Over the course of five days, more than 130 matches will be broadcast on 20 beIN Sports channels.
BeIN Sports has announced the return of Europe and Asia’s premier club football competitions on its channel, delivering nine months of exclusive global football action to viewers in the Middle East and North Africa (MENA) region.
The UEFA Champions League, Europe’s premier competition, starts on September 19, ushering in the final season under the current format. BeIN Sports will provide live and exclusive coverage of every match, leading up to the final at London’s Wembley Stadium in June 2024. The coverage will be accessible in three languages—Arabic, English, and French—across multiple platforms, featuring expert analysis and reactions from a star-studded lineup of international football icons.
Tuesday night’s coverage commences with the return of Newcastle United to the competition after a 20-year hiatus as they face AC Milan in Italy. The match will air with Arabic commentary on beIN Sports 2 and with English commentary on beIN Sports 1 ENGLISH, complete with live studio coverage starting 45 minutes before the 19:45 MECCA kick-off.
Paris Saint-Germain, featuring a revamped lineup, takes on Borussia Dortmund on beIN Sports 1, beIN 4K, and beIN Sports 1 English, with expert studio analysis beginning at 21:00 MECCA, leading up to the 22:00 MECCA kick-off.
The focus on Asian football intensifies with the 42nd edition of the Asian Champions League starting on September 18, broadcast live on beIN Sports’ dedicated AFC channels. Brazilian superstar Neymar makes his competition debut alongside teammates Kalidou Koulibaly, Ruben Neves, and Aleksander Mitrovic as Al Hilal faces Uzbek team PFC Navbahor on September 18. Karim Benzema’s Al Ittihad also competes on the same night against FC AGMK from Tashkent, Uzbekistan.
Reigning champions Urawa Red Diamonds take the field on September 20, with the match starting at 15:00 MECCA on beIN Sports 3 AFC. Over the course of three days (September 18, 19, and 20), all 40 teams participating in this year’s tournament will be in action.
BeIN Sports is also the home of the UEFA Europa League and Conference League, commencing on Thursday, September 21st. Prominent teams in the Europa League include Liverpool, Marseille, Roma, Villareal, and reigning Conference Champions West Ham.
BeIN Sports offers coverage for these competitions, with a staggering 130 matches broadcast live and exclusively across its channels during the opening week of the UEFA Champions League and AFC Champions League.