Where to see the game on TV and live
The first leg, scheduled for May 10, will be broadcast on Prime Video as well as on Sky Italia’s TV8.
Prime Video has announced that it will make the live broadcast of the UEFA Champions League match between AC Milan and Inter Milan available in Italy on both Prime Video and free-to-air Sky TV8, giving all football fans in Italy the chance to enjoy Prime Video’s live coverage, also exceptionally distributed for free. On air on Sky TV8 for the historic match scheduled for Wednesday 10th May. The UEFA Champions League on Prime Video is included with your Prime membership. In Italy Basic members can enjoy savings, convenience, entertainment and live sports all in one membership for just €4.99 per month or €49.90 per year.
The Prime Video preliminary match will be available on Prime Video and free-to-air Sky TV8 from 7.30pm live from San Siro. In the side studio there will be Giulia Maisonni, Clarence Seedorf, Alessandro Nesta, Julio Cesare and Diego Milito. Prime Video and post-match commentary will also be broadcast for free on TV8.
Milan commentary – Inter entrusted Sandro Piccinini and Massimo Ambrosini. In Prime Video’s VAR room Gianpaolo Calvarese. Sent on the sidelines are Alicia Tarquinho, Alessandro Alciato and Fernando Siani.
At the end of the match, Marco Cattaneo, Gianfranco Zola and Luca Toni will live stream the highlights from 11:30pm, exclusively on Prime Video. In addition to the recap of the other Real Madrid and Manchester City semi-finals, the program includes more insights, interviews and live content on the San Siro derby.
Match highlights, including Tuesday night’s semi-finals, will be available on demand on Prime Video from 11:00pm on Wednesday 10th.
Moreover, X Ray will be active on all web and mobile devices and on Smart TV through Fire TV Stick, a feature that will allow sports fans to access statistics, key moments of a match and lineups in real time with just a click of a button. teams in the field.
Prime members in Italy can watch UEFA Champions League matches through the Prime Video app available on many smart TVs, including models from Samsung and LG, as well as mobile devices Amazon Fire TV, Fire TV Stick, Fire Tablet, Apple TV, PlayStation, Sky Q and Sky Digital and online. More information on the range of devices compatible with Prime Video can be found at: primevideo.com. Those who are not yet a Prime member will be able to try the service for free for 30 days at amazon.it/prime.
Prime Video has started broadcasting the UEFA Champions League exclusively in Italy and Germany during the 2021/22 season and will also offer live and exclusive coverage to UK viewers from 2024/25. Add to this the huge selection of live sports on Prime Video worldwide, including Premier League soccer in the UK, Ligue 1 soccer and tennis with Roland-Garros in France, the NFL with Thursday Night Football in the US, and New Zealand Cricket in India and more.
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