Man City vs. Lyon starts at 3 p.m. EDT/noon PDT on today (Saturday, August 15). US viewers can watch the match on the CBS All Access streaming service. BT Sport has the coverage in the UK.
Manchester City have long coveted the UEFA Champions League title, and the Man City vs. Lyon live stream today (Sat., August 15) will show if the English side can take a big step toward finally lifting the trophy. Yes, it's almost time for Man City to face Olympique Lyonnais in the quarterfinals of this year's tournament. And while Man City will be heavily favored, Lyon won't be a pushover in this do-or-die match.
After all, Man City have never beaten Lyon in the Champions League, drawing one match and losing the other at home when the two sides faced each other in the 2018-19 tournament. And this one-off game will be played behind closed doors in Portugal, with no second leg. That means the winner advances to next week's Champions League semifinals.
The Man City vs. Lyon match figures to be a tense affair, so you'll want to tune in when these sides square off. We can show you where to find a Man City vs. Lyon live stream and tell you how a VPN can help you find a broadcast from elsewhere if the Champions League showdown isn't streaming where you are.
How can I use a VPN to watch Man City vs. Lyon?
The Man City vs. Lyon match will be streaming around the world, but if you happen to be living someplace where it's not easily accessible, a virtual private network, or VPN, can bail you out. Using a VPN, you can disguise your location, making it appear that you're surfing the web from elsewhere. That removes any geolocks on Champions League broadcasts.
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Man City vs. Lyon live streams in the U.S.
CBS All Access is the home of Champions League coverage in the U.S., so if you want to watch the match, you'll need to subscribe to the $5.99 a month streaming service. CBS All Access is separate from cable TV service, so cord cutters are able to sign up without also having to pay for cable.
For the Spanish-language live stream of Man City vs. Lyon, turn to Univision, which will be carrying the game. Univision also happens to be a part of Fubo.TV's streaming service so subscribing to Fubo.TV means you'll be able to watch Man City vs. Lyon from anywhere.
Man City vs. Lyon live stream in the UK
BT Sport broadcasts Champions League matches in the UK, with BT Sport 1 handling the Man City vs. Lyon match when it kicks off at 8 p.m. BST. If you don't have BT Sport, a BT Sport monthly pass costs £25.
Man City vs. Lyon live streams in Canada
Canadian viewers looking for a Man City vs. Lyon live stream should turn to DAZN, which broadcasts the Champions League in that country. You can sign up for DAZN and get a 1-month free trial, which will run through the end of the Champions League tournament on August 23.
Man City vs. Lyon live streams in other countries
Here's a selection of where you'll find coverage of Man City vs. Lyon in other parts of the world.
- Australia: Optus Sport
- Austria: Sky Sport Austria 1
- Brazil: Esporte Interativo Plus, TNT Go, TNT Brazil
- France: RMC Sport 1, RMC Sport en direct
- Germany: TeleClub Sport Live, DAZN
- India: Sony LIV, SONY TEN 2 HD, SONY TEN 2
- Indonesia: Vidio, SCTV
- Ireland: BTSport.com, BT Sport 1, BT Sport App, BT Sport Extra, Virgin Media Two, Virgin TV Go
- Israel: 5Sport, 5Sport 4K
- Italy: Sky Sport 251, Sky Sport Uno, Sky Sport Football, NOW TV, SKY Go Italia
- Japan: DAZN
- Mexico: Fox Sports 2 Cono Norte, ESPN Play Norte, FOX Play Norte, Fox Sports Cono Norte, ESPN Norte
- Spain: Movistar Liga de Campeones, Mitele Plus, Movistar+
For more regions, check out LiveSoccerTV.com.
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