Tottenham Hotspur's hot streak has to survive a two-leg knockout match that kicks off right now. After the team was a surprise finalist in last year's Champions League final, they're dealing with another upstart club, RB Leipzig, who's standing in the way of their return to the finals. Here's everything you need to know to get a Hotspur vs RB Leipzig live stream.
Tottenham's not doing so well, with striker Harry Kane and Son Heung-Min both out, the latter having fractured his arm last weekend.
But Spurs have Jose Mourinho managing the team and he's won the Champions League twice before. He'll need to draw on that experience to contend with RB Leipzig and goal machine Timo Werner.
Tottenham vs. RB Leipzig figures to be an exciting match that you won't want to miss. Here's how to find live streams of this Champions League showdown along with advice on how to use a virtual private network, or VPN, to stay on top of the action.
The first leg of the Tottenham vs. RB Leipzig match started at 8 p.m. GMT today (Wednesday, Feb. 19) from the Tottenham Hotspur Stadium in London. That's 3 p.m. EST/noon PST here in the U.S. The two teams face off in the return leg on March 10.
How can I use a VPN to live stream the Tottenham vs. RB Leipzig match?
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Where can I watch the Tottenham vs. RB Leipzig match from anywhere in the world?
TNT carries the Champions League in the U.S., and it will broadcast the Tottenham vs. RB Leipzig match starting at 3 p.m. EST/noon PST. If you're looking for the Spanish language broadcast, you'll find it on Unimas.
UK viewers can watch the Tottenham vs. RB Leipzig match on BT Sport 2, starting at 8 p.m. GMT. BT Sport 3 carries the Atalanta vs. Valencia match at the same time.
In Canada, subscription service DAZN (opens in new tab) carries Champions League coverage, while Australian viewers can watch Tottenham vs. RB Leipzig on Optus Sport.
How can I live stream the Tottenham vs. RB Leipzig match?
In the U.S, head to TNT's website for a live stream of the Tottenham vs. RB Leipzig match. If you're on the go, you can download the TNT app (Android, iOS (opens in new tab)) to watch the match from your phone. You will need to be a cable subscriber to take advantage of these options, as TNT requires you to sign in with your cable login credentials.
UK viewers can live stream Tottenham vs. RB Leipzig on BTSport.com (opens in new tab) or via the BT Sport app (Android, iOS (opens in new tab)).
How can I live stream the Tottenham vs. RB Leipzig match without cable?
The B/R Live website lets you watch Champions League matches like Tottenham vs. RB Leipzig without a cable subscription. Instead, you can pay to watch individual matches or sign up for monthly or annual passes to view all sorts of live sporting events. There's also a B/R Live app (Android, iOS (opens in new tab)) for watching matches from your smartphone or tablet.
A live stream of Tottenham vs. RB Leipzig costs $2.99 on B/R Live. You can pay $9.99 for a monthly pass that includes other Champions League coverage while $79.99 gets you a year of access.
If you'd like to live stream Tottenham vs. RB Leipzig, but also want access to additional networks, you can try other streaming services that include TNT in their package of channels. Here are your best bets.
Sling.TV (opens in new tab): Sling's Blue package includes TNT along with 46 other channels. It costs $30 a month, though your first month of service is only $20.
Fubo.TV (opens in new tab): Fubo.TV costs a little more at $55 a month, but it also includes around 100 channels along with TNT. And a cloud DVR feature lets you record the Tottenham vs. RB Leipzig match to watch later.