Champions League: How to Watch Manchester City – PSG, Completely Free! May 4th 2021

Football stadium during Champions League Match

On Tuesday, the 4th of May, Manchester City and PSG will go head-to-head in the return match of the semi-finals of the UEFA Champions League. After a thrilling match last week, Manchester City came out on top with a 2-1 victory over the Parisians. Manchester City is still, by far, the favorite at the bookies, and last week’s win certainly helps them inch closer to a Champions League victory.

If you’re interested in watching Manchester City vs. PSG, there are plenty of broadcasters around the globe that broadcast the match. Some are even accessible for free. And if you use a VPN, you can even gain access to these free streams by changing your IP address.

When will the Champions League Match Between City and PSG Kick Off?

The return match of Manchester City vs. PSG will kick off at 21.00 CET. If you’re in the US, that means 15.00 on the east coast (ET) and 12.00 on the west coast (PDT). If you’re one of our readers from the UK, the match will start at 20.00 BST.

Where can I Watch the Champions League?

These are the broadcasters that hold the rights to the Champions League season in 2021:

Country Broadcaster
Albania Tring, Vizion Plus
Andorra RMC Sport
Armenia Armenia TV
Australia Optus Sport
Austria DAZN, Sky Austria
Azerbaijan Saran, CBC Sport, AzTV
Belarus Belarus TV
Belgium Proximus, RTL, Q2
Bosnia and Herzegovina Arena Sport, Nova BH
Brazil Esporte Interativo, Facebook
Brunei beIN Sports
Bulgaria A1, bTV Media Group
Canada DAZN
Caribbean Fox Sports, ESPN, Flow Sports, SportsMax
Central America Facebook, Fox Sports, ESPN
China PP Sports, CCTV
Croatia HRT, A1 Hrvatska
Cyprus CYTA
Czech Republic O2, Česká Televize
Denmark Viasat Denmark
Estonia TV3 Sport
Finland MTV
France RMC Sport, Mediapro
Georgia Silk Sport
Germany Sky Deutschland, DAZN
Haiti Canal+
Hong Kong SAR beIN Sports, iCable, PCCW, TVB
Hungary MTVA
Iceland Stod 2 Sport
India Sony Ten
Indian Sub-Continent Sony Ten 2/3
Indonesia SCTV
Ireland Virgin Media, RTE
Israel The Sports Channel
Italy Mediaset, Sky Italia
Kazakhstan QazSport
Kosovo Kujtesa
Kyrgyzstan Saran, QSport
Latin America (Excluding Brazil) Facebook, Fox Sports, ESPN
Latvia TV3 Sport
Lithuania TV3 Sport
Luxembourg RTL, RMC Sport
Macau SAR TDM Desporto
Madagascar Canal+
Malaysia beIN Sports
Malta Melita, PBS
Mauritius Canal+
MENA beIN Sports
Moldova GMG/Prime TV
Monaco RMC Sport
Mongolia Eclat, SPS
Montenegro SportKlub, Arena Sport
Most of Africa Canal+, SuperSport
Myanmar S Media
Netherlands Ziggo Sport, Talpa TV
New Zealand Sky NZ
Nigeria SuperSport
North Macedonia Arena Sport
Norway TV2 Norway, NENT Group
Pacific Islands Digicel
Poland TVP, Telewizja Polsat
Portugal Eleven Sports, TVI
Romania Digi Sport, Look TV, Telekom Sport
Russia Match TV
San Marino Sky Italia
Serbia RTS, Arena Sport
Singapore beIN Sports
Slovakia Orange Sport
Slovenia Pro Plus
Solomon Islands TTV Solomon
South Africa SuperSport
South Korea SPO TV
Spain Movistar
Sweden NENT Group
Switzerland blue+, SRG
Taiwan Elta TV
Tajikistan Saran, Varzish
Turkey beIN Sports
Turkmenistan Saran, Turkmenistan Sport
Ukraine Volia TV, MGU
United Kingdom BT Sport
United States CBS All Access, TUDN Deportes
Uzbekistan Saran, Uzreport
Vietnam VSTV (K+)

Some of the broadcasters listed above require a paid subscription, others are free. If you already have a paid subscription, you can probably watch it in your home country. If you find yourself outside of the region where you have your paid subscription, you can use a VPN to still get access. If you don’t have a subscription, it might be hard to come by one, seeing as a lot of broadcasters require your credit card to verify your country of origin. If you don’t have a subscription and don’t want one, you’re best off using a VPN to gain access to a free Champions League stream.

Watch Manchester City – PSG Abroad

If you have a subscription to one of the broadcasters mentioned above, but you’re currently abroad, you can use a VPN to change your IP address and still get access. If you change your IP address to one from the country where you have your subscription, you can actually go around the geo-block and watch your regular stream. You can also use this same method to get access to free streams, no matter where you are, meaning you can stream the Champions League from anywhere in the world, even for free. Just install a VPN, pick the right server, connect, and you’ll be watching Manchester City vs. PSG in no time.

Watch Manchester City – PSG For Free

Using a VPN to change your IP address can give you access to free Champions League streams. There are two legal free streams that we know of, the Dutch and the Irish RTÉ 2. KIJK has Dutch commentary and RTÉ has English commentary, but RTÉ might be harder to access. We could only get it to work with specific servers of a specific VPN: CyberGhost. KIJK seemed to work with all the VPNs from our top 5, so if you don’t mind the occasional Dutch commentary, KIJK might be the way to go! To watch Manchester City vs. PSG on either KIJK or RTÉ, check out our quick guide below.

Using a VPN to Watch Champions League (for Free)

First off, you’ll need a VPN. As we’ve said, RTÉ seemed to work with a couple of CyberGhost’s Irish VPN servers, but not all. This means that there are probably some servers with other VPN providers that work just fine, we just had the most success with CyberGhost. KIJK seems to work with almost any VPN, so you could always just go for CyberGhost and if RTÉ doesn’t work, go for KIJK instead. CyberGhost is also a very cheap VPN with a 45-day money-back guarantee, meaning you can watch City – PSG for cheap, or entirely for free by getting your money back after the match. These are the steps to take when wanting to watch Champions League with a VPN:

  1. Subscribe to a VPN provider. In this case, we advise CyberGhost:
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  3. Download the VPN.
  4. Install the VPN.
  5. Log in to the VPN.
  6. Select which server you want to connect to. For RTÉ, you might have to try a few Irish servers, for KIJK, use a server in the Netherlands. If you want to watch a stream you already have a subscription to in your home country, pick a server that’s in your home country.
  7. Connect to the VPN.
  8. Keep the VPN running in the background.
  9. Go online and visit the streaming service of your choice. For RTÉ, visit and click the ‘RTÉ 2’ symbol on the right. For KIJK, go to and click on the appropriate match when it starts.
  10. Enjoy the match!

Tip: test the VPN with your streaming service before the match. Some servers don’t work with some streaming services, so you might have to look for a server that works with your streaming service. To connect to a different server, expand the server list in your VPN provider’s software and select a different server in the same country and reconnect to the stream.

Disclaimer: This article provides tips on how to watch the Champions League from abroad using your favorite streaming service, which you may already have a subscription to. However, each region and streaming service has different rules regarding VPN use, so always make sure you act according to the agreement you may have entered into with the streaming service in question.

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