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Borussia Dortmund v Monaco FREE BT sport coverage

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Free Borussia Dortmund v Monaco live streaming and TV coverage will be provided exclusively by BT Sport on Tuesday night as the Champions League quarter-finals begin in style. Absolutely anyone can… Read More
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Free Borussia Dortmund v Monaco live streaming and TV coverage will be provided exclusively by BT Sport on Tuesday night as the Champions League quarter-finals begin in style.

Absolutely anyone can watch the on BTSport.com at 7pm and following the ‘Dortmund v Monaco – Free Live Stream’ banner below (kick-off is 7.45pm).
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#2
from memory they will also show the free matches on the bt youtube channel?
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Just 0.3% of UK residents watched live Champions League games affecting British teams this year because BT purchased the exlcusive broadcast rights. Giving us Borussia Dortmund v Monaco for free hardly makes-ammends.

UEFA needs to realise that selling it's backside to the highest bidder is not always in the best intrests of football or it's own long-term future. The No1 National Sport should be free to view, or at least rights should be shared between free to view and premium broadcasters.

As a West Ham supporter the Champions League / EUFA Cup have never bothered me, so I will not pay for the priviledge, but there are plenty Chelsea, Man U, Man City, Spurs and Liverpool fans who will also miss out.
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freezingheat
from memory they will also show the free matches on the bt youtube channel?

will it be in HD on youtube? Whenever they show it on TV for free its always in fuzzy Sd
2 Likes #5
Orville
Just 0.3% of UK residents watched live Champions League games affecting British teams this year because BT purchased the exlcusive broadcast rights. Giving us Borussia Dortmund v Monaco for free hardly makes-ammends.

UEFA needs to realise that selling it's backside to the highest bidder is not always in the best intrests of football or it's own long-term future. The No1 National Sport should be free to view, or at least rights should be shared between free to view and premium broadcasters.

As a West Ham supporter the Champions League / EUFA Cup have never bothered me, so I will not pay for the priviledge, but there are plenty Chelsea, Man U, Man City, Spurs and Liverpool fans who will also miss out.


And you never will have to fork out as a West Ham fan...

BT sport channels offer extremely good value for money compared to Sky. Especially if you're a BT customer...
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kingmonkey69
Orville
Just 0.3% of UK residents watched live Champions League games affecting British teams this year because BT purchased the exlcusive broadcast rights. Giving us Borussia Dortmund v Monaco for free hardly makes-ammends.
UEFA needs to realise that selling it's backside to the highest bidder is not always in the best intrests of football or it's own long-term future. The No1 National Sport should be free to view, or at least rights should be shared between free to view and premium broadcasters.
As a West Ham supporter the Champions League / EUFA Cup have never bothered me, so I will not pay for the priviledge, but there are plenty Chelsea, Man U, Man City, Spurs and Liverpool fans who will also miss out.
And you never will have to fork out as a West Ham fan...
BT sport channels offer extremely good value for money compared to Sky. Especially if you're a BT customer...
The West Ham bit is true.

However, an average of 5M viewers watched Champions League Group Matches broadcast on ITV, versus 200K viewers for BT games. Even the occasional "free" match BT broadcasts attracts far less that 1M viewers, and this results in a minimun 80% loss for UEFA Sponsors air-time per game. Who are UEFA's main creditors/sponsers? I can only name Gasprom from memory.
#8
Ford Sony and Adidas as well as gasprom.
#9
oh and mastercard
#10
Snakeyes646
Ford Sony and Adidas as well as gasprom.

I'm pretty sure Ford sponsorship ended last season and Nissan is in for this season and at least the next 3.

Edited By: pedr0barbosa on Apr 11, 2017 16:36
#11
Orville
Just 0.3% of UK residents watched live Champions League games affecting British teams this year because BT purchased the exlcusive broadcast rights. Giving us Borussia Dortmund v Monaco for free hardly makes-ammends.
UEFA needs to realise that selling it's backside to the highest bidder is not always in the best intrests of football or it's own long-term future. The No1 National Sport should be free to view, or at least rights should be shared between free to view and premium broadcasters.
As a West Ham supporter the Champions League / EUFA Cup have never bothered me, so I will not pay for the priviledge, but there are plenty Chelsea, Man U, Man City, Spurs and Liverpool fans who will also miss out.
I'm with you 100% every time I'm living in Romania or the Philippines I get to watch every premier league game on free to air tv, try watching a English team on English tv in England for free.. and not kodi (_;)
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Match has been postponed until 5:45pm tomorrow.
6 Likes #13
our thoughts with Dortmund team
#14
kingmonkey69
Orville
Just 0.3% of UK residents watched live Champions League games affecting British teams this year because BT purchased the exlcusive broadcast rights. Giving us Borussia Dortmund v Monaco for free hardly makes-ammends.
UEFA needs to realise that selling it's backside to the highest bidder is not always in the best intrests of football or it's own long-term future. The No1 National Sport should be free to view, or at least rights should be shared between free to view and premium broadcasters.
As a West Ham supporter the Champions League / EUFA Cup have never bothered me, so I will not pay for the priviledge, but there are plenty Chelsea, Man U, Man City, Spurs and Liverpool fans who will also miss out.
And you never will have to fork out as a West Ham fan...
BT sport channels offer extremely good value for money compared to Sky. Especially if you're a BT customer...
I paid £35 for one year of BT Sport via a family member with a BT account.
Sky have much better coverage of English football but it would cost me so much more to get Sky and I don't watch enough to justify the cost.
I can get Sky one day passes on eBay cheaply for the odd big game as well.
Overall though I find the CL games are of a very high standard and especially the knockout stage.

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