Thirty-two elite teams are set to challenge for the biggest prize in club football, as the 2023/24 UEFA Champions League group stage begins, live on DStv and GOtv.
Newcastle will play its first Champions League match in 20 years as it travels to the iconic San Siro Stadium to lock horns with seven-time winners, AC Milan today.
Nigerian forward Samuel Chukwueze could make his European debut for the Rossoneri. The match will be broadcast live on SuperSport Football Plus at 5:45pm.
Reigning champion, Manchester City will begin its title defence against Red Star Belgrade as it seeks to become the second team to successfully defend the title. The game will be live on SuperSport Premier League at 8pm. At the same time, Spanish champion, Barcelona will kick-off its campaign at Estadio Olimpico Montjuic against Antwerp on SuperSport La Liga (DStv ch 204 and GOtv ch 62).
Tomorrow, record winners Real Madrid will face-off with debutant Union Berlin at the Santiago Bernabéu Stadium. The match kicks-off at 5:45pm on SuperSport Football Plus while record Europa League champion, Sevilla will host RC Lens at Ramón Sánchez-Pizjuán at 8pm on SuperSport Football.
1999 finalists, Bayern Munich and Manchester United will have a go at each other for control of Group A on SuperSport Football Plus and SuperSport Premier League (GOtv ch 66) at 8pm.
Nigerian talisman, Victor Osimhen will also be on duty for Napoli when his team visits Estadio Municipal de Braga to clash with Sporting Braga. The match will be broadcast live on SuperSport La Liga (DStv 204 and GOtv ch 62) at 8pm.