Chelsea v AC Milan - How to watch Champions League clash on TV, live stream, kick off time

Chelsea previously played AC Milan in this competition back in 1999, with Dennis Wise scoring, leading to an iconic long-standing chant from Chelsea fans

Chelsea are set to welcome current Serie A champions AC Milan to Stamford Bridge in gameweek three of the Champions League.

The Blues will also welcome back academy graduate Fikayo Tomori, who permanently joined the Italian giants in 2021.

Both sides come into the game off of the back of away wins, with Chelsea beating LondonneighboursCrystal Palace and Milan beating Empoli 3-1.

This clash could also prove to be an audition for Portuguese winger, Rafael Leao, who is reportedly a Chelsea target.

When is Chelsea vs AC Milan?

Chelsea will be looking to get their first win in the Champions League this season on Wednesday October 5 at Stamford Bridge.

When does the game kick off?

The game will kick off at 8pm, with the game ending around 10pm.

Can I watch it on TV?

Yes. BT Sport has so far provided extensive coverage of a large majority of Champions League games and will be televising this game.

People can tune in to BT Sport 2 at 7pm when build up to the fixture begins.

How to sign up to BT Sport

Fans wishing to watch the game on BT Sport can purchase their monthly pass. The monthly Pass gets you a month of BT Sport, contract free. It’s only £25 per month and is a rolling contract with no up front fee required.

Another option is the ‘Big Sport package’. This package gives you access to all 11 Sky Sports channels, Eurosport one and two and of course all BT Sport channels. It costs £41.99 a month and is a 24-month contract.

And finally, the cheapest option is the simply named ‘Sport’ package. This costs £16 a month with £39.99 up front and is a 24-month contract. Included is All BT Sport channels plus BoxNation, a recordable TV box and instant access to the BT Sport app.

How to live stream

Fans wishing to watch the game can watch it on the BT Sport app. The app is accessible via console, phone, tablet, laptop and computer.

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