Where to watch the UEFA Champions League: TV broadcast partners, live streamsThe vast appeal of the UEFA Champions League is reflected in its broadcast reach, with partners in Europe and across the globe spanning territories in Africa, Asia, Latin America, North America, the Middle East, Oceania and beyond. Fans can find their local UEFA Champions League broadcast partner(s) below. EuropeAlbania:В Tring, RTSHArmenia:В Vivaro SportsAustria:В ServusTV, Sky AustriaВ Azerbaijan:В CBC Sport, SaranBelgium: RTL, VTM, ProximusВ Bosnia & Herzegovina:В Arena SportBulgaria:В bTV, A1Croatia:В HRT, Arena SportCyprus: CYTACzechia:В TV Nova, Voyo, Premier SportsDenmark:В ViaplayEstonia: ViaplayFinland:В MTV (C More)France:В Canal+, beIN, RMC SportGeorgia: Adjara, SilknetGermany:В Prime Video, В DAZNGibraltar: GibtelecomGreece:В Cosmote TV, MEGAHungary:В MTVA, Sport1В Iceland: Viaplay, SynIsrael:В The Sports ChannelВ Italy: Mediaset, Prime Video, В Sky ItaliaKazakhstan: QazSport, Q Sport League, SaranKosovo: Arena Sport, ArtmotionLatvia: ViaplayLiechtenstein:blue+, CH Mediaп»їLithuania: ViaplayLuxembourg:В RTL, ProximusMalta:В PBS, MelitaMoldova:В Setanta, PrimeMontenegro:В Arena SportВ Netherlands:В RTL, Ziggo SportNorth Macedonia: Makedonski Telekom, Arena Sport, MTVNorway:В TV2 NorwayPoland:В Polsat, TVPPortugal: Eleven, TVIRepublic of Ireland: RTE, В Virgin Media, LivescoreВ Romania:В Clever Media, Digisport, Telekom RomaniaRussia:В Match TVВ Serbia:В Arena SportSlovakia:В Markiza, Voyo, Premier SportsSlovenia: Pro Plus, В SportklubSpain:В TelefonicaSweden: TeliaSwitzerland: blue+, CH MediaTГјrkiye: EXXENUkraine:В Megogo United Kingdom: BT SportAfrica and Middle EastNigeria: SuperSportSouth Africa:В SuperSportMiddle East/North Africa (Algeria, Bahrain, Chad, Djibouti, Egypt, Iran, Iraq, Jordan, Kuwait, Lebanon, Libya, Morocco, Oman, Qatar, Saudi Arabia, Sudan, Syria, Tunisia, United Arab Emirates, Yemen):В beINSub-Saharan Africa:В SuperSport, Canal+AmericasBolivia: TelevideoBrazil: SBT, TNTCanada:В DAZNCaribbean:В Flow Sports, SportsmaxCentral America:В ESPNCosta Rica: Canal 7Dominican Republic: TelevideoEcuador: TelevideoEl Salvador: Canal 4Guatemala: TelevideoHaiti: Canal+Honduras: Telecadena (Canal 7)Mexico: TNTNicaragua: TelevideoPanama: TV Max, RPCParaguay: TelevideoPeru: TelevideoSouth America (ex.
How to watch the 2023 Caribbean Series on ESPN Deportes and ESPN+The 65th edition of the Caribbean Series -- starting Thursday in Caracas, Venezuela -- will feature eight teams for the first time in history. Venezuela is hosting the tournament for the 15th time, having won two of its seven titles on home soil. The Dominican Republic's representative, Tigres de Licey, will appear in their 20th Caribbean World Series -- holding the record for most titles with 10 -- after recently clinching their 23rd Dominican Republic League title for most all time. The Dominican Republic as a whole has the most Caribbean Series titles (21).
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Meanwhile, Curaçao is participating in its first Caribbean Series, looking to be the second team to win it in its inaugural appearance (Panama won in 2019). Colombia seeks to be the first country to win back-to-back titles since Mexico in 2017 and '18, though last year's winner, Caimanes de Barranquilla, won't represent the country this year. Cuba also returns after a three-year hiatus from the tournament. The Series' first phase is a round-robin format among the eight teams, with the top four advancing to the semifinal doubleheader on Feb.