Where to Watch AC Milan vs Barcelona Live

The fact that the match is taking place in the San Siro doesn’t really matter, because AC Milan have failed to beat Barcelona home & away the last 7 times these two teams have met, with their previous win coming over a decade ago. Still, when these two giants of European football meet it’s well worth the watch, and if you don’t know where to watch this game live, we’re here to help.

After a terrible start to the season, things have settled down for Milan over the last couple of months. Mario Balotelli arriving from Manchester City has been another boost, but he won’t be available for the Champions League match against Barcelona due to ineligibility. Milan are now third in Serie A, seven points beneath second place, and are undefeated in their last 7 matches, winning five of them. Stephan El Shaarawy is their top scorer in the league with 15 goals, and also in the Champions League with 2. Milan came out second in their group, playing with Malaga, Zenit and Anderlecht.

Barcelona are always the favorites – to win a match and a tournament. They’re safely ahead of the competition in the La Liga, leading Atletico Madrid by 12 points, not winning only three times this season, although two of those times have happened over the last five matches – losing at Sociedad and drawing at Valencia. They’ve also conceded a goal or more in each of their last six matches. Their team top scorer is Lionel Messi with 35 league goals and 5 more in the Champions League. They did lose once in the Champions League as well, against Celtic, but had no problem qualifying from first place, leaving Benfica and Spartak Moscow behind.

We have three recommended sources to use in this one. FirstRow offer this option, and a simulcast if you’re into watching Galatasaray & Schalke at the same time. VIP box, in our opinion the strongest and least likely to crash of providers, offer plenty of options to choose from. We recommend picking the first. There’s always the Sopcast option which is also pretty reliable, but means you’ll have to download something on to your computer.

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