Barcelona vs. Chelsea

Barcelona vs. Chelsea Champions League live stream info, TV channel, time: How to watch first leg on TV, stream online

Barcelona and Chelsea write the next chapter of their Champions League history on Tuesday, when they meet in the first leg of their round of 16 tie at Stamford Bridge. After half of the first legs of the round were played last week, the other eight teams get in on the action this week as the Blues host one of the cup favorites.


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It’s a fantastic opportunity to see two of the world’s most magical players in Barca’s Lionel Messi and Chelsea’s Eden Hazard, but if the Spanish club gets a result, it will be without Philippe Coutinho. The talented Brazilian is cup-tied, meaning he can’t play for Barca in this cup after playing for Liverpool in the group stage.

WATCH Barcelona vs Chelsea LIVE

How to watch

When: Tuesday at 2:45 p.m. ET

TV: FS1 (BT Sport 2 in UK; TV3 in Spain)

Stream: fuboTV (Try for free)

Follow: CBS Sports App

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Chelsea last tasted defeat way back in 2005 at the Nou Camp, losing 2-1 on the night, yet we still went on to win the tie 5-4 on aggregate, dumping Barca out of the competition.

The times they have knocked us out haven’t been without controversy and leaving us feeling hard done by, having been beaten by incredible performances by those Champions League greats such as Anders Frisk and Tom Henning Ovrebo.

Despite not seeing nearly as much of Barca in this decade as we did the last, our previous trip ended with that memorable Fernando Torres goal.

And Gary Neville screaming, of course, on the night of John Terry’s famous red card.