Arsenal and Bayern Munich kick off the first leg of their Round of 16 matchup today at 2:45 P.M. EST at Allianz Arena in Munich, Germany.
For Bayern Munich, Franck Ribery and Jerome Boateng are both expected to miss the match due to injury, while for Arsenal Santi Cazorla, Aaron Ramsey, Mathieu Debuchy, and Yaya Sanogo are all out with injuries as well. David Ospina is starting in goal ahead of Petr Cech as Arsenal continue their policy of playing their second-string keeper in Champions League matches.
This is the fourth time Bayern Munich and Arsenal have met during the Round of 16 stage of the competition since 2005, with the German giants winning the past three times. Bayern, five-time Champions League winners, have knocked Arsenal out in the round of 16 three times, in 2005, 2013, and 2014.
Arsenal and Bayern are sure to face off in another epic clash, so make sure you find out how to live stream!
Arsenal vs. Bayern Munich Champions League Viewing Details
Date: Wednesday, February 15, 2017
Time: 2:45 P.M. EST
United States TV Channel: Fox Sports One
United Kingdom Viewing Channel: BT Sport 2
Live Stream: Fox Sports Go website/Fox Soccer 2Go/BT Sport
Location: Allianz Arena, Munich
How To Watch Arsenal vs. Bayern Munich Live Stream Online
United States: You can live stream the Arsenal vs. Bayern Round of 16 Champions League game on the Fox Sports Go website or wit Fox Soccer 2Go. You will need to log in with your cable provider information.
United Kingdom: You can live stream the Arsenal vs. Bayern Munich Champions League game on the BT Sport Website.
How To Watch Arsenal vs. Bayern Munich Live Steam On Mobile
United States: You can live stream the Arsenal vs. Bayern Munich game on your mobile device by using the Fox Sports GO app (iTunes Store | Google Play Store | Amazon Store | Windows). You’ll need a cable subscription like you would while watching it on your desktop.
United Kingdom: You can live stream the Arsenal vs. Bayern game on your mobile device by using the BT Sport App (iTunes Store | Google Play). You’ll need a cable subscription, though, just as you would watching it on your desktop.