Real Sociedad v PSG : watch live streaming

Where to watch the Real Sociedad vs PSG Champions League match on TV, including information on the kick off time, TV live broadcast schedule and streaming news.

TV Channels by Country

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Bosnia and HerzegovinaArena Sport (BiH)
CroatiaArena Sport (Cro)
SerbiaArena Sport (Ser)
AustraliabeIN Sports (Aus), Stan Sport (Aus)
Middle East and North AfricabeIN Sports MENA
FranceCanal+ Foot (Fra)
GreeceCOSMOTE Sport
CyprusCytavision Sports
GermanyDAZN Deutsch
RomaniaDigi Sport 2 (Rom), Orange Sport (Rom), Prima Sport 2 (Rom)
PortugalEleven Sports 2 (Por)
BulgariaMax Sport 4 (Bul)
RussiaMEGOGO
FinlandMTV Katsomo (Fin), MTV Urheilu (Fin)
Czech RepublicNova Sport 3 (Cze)
PolandPolsat Sport Premium 2
HungarySport 1 (Hun)
AustriaSky Sport (Aut)
ItalySky Sport (Ita)
NetherlandsZiggo Kanaal 14, Ziggo Sport Select
AlbaniaSuperSport
Latin AmericaTNT Sports
DenmarkTV3 Sport (Den), Viaplay (Den)
Sociedad vs PSG

Trailing by two goals following last month’s first leg in Paris, Real Sociedad will aim to overturn Paris Saint-Germain’s lead in the Champions League last-16 tie at the Reale Arena on Tuesday night.

Real Sociedad come into this encounter in dire form, having won just one of their past nine games and riding on a three-game losing streak.

They crashed to a 3-2 defeat at Sevilla on Saturday, while they were also knocked out of the Copa del Rey last week after losing on penalties to Mallorca in the semi-finals.

What TV channel is the game on

This Champions League match will be broadcast live in the UK on the TnT Sports channel. Viewers can also get live updates through Sky Sports Newsdesk.

The match is set to start at 8:00 PM from the Reale Arena in San Sebastian.

Additionally, Bet365’s live Champions League service will provide in playy updates from the stadium starting from kick-off.

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While the hosts have their work cut out for them this midweek, PSG already have one foot in the Champions League quarter finals after winning the first tie 2-0 at Parc des Princes thanks to goals from Kylian Mbappe and Bradley Barcola.

For all the mess around the Mbappe-PSG saga right now, the visitors boast a healthy lead at the top of the Ligue 1 table, and stretched their undefeated run to 20 games at Monaco on Friday night, but the Parisians have now drawn back-to-back matches with Stade Rennais (0-0) and AS Monaco (0-0).

They are under no pressure here, may go all-out at La Real on Tuesday, and should have enough to claim victory here.