Juventus vs Paris Saint-Germain: how to watch the Champions League for free

Juventus will host Paris Saint-Germain in the Champions League Wednesday, November 2 at 4 p.m. EST.

The match will be played at the Allianz Stadium in Turin, Italy, and will air in English exclusively on Paramount Plus. Viewers can stream the game for free by signing up to Paramount Plus. Plans start at just $4.99 per month.

For Group H, PSG are one of the two teams that progress, Juventus having already been eliminated.

For the Italian side, their struggles could also mean they don’t qualify for the Europa League, which is the next best tournament after the Champions League. Juventus and Maccabi Haifa are both bottom of the group, with the third-place team qualifying for the European League. With the Israeli side hosting Benfica and Juventus hosting PSG, it looks like the results will come down to goal differential.

Still, a win for Juventus looks unlikely, competing with PSG who have the trio of Lionel Messi, Kylian Mbappé and Neymar firing on all cylinders with a total of 12 Champions League goals.

Juventus vs PSG (Champions League)

What time does this game start? Can I watch it on TV? – Wednesday’s game will start at 4 p.m. EST. The match will be available through Paramount+ on smart TVs and streaming devices to watch in English. Viewers can also watch the game in Spanish via TUDN and Unimas.

Live stream information: Paramount+ – Fans can sign up for a free trial of Paramount+ watch any Champions League game this season.

Champions League group stage standings

group A

Napoli | 15 dots

Liverpool | 12 tips

Ajax | 3 points

Rangers | 0 dots

Group B

Club Brugge | 10 dots

Oporto | 9 dots

Atletico Madrid | 5 points

Leverkusen | 4 tips

Group C

Bayern Munich | 15 dots

Inter | 10 dots

Barcelona | 4 tips

Viktoria Pilsen | 0 dots

Group D

Tottenham Hotspur | 8 points

CP Sports | 7 points

Eintracht Frankfurt | 7 points

Marseilles | 6 points

Group E

Chelsea | 10 dots

Milano | 7 points

RB Salzburg | 6 points

Dinamo Zagreb | 4 tips

Group F

Real Madrid | 10 dots

RB Leipzig | 9 dots

Shakhtar Donetsk | 6 points

Celtic | 2 points

Group G

City of Man | 11 dots

Dortmund | 8 points

Seville | 5 points

Copenhagen | 2 points

Group H

PSG | 11 dots

benfica | 11 dots

Juventus | 3 tips

Maccabi Haifa | 3 tips

More coverage via The Associated Press

LONDON (AP) — The Champions League has reached the final round of group stage fixtures, with four spots in the roster for the last 16 still up for grabs.

Here’s what to watch for this week:


Eight teams are still in contention for the knockout stage, with four of them all coming from the same group.

That’s it for playing in Group D, with just two points separating top-placed Tottenham and bottom-placed Marseille. These two sides face off in France on Tuesday, while Sporting Lisbon host Eintracht Frankfurt.

A draw will be enough to qualify Tottenham, but all the teams in the group know that a win will ensure qualification.

AC Milan and Salzburg meet at the San Siro on Wednesday to decide which side will join Chelsea in the Group E qualifier. A draw would be enough for Milan.

Leipzig must avoid a loss to Shakhtar on Wednesday in Group F to qualify for the knockout stages. Shakhtar would advance with a win.


Ukrainian club Shakhtar had the difficult task of competing in the Champions League again after the Russian invasion. Now he could fly the Ukrainian flag in the round of 16.

Shakhtar are due to play their Champions League home matches in Poland because of the war and will field a young squad after FIFA allowed foreign players to suspend their contracts with Ukrainian teams and play elsewhere. Coach Roberto De Zerbi left and the Ukrainian league was closed for six months from February to August. Shakhtar’s league game on Saturday was interrupted for more than an hour by an anti-aircraft alarm.

Despite this, Shakhtar have remained competitive and know they will qualify in their group if they beat Leipzig. Shakhtar are guaranteed to finish at least third and continue their unusual European season in the Europa League.

Shakhtar won their first meeting with Leipzig 4-1 in September, prompting Leipzig to fire coach Domenico Tedesco. The German side bounced back under Marco Rose, upsetting Real Madrid 3-2 last week after beating Celtic twice.


Bayern Munich, Chelsea and Manchester City are the only teams to have already won their group before the final day.

Real Madrid will win Group F – regardless of the outcome of rivals Leipzig – by beating Celtic at home on Wednesday.

Napoli will be Group A winners if they avoid defeat at Liverpool on Tuesday by four or more goals in a game between two sides already confident of progress.

Paris Saint-Germain and Benfica are the teams exiting Group H. They each have 11 points ahead of closing matches at Juventus and Maccabi Haifa, respectively, on Wednesday.

In Group B, Club Brugge lead Porto by one point and both teams have already qualified. They finish against teams battling to finish third to reach the Europa League knockout round playoffs. Brugge visit bottom-placed Bayer Leverkusen on Tuesday and Porto host third-placed Atletico Madrid.


Only 10 teams have completed a single Champions League group stage with six wins from six matches. There could be two more this week.

Bayern could achieve the feat for the third time with a win in Group C on Tuesday against Inter Milan, who are already guaranteed to finish in second place and could therefore choose to rest some players.

Napoli are looking to become the first Italian side since AC Milan in 1992 to win six consecutive group victories but must win at Anfield to do so.

Rangers and Viktoria Plzeň are no points ahead of the group at home to Ajax and Barcelona, ​​respectively.


The draw for the last 16 will take place at UEFA headquarters in Nyon, Switzerland on 7 November.

Christy J. Olson