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FC Barcelona look to make it four wins out of four in a Saturday 4.15pm kick-off local time. That’s slightly earlier than usual, and this guide should help you work out when the action starts where you are.
We also list the regional broadcasters that hold the rights to show the match. We can’t guarantee that they are actually will show the game, unfortunately that’s not up to us, but most of them usually do! Check the broadcasters’ websites and the local press to be sure.
If for any reason you can’t see the game, you could always listen instead. The link to Radio Barça will appear on the home page shortly before the game starts, and there you can hear live English language commentary.
And don’t forget there are also constant updates on our official Twitter account.
Saturday 15 September
United States & Canada – Los Angeles, Vancouver (7.15 AM) / New York, Toronto (10.15 PM)
@fcbarcelona & www.fcbarcelona.com, @fcbarcelona_fra & www.fcbarcelona.fr, @fcbarcelona_es & www.fcbarcelona.es
Africa – Dakar (2.15 PM) / Yaoundé (3.15 PM) / Cape Town (4.15 PM) / Nairobi (5.15 PM)
@fcbarcelona, www.fcbarcelona.com, @fcbarcelona_fra & www.fcbarcelona.fr, @fcbarcelona_br & www.fcbarcelona.com.br
Canal+, Supersport7, Zap (Angola), Azam Sports (Tanzania)
China (10.15 PM)
Beijing TV, Shanghai TV, Guangdong TV, Tianjin TV, Shandong TV Channel, Fujian TV Sports Channel, Dalian TV Culture & Sport Channel, Xinjiang TV Health & Sports Channel, Jiangsu TV Sports Channel, Shan'xi TV Sport Channel
Sunday 16 December
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