Champions League draw 2014 live stream: How to watch online
Early on Monday, UEFA General Secretary Gianni Infantino, a group of famous retired footballers and the directors of Europe’s biggest clubs will all gather in a small theater in Nyon, Switzerland to make the UEFA Champions League Round of 16 draw. We’ll gasp as old men unscrew ping pong balls and Infantino will spit lots of super impressive historical facts. It’s a good time.
The draw gets underway at 12 p.m. local time, which is 11 a.m. in the UK and 6 a.m. ET. For most users, the easiest way to watch streaming live online will be on UEFA.com. They’ll have a free stream of the event that isn’t georestricted, so you should be able to watch anywhere you are. If you prefer to watch more focused coverage and have access, British Eurosport, FOX Sports Go and FOX Soccer 2 Go will all have streams of the draw. UEFA and FOX Soccer 2 Go will also carry coverage of the Europa League draw afterwards.
If you need to catch up on the rules for the draw and who’s involved, you can find all the info you need for the draw right here.