Chelsea v Barcelona Live Stream Match Details
DATE: Tuesday 20th February 2018
TIME: 19:45 GMT
WHERE: Stamford Bridge, London
COMPETITION: Champions League Last-16 Stage 1st Leg
How to Watch Chelsea v Barcelona Live Stream
In order to watch tonight’s Chelsea v Barcelona live stream in the Champions League knockouts you’ll have to be a BT Sport subscriber in the UK, alternatively you can watch extended highlights of the match on ITV after the game is all wrapped up.
Blues fans can also keep up-to-date with proceedings in Europe’s elite competition on live commentary websites such as BBC and Sky Sports, but you can also get a full-match build-up and post-match analysis right here at CFCnet and over at our Facebook page during and after the Champions League ties.
How You Can Watch Chelsea Live This Season
So unfortunately it’s not possible to watch Chelsea v Barcelona live streaming unless your a BT Sport customer but for the rest of the season in the Premier League you can use CFCnet’s partner NOW TV to enjoy the final few months of the domestic season and see how the Blues finish up. For just £7.99 you can watch a full 24 hours of sporting action from across all the Sky Sports channels.
When are Chelsea playing Barcelona in Champions League?
Chelsea face an almighty task in the Champions League last-16 stage over two legs against giants Barcelona, but they’ve done it before and they will feel if they are at it, they can pull off what will be seen across the footballing world as a bit of an upset. The first leg is at Stamford Bridge on Tuesday 20th February 2018 with the second leg at the Nou Camp on Wednesday 14th March 2018.
Chelsea v Barcelona Head-to-Head Record
In the last seven competitive meetings between the two, Chelsea haven’t lost in seven – a record of two wins and five draws. Does this indicate we’re in for a cagey affair when the two meet in February and then in March over the two legs? The last time they were drawn together in the knockouts of the Champions League Chelsea won the home leg in London 1-0, followed by a heroic 2-2 draw away in Barcelona – back in 2012. No doubt manager Antonio Conte would settle for a similar outcome this time six years later.
|24 Apr 2012||Barcelona v Chelsea||2-2||Draw|
|18 Apr 2012||Chelsea v Barcelona||1-0||Win|
|06 May 2009||Chelsea v Barcelona||1-1||Draw|
|28 Apr 2009||Barcelona v Chelsea||0-0||Draw|
|31 Oct 2006||Barcelona v Chelsea||2-2||Draw|
How Can Chelsea Beat Barcelona in Champions League?
Securing a clean-sheet in London in the first leg will be the priority for Chelsea who will know the size of the task facing them if they concede goals before heading over to Barcelona in the second leg. Traditionally these meetings have been tight affairs but Chelsea will hope to draw on some impressive home results against the Catalans, including their 1-0 wins in 2012 and 2006 in the first leg ties.
Remember during the Chelsea v Barcelona live streams we will be covering the match on-site at CFCnet on-site and over at our official Facebook page.