Hegerberg in the race for the Golden Boot.

How will UEFA Women's Champions League resume and where will matches be played?
The COVID pandemic interrupted the 2019-2020 season following the Round of 16, which was concluded as scheduled.

Traditionally, each team would face the same opponent twice (home and away) in the knockout rounds through the semifinals, known as a two-legged tie.

Unique due to this year's circumstances, the quarterfinals and semifinals will be played as a straight knockout tournament (single-legged fixtures) using neutral sites in Spain instead of two-legged ties. The final will also be a single match. This year, due to the new schedule, it will be played at Anoeta, San Sebastian.

All contests will be played behind closed doors (meaning no spectators), so CBS All Access is your ticket for the best seat—wherever you might be!

What's the UEFA Women's Champions League 2020 match schedule on CBS All Access?
The quarterfinals kick off on Friday, Aug. 21, and play concludes with the final slated for Sunday, Aug. 30. All 11 matches will stream on CBS All Access. For matchups, dates, and times, check out the full UEFA Women's Champions League schedule.

Can I stream UEFA Women's Champions League on demand with CBS All Access?
Yes! Replays from all tournament games are made available for CBS All Access subscribers to stream on demand on our UEFA Women's Champions League video page shortly after the final whistle.

How can I watch UEFA Women's Champions League on CBS All Access and which device platforms does it stream on?
It's easy! Just sign up for CBS All Access, which is currently available online at, on mobile devices via the CBS app for iOS and Android, and on Roku Players, Apple TV, Chromecast, Android TV, Xbox One, PlayStation 4, Fire TV, Samsung Smart TVs, Comcast Flex, Facebook Portal, Vizio Smartcast TVs, LG Smart TVs, Amazon Prime Video Channels, and Apple TV channels.

What else can I stream on CBS All Access?
Not only will CBS All Access let you stream live European soccer, including UEFA Women's Champions LeagueUEFA Champions League, and UEFA Europa League, but sports fans also get loads of other live events. The roster features NFL on CBS (including the Super Bowl LV), college basketball (including the NCAA Division I Men's Basketball Championship), professional golf (including the PGA Tour, the Masters, and the PGA Championship), college football (including SEC on CBS), the National Women's Soccer League (NWSL), and Hockey East.

Plus, CBS All Access subscribers also get round-the-clock streaming coverage from CBS Sports HQ.

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Whatever your preference, CBS All Access has you covered for $5.99/month with limited commercials, or you can go commercial-free for $9.99/month.

Sign up for CBS All Access and enjoy this wide range of entertainment, including all the UEFA Women's Champions League action!