Today's Sevilla vs Man United match starts at 3 p.m. ET / noon PT, so you've got about an hour before it starts. The match will be broadcast on CBS All Access in the U.S., while UK viewers can watch Sevilla vs Man United on BT Sport.
Today's Sevilla vs Man United live stream brings us semi-final action in the UEFA Champions League, with a ticket to the finals on the line. But who will go on to face the victor of Inter v Shakhtar?
Well, since Sevilla's made it this far, history practically demands that they're not just going to win here, but take the whole dang thing. For an upset to occur, Man United manager José Mourinho's going to have to exorcise the ghosts of his past, and figure out how to handle Éver Banega, and use Paul Pogba and Anthony Martial correctly.
Martial, as well as Marcus Rashford and Bruno Fernandes, will have eyes on them to be difference makers in this decisive round.
Given those stakes, you won't want to miss Sevilla vs Man United on Sunday. Here's where you can catch a live stream of the Champions League semi-final, along with tips on using a VPN to find the match if it's not available in your area.
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Sevilla vs Man United live streams in the U.S.
CBS All Access has the coverage of every Champions League match for the remainder of this year's tournament. That means you'll need to subscribe to the $5.99-a-month service if you want to watch Sevilla vs Man United in this country. The good news is you won't need a cable subscription to use CBS All Access — it's a separate streaming service.
Sevilla vs Man United live streams in the UK
BT Sport broadcasts Champions League matches in the UK, with BT Sport 1 handling the Sevilla vs Man United match. If you don't have BT Sport, a BT Sport monthly pass costs £25.
Sevilla vs Man United live streams in Canada
Canadian viewers can watch Sevilla vs Man United by subscribing to the DAZN streaming service, which carries all Champions League matches. 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.
Sevilla vs Man United live streams in other countries
Here's a selection of where you'll find coverage of Sevilla vs Man United in other parts of the world.
- Australia: Optus Sport
- Austria: SRF zwei, Nitro, DAZN
- Brazil: FOX Sports 1 Brasil, Fox Sports App, Fox Sports Web
- France: RMC Sport en direct
- Germany: DAZN, SRF zwei, Nitro, TeleClub Sport Live
- India: Sony LIV, SONY TEN 2, SONY TEN 2 HD
- Indonesia: SCTV, Vidio
- Ireland: BT Sport App, BT Sport 1, BTSport.com, BT Sport Extra
- Israel: Sport 2
- Italy: TV8, SKY Go Italia, Sky Sport 251, Sky Sport Football, Sky Sport Uno, NOW TV
- Japan: DAZN
- Mexico: ESPN Norte
- Puerto Rico: SportsMax 2
- Spain: Movistar+
For more regions, check out LiveSoccerTV.com.
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