When and where to watch Real Madrid v FC Barcelona

When and where to watch Real Madrid v FC Barcelona

A worldwide guide to TV viewing for this Thursday's Copa del Rey semi final at the Santiago Bernabéu

The Copa del Rey resumes this Thursday and after wins over Intercity, Ceuta, and Real Sociedad, Barça now face a Clásico semi final against Real Madrid with the first leg to kick off at 9pm CET at the Santiago Bernabéu. 

If you are unable to watch the game, or if you wish to complement your viewing with additional information, don’t forget that we have full coverage of the game, including the build-up live from the stadium and post-match reactions in our Match Center on the Club's official website.


You will also find our minute-by-minute text updates, a link to listen to live English language commentary on Radio Barça and plenty more to keep you entertained!

Social networks

And let's not forget the complete coverage available on our official social networks:

English: @fcbarcelona & www.fcbarcelona.com
Catalan: @fcbarcelona_cat & www.fcbarcelona.cat  
Spanish: @fcbarcelona_es & www.fcbarcelona.es
French: @fcbarcelona_fra & www.fcbarcelona.fr
Portuguese: @fcbarcelona_br 
Arabic: @fcbarcelona_ara 
Turkish: @fcbarcelona_tr 
Chinese: fcbarcelona.cn
Japanese: @fcbarcelona_jp & www.fcbarcelona.jp
Indonesian: @fcbarcelona_id

We provide a list of the broadcasters that hold the rights to show the games in different countries or regions, but please note that although we list them here, we CANNOT guarantee that they will actually show the game. That does not depend on us, and you should check their own websites for details.

Thursday, 2 March

The Americas

Canada (Vancouver 12.00pm, Montreal 3.00pm)

USA (Los Angeles 12.00pm, New York 3.00pm)

Mexico, Central America and Dominican Republic (Mexico City 2.00pm, Panama 3.00pm, Dominican Republic 4.00pm)

Caribbean (Jamaica 3.00pm, Bahamas 4.00pm, French Guiana 5.00pm)

South America (Peru, Colombia 3.00pm, Venezuela 4.00pm, Chile, Brazil (Brasilia), Argentina 5.00pm)
Star + (Brazil), Direct TV (Spanish speaking countries)


UK and Ireland (8.00pm)

Portugal (8.00pm)

Spain (9.00pm)
Movistar +

France (9.00pm)
L'Equipe Web, Molotov, L'Equipe, Free

Belgium and Luxembourg (9.00pm)

Netherlands 9.00pm)

Norway (9.00pm)

Sweden (9.00pm) and Finland (10.00pm)
Sport Bladet Play

Denmark (9.00pm)
TV2 Sport

Germany, Austria and Italy (9.00pm)

Switzerland (9.00pm)

Poland (9.00pm)

Czech Republic and Slovakia (9.00pm)
Sport 1 CZ/SK

Hungary (9.00pm)
Sport 2 Hungary 

Balkan Republics (9.00pm)
Arena Sport, Moja TV

Albania (9.00pm)

Baltic Republics, Belarus and Moldova (10.00pm)

Ukraine (10.00pm)

Romania (10.00pm)
Digi Online, Digi Sport 3 Romania

Bulgaria (10.00pm)

Greece (10.00pm)
Cosmote Sport

Cyprus (10.00pm)

Turkey (10.00pm)
Tivibor Spor 2

Israel 10.00pm)
Sport 3

Russia (Moscow 11.00pm)
Match! Football 2, matchtv.ru

Caucasus Region (12.00am)


North Africa (Morocco 9.00pm, Egypt 10.00pm)

Sub-Saharan Africa (Senegal, Ghana 8.00pm, Nigeria, Cameroon 9.00pm, South Africa, Zambia 10.00pm, Addis Ababa 11.00pm)
Star Times


Arab countries and Iran (Mecca 11.00pm, Iran 11.00pm. Oman 12.00am)

Central Asia (Afghanistan 1.00am, Uzbekistan 1.00am, Kazakhstan 2.00am)
(Plus UzReport in Ukbekistan, Voot and MTV in Afghanistan)

Friday, 3 March 

Indian Subcontinent (Pakistan 1.00am, India 1.30am, Bangladesh 2.00am)

Southeast Asia (Cambodia 3.00am, Philippines 4.00am)

Myanmar (3.00am)

Thailand (3.00am)

Vietnam (3.00am)

Indonesia (Jakarta, 3.00am)

Mongolia (4.00am)

China (4.00am)

South Korea (5.00am)

Japan (5.00am)


Australia (Perth 4.00am, Sydney 7.00am)

New Zealand (9.00am)

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