Real Madrid and Juventus, the finalists from last year’s tournament, face off in the first leg of an epic Champions League quarterfinal matchup today in Turin, Italy.
While both legendary sides feature aging stars in Cristian Ronaldo and Gianluigi Buffon, their seasons couldn’t be any different: Juventus are en route to their 7th straight Serie A title, while Real Madrid are currently 13 points behind first-place Barcelona. With first place in La Liga out of sight, Real are putting all of their efforts in the Champions League, as they are two-time defending champions. However, Juventus will be looking to avenge last season’s 4-1 defeat in the UCL Final in Cardiff. With legendary goalkeeper Gianluigi Buffon rapidly approaching the end of his decorated career, this season may be his last chance to lift the Champions League trophy.
Juventus will look to take a significant advantage into the second leg, while Real Madrid will be looking to secure vital away goals.
Find out how to live stream Real Madrid vs Juventus Champions League quarterfinals online below!
Real Madrid vs Juventus Champions League Quarterfinal Viewing Details
Date: Tuesday, April 3, 2018
Time: 2:45 P.M. EST
United States TV Channel: Fox Sports 1
United Kingdom Viewing Channel: BT Sport
Live Stream: Fox Sports Go website/Fox Soccer 2Go/BT Sport
Location: Allianz Stadium | Turin, Italy
How To Watch Real Madrid vs Juventus Champions League Live Stream Online
United Kingdom: You can live stream the Juventus vs. Real Madrid Champions League Quarterfinal game on the BT Sport Website.
How To Watch Real Madrid vs Juventus Live Stream On Mobile
United States: You can live stream the Juventus vs. Real Madrid game on your mobile device by using the Fox Sports GO app (iTunes Store | Google Play Store | Amazon Store | Windows). You’ll need a cable subscription like you would while watching it on your desktop.
United Kingdom: You can live stream the Juventus vs. Real Madrid UCL quarterfinal game on your mobile device by using the BT Sport App (iTunes Store | Google Play). You’ll need a cable subscription, though, just as you would watching it on your desktop.