How can I watch UEFA Champions League matches?

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  1. BoxingSpecialist2

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    Hey guys. I'd really like to watch all of the UEFA Champions League group matches and knockout round matches as well. Unfortunately I live in Canada so it's not shown on free TV. Ideally I would like to stream the matches live on my computer over the internet. In Canada, Sportsnet offers this feature but it costs $200. I'm not a "cheapie" but I don't want to pay that much. What else are my options then? Do some sites stream the matches for free? I would be happy to pay, say, 50$CAD if theres a company which offers reliable, quality streaming of all matches. Any advice? Thanks.
     
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    How do you guys watch the matches and which sites do you use?
     
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    I'm surprised someone living in Toronto can't get Rogers Sportsnet.
     
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    Thanks White is Right and Stevo, I will use these sites to watch the matches.
     
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    Matra2 - Yes I have Sportsnet. It is included with basic cable. They only show like 1 or 2 of all the matches in each round of fixtures and as I said in my opening post, I'd like to watch all the matches. For 200$ you can get Sportsnet World Now which is online live streaming of all matches. They also sell a premium channel Sportsnet World which shows most of the matches for like 15$ a month. The problem is I'm moving to another part of Canada so I'd prefer to watch over internet than cable.
     

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