Champions League

TV Show (2015)

Champions League
The latest action from the UEFA Champions League including live games, highlights and match previews.
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Latest Episodes

  • Helsingborg v Celtic

    Helsingborg v Celtic (Kick-off 7.45pm). Adrian Chiles presents coverage of the first-leg match in the play-off round, which is held at the Olympic Stadium. The SPL champions recorded a 4-1 aggregate victory over HJK Helsinki in the last round, but will expect to face a much tougher challenge against the Swedish side, who qualified for this round by beating Slask Wroclaw 6-1 over two legs. The winners of this two-legged affair will progress to the group stage of the competition, so both will be keen to perform well in this contest and claim a positive result for the return leg at Celtic Park next week. With commentary by Clive Tyldesley and Andy Townsend, and analysis from Gordon Strachan, Lee Dixon and Gareth Southgate

  • Group Stage Preview

    A look ahead to the group stage, as the leading clubs on the continent begin their campaigns, with Chelsea set to get their defence of the title under way

  • Live UEFA Champions League Final

    Bayern Munich v Chelsea (Kick-off 7.45pm). Adrian Chiles presents coverage of the showpiece match at the Allianz Arena in Munich, where European club football's premier competition concludes. Bayern have won this trophy on four occasions, but the last of those was in 2001, and they have the advantage of playing at their own stadium against the Blues. Chelsea are looking to win the tournament for the first time in their history, and they need to do so if they are to play in the competition again next season, after finishing sixth in the Premier League this time around. With commentary by Clive Tyldesley and Andy Townsend, and analysis by Roy Keane, Gianfranco Zola and Gareth Southgate

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