How to watch Villarreal vs Liverpool: UEFA Champions League TV semi-finals, streaming schedule


Liverpool enjoy a comfortable lead heading into Game 2 of the 2022 UEFA Champions League Semi-Finals at the Estadio de la Cerámica on Tuesday 3 May (5/3/2022).

The game will be broadcast live on Univision (in Spanish) and can be streamed live on fuboTV, Paramount More (English), DirecTV streams, Hulu + Live TV and YouTube Television.

Villarreal have a big challenge ahead of them, entering the second leg with a 0-2 deficit after last week’s game. The side from a small town in southern Spain pulled off some major upsets on their way to the semi-finals, and it will take another Tuesday if they hope to qualify for the European final.

However, Liverpool manager Jurgen Klopp is not resting on his laurels after the victory. “It’s halftime. In the best possible way, you ignore the result of the first game,” he said. SB Nation. “We never expect it to be easy and it won’t be, but we played a good game at home and we better play a good game there.”

What is the UEFA Champions League program for the week?

Every hour ET.

  • 5/3 Villarreal vs Liverpool, 3 p.m. on Univision.
  • 5/4 Real Madrid vs Manchester City, 3 p.m. on CBS, Univision.

The Champions League final will start on May 28.

How can I stream the Champions League for free?

Cable subscribers can connect to, with their cable IDs to enjoy free live streaming of matches on those channels.

Cord cutters can sign up for free trials of Paramount+, fuboTV or YouTube Television.

Paramount+ is the only place to get a live English broadcast of both matches this week.

Where can I watch locally?

Wolff’s Biergarten, at 106 Montgomery St in Syracuse, will feature several games this week. See the full schedule of soccer games at Wolff’s at their website.

Can I bet on the games?

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Story by The Associated Press

MADRID (AP) — The Spanish town of Villarreal could face their last Champions League night in a while if they don’t pull off another upset on Tuesday against Liverpool.

The lowly club ousted Juventus and Bayern Munich en route to a surprise semi-final. But if he can’t reverse a 2-0 first-leg loss to the English club, recent history shows he may not get another chance to play in the competition anytime soon.

Villarreal are only seventh in the Spanish league, nine points from the last place in European competition with four rounds to go.

The team’s chances of qualifying for the Spanish league were dented on Saturday by losing to penultimate place Alavés, when manager Unai Emery had to rest some of his regular starters ahead of the game against Liverpool .

This means that only the Champions League title is likely to see the club return to Europe’s top club competition next season.

And coming back after that may not be easy either, given Villarreal’s recent record.

Based in a town of 50,000 people in southern Spain, Villarreal had not played in the Champions League since the 2011-12 season. Before that, he only qualified for the tournament in 2005-06 and 2008-09. This is his third appearance in the knockout stage, and the first since reaching the quarter-finals in 2009. He reached the semi-finals in 2006.

“We are going through a historic moment. Our people are very proud,” Emery said Monday. “We played well at home. Hopefully in front of our fans we will have our best performance and progress.

Villarreal haven’t lost a home game in more than five months, since a Spanish league loss to Barcelona last November.

Villarreal fans are planning a big party to try and help Villarreal pull off an unlikely comeback. Mosaics will be displayed inside the La Cerámica stadium and a fan corridor will host the team bus transporting the team from the training center to the stadium.

Both of Villarreal’s eliminations in the knockout stage came against an English club – Arsenal.

Villarreal qualified for the Champions League this season by winning the second-tier Europa League for their first significant title.

Even returning to the Europa League or Europa Conference League can be difficult for Emery’s side as they sit four points behind sixth-placed Real Sociedad and five points behind fifth-placed Real Betis.

Liverpool are looking to reach their third Champions League final in five seasons. The last time they were knocked out in the round of 16 after winning the first leg was in the 2001-02 quarter-finals against Bayer Leverkusen.

The English club have won all five away matches they have played in the Champions League this season, including against Inter Milan in the round of 16 and Benfica in the quarter-finals.

It remains unclear if Emery will be able to count on some key players due to injuries, including veteran defender Raúl Albiol and forwards Gerard Moreno and Arnaut Danjuma.

Moreno missed the first leg with a muscle problem, while Albiol is nursing a blow. In the first leg against Liverpool, the defender became the oldest Spaniard to play in a Champions League semi-final at 36.

Midfielder Yéremy Pino is out with a muscle problem.

Emery, a strong performer in the Europa League, is enjoying his best ever Champions League campaign having never progressed past the knockout stages in his previous attempts.

“We are very motivated to play a Champions League semi-final on home soil,” Emery said. “We want to enjoy this moment with our fans.”

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What is Paramount Plus?

Paramount More is an over-the-top live streaming service from CBS, offering a huge selection of popular CBS shows like “Ru Paul’s Drag Race” and original series like “Star Trek: Picard.” It also offers live broadcasts of local CBS channels as well as some live sporting events, like Champions League football.

How much does Paramount Plus cost?

$4.99 per month gives you full access to all Paramount+ content, but it includes commercial breaks. It ends up costing $59.88 per year if you subscribe monthly for 12 months. You can also upgrade to $9.99 per month ($119.88/year) and enjoy all the same features without any business interruption.

You can also buy 12 months with ads for $49.99 ($5/month) or without ads for $99.99 ($8.33/month). No matter what you choose, you’ll enjoy a 7-day free trial.


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