UEFA Champions League on Prime Video, here are the round of 16 matches

Now that the playoffs are archived, we start talking about the Champions League round of 16 and Prime Video will allow you to catch up on some of the upcoming matches next year. The date was set in February 2023 with the two legs of the UEFA Champions League.

It starts on Wednesday 15 February with Borussia Dortmund and Chelsea and then continues on Wednesday 22 February with Inter Porto. Live broadcast exclusively on Prime Video also broadcasts two of the three decisive encounters of the Italians in the competition.

The first will be Tottenham-Milan, scheduled for Wednesday, March 8 at 21:00. On Wednesday 15 March at 21:00, Napoli will face the Germans from Eintracht Frankfurt in a bid to win a place in the quarter-finals. All four matches are scheduled to kick off at 9pm. Also, right after every live broadcast, starting at 11:15 p.m., don’t miss out on watching The Highligts Show on Prime Video with all-match goals on Tuesday and Wednesday nights. Here is a list of upcoming events.

  • Wednesday 15 February Borussia Dortmund x Chelsea
  • Wednesday February 22 – Inter vs Porto
  • Wednesday March 8 Tottenham vs AC Milan
  • Wednesday 15 March Napoli vs Eintracht Frankfurt

Also in 2023, Prime Video will accompany fans in this UEFA Champions League season with broadcasters Giulia Mizzoni, Marco Cattaneo, Alicia Tarquinho, Alessandro Alciato and Fernando Ciani calling from the sidelines; Commentary will be attributed to Sandro Piccinini with Massimo Ambrosini for technical commentary; Other experts and commentators who will take the field include Clarence Seedorf, Claudio Marchisio, Gianfranco Zola, Julio Cesar, Luca Toni, Diego Milito, Patrice Evra, Massimo Udo, Ezequiel Ivan Lavezzi, Alessandro Nesta and Gianpaolo Calvares.

Matches, pre- and post-match shows with commentary, interviews, and highlights will be available live and on-demand on Prime Video, which is included with your Amazon Prime subscription, at no additional cost.

Prime customers in Italy can watch UEFA Champions League matches through the Prime Video app available on many smart TVs, including Samsung and LG models, as well as on mobile devices, Amazon Fire TV, Fire TV Stick, Fire Tablet, Apple TV, PlayStation, Sky Q and Sky Digital and online.

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