Barcelona vs Atlético Madrid: Spanish Super Cup, how and where to watch, times, TV, online
All the information on how and where to watch the second semi-final of the 2020 Spanish Super Cup as Barça face Atlético Madrid in Jeddah, Saudi Arabia, on Thursday 9 January 2020.
A place in Sunday's final is on the line in the second semi-final as LaLiga 2018-19 champions FC Barcelona take on Atlético Madrid who secure a place in the new Spanish FA "Final Four" Super Cup by virtue of being runners-up in last season's league campaign.
The LaLiga winners FC Barcelona and Copa del Rey victors Valencia are also joined by Real Madrid and Atlético Madrid in the inaugural event of the new competition which will be staged in Saudi Arabia for the next three seasons with the RFEF netting a handy 120 million euro in exchange.
The venue for all three games is the impressive 62,000 capacity King Abdullah Sports City in Jeddah on the west coast of the country.
What time does Barcelona vs Atlético Madrid start at?
The 2020 Spanish Super Cup semi-final between Barça and Atlético Madrid will be played at the King Abdullah Sports City in Jeddah, Saudi Arabia, on Thursday 9 January 2020, with a 20:00 CET start (22:00 local time in the Gulf).
Where can I watch Barcelona vs Atlético Madrid?
No matter where in the world you are, find out where you can access the Super Cup semi-final here. Online viewing may be available via the media outlets in question and their respective IOS/Android application.
Saudi Arabia: Saudi Sports 1
Nigeria: Canal+ Sport 2 Afrique
UK: At present no broadcaster in the UK has picked up rights for the competition.
Barcelona vs Atlético Madrid live on AS English
You can also follow all the action right here on AS English, with our inimitable minute-by-minute live coverage of the match. Join us ahead of kick-off for all the latest news you want from Saudi Arabia.
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