TOD, the premier sports and entertainment streaming platform for the Middle East and North Africa, is thrilled to announce an electrifying lineup of matches that will kick-off the 2023/24 season in style. With an unwavering commitment to delivering top-notch sporting experiences, TOD will exclusively stream every minute of the action.
The new season unfolds with 11 monumental matches streamed live in an unparalleled viewing experience, exclusively on TOD.
Friday, August 11th
This is the day the Premier League, LaLiga and Ligue 1 all return in earnest. The Premier League’s first match of the season will see Pep Guardiola’s Man City launch their Premier League title defence against Vincent Kompany's Burnley at the Etihad Stadium. Kick-off is 15.00 BST.
Spain’s LaLiga season opener on August 11th promises to be a thrilling clash between Sevilla, the country’s oldest football club v Valencia at. Kick-off is at 19:30 UTC at Sevilla’s expansive Estadio Ramón Sanchez Pizjuán.
Ligue 1 fans will be glued to the much-anticipated season opener as Lille travel to the Allianz Riviera to confront arch-rivals Nice. Kick off at 20.00 UTC.
Saturday, August 12th:
Premier League action switches to St. James Park as Saudi Arabian-owned Newcastle United take on Birmingham hopefuls Aston Villa. Kick-off 5.30 BST.
Over in Spain it’s the turn of Athletico Bilbao to prove their LaLigue credentials as they come up against the legendary Real Madrid at 19.30 UTC while in France, Lorient go head-to-head with Qatar-owned PSG at Parc des Princes at 19.00 UTC.
Munich is the setting for the DPL Supercup clash in the Allianz Arena between the Bundesliga Champion FC Bayern München and the current DFB-Pokal winners RB Leipzig. The match will kick off at 20:45 p.m. CEST.
Sunday, August 13:
Two of the Premier League and England’s biggest clubs face off at Stamford Bridge when Chelsea play Liverpool. Both squads are full to the brim with quality and world-class players, and it promises to be an enthralling match with a 4.30 BST kick-off.
Getafe will challenge the might of Barcelona in the LaLigua at Coliseum Alfonso Pérez stadium, Getafe city with kick-off at 19.30 UTC.
Monday, August 14:
Manchester United host Wolverhampton at Old Trafford for the Premier League clash at 19:00 UTC while second ranked Atletico Madrid meets ninth ranked Granada at the Spanish capital’s Cívitas Metropolitano stadium for what is expected to be a hotly contested LaLiga match. Kick off at 19:30 UTC.
Wednesday, August 16:
UEFA Champions League winners Manchester City take on UEFA Europa League holders Sevilla in the traditional curtain-raiser to the new European season. The UEFA Super Cup will kick off at 21:00 CET at Athens’ Stadio Georgios Karaiskakis.
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