Global TV Guide: Real Madrid vs Athletic Club (LaLiga MD38)
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Global TV Guide: Real Madrid vs Athletic Club (LaLiga MD38)

When and where to watch Sunday's showdown at the Santiago Bernabeu, where Los Leones will be looking to seal a place in the Europa Conference League

May 31, 2023

It is the end of the road and Athletic have nowhere left to turn if they are to secure European qualification. Los Leones will have to defeat Real Madrid at the Santiago Bernabeu and hope other results go their way.

The LaLiga Santander Matchday 38 fixture kicks off at 18:30 CEST on Sunday evening. Below you have a guide to help you follow the match from wherever you are in the world.

You can also follow the fixture, and keep up to date with everything Athletic related, through the official Athletic Club app, as well as on our website and social media accounts:


Spanish: @AthleticClub

Basque: @Athletic_eus

English: @Athletic_en

Facebook (Spanish + Basque)


@athleticclub (Spanish + Basque)





In addition to the kick-off times in different countries, below we have compiled a list of broadcasters around the world with the rights to show LaLiga matches.

Unfortunately, there is no guarantee this particular fixture will be broadcast in your region, so please check with the relevant LaLiga TV operator as well.

If you want to join or set up an official Athletic Club fan club in your region, this is how to do it:

Global TV Guide
(Sunday, June 4)
The Americas
United States and Puerto Rico: San Francisco (09:30), Boise (10:30), Miami, San Juan (12:30)


Canada: Vancouver (09:30), Toronto (12:30)


Mexico: Mexico City (10:30)


Central America + Dominican Republic: San José (10:30), Panama City (11:30)


In Belize, also on: ESPN, Sports Max / Dominican Republic: Sports Max

Caribbean: Kingston (11:30), Havana, Bridgetown (12:30)

Sports Max

Also on ESPN in:

Antigua & Barbuda, Barbados, Trinidad & Tobago, Bahamas

Available on beIN in French-speaking islands.

South America: Bogotá (11:30), Caracas (12:30), Buenos Aires (13:30)

ESPN, Direct TV or Star +

Suriname: Sports Max, ATV / Venezuela: IVC Networks / Bolivia: Tigo Sports / Guyana: Sports Max

Brazil: Brasilia (13:30)

Star + or ESPN

North Africa: Casablanca, Algiers (17:30), Cairo (18:30)


In Sudan & Mauritania, also on: Super Sports or Canal +

Sub-Sahara: Accra (16:30), Lagos (17:30), Cape Town (18:30), Nairobi (19:30)

Super Sports or Canal +

In Angola and Mozambique, also on: ZAP

Iceland 16:30

United Kingdom & Ireland 17:30

LaLiga TV, Viaplay Sports

Portugal 17:30

Eleven Sports

Norway 18:30

TV2 Sport or Strive

Denmark 18:30

TV2 Sport

Sweden 18:30 & Finland 19:30

C More

Netherlands 18:30

Ziggo Sports

Belgium 18:30

Eleven Sports

France 18:30


Spain 18:30

Movistar, Orange, DAZN or Gol

Austria, Germany & Italy 18:30


Switzerland 18:30


Poland 18:30

Eleven Sports or Canal +

Czech Republic & Slovakia 18:30


Hungary 18:30

Spiler 2 TV

Albania 18:30


Kosovo 18:30


Balkan Nations 18:30

Arena Sport

Malta 18:30


Baltic States & Belarus 19:30

Setanta Sports

Ukraine 19:30


Romania 19:30

Orange, Prima TV or DigiSport

Bulgaria 19:30

Max Sport

Greece 19:30

Nova Sport

Cyprus 19:30


Israel 19:30

One Sport

Turkey 19:30

Sporsmart or S-Plus

Russia (Moscow, 19:30)


Arab Countries, Iran & Afghanistan: Amman, Mecca (19:30), Tehran (20:00), Dubai (20:30)


Afghanistan (Voot, MTV, Setanta Sports)

Caucasus Region:

Georgia 20:30


Azerbaijan 20:30

CBC Sport or Setanta Sports

Armenia 20:30

Setanta Sports

Central Asia: Tashkent (21:30), Astana (22:30)

Setanta Sports

Uzbekistan also on UzReport TV

Indian Subcontinent: Islamabad (21:30), Mumbai (22:00), Kathmandu (22:15), Dhaka (22:30)

Voot or MTV

India: also on Sports 18

(Monday, June 5)

Southeast Asia: Bangkok, Hanoi, Jakarta (23:30), Singapore, Manila (00:30)


Also on: Cambodia (CTN), Thailand (PPTV & LaLiga Pass), Vietnam (SCTV, VTVCab), Myanmar (Sky Net), Indonesia (LaLiga Pass)

China 00:30

LaLiga +

Hong Kong 00:30

VIU TV, beIN, Now Sports

Macau 00:30

TDM Sports Channel

Mongolia 00:30


Japan 01:30


South Korea 01:30


Sydney (02:30)

Optus Sport

New Zealand: Wellington (04:30)


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