CHAMPIONS LEAGUE

Champions League: Who plays tonight? Full schedule

With the 2021/2022 Champions League underway, the second UCL matchday takes place today, Tuesday 28 September, with 16 teams doing battle in their quest for a last-16 spot.

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A new edition of the UEFA Champions League got underway on 14 September, with 32 teams dreaming of taking the coveted trophy home.

Today, the competition returns, with sixteen teams battling for a win on the group stage's second matchday. Below is the full schedule for Tuesday, 28 September. 

All times are in U.S. Eastern Time

PSG vs. Manchester City - 3 p.m.

This game is a certain "must-watch" on today's schedule, with some of the best-attacking players in the world on display as MNM (Messi-Neymar-Mbappé) go up against Jack Grealish and Kevin De Bruyne, all of whom are expected to start the game.

The Citizens will head to Paris to try and beat the Parisian team for a third consecutive time, after having beaten PSG in both legs of last season's semi-final.

However, the odds are in favor of PSG, who will be eager to win after their draw against Club Brugge in matchday one.

Real Madrid vs. FC Sheriff Tiraspol - 3 p.m.

Real Madrid are the clear favorites for this one. The question is not whether or not Los Blancos will win but how many goals will they win by. All eyes will be on Madrid's second top scorer so far this seaon, youngster Vinicius, who will be expected to add to his tally today.

AC Milan vs. Atlético Madrid - 3 p.m.

Having lost to Alaves in LaLiga last weekend, Atlético Madrid will try to bounce back against AC Milan at the San Siro. Both teams are searching for their first win in the competition this season; Milan lost 3-2 at home against Liverpool, while Atléti saw out a 1-1 draw at Porto. This one is too close to call and it could very well be one of those matches decided in the last 15 minutes.

UCL Full Schedule - Tuesday, Sept. 28

12:45 p.m.

  • Ajax vs. Besiktas
  • Shakhtar Donetsk vs. Inter Milan

3 p.m.

  • PSG vs. Manchester City
  • RB Leipzig vs. Club Brugge
  • Porto vs. Liverpool
  • AC Milan vs. Atlético Madrid
  • Borussia Dortmund vs. Sporting CP
  • Real Madrid vs. FC Sheriff Tiraspol

How to watch in the US?

This year's Champions League will be broadcasted in the US by CBS in English and Univision in Spanish.

If you don't have a cable, there are several streaming services airing the 2021-2022 event online such as fuboTV for English speakers and Univision, TUDN, Galavision, TUDNxtr for Spanish speakers.