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DAZN will stream 727 events during the biggest week of sport on the platform this year to date.

DAZN reaches another milestone for 2020, streaming 727 events in nine countries in seven days. From Monday 19 October to Sunday 25 October, fans will enjoy a packed soccer schedule including the world’s biggest competitions – UEFA Champions League, UEFA Europa League, Premier League, LaLiga, Serie A and MLS – alongside NFL, NPB, Moto GP, and boxing.

The week started with Manchester United defeating PSG to kick off the UEFA Champions League proper on DAZN in Germany, Austria and Canada. Reigning Premier League champions, Liverpool, also took on Ajax, in the first round of the competition.

Meanwhile, NFL fans in Canada and Germany watched the Arizona Cardinals deliver a resounding win over the Dallas Cowboys – with plenty more live NFL action to follow this Sunday.

Boxing fans can look forward to Matchroom Boxing’s triple-header live from Mexico tonight with the main card Estrada vs. Cuadras available on DAZN in all nine markets.

Super soccer Saturday kicks off with Tokyo facing Yokohama F. Marinos in the J.League in Japan, building up to another memorable ‘El Clasico’ as Barcelona play Real Madrid in the historic LaLiga fixture across Germany, Austria, Italy and Japan.

Soccer fans in Canada can watch Manchester United in action again on Saturday against Chelsea, as they battle for places at the top of the Premier League, while Serie A continues in Italy, with Lazio vs. Bologna.

The weekend action culminates with the Teruel Moto GP and Giro D’Italia coverage in Spain – to round off this bumper week of sport on DAZN.

DAZN’s live and on-demand sports streaming service connects fans to the competitions they love in nine countries – Austria, Brazil, Canada, Germany, Italy, Japan, Spain, Switzerland and the U.S. – across four continents.