Europe’s premier competition is known the world over for the quality it delivers, although this article is specifically geared towards letting readers know where Wednesday’s action between these two teams can be caught for prospective viewers in the US, UK, and Canada.
It is a game of enormous significance for the home side as anything but a win would mean elimination from the competition.
Ajax are in a precarious position in Group A with just a solitary win from their four games.
Meanwhile, the Reds are all but through the group and are seemingly coasting in Europe after a horror showing at Napoli on match day one.
Avoiding a defeat would mean a knockout berth for Jürgen Klopp’s men, who have accrued 9 points so far.
Make no mistake though, as Liverpool will look to get back to winning ways after their domestic struggles.
Given what’s at stake, this encounter of two teams with enormous European pedigree sure sounds like having all the ingredients to make for a riveting match-up for neutrals as well as the partisan fans of either club.
Catch all the action from the Johan Cruyff Arena at respective broadcasters of the Champions League for the following countries.
The US has massive football fanhood, or better put, soccer fanhood.
Unsurprisingly, there are quite a few different ways to stream the action.
Champions League games are available over the Paramount and CBS network in the US.
For Spanish-speaking fans, the action is available in their language over the ViX network.
This game is set to be available on Paramount+, a subscription for which begins with a free trial, and costs US$4.99 a month for the Essential plan.
The Essential plan encapsulates all of the Champions League action and doesn’t include domestic competitions.
ViX+ subscribers can catch the action in Spanish.
Streaming in Spanish should also be available on the TUDN App and TUDN.com, which form a part of the ViX network.
UEFA Champions League broadcast rights in Canada are held exclusively by DAZN.
This match is available to be streamed by the DAZN apps made for all platforms including Smart TV and mobile devices.
Subscription to their streaming service is available at CAD $25.
Ajax v Liverpool will kick off at 3 pm ET, which equates to 2 pm Central Time, 1 pm Mountain Time, and 12 pm Pacific Time according to time zones across the continent.
BT Sport has the right to air Champions League ties in the UK.
Their Sport bundle should suffice if you want to catch this game and is available for £16 a month that includes most Champions League ties.
Streaming is available on BTSport.com and the BT Sport App.
BT Sport 2 is the channel on which this game in particular is set to air.
The action from Amsterdam kicks off at 8 pm BST.
If the return fixture at Anfield is anything to go by, this match should thrill and entertain in equal measure, pitting two teams that operate not too far from the Dutch principle of ‘Total Football’ against each other.