Real Madrid vs Club Brugge: how and where to watch
All the information you need on how and where to watch Real Madrid vs Club Brugge in matchday two of the 2019/20 Champions League group stage.
Real Madrid vs Club Brugge: preview
Having suffered a 3-0 humbling in their Champions League group-stage opener at Paris Saint-Germain two weeks ago, Real Madrid know that victory over Club Brugge in matchday two is utterly imperative.
However, they will take confidence from how they have fared since that defeat in Paris: after wins over Sevilla and Osasuna and a draw at city rivals Atlético, Los Blancos now sit top of LaLiga, and are on a run of three consecutive clean sheets.
Brugge are also in decent nick too, though: after securing a point against Galatasaray in their first Group A game, the Belgian league leaders have racked up 10 goals across three straight domestic wins, with their most recent triumph a 5-0 weekend thrashing of Mechelen.
What time does the Real Madrid vs Club Brugge game kick off?
The 2019/20 UEFA Champions League Group A fixture between Real Madrid and Club Brugge will kick off at the Santiago Bernabéu, Madrid, on Tuesday 1 October 2019 at the local time of 18:55.
That's 17:55 in the UK, 12:55 in New York, 11:55 in Dallas and 09:55 in LA.
Find out here what time the game gets underway where you are in the world.
Where can I watch Real Madrid vs Club Brugge?
You can check here which television channels and online platforms will be showing the Real Madrid vs Club Brugge game in your country.
United Kingdom: BT Sport Live, BT Sport 1
United States: B/R Live, TNT USA, TUDN Radio, UniMás, Univision NOW, TUDN USA, TUDN en Vivo, Watch TNT
Spain: Movistar+, Mitele Plus
Real Madrid vs Club Brugge live on AS English
You can also follow the action at the Bernabéu with our very own inimitable live coverage, right here on AS English.
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