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Dec172020

How to watch the UEFA Europa League matches live

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The 2020–21 UEFA Europa League is the 50th season of Europe's secondary club football tournament organised by UEFA, and the 12th season since it was renamed from the UEFA Cup to the UEFA Europa League. A total of 213 teams from all 55 UEFA member associations participate in the 2020–21 UEFA Europa League. The final will be played at the Gdańsk City Stadium in Gdańsk, Poland. The stadium was originally appointed to host the 2020 UEFA Europa League Final, but this was moved due to the COVID-19 pandemic in Europe in 2020.

The 2020/21 UEFA Europa League will run alongside each country’s national league, so games are played mid-week. Games are usually played on Wednesdays and Thursdays at 11:55 AM and 3:00 PM Eastern Standard Time.

Below, you can see a general schedule of the UEFA Europa League matches or you can check a detailed UEFA Europa League Calendar on the official UEFA website.

If you’re looking for more precise information, here is everything you need to know about the matches.

Watch the UEFA Europa League games on CBS in the US

CBS has acquired broadcasting rights for the UEFA Europa League in the USA. Every single match can be streamed live via CBS All Access, while select matches will be broadcast on CBS and the CBS Sports Network. US credit card may be required to subscribe to CBS All Access. CBS is also available with other streaming platforms like Amazon Prime Video and Hulu.

This is what you need to do to stream live matches on CBS:

1. Sign up with Smart DNS Proxy (or log in if you are already our user)

2. Connect to a US server with Smart DNS or VPN

3. Go to CBS or CBS All Access (sign up with the service if you haven’t done so yet)

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Stream the UEFA Europa League matches live on Optus in Australia

If you want to watch the UEFA Europa League matches live in Australia, Optus Sport has the rights to stream the famous soccer competition. Subscription to the streamer and an Australian phone number are required to access Optus Sport network.

How to watch live matches on Optus Sport:

1. Sign up with Smart DNS Proxy (or log in if you are already our user)

2. Connect to an Australian server with Smart DNS or VPN

3. Head to Optus Sport website (sign up with the service if you haven’t done so yet)

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How to watch the UEFA Europa League matches live on BT Sports in the UK

For those living in the UK, BT Sports is the best choice to watch live streams of the UEFA Europa League matches. You will need a TV license, a valid postal code, and a local bank card to sign up with BT Sports.

This is how to watch live matches on BT Sports:

1. Sign up with Smart DNS Proxy (or log in if you are already our user)

2. Connect to a UK server with Smart DNS or VPN

3. Navigate to BT Sports (sign up with the service if you haven’t done so yet)

4. Watch the UEFA Europa League matches

Follow the UEFA Europa League highlights on the UEFA YouTube Channel

Go to the UEFA Europa League YouTube Channel and watch the highlight of the most important events during the UEFA Europa League games.

If you come across any problems with configuration, you can always contact our support for help or visit our Support section where you can find a lot of useful information on how to set up the devices and troubleshoot various issues.

Europa League upcoming round-of-32 fixtures

The first legs of these ties will be played on 18 February, with the second legs contested on 25 February (team at home in first leg listed first):

  • Wolfsberger AC vs Tottenham
  • Dynamo Kiev vs Club Brugge
  • Real Sociedad vs Manchester United
  • Benfica vs Arsenal
  • Crvena Zvezda vs AC Milan
  • Antwerp vs Rangers
  • Slavia Prague vs Leicester
  • Red Bull Salzburg vs Villarreal
  • Braga vs Roma
  • Krasnodar vs Dinamo Zagreb
  • Young Boys vs Bayer Leverkusen
  • Molde vs Hoffenheim
  • Granada vs Napoli
  • Maccabi Tel Aviv vs Shakhtar Donetsk
  • Lille vs Ajax
  • Olympiakos vs PSV

Who is going to win the Europa League?

Many fans indicate that an English side will win this season’s Europa League with Tottenham (11/2) having the easiest of the last 32 draws against Austrian side Wolfsberger. Arsenal (9/1) will have Benfica to fight with, while Manchester United (7/1) will face Real Sociedad of La Liga and Leicester (12/1) will clash with Slavia Prague team.

Among the non-English sides left in the competition, the football enthusiasts point at Ajax. The Dutch giants (12/1) are drawn away to a tough Lille side. We should also keep our eye on Bayer Leverkusen and Roma who may surprise the final standings.

What are your predictions for the UEFA Europa League winners? Please, leave your comments and join Smart DNS Proxy to enjoy live matches wherever you are.

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